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    Hi Felgo,

    Since the change to use Felgo kits, which of course is understandable and probably makes your life easier, I think some side effects were introduced.
    Before those Felgo kits I was able, under “Welcome” -> “Examples” from left menu in QtCreator, see other examples than Felgo apps.
    Did Qt remove those examples or they were removed because of new Felgo kits?
    Is there a way I can bring them back?
    Of course I can start normal version of QtCreator but would be nice to have everything in one place.


    Felgo Team

    Hi Marcin,

    Qt examples are not shipped with the Felgo installation by default as they add a lot of download overhead and most of them are not optimized for mobile targets anyways. They are however still included in a stock Qt installation, if you want them in your Felgo installation you can add the online repository URL in Maintenance Tool and install the appropriate Qt version in parallel (for macOS this would be .e.g.).

    Please be aware that this is however nothing we usually recommend (i.e. it can break Qt Creator support with new releases), so let’s see that as a tip for a power user like you are. 😉


    Alex from Felgo



    Hi Alex,
    Ah yes, makes sense. I also observed that many examples are not really prepared for mobile. Of course they worked but it doesn’t mean it’s a good showcase for mobile.
    I am not sure if will use your suggestion, will see where is less work/risk: use another version of QtCreator or include extra repository.

    > so let’s see that as a tip for a power user like you are
    I see some PR work here 🙂

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