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    In a Scene, we are using a Flickable that is displaying a Colum with TextViews (TextViews are in Repeater).

    The TextViews display data that is read from the settings when the Flickable is first created.


    WIthin that Scene, the users actions can cause a change in the values stored in the settings. In that case, I want to refresh the repeater as well, how is that possible?


    Felgo Team


    could you post the relevant source code please?

    Cheers, Chris



    Whenever I say player.loadHighscore() i access the settings.


    import VPlay 1.0
    import QtQuick 1.1
    Scene {
      Flickable {
        id: flickable
        x: -200
        y: 20
        width: parent.width / 2
        height: parent.height
        contentWidth: column.width
        contentHeight: column.height
        flickableDirection: Flickable.VerticalFlick
        // The duration of the slide animation for this button
        property int slideDuration: 800
        Column {
          id: column
          spacing: 5
          anchors.centerIn: parent
          Repeater {
            id: repeater
            model: window.numberoflevels
            MenuButton {
              text: getHighScoreText(modelData + 1);
              source: "img/cloud.png"
                      textSize: 10
              fontBold: true
        Behavior on x {
          SmoothedAnimation { duration: 800; easing.type: Easing.InOutQuad }
        function slideIn() {
          x = parent.width - flickable.width
        function slideOut() {
          x = -200
      function getHighScoreText(modelData) {
        return "Level " + (modelData) + " – Score:" + " " + player.loadHighScore("0"+(modelData));
        //+ “, Remaining Arrows: ” + player.loadRemArrows(“0″+(modelData));
      function update() {
        for(var i = 0; i < window.numberoflevels; i++) {
          repeater.childAt(i).text = getHighScoreText(i+1);
      // an so on…



    Felgo Team


    instead of modifying the modelData property, which is read-only I think, you could change your code so it works correctly with the Repeater element. As the doc of Repeater element is saying, you could change your model to an array of strings or integer values, to something like [“123”, “456”, “789”] where each of the elments holds the scores for a level.

    Note: please use the Code button, so the code is easier to read and correctly formatted with indentation.

    Cheers, Chris



    Thank you for your response, I will try that.

    PS: I am always using the “Code” button, and then I strg+v my code. Unfortunately it doesnt seem to work or I dont see what I am doing wrong 🙂

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