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    Syed Ferhan

    Hi! I’m trying to integrate v-play into already installed Qt 5.8.0 on Ubuntu 15.10. The installation goes fine but when I start QtCreator I get a dialog saying “The following plugins have errors and cannot be loaded”-> ‘Felgo Getting Started’
    Could not resolve dependency ‘Core(4.3.0)’

    Could not resolve dependency ‘ProjectExplorer(4.3.0)’

    Could not resolve dependency ‘Help(4.3.0)’


    Felgo Team

    Hi Syed!

    The issue you are seeing at the moment refers to our custom Qt Creator Getting Started plugin, which is built for Qt Creator 4.3.0 and thus does not work with other versions of Qt Creator.

    Felgo currently uses Qt 5.9 and Qt Creator 4.3.0, so we generally recommend to use these versions to avoid possible compatibility issues. However, if you need to use Qt 5.8 for some reason, you can still do so – there’s no guarantee from our side though that everything will work without issues on every Qt version.

    It is also possible to install Felgo in addition to your existing Qt installation to always have the right configuration for Felgo.

    Regarding the Qt Creator plugin, you can either use Qt Creator 4.3.0 or deactivate the plugin to avoid the error message at startup. For logging into the Felgo account without the plugin, I sent the required license files for you account and some instructions via email.

    Hope this helps!






    Marc Ghanime


    I am getting this same issue with Qt creator 4.9.0, i would really appreciate it if you could help me to deactivate the plugin and to login with my account without the plugin



    Felgo Team

    Hi Marc,

    if you are already logged-in and have Felgo running e.g. in a previous installation:

    You can copy the two files felgo_license.config and felgo_license.key from the <FelgoSDK>/Felgo folder to your new installation. Usually these two files are fetched and added after you successfully log in with the Felgo Plugin in Qt Creator, but you can also add them manually.

    Qt Creator also has the option to deactivate plugins, which you can use to deactivate incompatible Felgo Plugins if you are using an unsupported Qt Creator version.


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