There are only two caveats in this case. First, QML files that are to import anything from the library must first import 'MyLib 1.0' before importing anything else ('MyLib.Rectangle', 'MyLib.Circle', etc.). This is so that the plugin is loaded initially to populate the other imports. Secondly, this will produce the following message when the plugin is loaded:
Module 'MyLib' does not contain a module identifier directive - it cannot be protected from external registrations.
However in my case, this is not an issue and can be safely overlooked.
Also, just out of curiosity, in a more generic case (say, some arbitrary, non-grid arrangement), would my approach make sense? I suppose I could still use ListModel in this case, but the arrangement would have to be done manually, not with an existing view.
To do this I'd use a raw Item container with a Repeater and manual positioning in the delegates.
@GrecKo thanks for your comment. I've managed to create the window in which people would touch the video, but I'm not sure how to make the player. I've seen there is a library, Qt media, but I don't really know how to bind it with the other screen.
You have to enable Use QML emulation layer that is built with the selected Qt in the settings, since Qt Creator does ship with Canvas3D.
Note that Canvas3D is not officially supported in the designer, though.
@Kofr So is it that you want to access the roles (namely hue, saturation, brightness) values from outside of this ListView delegate ? If so then did you accessing ListVIew model from outside ? Once you get hold of it the data can be accessed too.
code above is just example, not my case. what I need is to get model.roleName of delegate j when I work in delegate i
Since those are the same patches you should only target one branch. If it's the wrong one, don't worry it will be changed for you.
In order to get them move forward, you should add reviewers that are concerned by your patches e.g. the module maintainers.
One probable remark you will have is that your patch modifies several unrelated stuff so you should split them in order to ensure atomic changes e.g. one disables the item view part, another one the shortcut etc.
@antemort You can put the 2 gauge images besides eachother inside a RowLayout and add it to the Image element which contains that background image. Advantage of layouts is that it automatically positions the items inside it when it resizes.
My app has even doubled its size after being approved by Apple! When it was in Test Flight beta testing, Test Flight was showing ~20 MB size, but now in App store it's 38 MB!
I uploaded it via Xcode, so I don't know the size of the uploaded archive.
Why did that happen?
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