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Cloning a QDeclarativeItem (preserving bindings of original)

  • Hello all,

    is there any possibility to create a "clone" from a given QDeclarativeItem that does not lose its bindings?

    What I want to do is the following:
    I have an application with lots of components on different tabs and want the user to select specific components to be opened as a copy in another window (i.e. another QGraphicsView with a new Scene but in the same engine and context) and therefor I would have to keep the bindings to certain context properties of the original object intact for the new one to work as expected.
    But after doing quite some research I did not find a solution for this, as it seems (at least to me) that everything on the C++ side is quite limited (see QDeclarativeProperty).

    Any suggestions?


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