Thank you for your answer.
You need to change your documentation : http://plugins.v-play.net/doc/plugin-installation/ as there is no link to download the VPlay. I’m using the Qt Enterprise Installer and I followed this doc. It may be enough as I use only the facebook plugin. You could provide VPlay as a standalone (we don’t need to reinstall qt if we have already it)
So I downloaded the Vplay from here : https://v-play.net/download/ and added manually the repository https://sdk.v-play.net/plugins/windows.
Next, I checked only the “Qt Ming32” part and the facebook plugin. At the end of the installation, there is still no vplay folder in ming32 qml folder.
Ok, it’s not https://sdk.v-play.net/plugins/windows as said the plugin-doc but https://sdk.v-play.net/2/windows with username and password as said in vplay-installation doc.
It’s very misleading.
The vplay folder is present now.