OverviewV-Play 2 Support (Qt 5)QTD on "Leaderboard info OK" › Reply To: QTD on "Leaderboard info OK"

OverviewV-Play 2 Support (Qt 5)QTD on "Leaderboard info OK" › Reply To: QTD on "Leaderboard info OK"


Thanks you’re right – I’m missing that target condition.


I think I inherited this oversimplification from Multi-Level-Multi-Scene demo 😀


  // menu scene
  MenuScene {
    id: menuScene
    // listen to the button signals of the scene and change the state according to it
    onSelectLevelPressed: gameWindow.state = "selectLevel"
    onCreditsPressed: gameWindow.state = "credits"
    // the menu scene is our start scene, so if back is pressed there we ask the user if he wants to quit the application
    onBackButtonPressed: {
      nativeUtils.displayMessageBox("Really quit the game?", "", 2);
    // listen to the return value of the MessageBox
    Connections {
      target: nativeUtils
      onMessageBoxFinished: {



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