OverviewV-Play 1 SupportQML properties? › Re: QML properties?

OverviewV-Play 1 SupportQML properties? › Re: QML properties?

V-Play Team

Yes this is expected behavior. You can compare a QML file like a class definition, and once you call Qt.createObject() or createEntity() or whenever you put this QML component as a child to some other QML file, an instance, of this class / qml definition is created. And each of these instances holds an own JavaScript context. So put your gamelogic component only once in a top-level item, like in the Level.qml file or in the GameScene.qml file. This is also how it is done in the tutorial link above.

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