This might seem obvious to everyone, but having been on a Mac for most of the last 5 years, and having no experience with Qt, or v-play, I had to actually goto this page:
The reason I had to go here was that “v-play” didn’t launch after install, which is what I’ve come to expect when installing software. The other thing… it’s not installed in my app folder. I had to do a search for it, only to find the folder, and the confusingly named stuff inside it, through a Finder search.
On the above linked page it’s not obvious WHAT I should open. You don’t start with “Open Qt Creator…” or “Launch Qt Creator…” and it’s not obvious to me that I should be creating v-play stuff (so heavily branded into my consciousness because of the install process) with something that isn’t called “v-play IDE!”.
It’s just a personal opinion, but I think you should be loud about the fact that this is an SDK, that you edit and create stuff in Qt Creator, because I was really looking for the v-play IDE. Maybe it’s just me.