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Hi Chrisu,

the correct way of using clip in this case would be applying it to the Item, unfortunately this is not fully supported at the moment.

A workaround that comes to my mind would be this:

    Item {
      id: item
      property int rows : 1
      property int cols : 1
      property string imgSource
      property double tileWidth: width/cols
      property double tileHeight: height/rows

      Repeater {

        id: repeater
        model: item.rows * item.cols

        Image {
          property int col: index % item.cols
          property int row: Math.floor(index / item.cols)
          x: item.tileWidth * col
          y: item.tileHeight * row
          width: item.tileWidth//col < repeater.cols - 1 ? item.tileWidth : (item.width % item.tileWidth)
          height: item.tileHeight//row < repeater.rows - 1 ? item.tileHeight : (item.height % item.tileHeight)
          source: item.imgSource
          z: -1

This is of course not fully flexible, as you will have to determine the number of rows and cols yourself, and maybe it will stretch/collapse your tiles. But if this is no problem, maybe it’s good enough for your use case?



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