OverviewV-Play 1 SupportTriggeredOnStart question › Reply To: TriggeredOnStart question

OverviewV-Play 1 SupportTriggeredOnStart question › Reply To: TriggeredOnStart question


Here it is:

Image {
    id: cloudsWHITE
    x: 37
    y: -59
    width: 396
    height: 429
    source: "../../Desktop/vplayPapi/clouds.png"
    MovementAnimation {
      id: movClouds
      target: parent
      property: "pos"
      running: false
      velocity: Qt.point(0, 60)
  Timer {
    id: timerCloud
    running: true
    repeat: true
    onTriggered: {
      cloudsWHITE.y = -549;
      interval = 5000
      if(movClouds.running === false){
        interval = 14000;
        movClouds.running = true
        interval = 1;
        movClouds.running = false;


In this code I repeat the image movement from the top of the window to the bottom.

To have fluent movement (moving background) I wanted to add the same image in the second timer that would start after (14/2=)7 seconds
(the first image needs 14 sec to pass all window). So I set the interval = 7 s. But the timers start working at the same time.
I don’t know if there is any esier way to create moving background, so that’s what I did.

Hopefully it is somehow clear what I wrote 😉

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