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OverviewV-Play 1 SupportV-Play installation with already installed QtCreator on Ubuntu › Reply To: V-Play installation with already installed QtCreator on Ubuntu

OverviewV-Play 1 SupportV-Play installation with already installed QtCreator on Ubuntu › Reply To: V-Play installation with already installed QtCreator on Ubuntu
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babylongreece

Alex said:

No, you can choose the directory you want to install V-Play in, the V-Play installation will then be in parallel to your existing installation (if applicable, be sure to not check the “Remove old Qt Creator settings” checkbox during V-Play installation).

Cheers,

Alex

Spending my last two days fixing mess cause by V-Play.Alex say that if i install v-play,the installation will be parallel with my existing qt creator but after installing it mess up my old qt creator by nokia.After installing v-play,when i open my project with nokia (old) qt creator,symbian component is no longer available for import.When i try to import “com.nokia.symbian 1.1” it cannot be found anymore in qtsdk directory.Even when i open the same project with v-play qt creator,it is still the same.Already spending my last two to fix the issue and delete v-play and now still fixing it.Any users that still wish to use their nokia qt creator,do not use v-play as it will mess up later

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