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  • #7878

    Adderly

    Hey Guys,

     

    I just recently was digging into the documentation, and i found for example JoystickControllerHUD that is supposedly to be available.

    But when i try to use it, i get JoystickControllerHUD is not a type.

    And even so inside of qtcreator, it looks like it has the definition of the type but when i try to run the program i get the error metioned before.

     

    :(

    #7901

    Adderly

    I think this is an issue with the last update (2.0.3), by reading the post where it says that component was released. Which means, that after i update to vplay 2.0.3 i should be able to get JoystickControllerHUD, i get that error.

    I’m running linux.

    #7904

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    I guess we just found an issue with our online updater, we’ll update our libraries and come back later to you today!

    Thanks,

    Alex

    #7905

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    it seems that you were still on 2.0.2 libraries, could you please open the MaintenanceTool and look for updates?

    Many thanks,

    Alex

    #7906

    Adderly

    Perfect, now i got the components! Yay! 😀

    Thanks.

    #7949

    Caeser

    Hey Alex, I can’t seem to use the Movement Animation Element, why is this?

    The element is underlined red with error: Unknown Component. (M300) when I scroll over it.

     

    Edit: It works when I run it regardless, but still shows as an error on the script.

     

     

    #7951

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    the MovementAnimation is a C++ component and not written in QML, thus we did not provide autocompletion support for it yet. If you run your project, it should work right?

    Cheers, Chris

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