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  • #8617

    Iyad

    Hi Guys

     

    just signed up for V-Play starter running on mac, I am having the following issues and was wondering if anyone can point me in the right direction to solve them.

    – When entering the license number, the watermark goes away, however the fading v-play logo still shows, and it is incredibly annoying.

    – When trying to enter the designer, I get a crash, i tried changing the GameWindow to Rectangle or something else but then the whole thing crashes.

     

    Also, when creating a license, is there a way to retrieve them at a later stage from the web? meaning is there a list that shows all the licenses that I created?

    Regarding the v-play plugins, the guide shows the option present when installing QT, however I couldn’t see this in my installation. any idea how to get them?

     

    Thanks

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    #8623

    Martin

    I can share my experience, which is:

     

    – Yep, the fading logo stays for me too. ¬† I figure: “what do you expect for free, anyhow: it’s not that hard to live with until you’re ready to pay” :)

    – I get a crash in the designer too, I reported it in a thread just before yours. ¬†Thankfully, the whole QML system is good enough that I haven’t really felt the need for the designer anyhow :)

    – I have successfully re-applied for the license for the same feature name – so that seems to work.

    – I haven’t tried plugins yet.

     

     

    #8625

    Iyad

    Thanks for the reply and feedback

     

    The fading logo shouldn’t appear even with a free account according to my understanding, however I am a paid customer so my license should allow me to remove the fading logo.

     

    Hopefully some core team member will shed some light on a solution.

     

    Cheers

    #8628

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Iyad,

    you are right – the fading logo shall not be displayed as you have purchased a license! Are you sure you did not have one in your project? The Empty V-Play Project for example has a fading icon in it to show how animating a property works.

    Also, did you generate the key for the correct identifier (you can find the app identifier in the config.json file)?

    @ Qt Creator’s UI Designer

    Please see this thread how to solve the issue.

    @ License Generation

    There is no list of previously generated licenses, but you can just re-generate a new license key for your app identifier, they are unlimited with your V-Play license.

    @ V-Play Plugins

    With the Starter license, you get access to the Facebook plugin. The other plugins are available for Indie,Studio & Enterprise licensees, and you can also test them out with the provided samples. You can find the installation instructions & all available plugins here: http://plugins.v-play.net/

    Cheers, Chris

    #8650

    Iyad

    Hi Chris

     

    Thanks for your response.

     

    I used the proper app identifier for the license generation, in fact when i change the identifier to another one whilst having a license key, it’s the only time when the fading logo disappears, replaced by an alert of course to notify me of the broken license. I also checked for any code relating to the logo but couldn’t find one, i usually remove all code in the main file as well.

     

    Thanks for your clarification on the other questions.

     

    Cheers

    #8654

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Iyad,

    can you please send your zipped project via download link or email to support@v-play.net?

    We’ll then have a look at it.

    Cheers, Chris

    #8773

    Iyad

    Hi Chris

    Sorry for the late reply.

    I have sent the project to that email.

    Thanks

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