Obsolete QML Types
The following QML types are now obsolete. Obsolete types are no longer maintained. They are provided to keep old source code working, but they can be removed in a future release. We strongly advise against using these classes in new code.
The following QML types contain one or more properties or methods that are now obsolete. Obsolete members are no longer maintained. They are provided to keep old source code working, but they can be removed in a future release. We strongly advise against using these obsolete members in new code. Click on a type to see its deprecated members.
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