Sure thing. I would share the code on codepen or codesandbox if I knew how to set up the whole quasar framework there but let me share with you what I have.
You can collapse the data section.
First npm install or yarn add vue-country-flag, it’s imported in the component below. Copy Paste and you’re good to go.
I just encountered the same problem as you, but I solved it.
Hope it can help you. just find “src-electron/main-process/electron-main.js”, After initial window options, we got “mainWindow” object like “BrowserWindow” , then you can use “mainWindow.setMenuBarVisibility(false)” to hide the top menuBar
@keechan We are using electron v11 at Coloban, no problems noticed 🙂
You can try this command below?
npm i electron@latest
** I would suggest to do a backup for the project folder just in case;
** Pay attention to the packager you use (electron-builder or electron-packager) if it is working fine with the latest version of electron.
@ballma thanks for calling attention to this. Setting vueRouterMode: 'history', in my quasar.conf.js cleared things right up. This was a quasar create project and maybe the install script could give you the history option as does vue create. In any event: happiness in Mudville.