@dobbel, @beets Thank you for your replies. In my case
is the solution.
Found the same statement: Do not use it.
I will be looking into this over the weekend.
yes, when using the app extension, it hooks into the run-time build cycle provided by Quasar to inject things into the build, so you don’t have to do it manually.
Also, you need the @quasar/qmediaplayer because it is an “official” app extension and falls under the NPM @quasar domain.
Problem was solved with upgrade to quasar v1.5.0
Thanks for your reply.
After some trial and error I have to add use-input, fill-input, hide-selected to make it work like expected.
@Hawkeye64 : Great job, works fine again.
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@SB my hguess is you’ll have to deepcopy the table data and thats the one you use for your apollo, re assigned that copy to the model that you gave to your q-table when it changes maybe with a watcher or computed props.