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QRC Plus plug-in can't packaging HTML5


My project can't packaging html5 with the QRC plus plug-in. -It had some warnings and can't run local through brower(eg. Firefox) after package it in html5. -I also have VaRest plugin in my project, but it works very well without add QRC plug-in (when I package it in html5).

here is the picture from log:alt text

It showed the QRC plus doesn't exist. I purchased from marketplace and install it from engine.

Another picture from firefox error:alt text

No sure about this issue. Anyone know how to fix?

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Feb 21 '19 at 10:09 PM in Packaging & Deployment

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avatar image nick.shin STAFF Mar 13 '19 at 08:19 PM

your first error (warning.png on mac build) seems to suggest the QRC Plus plugin source codes cannot be found.

it looks like your plugin is in:


but, it's looking for it in:


please double check QRCPlus.Build.cs to tell the build system to look for the source in the path above -- or ask the plugin maker for more information.

also, try packaging for your native platform first (i.e. mac/windows/etc.). once you have a working version there -- then try building for html5 afterwards.

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