[PyQt] qtrc? other options?
kreno at yumaed.org
Fri Mar 23 21:27:27 GMT 2007
Matt Newell wrote:
> On Friday 23 March 2007 08:45, Kerri Reno wrote:
>> I'm trying to set up my application to run on the server with a very
>> thin client. I want only my window to show, not a wrapping window.
>> I've been trying to make this work with NX from www.nomachine.com. It
>> does run my application, without a surrounding window, but where it's
>> getting the theme or style from, I don't know. It's rather ugly. (I've
>> got my application set to the 'cleanlooks' style, but there's no place I
>> can see to change the colors. It comes up medium gray with highlighting
>> in dark blue). I tried setting up a qtrc file, then I found that QT4
>> doesn't use qtrc. I can get a nice looking theme/style, but I have to
>> have a window manager running, which sets up either a desktop or
>> surrounding window.
>> Does anyone have any experience with this, and can point me in the right
> Try calling QApplication.setPalette(...) with a palette of your choosing.
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Thanks so much! That works great, except for the window border, which
is still grey. I know that comes from the os, so if anyone has any
ideas how to change the window border in linux without a window manager,
I'd appreciate the info. I can live with it, but would rather change it.
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