[PyQt] QtGui.QMotifStyle not in PyQt?
ulrich.berning at denviso.de
Wed Feb 13 12:53:20 GMT 2008
Igor Prischepoff wrote:
>I'm looking in styling my pyqt application.
>There is nice python "styles" example ported from C++.
>But it's not complete port because NorwegianWood style is missing.
>In original C++ demo this example shows one more custom style build by user.
>So I'm digging deeper and find that QMotifStyle on which this NorwegianWood
>is build is'n ported to python part.
> Is it done intentionally or it's just technologically hard to do? Or it's
>I'd like to build my own style for application.
>And second question: anyone of you guys use custom themes like NorwegianWood
>Do you build your own or just use embedded in Qt? (plastic, cde, etc..)
Why don't you use style sheets? With Qt4, most of the visual effects can
be customized with style sheets. There is no longer a need to create new
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