[PyKDE] eric3 snapshot doesn't pick up qt's UI
apaku at gmx.de
Tue Jan 3 12:32:02 GMT 2006
On 03.01.06 11:04:20, Detlev Offenbach wrote:
> Am Montag, 2. Januar 2006 13:46 schrieb Andreas Pakulat:
> > Hi,
> > I now tried everything that came to my mind, but eric3 doesn't use Qt's
> > UI. Running qtconfig it looks the same as my KDE apps but eric3 looks
> > like a GTK app.
> > The KdeQt/__init__.py ist executed and no Exception is raised there.
> > Andreas
> eric3 doesn't use GTK stuff,
I know, I just wanted to tell how it looks without making a screen shot.
> The KDE look (KDE dialogs) is activated, if PyKDE is available.
It is available, and I added some print statements in the __init__.py in
KdeQt so I am pretty sure that KdeQt is used.
> If not, it defaults to the Qt dialogs. What style is it using? What is
> the deafult style selected in qtconfig?
qtconfig is set to unknown when started, but I can switch to my kde
style "lipstick". Also qtconfig looks like any other KDE app I have,
i.e. it uses the lipstick style.
Ah, now I got it: PyQt seems to be at fault here. It's examples are
also ugly. It's using the Windows style I think - at least it looks
pretty much like that.
This is PyQt 3.15 in Python 2.3, latest snapshot just finished and it's
the same there.
> If you are using Red Hat or
> Fedore it could be possible, that their style (can't remember the
> name), that makes Qt (KD) and GTK apps lookalike is used.
I have Debian sid here.
PS: latest sip-snapshot indeed fixes eric3 with PyQt snapshot and Python
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