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    Perfect. Thank you very much. It works perfect.

    So that other people, if they have the same problem here have the solution. It's very simple and I did not fall for something so simple. In the properties where I assign the texts and icons we call a method that modifies the margins. Only that.

    For example:

    #import PyQt5 or PySide (To the taste of the client) class Test(QDialog): def __init__(self, parent: QDialog = None): super().__init__(parent) self.__row_Text = None @property def row_Text(self) -> str: return self.__row_Text @row_Text.setter def row_Text(self, value: str): self.__row_Text = value self.updateFancyBackground() self.repaint() def updateFancyBackground(self): # I liked the name Fancy Background if self.__row_Text is not None: margins = self.layout().contentsMargins() margins.setTop(24) self.layout().setContentsMargins(margins) def paintEvent(self, event: QPaintEvent): # Your code for height = 24 pass

    Many thanks to "SGaist" and "mrjj", for giving me the idea to solve it.

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    Did you try doing it outside of the QToolBar?

    QWidget* spinWidget = new QWidget; QHBoxLayout* spinLay = new QHBoxLayout(spinWidget); spinLay.addWidget(new QSpinBox(spinWidget)); spinLay.setContentsMargins(0,0,10,0); // Here you set the spacing QToolBar* toolbarDocument = new QToolBar; toolbarDocument->addWidget(spinWidget ); toolbarDocument->addWidget(new QComboBox); addToolBar(toolbarDocument);