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    @JonB Thats fine, at least I don't have to unpolish first.
    Although I still think there is a bug because you don't have to polish the QComboBox's ItemView when it is not inside a QTabWidget or QStackedWidget.

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    @Chris-Kawa thanks 🙏

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    @Paul-Colby thanks this is really helpful

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    @SGaist Wow thank you very much!
    I fixed with pt.setClipPath(path2, Qt.ClipOperation.ReplaceClip)

    Some part of total code:

    progress_filled_width = self.value()/self.maximum()*self.width() pt.setClipPath(path2, Qt.ClipOperation.ReplaceClip) for i in range(100):
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    @jsulm Thank you very much !

    It's exactly what I needed.

    In the top !

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    @Ketan__Patel__0011 said in QTabWidget style the top buttons...:

    @Dariusz said in QTabWidget style the top buttons...:

    FUSION

    If you want to set "FUSION" Style for your application

    add this line in your main function

    qApp->setStyle(QStyleFactory::create("Fusion"));

    Hey
    Yeah that's the style im using. I'm trying to reproduce in css the button style now with black outline, then the white "ping" of border and gradient background.

    Are there any more style presets I can download? I know there is also windows/windowvista ones but... more ?
    There seem to be a large preset/plugin system build for styles but I dont see any on web available for use... mhmm ?

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    Thanks @Bonnie, You are AWESOME!

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    @A-A-SEZEN said in QTableWidget's width behaves strangely when applying any CSS:

    Check QTableWidget font, before css and after.

    Just changed the font to Consolas.
    Anyways, adding

    ui->tableWidget_memory->horizontalHeader()->resizeSections(QHeaderView::ResizeMode::ResizeToContents);

    to my code solved this problem.

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    @define-qt
    You can be more specific using the name of object as identifier in style sheet sintaxe

    QLineEdit#ObjectName { border:0; }
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    @eDeviser said in Customizing QMainWindow by style sheet:

    Yes, this helps!

    I see the QMainWindow holds a QWidget which is set as cetralWidget. So It would be necessary to set the QMainWindow as centralWidget or to apply my css for the QWidget.

    0_1501135343432_3169fb05-5a7c-4700-9cd0-ae074842feab-image.png

    Thank you for this hint.

    You have to apply your css in your qwidget !

    Your css should be :

    centralWidget {
    background: yellow;
    width: 10px; /* when vertical /
    height: 10px; / when horizontal */
    }

    centralWidget:hover {
    background: red;
    }

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    @Swapnil_Shelke
    To create those kind of buttons you need more than CSS.
    You must go into button's paintEvent and then draw what you need (there are 3 simultaneous animation BTW) :

    #include <QtCore/qvariantanimation.h> #include <QtCore/qvariant.h> #include <QtWidgets/qabstractbutton.h> #include <QtWidgets/qapplication.h> #include <QtWidgets/qlayout.h> class Animation : public QVariantAnimation { Q_OBJECT public: Animation(QObject *parent = 0) :QVariantAnimation(parent) { setTargetWidget(qobject_cast<QWidget*>(parent)); setAutoUpdateEnable(true); } void setAutoUpdateEnable(bool a) { if (targetWidget()) { a ? QObject::connect(this, SIGNAL(valueChanged(QVariant)), targetWidget(), SLOT(update())) : QObject::disconnect(this, SIGNAL(valueChanged(QVariant)), targetWidget(), SLOT(update())); } } QWidget *targetWidget() const { return _target; } void setTargetWidget(QWidget *w) { _target = w; } QVariant value() const { return _value; } void setValue(const QVariant &variant) { if (_value == variant) return; _value = variant; } protected: void updateCurrentValue(const QVariant &value) override { setValue(value); } private: QVariant _value; QWidget *_target = nullptr; }; class SampleButton :public QAbstractButton { public: struct ButtonStyle { qreal border_radius = 4.0; QColor background_color = QColor("#f4511e"); QColor text_color = QColor("#ffffff"); int font_size = 28; QString font_family = "Arial"; int width = 200; int padding = 20; qreal hover_padding = 25; int duration = 600; QIcon icon = QIcon("next.png"); // http://www.flaticon.com/free-icon/double-angle-pointing-to-right_25358 @16x16 qreal pixmap_padding = 20; }; SampleButton(const QString &text, QWidget *parent = 0) :QAbstractButton(parent), _textEff(new Animation(this)), _pixmapEff0(new Animation(this)), _pixmapEff1(new Animation(this)) { setFont(QFont(_st.font_family, _st.font_size)); setText(text); } QSize sizeHint() const override { return QSize(_st.width, _st.padding + fontMetrics().height() + _st.padding); } protected: void paintEvent(QPaintEvent *) override { QPainter p(this); // draw background p.setPen(Qt::NoPen); p.setBrush(_st.background_color); p.setRenderHint(QPainter::Antialiasing, true); p.drawRoundedRect(rect(), _st.border_radius, _st.border_radius); p.setRenderHint(QPainter::Antialiasing, false); // draw text if (!text().isEmpty()) { p.setFont(font()); p.setPen(_st.text_color); p.setRenderHint(QPainter::TextAntialiasing, true); p.drawText(QRectF(rect().x() - _textEff->value().toReal(), rect().y(), rect().width(), rect().height()), Qt::AlignCenter, text()); p.setRenderHint(QPainter::TextAntialiasing, false); } // draw icon if (!_st.icon.isNull()) { p.setRenderHint(QPainter::SmoothPixmapTransform, true); auto s = _st.icon.availableSizes().at(0); p.setOpacity(_pixmapEff0->value().toReal()); p.drawPixmap(QPointF(rect().right() - (_st.pixmap_padding * 2) - _pixmapEff1->value().toReal(), rect().center().y() - s.width() / 4), _st.icon.pixmap(s)); } } void enterEvent(QEvent *e) { _textEff->setStartValue(0.0); _textEff->setEndValue(_st.hover_padding); _textEff->setDuration(_st.duration); _textEff->setEasingCurve(QEasingCurve::OutCubic); _textEff->start(); _pixmapEff0->setStartValue(0.0); _pixmapEff0->setEndValue(1.0); _pixmapEff0->setDuration(_st.duration); _pixmapEff0->setEasingCurve(_textEff->easingCurve()); _pixmapEff0->start(); _pixmapEff1->setStartValue(0.0); _pixmapEff1->setEndValue(_st.pixmap_padding); _pixmapEff1->setDuration(_st.duration); _pixmapEff1->setEasingCurve(_textEff->easingCurve()); _pixmapEff1->start(); QWidget::enterEvent(e); } void leaveEvent(QEvent *e) { _textEff->setStartValue(_st.hover_padding); _textEff->setEndValue(0.0); _textEff->setDuration(_st.duration); _textEff->start(); _pixmapEff0->setStartValue(1.0); _pixmapEff0->setEndValue(0.0); _pixmapEff0->setDuration(_st.duration); _pixmapEff0->start(); _pixmapEff1->setStartValue(_st.pixmap_padding); _pixmapEff1->setEndValue(0.0); _pixmapEff1->setDuration(_st.duration); _pixmapEff1->setEasingCurve(_textEff->easingCurve()); _pixmapEff1->start(); QWidget::leaveEvent(e); } private: ButtonStyle _st; Animation *_textEff = nullptr; Animation *_pixmapEff0 = nullptr; Animation *_pixmapEff1 = nullptr; }; int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { QApplication app(argc, argv); QWidget *dialog = new QWidget; dialog->setWindowFlags(Qt::FramelessWindowHint); QHBoxLayout _Layout; dialog->setLayout(&_Layout); SampleButton *sb = new SampleButton("Hover"); _Layout.addWidget(sb); dialog->show(); return app.exec(); } #include "main.moc"

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    You can define an accessibleName for your objects and distribute different StyleSheets.
    either via the designer or QWidget::setAccessibleName(const QString &name);

    e.g.

    QPushButton{ background-color: blue; } QPushButton[accessibleName="SpecialButton1"] { background-color: red; }
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    @Romain-C
    Well it still confused me sometimes :)

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    @VRonin

    With the provided code the whole dropdown list will be invisible. Do you know how to keep the items unaffected?

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    @Devopia53
    Excellent answer :)

    Not recommended...

    Yeah know it and i make these files local in my project (not include from <private/qcssparser_p.h>):
    qcssscanner.cpp
    qcssparser_p.h
    qcssparser.cpp

    Thank you

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    @raven-worx
    Oh..
    Sorry i think that was qt-bug (getter return invalid) but now it's work

    For last question !
    Could i use qcssparser_p.h for retrieving values for my purpose ? (i'm a lover of parsing :) )
    Thanks.