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Dark mode in standalone Qt Designer?
Hello, my first post ;)
I'm developing one GUI app (among others) in Python with PySide2 and my main editor is VSCode and I'd like to keep it this way - I'm using the standalone Qt Designer calling it from VSCode when necessary.
I see that the full Qt Creator has a way to select couple of different dark modes in its IDE settings, however I see no such possibility in the Qt Designer launched as standalone application.
I develop on Windows 10 by the way and setting its dark mode doesn't change how Qt Designer looks, it keeps its Windows Vista look :))).
Is there something that can be done, maybe a command line parameter?
There is atm no dark mode for Qt Designer or Qt Linguist.
@Christian-Ehrlicher Any plans for it?
@aorcl Don't know but don't think so.
@Christian-Ehrlicher It's a shame :) The designer integrated into Creator IDE uses its theme, so this can obviously be done without too much fuss.
The designer integrated into Creator IDE uses its theme
This is a completely different application and has nothing to do with Qt designer - I don't think that they're using the same codebase for the ui.
Feel free to provide a patch for Qt designer.