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I'm currently trying to write a custom style by subclassing QProxyStyle.
What i want to achieve now is to animate the color changes to buttons when they are hovered, as it is done in QWindowsVistaStyle, for example.
Is there a good way to do this with QStyle?
Hi and welcome to the forums
Well it's possible but I think subclassing a QPushButton and use a QPropertyAnimation might be easier.
Maybe you can use the QProxyStyle. never tried animation with it though.
So is the goal to have a 100% normal looking button with animated background color
or would a more custom looking one also do ?
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I'm sorry for the late reply;
No, the button needn't look normal because I already use a customized QStyle in my application. But the problem that comes with this is that I cannot use stylsheets with QPropertyAnimations for the animation like I'd normally do.