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[Solved] QML color as QString

  • Is it possible to set the colour of a rectangle with a QString?

    I pass the string from C++ and then I want to use it like this:
    Rectangle {
    id: prompt_rectangle
    color: inputText
    anchors.fill: parent

    The string has values like "#ff0000" How can I assign that to color?
    If possible, I do not want to use QColor.

  • you've tried and it didn't work?

  • I'm really sorry, I don't know what I did wrong before, but it seems to be working now.

  • I found out what my problem was. If the QString cannot be parsed as a color, "Unable to assign QString to QColor" is shown. But if the QString is correct, it works.

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