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Combo boxes - dynamic font color change
rastaqki last edited by
I'm new to Qt, but I know C++ pretty well. I was searching about my problem and know that there is a couple ways of doing that (custom model, custom delegate, stylesheets).
Details about my goal:
- several combo boxes (up to 4) with the same items (serial ports names)
- no filtering (any port can be set on any combo box)
- only indication that we chose the same ports in 2 or more boxes
- indication as red, bolded ports names in combo boxes (both selected and on expanded list)
- slot that checks current indexes and sets desired formatting
I need the simplest way of doing that. I'm trying but as I said I'm new and got mixed up a lot now. Can't manage to write working code using methods mentioned above. I really don't care if it's single items or model/view I just need to achieve my goal.
P.S. Sorry for my english, it's not my native language.
You could use a delegate to control this but it can be even easier if you have a custom combo box you can just set the foreground role to the color/boldness you want. Here is a quick color example:
int main(int argc, char *argv)
QApplication app(argc, argv);
QComboBox box; box.addItems(QStringList() << "Red Text" << "Blue Text" << "Green Text"); box.setItemData(0, QBrush(QColor(Qt::red)), Qt::ForegroundRole); box.setItemData(1, QBrush(QColor(Qt::blue)), Qt::ForegroundRole); box.setItemData(2, QBrush(QColor(Qt::green)), Qt::ForegroundRole); box.show(); return app.exec();
You can set all kinds of roles to whatever you want, check the Qt docs for role information.