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SVG: Fill color and mouseover
qtacc32 last edited by
I would like to have SVG icons in my application so they look nice when scaled on higher DPI. Also I want to support custom themes without the need to create the icons in different colors.
So I was trying around with QSvgWidget.
I would change the fill color by loading the widget from a QByteArray and doing a replace("fill:#000000", "fill:#FF0000"); on it first for example.
For a hover effect, I would create two widgets in different colors and then replace them if events occur.
But I wonder if there isn't an easier way to do all this?
I was not able to get a onmouseover="setAttribute('fill'..." working with a QSvgWidget, so I think it's not supported.
I'm happy about any idea!
Thank you very much!
Albert P last edited by
As far as i know there is no better way than to parse and handle
the svg yourself. maybe parse once, create hover pixmap version and use that.