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i have some fundamental understanding question:
Assume i create a Lineargradient this way (not even sure this is correct)
QLinearGradient myIRGrad; myIRGrad.setStart(0, 0); myIRGrad.setFinalStop(0, 1); myIRGrad.setSpread(QLinearGradient::PadSpread); myIRGrad.setColorAt(0, Qt::red); myIRGrad.setColorAt(0.5, Qt::yellow); myIRGrad.setColorAt(0.9, Qt::white);
How i can get the interpolated color back at point, let say 0.333 ?
The great qt docs are rather poor here or i search not smart enough.
I expcted something like this:
qDebug() << myIRGrad.ColorAt(0.333);
but this does not work of course.
I think i 'm on a total wrong way and need soemthing like QColormap or similar
Any help highly welcome, thank you