Solved Can I create custom stylesheet pseudo-states?
In our application we have centralized the styling. Now I want to create a custom control, which will have some
Q_PROPERTYs and I would like to set a different styling for that control in the global stylesheet based on the value of some of these properties.
What comes to mind then, is to create custom pseudo-states for such properties and use these in the stylesheet. In particular I want to set colors and fonts in these pseudo-states. Does Qt5 support this?
You can read http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/stylesheet-examples.html#customizing-using-dynamic-properties will help.
@Devopia53 Thanx for the hint - I'm actually very aware of that mechanism, and we are already using it a lot. It serves a slightly different use case however. It could be used, but creating custom pseudo-states seems to fit better in the big picture within the application.
raven-worx Moderators last edited by
no this is not supported at all, unfortunately.
The only way is to set properties etc. and repolish the widget.
@raven-worx Oke, thanx for the clear answer