Solved Can QApplication::style()->standardIcon(...) be used on a QML button? Do 2.0 buttons even support icons?
I use icons like
QApplication::style()->standardIcon(QStyle::SP_MediaSeekForward)in my Windgets application that I'm now porting to QML. Can I use these icons there as well? It sure saves me a lot of headache not having to bundle my own icons.
I could create a C++ icon provider class that would fetch the icon and return
QPixmap, but I don't see a way to assign it to a button.
In fact, with Qt Quick Controls 2.0 I don't see ANY way to assign an icon to a button. Is there 2.0 controls documentation? I can't find any, only 1.4 where you have
Thank you, that's great!
Buttondoesn't support icons anymore, and neither does any of its subclasses unless I missed something. Is there a button-like component that can have an icon?
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Buttondoesn't support icons anymore, and neither does any of its subclasses unless I missed something.
I'm afraid we are not going to rush with icon support for Qt Quick Controls 2 before Qt Quick's high-DPI icon support in general has been sorted out: https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-49820
Is there a button-like component that can have an icon?
For now, you can change the
Thank you very much!