Microsoft Fluent Design System: How close can we get to match it?
I assume that we've all seen Microsoft's new UI for Windows 10 coming out in the Fall. If you haven't, take a look at this: http://fluent.microsoft.com/
Some apps for Windows 10 have already picked up the Fluent Design updates (calculator mostly). So, how close can we get to duplicating the Fluent Design in our Qt GUI apps? It doesn't matter Qt was designed to do. It matters what it can do. Let's get creative.
That's rather a question you should ask to the interest mailing list. You'll find there Qt's developers/maintainers. This forum is more user oriented.
My intention was not to submit this as a design request. My intention was to see how close us, as users, could come to the Fluent Design with the tools that we already have. I have been working on a stylesheet modification, but I wanted to see how others would approach this design problem. Maybe there's some graphical modifications in the code that I haven't picked up on yet.
Not even aware of "Fluent Design" tech/product name is until seeing your post... still not really knowing.
What I can gather it's a Microsoft heavy gloss marketing attempt at 3d interface / Ui?
Have you seen: