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How to stop an icon from getting stretched?
I'd like my icon (borrowed from Qt Creator) to be thin, not the standard 16x16 size. Is there any way to stop it from getting stretched?
setIconSize()on your QComboBox should constrain it to the size you set as the maximum.
That's weird... says right there that smaller icons are not to be scaled up:
This size is the maximum size that icons can have; icons of smaller size are not scaled up.
Yet mine is!
I'm adding the icon to a QLineEdit by the way, not to the QComboBox.
The idea didn't work unfortunately:
auto icon = QIcon(QStringLiteral(":/icons/casesensitively-insensitive.png")); qDebug() << "first size:" << icon.availableSizes().first(); comboBox_searchTerms->setIconSize(icon.availableSizes().first()); auto action = new QAction(icon, tr("Whole Words Only"), this); action->setCheckable(true); action->setChecked(false); lineEdit->addAction(action, QLineEdit::LeadingPosition); // first size: QSize(8, 16)
@Vadi2 I don't have the time right now to mess with it and see why so I'll just offer you a hacky solution. Create the icon as a 16x16 but only use 8x16 of it. Then it won't scale since it will be the expected size.
I'm sure there's a Qt way to control things better but I don't know it off the top of my head and I don't have time to experiment.
Vadi2 last edited by Vadi2
That's what I've done, but it is huge and takes up way too much space. I'm unsatisfied with this.
Charlie_Hdz last edited by Charlie_Hdz
As I remember there is a Type (Enum) that defines the fit of Qt Resources in QWidgets. Had you see the documentation completely?