[Development] Repository request: MaterialWidgets

iman ahmadvand iman72411 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 30 15:17:49 CET 2017

If it's OK to add new classes then we can create our classes And do the
style related things in private part until Qt6 release, on that time we can
move our changes to QStyle API.
And also in this way the application setting will go away.
in result:
1.We have our new widgets
2.We have overcame qstyle api changes

On Mon, Oct 30, 2017 at 5:03 PM, Oswald Buddenhagen <
oswald.buddenhagen at qt.io> wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 30, 2017 at 04:34:25PM +0330, iman ahmadvand wrote:
> >    I was thinking of something like this to achieve:
> >    QApplication::setStyle("material");
> >
> >    Which bring completely new styled and animated appearance.
> >    That would be nice AND Qt way though.
> >    But we've some new widgets beside the existing widgets, for
> >    example: [...]
> >
> >    Which requires changes in QStyle enumerators.
> >    The two build step was a good option but what about these new widgets
> ?
> >    unfortunately it seems there is no way to porting this to Qt.
> >
> adding entirely new widgets (classes) can be done any time.

But How? if it's not going to be a module ?

> the only challenge is that they may need new qstyle primitives, which
> may then need custom implementations in the other styles as well. but i
> guess "this widget doesn't look well unless you use the material style"
> might be an acceptable policy.
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