You are supposed to be able to specify a style sheet, but I have never been able to get that to work.  For mine, they were trial and error.  Once you understand the kind of changes the style sheets induce, it's not that bad.



On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 11:44 AM, rusirius <rusirius@qcontinuum.plus.com> wrote:

Now that I can compile an example of my plugin and actually view the
result (at least in Ubuntu), I've been looking at the design of the
dialog window. As one might expect, Stellarium adds its own style to the
gui controls to produce a standard look and feel. However, this means
that the dialog looks very different when loaded up in Stellarium to the
design view in Qt Designer.

Is there any way of loading the Stellarium style into the Qt Designer so
that the view in Designer is exactly as it would appear in Stellarium,
or is it simply a matter of trial and error?


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