I have an application using QT where one of the Widgets is styled through stylesheets to have a white background color and black text and a number of QCheckBoxes.
This works well in most cases, but fails is the user is using the standard "Golden Business" themes, as all text, borders, checkmarks etc in the QCheckBoxes when then be white on white...
I would therefore like to know whether it is possible to access and style the checkmark in a QCheckBox to e.g. have a black color? Also, is there any way to style the "focus rectangle" as it moves down the list of QCheckBoxes?
(I have found some examples on http://doc.trolltech.com/4.3/stylesh...zing-qcheckbox which seems to use images for all states, but would to know whether I can solve the task without having to create and maintain a larger number of images. Besides that, I have previously found examples on the same page that didn't work, so I would like to know whether anybody in this group could help me out with a working solution).