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    How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?(QT,not QML)

    I use QT,not QML.
    in N8,the QListview's scrollbar is the system's scrollbar,looks good.

    but in N9,the scrollbar become to the windows's scrollbar,it's white!very uglily !

    How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?

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    Re: How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?(QT,not QML)

    there is no native Harmattan style, for QWidgets (which is weird, imho), so, use QML or native or libmeegotouch
    Symbian & Qt developer. http://vladest.org

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    Re: How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?(QT,not QML)

    Quote Originally Posted by vladest View Post
    there is no native Harmattan style, for QWidgets (which is weird, imho), so, use QML or native or libmeegotouch
    what are native and libmeegotouch?

    I can't use QT?

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    Re: How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?(QT,not QML)

    Quote Originally Posted by wangruiwz View Post
    what are native and libmeegotouch?

    I can't use QT?
    every OS have its native UI controls. Ypu have to google about Harmattan UI
    libmeegotouch is UI library, based on Qt's QGraphicsItem. just google libmeegotouch
    Symbian & Qt developer. http://vladest.org

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    Re: How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?(QT,not QML)

    Hi,
    If you want use meego native scrollbars in your QtWidget-based app you can use the QWidget MeeGo style which is in this repository.
    http://meego.gitorious.org/meegotouc...touch-qt-style

    I'm writing a wiki article about how to use it. So stay tuned!

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    Re: How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?(QT,not QML)

    Quote Originally Posted by gnuton View Post
    Hi,
    If you want use meego native scrollbars in your QtWidget-based app you can use the QWidget MeeGo style which is in this repository.
    http://meego.gitorious.org/meegotouc...touch-qt-style

    I'm writing a wiki article about how to use it. So stay tuned!
    thanks
    where is the wiki article?

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    Re: How to let the style of QListview's scrollbar use the system's style?(QT,not QML)

    I've not written it yet. I'm still writing it. I guess it will be ready during the next week.
    I've compiled yesterday and I tried it. I'm looking for the best way to package it.

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