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How would I build FreeCAD using 'ddark' or 'desemidark Style' ?
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I think these are just stylesheets, like pablogil's ones. I think it shouldn't be necessary to recompile the entire application just to apply that style. You just need to find what you have to change in a particular style sheet in order to have those results.
Are those not the stylesheets available in your system? Try setting that stylesheet in qt5ct or your DE's theme configuration for qt and then set FreeCAD's stylesheet to none
@adrianinsaval you sir have hit the nail on the head!
I ran qt5ct and tweaked the following:
and I got this:
Edit: it's hard to see the graphical effects because the screencast framerate is very slow.
Edit2: Note this does not effect the AppImage at all. I needed to run 0.18.3 non-appimage build for the Qt5 settings to be used.
Doesn't work for me.
BTW, do you have the FC IconTheme installed ?
Any idea how to tell FreeCAD to direct the local system to use qt interface amenities like animated dropdown menus and animated tooltips etc.... ?
It may be related to de DE? I'm using KDE.
If you mean the addon then yes, but I'm using the default icons again because some icons don't change in 0.19BTW, do you have the FC IconTheme installed ?
Sorry, no idea...