[fpc-pascal] GTK2 Lazarus Project, but I want QT.

micahel schneider micsch at gmail.com
Mon Jun 25 22:41:49 CEST 2007

Am Sonntag 24 Juni 2007 schrieb Catalin Zamfir Alexandru:
> Great. I've recompiled KCalculator for Qt and the menu bug is gone.

> 2. The menu is higher than the normal Qt menus in all my KDE/Qt-based
> software. I'm comparing the menu from KMail with the one from
> Qt-KCalculator and KCalculator's menu is higher. The GTK2 Menu keeps the
> normal proportions as all the other apps on my system, due to the fact that
> I have a
> compatibility engine between GTK and KDE so as to make GTK2 look like QT.
> But that's not the problem. The problem is that generated Lazarus programs
> based on the Qt interface have higher menus [a few pixels more] than what
> it should be.
> 3. It doesn't respect the Font I use system-wide. I use Tahoma 8
> system-wide and all my QT-KDE/GTK applications respect this rule, but
> Qt-KCalculator doesn't respect the rule, while GTK-KCalculator respects it.
> Any ideas?!

I think your KDE (KMail etc) is using QT3
KCalculator is compiled with QT4 so the settings are others.

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