Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Apr 2006 17:43 UTC, submitted by Sekou DIAKITE
KDE The KDE Look and Feel Project is a GPL-licenced Swing pluggable look and feel which uses Qt and KDE for the drawing of widgets. KDE Look and Feel implements most of the Java Look and Feel API including dialogs (ColorChooser, FileChooser, etc.).
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by kanwar.plaha on Wed 12th Apr 2006 01:55 UTC
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"I am curious though, if this look and feel matches the theme currently in use by QT. The GTK look and feel theme typically doesn't work with all GTK themes (or even the most common ones). "

I tried the demo and yes, the look and feel is native Qt. I have plastik, for instance and it shows all widgets as that of plastik including theme colors etc.

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by tmack on Wed 12th Apr 2006 04:57 in reply to "RE: .NET"
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Wow, that sounds fantastic.

GTK and QT work reasonably close to the "Real Thing" maybe I'll have to take a look at using it for my next project.

Currently, I prefer SWT's performance and feel but I like Swing's programming model much more.

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