Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 15th May 2008 17:59 UTC, submitted by TLZ_
Qt There is a group of consistency freaks out there (like myself) who are not very fond of mixing Gtk+ with Qt applications. The reasons for this are not just graphical, but also behavioural; Gtk+ applications behave differently than Qt applications (menus are different, layout is different, etc.). Trolltech obviously can't tackle the behavioural side of this issue, but they can tackle the graphical one. This is exactly where QGtkStyle comes into play.
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RE: QT4 only
by shiny on Thu 15th May 2008 19:34 UTC in reply to "QT4 only"
shiny
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2005-08-09

Which part of "The style is available as a plugin to Qt 4.4 (...)" is not clear?

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RE[2]: QT4 only
by CapEnt on Thu 15th May 2008 20:12 in reply to "RE: QT4 only"
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2005-12-18

I'm sure that someone will think that QGtkStyle could make their common QT3/KDE3 apps looks like GTK ones on GNOME, as if the plugin after enabled on QT4 could apply the style on all QT apps regardless of version.

Specially since QT3 is quite prevalent, thus think about some sort of backward compatibility is rather natural under such conditions.

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