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Posts: 7
Registered: ‎01-20-2011
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Enabling dark theme on UI components

Hi!

 

I was just wondering if there is a way to simply enable dark QNX ui skin in your application, without setting each components SkinAssets one-by-one?

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Re: Enabling dark theme on UI components

import qnx.ui.theme.ThemeGlobals;

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ThemeGlobals.currentTheme = ThemeGlobals.BLACK;

 

Is suppose to do it, but not all the QNX controls seem to pick it up.

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Re: Enabling dark theme on UI components

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Thanks for quick reply! It seems like at least LabelButtons and SegmentedControls won't turn into dark theme automatically. I'll do some testing..

 

 

Edit: Well SegmentedControls can be manually styled with

 

mySegment.setBackgroundSkin(SegmentedControlSkinBlack);

 

So no problem here. And label buttons can be replaced with normal buttons too.