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    Hello, I was wondering if I can use the Qt Installer Framework to create an installer that has a different style than the default windows style? I.e. changing the appearance of buttons, progressbar, etc of the installer components by using a css file?

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    Default Re: Qt Installer Framework Styling

    Quote Originally Posted by jmsbc View Post
    Hello, I was wondering if I can use the Qt Installer Framework to create an installer that has a different style than the default windows style? I.e. changing the appearance of buttons, progressbar, etc of the installer components by using a css file?

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    I don't think you can do this automatically, but rather you need to tell the program what you want. You may read about QML / CSS to do this.

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