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    Default QScrollBar up/down, left/right arrow customization

    Hi all.

    I'm attempting to customize scrollbars using stylesheets, following the stylesheet example in Qt's docs.

    My scrollbar changes work fine but I end up getting dots instead of arrows for the add-line and sub-line controls,
    as shown in the Qt docs examples. The examples don't talk about how to get the arrows back.

    Any ideas what I need to do to get the arrows back?
    I would like to get arrows that are not filled in.
    I've attached a screenshot of what I want the arrows to look like.

    Thank you for any help.

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    Default Re: QScrollBar up/down, left/right arrow customization

    Quote Originally Posted by GUIDeveloper View Post
    Any ideas what I need to do to get the arrows back?
    Call setStyleSheet() with an empty string perhaps?

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