Color issues on KMultiTabBarTab, KUrl(Navigator)Button and KCapacityBar

Matthew Woehlke mw_triad at
Thu Sep 4 00:29:19 BST 2008

Rafael Fernández López wrote:
>> solution:
>> use the style and/or:
>> 1) use Qt::white to form the gloss
>> 2) + 3) brighten the lower part and hardcode the fontcolor to Qt::white
> I don't think hard coded colors are doing any good anywhere. I actually think 
> hard coded values should just be avoided everywhere.

+1e(1e100) ;-).

> What it assumes is that HighlightedText will contrast with Window, what I 
> think is acceptable.

No, it really isn't. Anything that mixes sets is out of bounds. A color 
scheme with all white text and all dark backgrounds, except with white 
highlight and black highlighted-text, is perfectly acceptable.

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