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On Thursday 20 October 2005 20:53, Michael Rex wrote:

> Second possibly stupid question: before deciding to use KListView (or
> better: before I found out KListView existed) I've been using a QTable. I
> couldn't find a KDE specific version of QTable, say KTable, so the questi=

on
> is: is there no such thing or am I missing something? For my current
> requirements KListView works great, but there might be situations in which
> a table is the better choice over a listview, and QTable doesn't seem to
> offer things like alternating line colors.


If you want a table with alternating background color, you could derive fro=
m=20
QTable, reimplement paintCell and, depending of the line number, adjust a=20
copy of the color group with KGlobalSettings::alternateBackgroundColor

Cheers,
Kevin

=2D-=20
Kevin Krammer
Qt/KDE Developer, Debian User
Moderator: www.mrunix.de (German), www.qtforum.org

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