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    Default setAutoFilledBackground leads to different result.

    Hello all,

    while calling setAutoFillBackground() in QLabel and QCheckBox lead to different results in my project.

    here the code of my custom widgets - statictext(QLabel) and checkbox(QCheckbox)

    Qt Code:
    1. void StaticText :: setTransparent(bool bTransparent)
    2. {
    3. setAutoFillBackground(! bTransparent);
    4. }
    6. void CheckBox :: setTransparent(bool bTransparent)
    7. {
    8. setAutoFillBackground(! bTransparent);
    9. }
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    the attached picture shows the issue:


    why by calling both setAutoFillBackground(true) makes the custom widgets behave differently, in which statictext displays the parents background color and checkbox with a system default light gray?

    PS: please just consider i dont use stylesheet in my project. And im sure i didnt set up their background color somewhere in the project. And they have a same parent widget.

    I am using Qt 4.8.6 under Windows 7



    well, the problem is the default backgroundRole() of QLabel and QCheckBox is different, so they took the colors of each color role. Question closed...
    Last edited by cic; 14th May 2014 at 12:43.

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