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    Default How much can QT accomplish?

    Hi, I am new to GUI development, and am considering variety of options to start with in my project, which will involve designing some pretty complex widgetry and desktop apps. I chanced upon QT, and it looks promising.

    How powerful is QT? I mean, does it provide enough functionality to design your app in any way you want, irrespective of the underlying OS? Say iTunes, which on Windows doesn't conform to the native Windows widgets styling and brings in its own set of styles and design. Is it possible to do such things in QT?

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    Default Re: How much can QT accomplish?

    Yes, it is all possible.
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    Default Re: How much can QT accomplish?

    Qt supports a variety of platforms, you can use native style, Qt's Fusion style, or make your own app aspect, from colors,fonts,etc to own window style.
    You can also use different styling methods, QStyle or use style sheets(CSS) if your familiar with it to make your app more beautiful.

    In short it is a powerfull tool.

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