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    Default Drawing a small rect on each item of a QListWidget

    Good morning,
    I don't have enough experience on model/view.
    I am reading docs but i can not find what I need.
    I have elements of a QListWidget. Each element has a checkbox and a string.
    I would draw a small colored rectangle between the checkbox and the string.
    How can I do? I know I have to use delegate but I can not find a similar example.
    Thanx to all,
    Franco
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    Default Re: Drawing a small rect on each item of a QListWidget

    You can specify a QIcon for each QListWidgetItem. Maybe you can create QIcon instances for each color and assign those? A lot easier than a delegate, and you would have to create a unique delegate for each color anyway unless you also added a custom data role to each item that specified the color.

    However, I do not know if icons and check boxes can live together in the same item. It would be easy to try that experiment first before launching into designing a delegate.
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