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Backstage GUI

3 years 9 months ago #1 by Armin
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Is there a documentation about the backstage functionality from QTitanRibbon?

I can only find examples (but they do not what I need)

I need the following:
1. Open the backstage on program begin (not on user press).
2. Add sidebar menu items via model (changes while displaying)
3. change the File-Button color (and other theme parts) from blue (like MS Word or Outlook) to my custom color.

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3 years 9 months ago #2 by Developer Machines
Replied by Developer Machines on topic Backstage GUI
1. Open the backstage on program begin (not on user press).
To open backstage programmatically please use the following function RibbonBackstageView::open().
2. Add sidebar menu items via model (changes while displaying)
Sidebar Menu is very similar to QMenu and does not has model inside. So it is not possible at the moment.
3. change the File-Button color (and other theme parts) from blue (like MS Word or Outlook) to my custom color.
To do that please use
a) void OfficeStyle::setAccentColor(const QColor& accentcolor); for any Qt color.

b) void OfficeStyle::setAccentColor(AccentColor indexcolor); for predefined color described by OfficeStyle::AccentColor enum.

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3 years 8 months ago - 3 years 8 months ago #3 by Armin
Replied by Armin on topic Backstage GUI
OK Thank you for your support!

Opening the backstage from begin works now.

Now there is one more thing I need to implement:
I need to disable the back button in the backstage.
My application is like access, you can't see the mainwindow's content until you create or load a file.
Is disabling the back button the right way for this?
After loading the file, the user must be able to get to the backstage to load another files or see more informations.
Then the back button must be enabled again.

Where is this back button coming from and how can i disable it dynamically?
m_backstage->setClosePrevented(true);
does not change anything!
Last edit: 3 years 8 months ago by Armin. Reason: Yes.

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