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  1. #1
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    February 2010

    How to find class name for styles

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ID:	11581 its when the mouse cursor hovers over the Qmenu it pops up in lower corner, needs to be adjusted, need to know the name of the selection in the picture, pls.

  2. #2
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    June 2008
    The statusbar has no object name, but is has a class to work with.

    Here is the way to find the classes of the objects
    1. Go into Settings -> Options -> Hotkeys
    2. Create a new hotkey for the stylesheet helper
    3. Hover with your mouse above the object
    4. Press and hold the hotkey
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    February 2010
    I have that turned on and it works but, it wont work due to you have to have the mouse over the drop down menus to get it to show up, and as soon as you try to move the mouse over the area it goes away. is there any other way to find out what all the
    StatusBar ParentClass#ObjectsNames are? I know for the fact theres one cause you can change the color of it by using StatusBar { color: #FF0000; } but when you adjust the bar it stays in same area, therefore it must have a #ObjectName. you can see the pic I have has my mouse cursor over the menu and in lower left corner there the info text that appears when you mouse over almost all buttons and menus in TeamSpeak.

    here are some of the ones I know
    QLabel#StatusCharCountDisplayLabel {}
    QLabel#NewsLeftLabel {}
    QLabel#ServerStatusLabel {}
    QWidget#NewsBanner {}
    QToolButton#NewsCloseButton {}

    here's a link that better helps describes what i'm talking about.
    Last edited by Glen348; November 12th, 2014 at 09:00 PM. Reason: added link

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