Well, I tried qtconfig on Windows... wasn't aware that it's actually not supported (not even built) on that platform, but I was able to patch it in order to get the binary on Windows... however, the result is not very promising.

So I recommend to use a style-sheet instead. If you don't like my examples from http://qmc2.arcadehits.net/wordpress/style-sheets/ you could easily change them to your needs... it's not very complicated (see Qt style-sheet documentation), similar to CSS for HTML, but it's a bit of work to make it "good" (not that I made good ones myself, they are more like experiments wink ).

Think I should add a palette-editor to QMC2's TODO list, though smile.

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