|Title:||BWidget Tree renders in black high-contrast-mode with black on black|
|Submitter:||anonymous||Created on:||2016-01-07 12:54:01|
|Status:||Closed||Last Modified:||2016-01-15 07:58:38|
|Closed on:||2016-01-15 07:58:38|
If a black high-contrast-theme is enabled on Windows or the high-contrast-mode got enabled from within the ease-of-access-center in Windows, than the tree widget renders the lines and expand/collapse areas of the nodes in black onto the correct black window background. Thus the tree widget does not only visualize no "structure", but no interactive regions for expanding or collapsing tree nodes! The default colors for linefill and crossfill options should not be black, but one of the system colors like: 1. SystemWindowText (yellow with high-contrast-#1 theme) 2. SystemWindowFrame (white with high-contrast-#1 theme) 3. SystemButtonText (white with high-contrast-#1 theme). On Mac OS same problems may occur, but since I'm not able to test this, someone else may validate the rendering in a high-contrast-mode of Mac OS.
oehhar added on 2016-01-15 07:58:38:
Fix in commit [04ba914fce] verified by Koen, Kevin and Martin. Thank you all. Bug closed.
anonymous added on 2016-01-08 12:48:56:
Hi Harald, thanks for your quick action! Yes, your fix works quiet well on my Windows system! Best regards, Martin
oehhar added on 2016-01-07 18:05:02:
Bug verified on Windows 10.
Commit [1b5b347448] fixes the issue for me.
Could you verify if there are any side effects on the fix ? I have no real idea what I am doing here...
Thank you all, Harald