Commit 4930a710 authored by Ahmad Samir's avatar Ahmad Samir Committed by Kurt Hindenburg
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When tabBarUseUserStyleSheet() is false, don't set a stylesheet at all

Reading the upstream code, it looks like setStyleSheet(QString())[1] will
unset any custom style sheet. This seems like a cleaner solution because
setting a stylesheet at all interferes with changing the widget colorscheme
from a dark to a light scheme or vice versa.

To test:
- open konsole
- open systemsettings and change the colorscheme to a dark one, if you're
  already using a dark one, change to a light one
- widget colors are changed as expected, except for konsole tabs, which look

Opening a new konsole window seems to clear the issue and the tabs look
normal again.

parent e7cc5cd3
......@@ -202,16 +202,10 @@ void TabbedViewContainer::konsoleConfigChanged()
if (KonsoleSettings::tabBarUseUserStyleSheet()) {
} else {
void TabbedViewContainer::setCss(const QString &styleSheet)
static const QString defaultCss = QStringLiteral("QTabWidget::tab-bar, QTabWidget::pane { margin: 0; }\n");
setStyleSheet(defaultCss + styleSheet);
void TabbedViewContainer::setCssFromFile(const QUrl &url)
// Let's only deal w/ local files for now
......@@ -225,7 +219,7 @@ void TabbedViewContainer::setCssFromFile(const QUrl &url)
QTextStream in(&file);
void TabbedViewContainer::moveActiveView(MoveDirection direction)
......@@ -87,7 +87,6 @@ public:
/** Changes the active view to the last view */
void activateLastView();
void setCss(const QString &styleSheet = QString());
void setCssFromFile(const QUrl &url);
ViewSplitter *activeViewSplitter();
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