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comment Why aren't more desktop apps written with Qt?
"Yes, you can use events BUT !!! you have create new class for each widget with custom event. This is huge efficiency lost;" - NOT EXACTLY. I just end up with bool eventFilter that handles several widgets and then installEventFilter(this) on all the child widgets. And this isn't losing efficiency and programming performance! Actually I Never use "Promoted widgets"... I drop just plain empty widget, install this as eventFilter on it and reimplement most of my events within my main cpp class. Try it, didn't pain :) You can customize almost EVERYTHING in Qt without creating new classes everytime
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comment Why aren't more desktop apps written with Qt?
Oh and I really don't CARE about adding 10 MB DLLs to application containing 50 MB of art and 200 more MBs of video tutorials and data :)
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comment Why aren't more desktop apps written with Qt?
Qt Looks NON-NATIVE on Mac because most Qters aren't UI Designers or just can't/don't know how to tweak their UI to make it Mac frienfly. There are Qt Stylesheets, and if you really hate how some control looks weird, use the stylesheets and make it look better. I end up having Windows Qt CSS and Mac Qt CSS all the time and single IFDEF / Platform check to load the proper stylesheet. With these you have one of the BEST EVER features of Qt: Skinning. A feature everyone forgets about. With Qt you can make non-native looking apps as well as native looking ones - it's just how you use this.