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  • #21481

    Felgo User

    Hi,

    I’d like to use Felgo’s InputDialog.confirm(), but I failed to understand how the dialog is themed/styled.

    Do one have any control about background and text colors?

    Thanks,

    Guillaume

    #21508

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    Hi Guillaume,

    the different InputDialog variations all use the Dialog type to provide ready-made implementations for common use-case like confirm(). You can also create a Dialog with custom content yourself in case the ready-made variants do not work for your use-case.The Dialog type offers a default iOS-styled look, based on Theme colors like your Theme.tintColor. The general look of the Dialog is not customizable at the moment.

    As an alternative, you can create a fully custom Overlay with the available QML types and controls. (e.g. Rectangle, MouseArea, AppText, etc …).

    Best,
    Günther

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