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Old 01-05-2019, 12:32 PM   #1
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Qt5.11.3 Slackware64-current package: Strange colors

A couple of days ago, I installed Qt5 (5.11.3), using Alien Bob's Slackware packages. After I compiled and installed LibreCAD (which needed Qt5), I found that the GUI shows strange color. I also ran qt5ct, which suffered the same coloring issue. As I really don't have much experience with Qt, I have no idea where the problem could originate. Venturing a guess, could this be a font rendering problem?

I've added a screenshot of qt5ct as it appears here.

I tried to change to a light theme instead of the dark one I prefer, which made the pinkish color change to green), and tried several other variations, none of which created monochrome letters.
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