Yes the Gambas IDE and the help popups practically guide you through it.Askjerry wrote: ↑Thursday 25th February 2021 6:18amI was using pseudo code to describe the button as I was typing from my laptop in a different area.
The color change code was not added until today... so that's not the reason... I only really noticed the button was not green today and started thinking, "maybe I should specify it in code."
As for your comment, "if your app is qt you should run gambas in qt mode too just so it looks more like your design"
I'm not really sure what you mean... I'm typing "sudo gambas3" in a terminal to get the program started... after that I jumped in hard and fast to get the pigpio operational and start testing functions. Honestly... I'm amazed at how fast I got as far as I did with this. I've been programming with Gambas about 3 days.
It's an awesome development environment for coders of all levels.
do you have to run gambas as root?
check out these alternative commands...
env GB_GUI="gb.qt5" gambas3
env GB_GUI="gb.qt5" sudo gambas3
env GB_GUI="gb.gtk3" sudo gambas3
running gambas that way you can control what gui interface gambas itself uses.
also if you drag-n-drop the gambas menu icon to your desktop panel you can right click the icon and select the gui simply