Higlighting active document in the treeview?

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Higlighting active document in the treeview?

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At the moment (as far as I know) active document is highlighted in the tree view by using bold font?
Works reasonably well on a bog standard white background version of FreeCAD with just few documents, but....
I am using Dark stylesheet and have many documents in my assemblies.
Result is somewhat unconvincing ;)
(Yes it is 14_8ft_track that is active)
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How difficult (or is it possible at all) would it be to change either font colour or background colour of active document?
For example there is little doubt which assembly and which body is active here :mrgreen:
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Re: Higlighting active document in the treeview?

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I think I fixed that in my preference pack.
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But it I think it is also fixed in this version: (it's for linkstage only, but it might work, mine also works on linkstage)
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Re: Higlighting active document in the treeview?

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@MisterMaker
Clearly I haven't explained it well enough... - sorry :oops:

I am talking about document not body.
I am only using active body pic to demonstrate what I am after.
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Re: Higlighting active document in the treeview?

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Ok that is an odd one, I had used this reference to style the treeview: https://doc.qt.io/archives/qt-4.8/style ... -qtreeview
But testing those styles I didn't get the ones you ask for, so I am lost too.
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