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Typically i've been using the GTK-QT engine to keep all GTK apps. (Firefox, Thunderbird, et al.) looking suitable. However, in Firefox, on some pages i end up with white writing ...
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- 01-18-2006 #1
GTK in KDE
Typically i've been using the GTK-QT engine to keep all GTK apps. (Firefox, Thunderbird, et al.) looking suitable. However, in Firefox, on some pages i end up with white writing on a white background which causes trouble so i've set the GTK items to use different themes via the KDE Control Center.
The problem is that, despite there being about a dozen or so GTK themes to choose from, most of them don't seem to work and leave GTK apps. with my QT settings. Or they end up looking W95-like (with no visible difference between themes).
i've upgraded to the latest QT/GTK via YaST - do they work well together as above? How do you actually install GTK themes in KDE?Registered Linux User #379728
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- 01-18-2006 #2How do you actually install GTK themes in KDE?
- 01-18-2006 #3Originally Posted by GNOME_n00bCode:
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- 01-18-2006 #4Originally Posted by bryansmith