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Hey, I have some QT apps but trying to avoid installing bulky KDE stuff. Checking the internet came up with the program qtconfig which I found in /usr/qt/3/bin/qtconfig, but it ...
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    Need to change QT theme without KDE


    Hey, I have some QT apps but trying to avoid installing bulky KDE stuff. Checking the internet came up with the program qtconfig which I found in /usr/qt/3/bin/qtconfig, but it looks really old and only has options for Motif and CDE and all that archaic stuff - so how do I change the theme like I would in kcontrol?

    Thanks, Dom.

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    You can't use KDE themes like Keramik or Plastik just with Qt, you need a complete a KDE for that (with kdelibs, etc ...you know)
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    I have kdelibs, but not kcminit which is needed by kcontrol and is 23mb. Ah well, I'm installing everything anyway.

    Thanks.

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