4.1 Beta on Gnome
dirk at hohndel.org
Tue Apr 29 06:15:49 PDT 2014
On Tue, 2014-04-29 at 11:19 +0300, "Paul-Erik Törrönen" wrote:
> > What I want to make sure is that if on one of the Desktop Environments
> > things look bad that we know it and address it.
> > Even if it is on Ubuntu :-)
> Does MATE (on FC20) count?-)
Anything counts :-)
> The issue that I have encountered that with one user profile, the style
> seems to be all white (sans the black text). This makes it very hard to
> distinguish the borders of the various graphical items (think of cranking
> up the contrast to 11).
Do you have a screen shot?
> The issue is most probably related to whatever the profile has determined
> to be the default Qt style, for which I have not found any tool modify. I
> have another user profile where Subsurface has a more normal grey style.
> Also if I explicitly define the style as 'subsurface -style GTK+' on the
> commandline, then it looks ok.
> I had a similar issue with KDEnlive, but there you can configure KDEnlive
> to use a specific theme (Settings -> Themes). Maybe this is a KDE-env
> specific thing? Or could something similar be implemented in Subsurface?
We already override settings, depending on the DE we detect. I'm sure we
can figure this one out as well.
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