Configuring GTK applications' appearance in Kubuntu

Robert Costa zabbarob at googlemail.com
Thu Sep 11 22:21:52 BST 2008


2008/9/11 Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com>:
> How can the user can configure the appearance of the GTK applications
> in Kubuntu? I do not have Gnome installed, though I suspect that in
> Gnome there would be a System Settings application to configure GTK
> appearance. Is there a text file that I can edit, or a GTK-appearance
> application that I can install?

Maybe the package gtk-qt-engine-kde4 is what you're searching for?
There's something similar for KDE3, too. I just can't find the package
right now :-) BTW Firefox looks a bit "crappy" with gtk-qt-engine-kde4
installed. Dunno if it's a bug or maybe something's set incorrectly
here. It's like just the upper half of buttons or checkboxes are drawn
or they get only drawn when I move the mouse over it.

Cya,
Robert.

>
> Thanks in advance.
>
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