[lubuntu-users] 19.04LXQt Change title bar to a different color?

Walter Lapchynski wxl at ubuntu.com
Sun Apr 21 06:48:35 UTC 2019


On Sat, Apr 20, 2019 at 07:40:26AM -0700, Mark F wrote:
> I use a dark'ish solid color background. 19.04s black bar doesn't work well
> for me. I don't see anyway to change it in LXQt.

Right click on the taskbar and select "Configure panel" and play around
with the options in custom styling. More sweeping changes to the system
can be done in Preferences → LXQt Settings → Appearance.

> I was a little rattled about accepting what it was going to do.

Even after reading the summary at the end?

> existing Lubuntu partition seemed out of place, and didn't have the sda
> identifier. Something about that seemed almost like *too much* information,
> or not enough.

I'm struggling to to understand what you're trying to explain. Could you
perhaps go through the process again (say, in a virtual machine), and
keep track of the steps necessary to see this?

> (Something
> about it, even when it's turned down to 1, which should be the default IMO,
> feels different than scrolling other apps.).

You seem to suggest there are applications you have installed which do
not have this strange behavior. Which are they?

> 3. The theme seems a little large'ish compared to LXDE.

What resolution are you dealing with? This may have an effect on your
impression. Pixel wise, I think you'll find the two desktop environments
essentially identical.

> - I installed KeepassXC. The hidden password field has enormous bubbles
> (instead of subtle ellipses).

This may have had something to do with how you had Qt widgets themed (or
not) in your LXDE install. It looks the same to me on Bionic as it does
on Disco.

> navigator pane on the left seems like it takes up a lot of margin.

Agreed, based on the default window size, but you can always contract
it. There is not yet a way to set it to a particular width. I think this
is worthy of a feature request. Please file a bug!

> the -^ button is even more margined away from the browsing window.

Actually, this is true even in unmounted devices where the button is not
there. There's certainly an excessive margin. File a bug, please.

> - The way it says "places" twice (one is a control, the other a label)
> seems unnecessary. Wouldn't the control's current setting serve as a label?

I agree something is weird here but no, that's not true. The top most
one offers the option of Places or Directory Tree. Within Places are
three options: Places, Devices, Bookmarks. Ultimately the top-level
Places needs a different name, but I don't know whta it is.

> - The menu bar's text seems large (file manager, featherpad).

Are you saying only those applications or all of the applications in
that area?

> I should have
> participated in betas and offered options sooner.

It's never too late to start!
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