Two background colors in gnome-system-settings blocks
fran.dieguez at mabishu.com
Wed Aug 28 22:32:22 UTC 2013
On jue 29 ago 2013 00:18:46 CEST, Tim wrote:
> On 29/08/13 08:13, Fran Dieguez wrote:
>> On mié 28 ago 2013 23:11:23 CEST, Alfredo Hernández wrote:
>>> Are you using Saucy? If so, probably it's because gnome-control-center
>>> is 3.6, if you update to 3.10 via the GNOME3Team PPA it should it
>>> should be fixed.
>>> On 28 Aug 2013 23:07, "Fran Dieguez" <fran.dieguez at mabishu.com
>>> <mailto:fran.dieguez at mabishu.com>> wrote:
>>> I don't known if this is a bug but when you open
>>> gnome-system-settings there are two background gray colors that
>>> seem quite weird.
>>> I've attached an screenshot to clarify.
>>> Same happens if you activate dark theme for all windows but with
>>> darker greys.
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>> I'm using Saucy with the gnome3-team/gnome3 ppa. I will try upgrading packages but for now this "issue" remains happening.
> Its a regression caused by gtk 3.8 and/or Adwaita 3.8. We will have gnome-control-center 3.8 on gnome3 ppa soon, where this won't happen.
> Although file a bug, we do need to fix this in g-c-c 3.6!
I'll fill the bug after sending this email.
Thanks for the answer
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