google-chrome look and feel
jazzyflute at gmail.com
Fri Nov 15 20:49:17 UTC 2013
On the first example, if it is running stock Ubuntu 12.04, it would be
using LightDM, and QT. Whereas Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 runs GDM and GTK, which
would explain a visual difference. Without seeing the screenshot from the
other system though, I am just guessing it is a lightdm/QT vs gdm/GTK
- Marc Thomas
On Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 2:41 PM, Renê Barbosa <renebarbosafl at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello guys!
> Thanks for the answers! :)
> Ali, i did not mean that the packages had the same name, sorry for that. I
> am really using the same DEB file in both systems, exactly the same package
> on them and experienced the different appearance.
> As they are using different versions of GNOME I think that Google Chrome
> had incompatibilities with the older version or something like that but I
> am unable to say exactly what is.
> Antonio, I am leaving for holiday and weekend but I will send the
> requested files as soon as possible.
> Again, thank you guys. :)
> Renê Barbosa de F. Lima
> sent from my Android mobile
> Em 15/11/2013 07:13, "António Pinto" <pinto.antonio at gmail.com> escreveu:
> Hi Renê (Olá :) )
>> Can you please send the screen shot of the other system, so that we can
>> observe the difference?
>> António Pinto
>> On 14-11-2013 15:05, Renê Barbosa wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I have the same gnome-chrome-stable package installed in 2 machines. The
>> > first machine is running Ubuntu 12.04.3 with GNOME 3.4, the second one
>> > is running Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 with GNOME 3.8.
>> > Why does the google-chrome look better on the second machine as it's
>> > really the same package on both operating systems? There is something to
>> > tweak for adjusting that appearance?
>> > Please check the files attached.
>> > Thanks for the attention.
>> > Atenciosamente,
>> > *Renê Barbosa de Figueirêdo Lima*
>> > Website: http://renebarbosa.com/
>> > Launchpad
>> > :
>> > ~
>> > renebarbosafl
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