Ubuntu Studio theme problems
coryisatm at nc.rr.com
Tue Jun 12 21:18:49 BST 2007
Dont post it to LP. We are aware of the issues (though this one I havnt
been able to reproduce) and have no plans to fix this for Feisty.
Jacob Creedon wrote:
> I agree. The active vs. inactive text coloring is confusing.
> Firefox looks fine because for the most part it ignores gtk themes.
> The best place to submit this, is as a bug report on the Ubuntu Studio
> Launchpad. It might be files as Feature Request, but at least it's on
> a TODO list....
> On 6/12/07, *Eric Ladner* <eric.ladner at gmail.com
> <mailto:eric.ladner at gmail.com>> wrote:
> This is probably better suited for the devel list.... (posted on
> users earlier - sorry).
> There's some strangeness with inactive windows and the text in them.
> As an example, in the Update Manager, when the installation dialog
> pops up, the original window goes inactive. The text in the inactive
> window actually gets brighter instead of dimmer like you would think.
> It looks like the text has a medium grey color with a white drop
> As another example, open up Gedit and look through the menus for
> inactive menu items. They look strange as well - brighter looking
> than the active menu items because of the white drop shadow. All
> standard GNOME apps exhibit this behavior.
> As a counter example, though, firefox's menus look just fine. It's
> the only app I've seen so far that does.
> Very nice theme though. I'd take a stab at fixing it, but I'm not a
> gtkrc or theme hacker by any stretch of the imagination.
> Eric Ladner
> Eric Ladner
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