QT apps not using GTK colors now?

Cory K. coryisatm at ubuntu.com
Fri Mar 28 17:24:22 GMT 2008

D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> On Friday 28 March 2008, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
>> Anyway, sorry to say, I gave it the ol' college try dude, and even risked
>> Mr. Winky, but I can't figure this out.
> I've had another look, and the reason I can't figure this out is because I'm 
> really not sure what the problem is, or if there actually is a problem here.  
> I've got KDE back on that box now, and going back and forth between KDE and 
> GNOME, the look and feel of these QT3 apps is definitely changing.   They 
> don't look GNOME native, but they look quite different under GNOME, and 
> memory tells me that might actually be how they looked on Gutsy.  I'm not 
> sure.
> Can you or somebody please send me some screenshots (the "window under cursor" 
> capture mode would be great, if the GNOME equivalent of KSnapShot has this 
> mode) of QJackCtl and anything else worth paying special attention to?
> If possible, I'd like to see:
> A) What it's supposed to look like when everything is normal (eg. a shot of 
> this in its native GNOME environment on Gutsy, or a Hardy at a point in time 
> when everything is behaving)
> B) What it looks like in this new state I'm trying to fix to make it go back 
> to looking like A
> I'm thinking I will determine there is no problem on this particular 
> installation, but even from this particular state, I can probably make the 
> QT3 apps look more GNOME-like, perhaps even moreso than they had ever been 
> before, so this whole exercise probably won't have been for nothing after 
> all.
> Oh, and thanks for the words of support Luis.

Here's a screenshot for Skype on Gutsy. (best I can do) If I could get
an older version of Hardy I think I could show you but I can't.

Now, Skype on Hardy looks like Clearlooks/QT.


-Cory \m/

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