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    Default GTK app's do not accept KDE system colours

    openSUSE 11.3 KDE 4.5.2

    GTK app's, specifically firefox, do not accept KDE system colours despite "Apply colours to non-KDE4 applications" being set in System Settings. Ideas? TIA.
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    Default Re: GTK app's do not accept KDE system colours

    An OK work around is to create a Firefox Persona, but tabs and slider bars are still not the correct colour.
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    Default Re: GTK app's do not accept KDE system colours

    In Systemsettings - Application Appearance - GTK-style and Fonts. Set it to use Oxygen-Molecule. My FF and Gimp have the same colors using that.
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    Default Re: GTK app's do not accept KDE system colours

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    In Systemsettings - Application Appearance - GTK-style and Fonts. Set it to use Oxygen-Molecule. My FF and Gimp have the same colors using that.
    Doesn't work for me. Thanks anyway.
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