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    Default Change theme in 11.3

    I've tried openSUSE 11.2 live and I've appreciated very much the default theme.
    In 11.2 you can change theme by right-click on wallpaper->Dekstop Settings->theme.

    In 11.3 there's no more that "Desktop Settings" voice from right-click's menu, there's only a "Desktop Activity Settings" which only let me choose wallpaper.

    I've saved from live cd icons, themes and wallpapers of 11.2 and now I want them all in 11.3 as I don't like its default theme.

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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    You can change the wallpaper via right click
    Themes via System Settings > Workspace Appearance
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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    Done.

    And what about import the entire theme??

    I hope the only solution to have 11.2-look is not to install 11.2 and then upgrade...

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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    I'll have to look at this later

    Name the themes for when I return
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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    Theme "Air openSUSE"

    It's what is displayed on 11.2 live, by looking in right-click on wallpaper->Desktop Settings

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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    Do you mean this
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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Do you mean this

    I mean that place but this theme


    It seems they've update theme too, what i've to do?
    Save the theme from live 11.2 with a name different from "Air openSUSE" and then add it from 11.3 or what?

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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    The theme looks the same, but I expect the wallpaper is different
    You can put any wallpaper up you like
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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    The theme looks the same, but I expect the wallpaper is different
    You can put any wallpaper up you like
    I don't need a wallpaper, the theme looks different in 3 things, 2 important 1 not:

    11.2


    11.3


    1) the buttons in 11.3 are, for me, ugly, I want the old window border, but I haven't find anything like the Gnome's theme customization.

    2) the font for menus in 11.3 are less readable, if you look at the 2 picture, you'll see that in 11.3 the various File, Modifica, Visualizza and so on are smaller and less definied.

    3) I use openSUSE on a notebook, so I always use the power button to suspend/shutdown, so the 2 button on bottom right are too big; in 11.2 they were really small and put one on the top of other and they weren't annoying.

    1) and 2) are the most important, as for 3) i could simply remove them.

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    Default Re: Change theme in 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by Buntolo View Post
    2) the font for menus in 11.3 are less readable, if you look at the 2 picture, you'll see that in 11.3 the various File, Modifica, Visualizza and so on are smaller and less definied.
    That screenshot shows Firefox. Firefox is a XUL application, but it uses GTK settings. So "GTK Styles and Fonts" is where you have to look if you wish to select better fonts for Firefox' menus etc. "GTK Styles and Fonts" can be found in Personal Settings>Application Appearance, or you can directly open it via 'kcmshell4 kcmgtk4'.

    If you select "Use my KDE fonts in GTK application" it will use the same font for GTK applications as you have selected in "Personal Settings>Application Appearance>Fonts" (or 'kcmshell4 fonts') as "General." The selections that you make for Menus, Toolsbars and so on have no bearing on what fonts are selected for GTK applications and only apply to Qt applications.

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