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  1. #1
    RimFrost NNTP User

    Default Apply own color scheme to KDE applications


    The other day i did a own color scheme to my system.
    It did apply to the whole system but not to some of the KDE
    applications
    like Amarok/K3b it still has the KDE default colors (its still white
    and blue colors) and not the color scheme i use now which is black
    bottom with green text.

    Is there a way to make my own color scheme to the KDE applications?
    How do i do that? Im using KDE 4 openSUSE 11.1 x64.


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    freedguy NNTP User

    Default Re: Apply own color scheme to KDE applications


    I suppose you're using KDE3 version of Amarok and K3b.

    You cannot apply color scheme to KDE3 apps using KDE4 appearance
    settings.

    The solution is to install "kdebase3".

    Once installed run "kcontrol" to launch KDE3 control center.

    Go to "Appearance & Themes" --> "Colors" and choose a color theme
    identical to your KDE4 setting.


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