QtCurve in GTK

Hello

I’m using GNOME 2.22.1, but previously I had used KDE 3 with the QtCurve style. Under KDE, there was a theme configuration dialog for QtCurve from which I exported a .qtcurve file. Is there any way to use the config file with GTK QtCurve?

Thanks

The short answer is NO.

You need to install kdebase to get kcontrol.

Just follow one of these two pages:
Nerdica » Tweaking KDE GUI Apps in a Gnome Environment
KDE Applications looking bad in GNOME? Let’s fix ‘em up. « Il Pozzo Oscuro [written for ubuntu users but easy to get it work under suse]

The short answer is NO.

You need to install kdebase to get kcontrol.

Just follow these two pages: Nerdica » Tweaking KDE GUI Apps in a Gnome Environment
KDE Applications looking bad in GNOME? Let’s fix ‘em up. « Il Pozzo Oscuro [written for ubuntu users but easy to get it work under suse]

is there still no way to configure the gtk-qtcurve theme settings in kde4?

GTK apps looked awful under KDE (specially with dark themes) until I came to the idea to deinstall qtcurve-gtk2 and qtcurve-kde4. I guess that’s not what you want but it would make GTK themes looking as expected ( = as GTK themes).