I have just started using
fvwm window manager, and I am using
xombrero browser on OpenBSD.
(update this is
gtk issue not window manager)
However, the color of the address bar, search box, and command box are all white (or off-white) text and white (or off-white) background. Highlighting the text also is white. So it's impossible to read the input text.
Input forms within the page are colored fine, although highlighting causes white on white.
I looked through the xombrero man pages but found no reference to any way of changing the color of any of those items. Therefore I thought this is maybe controlled by
fvwm through some
I tried adding
*FvwmFormBack Black to my
.fvwmrc file and reloading
fvwm, but it didn't seem to fix anything.
Anybody know what and where is the control parameter for the (a) background and text color of (web browser) input fields, and (b) the highlighting color for
(Or if this is absolutely not a
fvwm issue, please let me know, but I would pretty surprised if the creators of
xombrero would make white on white text be default and not configurable).
This is a gtk3 issue I didn't have a gtk3 theme installed. Gtk3 is used to control the relevant input fields. To fix it, I installed a theme into
~/.themes/THEME_NAME folder, and added the following to /etc/gtk-3.0/settings.ini:
［Settings] gtk-theme-name = THEME_NAME
But that is only for one user. How can I install the system default gtk3 theme?
I searched for relevant
man pages but came up dry for good gtk3 reference.