One application is using GTK2 and the other is using GTK3 (unless I'm mistaken). Thus, you need to switch to a theme with both GTK2 and GTK3 components. One theme that supports both is Phenix, but if you search you can find many others. Most GTK3 themes on OpenDesktop.org also support GTK2.
As for Qt, install qtconfig (I'm sure Arch has some version of it ...
You can override gtk theme used by Firefox:
navigate to about:config
create a string key widget.content.gtk-theme-override
set the value to any light theme name, for example Adwaita:light
restart Firefox to apply
There is no such list - and even if one existed, it would be outdated fairly quickly.
This is the case even if you're only counting "official" xfce apps, ignoring the thousands more GTK2 & GTK3 programs that can be run on a system running xfce.
The important thing to know is that, regardless of whether you use xfce or not, if you run GTK apps you will ...
i use Linux Mint and i've installed 2 Glade:
If i use Glade 3.8.0, after saving a project i get this XML:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<requires lib="gtk+" version="2.24"/>
<!-- interface-naming-policy project-wide -->
<object class="GtkWindow" id="window1">
Finally I managed to find a theme that works - Ambiance from Ubuntu Precise. Newer themes will not work for gtk3 apps.
All you need to do is extract the archive and copy the Ambiance folder to /usr/share/themes, then select it from lxappearance.
According to https://askubuntu.com/questions/34214/how-do-i-disable-overlay-scrollbars you can revert using this command:
gsettings set com.canonical.desktop.interface scrollbar-mode normal
But there are some questions of what version of GTK you are running, so you might want to look at the post I link to.
I found this issue was caused by Firefox attempting to use certain colors from my (dark) GTK theme, but it often unexpectedly clashed with things like input boxes.
To disable this:
Navigate to about:config
Search for browser.display.use_system_colors
Set the value to false
I've no longer noticed any poorly contrasting colors, and my context menus and ...
Found solution thanks to Freddy's comment :
I had downloaded the theme via a theme website and the .tar.xz archive didn't contain any installation file. So I've downloaded the theme from the github of the theme, which contains a install.sh file, wich I ran (as written in the README). And it worked!
To be noted: I had previously installed the necessary ...
Quoting the Arch wiki:
To manually change the GTK+ theme, icons, font and font size, add the following to the configuration files, for example:
gtk-icon-theme-name = "Adwaita"
gtk-theme-name = "Adwaita"
gtk-font-name = "DejaVu Sans 11"
SeaMonkey-2.49* only seems to honor the $HOME/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini file and not gtk-theme-switch tool. While most other GTK applications seem to honor gtk-theme-switch tool. So find a theme you like using the gtk-theme-switch tool and manually enter the theme name within $HOME/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini. Ensure SeaMonkey is using the new (GTK) ...
To handle this kind of error in general, you need to search the database for the missing file. To begin with, you need to update the database by
sudo yum makecache
After that you can search for the target file
yum provides "*/libgtk-3.so.0"
You will find that you need a package named gtk3, now install it
sudo yum install gtk3
Now you should have the ...
I found it by comparing with another theme which didn't have this effect. There are two lines in gtkrc file:
GtkButton ::child-displacement-x = 1
GtkButton ::child-displacement-y = 1
Setting these two to 0 removes the press effect.
I resolved the problem by simply following the steps suggested in the ArchWiki entry linked by Fox in the comments (Thank you!).
To the user content css file in my firefox directory,
, I added the following text:
I don't have gtk2 installed to verify this, but you can try this:
Add StartupMode=cwd to $HOME/.config/gtk-2.0/gtkfilechooser.ini.
I got this from this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-2160654.html