Re: Gnome 3.16 applications in other desktop environments have an ugly frame around their windows now

Thanks but no, that doesn't work. Nautilus doesn't start that way.
Trying to start nautilus 3.16 with gnome-themes-standard 3.14 and gtk3 3.14:

$ nautilus

(nautilus:5835): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-widgets.css:2:19: Theming engine 'adwaita' not found

(nautilus:5835): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to register client: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.gnome.SessionManager was not provided by any .service files
Initializing nautilus-dropbox 2.10.0
ImportError: No module named Nautilus

(nautilus:5835): Nautilus-Python-WARNING **: nautilus_python_init_python failed

(nautilus:5835): Gtk-ERROR **: failed to add UI: Invalid object type `GtkPopoverMenu' on line 4
Trace/breakpoint trap (core dumped)

So gnome-themes-standard can be 3.16, but gtk3, nautilus and totem have to be 3.14 to prevent that frame-around-Gnome-windows-in-other-DEs-problem.

2015-04-11 11:41 GMT+02:00 Olaf Leidinger <oleid mescharet de>:

> OK, I'm one step further and found out which packages to downgrade to
> prevent that strange frame/border around Gnome-windows-problem:
> The following downgrades prevent the problem:
> Downgrade of gtk3 (3.16.1-1 => 3.14.9-1)
> Downgrade of nautilus (3.16.0-1 => 3.14.2-2)
> Downgrade of totem (3.16.0-1 => 3.14.2-1)

I'd assume you only need to downgrade gtk3 and your themes,
gnome-themes-standard on ArchLinux.

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