Re: GtkTextView Color not being set under KDE
- From: Billy Biggs <vektor dumbterm net>
- To: Eduardo M KALINOWSKI <ekalin bol com br>
- Cc: Gtk <gtk-app-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: GtkTextView Color not being set under KDE
- Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 14:19:59 -0500
Eduardo M KALINOWSKI (ekalin bol com br):
He sent me a screenshot: http://kildclient.sourceforge.net/kild.png
The biggest part of the application is a GtkTextView. The background
should be black, it is set with a call to gtk_widget_modify_base().
The text that appears with a black background has a tag that sets the
background and is displayed correctly. However, the expected behavior
would be to have all the GtkTextView with a black background.
I couldn't reproduce the problem here in my computer, even under KDE
the display is fine. Anyway, does anyone have any idea of what the
problem could be?
It's the gtk-qt theme engine. It seems to somehow be messing up a
bunch of colours. Similar sort of bugs are being filed about Eclipse:
I haven't figured it out yet, but I thought I'd give you some tips
about where the problem is. :) Note that gtk-qt doesn't seem to be
maintained, so it may be hard to reproduce even if you get this theme
engine. SuSE seems to be shipping some version of gtk-qt based on a
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