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FS#11057 - GTK Styles dosn't show up in SystemSettings KDE4.1

Attached to Project: Arch Linux
Opened by Lukas Kropatschek (lukrop) - Tuesday, 29 July 2008, 21:28 GMT
Last edited by Pierre Schmitz (Pierre) - Friday, 05 December 2008, 12:19 GMT
Task Type Bug Report
Category Packages: Extra
Status Closed
Assigned To Damir Perisa (damir.perisa)
Pierre Schmitz (Pierre)
Architecture All
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version None
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 100%
Votes 1
Private No


I build KDE 4.1.0 from svn tag before the packages where in testing/extra, there was an "menupoint" for GTK Style in the System Settings. Now in the official packages there isn't such a menu-point. Maybe something went wrong while packaging. Please have a look into it because it really hurts to have big fonts in GTK apps while the rest of the desktop is nice and small :)

Thanks in advance
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Closed by  Pierre Schmitz (Pierre)
Friday, 05 December 2008, 12:19 GMT
Reason for closing:  None
Comment by Jaime Oyarzun Knittel (mitoyarzun) - Tuesday, 05 August 2008, 19:11 GMT
I have the same problem in KDE4 from extra. I compiled gtk-qt-engine from sources but nothing happened. Does anyone have a workaround for this?
Comment by Jaime Oyarzun Knittel (mitoyarzun) - Tuesday, 05 August 2008, 19:29 GMT
Well, I found in the forums a package that might work for you (it did for me): qtcurve-kde4.

I hope it helps.
Comment by Lukas Kropatschek (lukrop) - Tuesday, 05 August 2008, 23:30 GMT
Well, i got this package.
If your gtk apps use qt-curve you can use this package to make your kde4 look like your gtk-apps but i want to control the style of my gtk apps.
Comment by mutlu inek (mutlu_inek) - Wednesday, 26 November 2008, 18:32 GMT
I think this has been solved long ago and can be closed.