[Gambas-user] About qt, a little issue
jussi.lahtinen at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 20:42:08 CEST 2019
There are applications that help you to customize your desktop, like
changing colors, scrollbar styles, etc separately. IE independently of used
theme. But I don't know about Mate. I use Cinnamon and I'm pretty happy
with the already existing themes.
Gnome-color-chooser works with many desktops, I think GTK+ based only.
On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 5:19 PM Cedron Dawg <cedron at exede.net> wrote:
> I just upgraded from Mint 17 to 19, Mate, on a different box, and have
> encountered a slew of annoyances as well.
> * The slide switches in the projects settings don't show unless they are
> in the off positions.
> * Scroll Bar sliders are nearly invisible unless I set a garish background
> * The IDE looks pale and awful
> * Non-Gambas, many applications don't adhere to the defined window borders
> It took me almost a whole day to reinstall what I tend to use and fix all
> the upgrade breaks (The Samba fix was hardest to find.) Nor do I think any
> of the styling changes are an improvement.
> Yep, I'm an old fuddy duddy trailing edge denizen. Unapologetically so.
> So, staying consumer level (i.e. use PPA to install, no compiling), is
> there anything I can do to resolve these peculiarities in the Gambas
> IDE/programs in Mint 19? Selecting Gtk for projects didn't help.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Benoît Minisini" <g4mba5 at gmail.com>
> The IDE uses gb.gui.qt, so use gb.qt4.* or gb.qt5.* components
> gb.qt*.ext component are not taken into account by gb.gui.qt (i.e. you
> don't have a gb.gui.qt.ext component). If you need a text editor, use
> gb.form.editor. If you need a rich text editor, you need gb.qt4.ext or
> gb.qt5.ext explicitely (hence gb.qt4 or gb.qt5 as well).
> Benoît Minisini
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