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#1 2011-10-14 23:47:34

shawnhcorey
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Theme Not Correct After Upgrade

I've just upgraded Xubuntu to 11.10 and I'm having problem with my theme. I've set the Window Manage Style to Retro and the Appearance to Clearlooks but some of the apps seem to be running High Constrst. How do I change this?

Window Manager: Window Manager

Appearance: Window Manager

Example App (sudoku): Window Manager

Last edited by shawnhcorey (2011-10-17 16:13:29)

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#2 2011-10-16 10:18:23

mmassonnet
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Re: Theme Not Correct After Upgrade

My guess is that sudoku isn't a GTK app.

Can you return the output of the command: ldd sudoku

If it is Qt, as in my guess, try running qtconfig and select a proper theme from this dialog.


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#3 2011-10-16 13:34:59

shawnhcorey
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Re: Theme Not Correct After Upgrade

OK

$ ldd /usr/games/gnome-sudoku
	not a dynamic executable
$ file /usr/games/gnome-sudoku
/usr/games/gnome-sudoku: a python script text executable
$ 

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#4 2011-10-17 15:37:07

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Re: Theme Not Correct After Upgrade

It's a GNOME app, so no QT involved here.

Can you check the running processes and look if there is a gnome-settings-daemon process running?

Can you try to kill it?

Can you attach a screenshot of the app running? It's missing in your initial post.

It can also be that this specific app uses GTK+3 now, in which case you need a theme that supports both GTK+2 and GTK+3. One theme that supports this two very well is Greybird f.e. and the default theme that comes with GTK+3 is Adwaita.


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#5 2011-10-17 15:56:56

shawnhcorey
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Re: Theme Not Correct After Upgrade

mmassonnet wrote:

It's a GNOME app, so no QT involved here.

Can you check the running processes and look if there is a gnome-settings-daemon process running?

Can you try to kill it?

Killed it; no change.

mmassonnet wrote:

Can you attach a screenshot of the app running? It's missing in your initial post.

It's the third one.

mmassonnet wrote:

It can also be that this specific app uses GTK+3 now, in which case you need a theme that supports both GTK+2 and GTK+3. One theme that supports this two very well is Greybird f.e. and the default theme that comes with GTK+3 is Adwaita.

Tried greybird; no change.

EDIT: Oops, the third link wasn't quite correct. You should see it now.

Last edited by shawnhcorey (2011-10-17 16:14:32)

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