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GTK+ theme broken when using Ubuntu 18.10 (beta) #1040

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Jakethethird opened this Issue Oct 6, 2018 · 3 comments

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Jakethethird commented Oct 6, 2018

It should use system GTK theme when selected from the Interface dialog of the settings (after a restart possibly).

A grey 1990's style theme appears. Fusion and Windows work OK.

Possibly this is due to the new Community theme Yaru being installed as a snap and Qownnotes not seeing it?

I appreciate 18.10 is still in beta, so it is a good moment to look at this before the official release in a couple of weeks.

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pbek commented Oct 6, 2018

If you were using the snap than what you can only use the styling that is accessible to the snap... I don't think there currently is a way around this. Best use the PPA version of QOwnNotes in this case (there already is a cosmic version of QOwnNotes)...

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Jakethethird commented Oct 6, 2018

Yes it does. I'll continue to use the snap with the (decent) Fusion theme for now.

I am assuming that their Yaru theme is still a snap because that is how it was available in 18.04 and it is how they are distributing other basic functions (calculator, system monitor, logs). But having said that, it is not in my ~/snap folder.

edit: it is in the root snap folder.

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pbek commented Oct 6, 2018

Yes, maybe you simply have to wait until it gets available...

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