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Pop-up menu text #481

Nasgarath opened this Issue Jul 28, 2017 · 0 comments


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Nasgarath commented Jul 28, 2017

Unselected text in pop-up menus appears as white text against a white background, making it unreadable. Hovering over the entries does make it readable, however, so it is not a major issue, but still an inconvenience.

Changing the theme did not fix the issue.

EDIT: This is likely related, but I just noticed it now... If I want to save a log, when the 'Save As...' window opens, ALL the folder names are white against white. Hovering, in this case, does NOT work (which makes this more problematic). The only way to make the folder names readable is by selecting them (one click), they then remain readable. So basically I have to click on each and every folder to make them all visible, one after the other... not very convenient! Although, I'm noticing that using the arrow keys to go through them faster also works. Still not very practical, though.

As requested, some info on my system:

[root@unicorn ~]# uname -a
Linux 4.8.13-100.fc23.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Dec 9 14:51:40 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Window Manager: KDE Plasma 5.7.5 running on Fedora 23.

And... from Help -> About Potato -> Show Package Info :

Potato: 2.0.0b18
Tcl: 8.6.4
Tk: 8.6.4

System Info:
Platform: unix
OS: Linux (4.8.13-100.fc23.x86_64)
Machine: x86_64 (64-bit)
Windowing System: x11

Additional Packages:
All Platforms:
tls: Not Present
potato-flash: Not Present

Winico: Not Present
potato-winflash: Not Present

potato-linflash: Not Present
linflash: Not Present

MacOS X:
tkdock: Not Present

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