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  • Britoid
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    Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
    "Just rely on upstream"? The default Qt theme is kinda ugly and doesn't look consistent with GTK apps...
    They don't look consistent anyway and with the Qt theme are broken half the time.

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  • r1348
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    Does that mean that Qt apps in Gnome will look different than GTK apps?

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  • justinkb
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    I used to care about my apps looking uniformly, then I grew up and realized it doesn't really matter and my energy was better spent elsewhere

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  • Snaipersky
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    Why not just use breeze/breeze-dark, as that's the actual default for KDE, the premier user of QT? QT environments have no problem integrating theming for both QT and GTK, where the Fusion theme provides decent (not perfect, but acceptable) consistency between the two toolkits. Adwaita is not enforced and blame laid upon GTK when the situation is reversed, so why make things difficult?

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  • andyprough
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    to reduce the maintenance burden
    A lot of stuff sure did get burdensome after the sale to IBM. Oddly enough.

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  • Steffo
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    Typo: "QGtkTheme improvements from Qt5 to Qt5." - I guess you mean "from Qt6 to Qt5", Michael?

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  • tildearrow
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    "Just rely on upstream"? The default Qt theme is kinda ugly and doesn't look consistent with GTK apps...

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  • Fedora Workstation 39 Planning To Drop Custom Qt Theming

    Phoronix: Fedora Workstation 39 Planning To Drop Custom Qt Theming

    Fedora Workstation has long maintained the QGnomePlatform and Adwaita-qt projects for applying a GNOME/GTK-like interface and styling to Qt applications in order to enhance the experience. However, to reduce the maintenance burden and the ongoing technical debt, Fedora Workstation 39 is planning to eliminate the custom Qt theming and just rely on Qt upstream...

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