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  • Nth_man
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    Originally posted by coder View Post
    Sure. Both konqueror and rekonq have black text boxes, when you point them at the main google.com. Another bad site is https://www.matroska.org/team/source-code.html
    Thanks. Using Konqueror and Kubuntu 17.04:
    - I don't see the problem in https://www.matroska.org/team/source-code.html
    - I see the problem in google.com, but not in duckduckgo.com.

    Rekonq is not being developed nowadays, people seem to prefer Qupzilla instead, although the packages of the latest Qupzilla version are not available in the stable versions of Debian, Ubuntu, etc. (https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=qupzilla) so I haven't tried it.

    In
    https://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?...9ddee&start=15
    Ben Cooksley, a KDE sysadmin, wrote that "The black text on black background issue is a fault generally specific to websites, as many specify the font colour, but regret to specify the background colour."

    When I view both of these in Chromium, on the same system/login/settings (kubuntu 16.04), it seems to ignore the Breeze colors for the browser pane and shows them as I normally see on other OS/browsers/etc.

    If you want me to submit a bug report on this, just tell me where.
    Thank you, there are bug reports (and some workarounds) in
    https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=47320
    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...bs/+bug/324398

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  • coder
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    Originally posted by Nth_man View Post
    Would you tell us some examples (some webs)? (to do some tryings on them)
    Sure. Both konqueror and rekonq have black text boxes, when you point them at the main google.com. Another bad site is https://www.matroska.org/team/source-code.html

    When I view both of these in Chromium, on the same system/login/settings (kubuntu 16.04), it seems to ignore the Breeze colors for the browser pane and shows them as I normally see on other OS/browsers/etc.

    If you want me to submit a bug report on this, just tell me where.

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  • Nth_man
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    Originally posted by coder View Post
    [...] it messes with the text entry box of some web browsers I occasionally use (Konqueror/Rekonq, I think). They override the foreground text color to black, but don't change the background color, which is also black. [...]

    Anyway, I guess it's really a bug in those browsers, since you should never override text FG color without either changing the BG color or making sure it contrasts reasonably well.
    Would you tell us some examples (some webs)? (to do some tryings on them)

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  • coder
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    Originally posted by ldo17 View Post
    There are drawing modes you can use to ensure a distinction under all conditions.
    Does KDE or Qt support anything equivalent?

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  • ldo17
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    Originally posted by coder View Post
    ... you should never change text FG color without either changing the BG color - or at least making sure it contrasts reasonably well.
    There are drawing modes you can use to ensure a distinction under all conditions.

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  • coder
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    Originally posted by Nth_man View Post
    It looks like it's using KDE Plasma's "Breeze Dark" desktop theme (https://www.ryananddebi.com/wp-conte...6/09/look3.png), which is understandable, because it's very nice :-)
    I'm a pretty big fan of Breeze Dark, except that it messes with the text entry box of some web browsers I occasionally use (Konqueror/Rekonq, I think). They override the foreground text color to black, but don't change the background color, which is also black. I spent a while changing every color setting I could find, but still didn't solve it.

    Anyway, I guess it's really a bug in those browsers, since you should never override text FG color without either changing the BG color or making sure it contrasts reasonably well.
    Last edited by coder; 16 April 2017, 06:18 AM.

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  • aht0
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    Did you try it on TrueOS or did you install it on Linux (Arch, for example, has it unofficially available to install)?
    TrueOS. I did not care about the DE, wanted to check if they had solved Intel iGPU driver issue actually when I tried it out.

    Inconsistent mess you'd have to deal with while configuring Lumina is my main issue with it though or I'd use it. Nothing else besides it and Cinnamon which looks nice, is not KitchenSink ReInvented and retains traditional usage logic.. XFCE4, LXDE, Mate are getting left in the past in the looks department..

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  • ldo17
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    /me waits for a desktop environment called “Lemona” ... “Lemona DE” ...

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  • creative
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    Originally posted by Nth_man View Post
    > > That looks pretty dang sweet



    It looks like it's using KDE Plasma's "Breeze Dark" desktop theme (https://www.ryananddebi.com/wp-conte...6/09/look3.png), which is understandable, because it's very nice :-)
    I have not used KDE for years my distribution does not have it in its repos but I could still install it, its just that the custom xfce wm on my system is already very satisfying but its really cool seeing what options are out there and what other people are running.

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  • Nth_man
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    > > That looks pretty dang sweet

    Originally posted by Sonadow View Post
    Not sure whether it is a trait of the Qt5 toolkit, but it looks almost like a carbon copy of Plasma 5 with different theming.
    It looks like it's using KDE Plasma's "Breeze Dark" desktop theme (https://www.ryananddebi.com/wp-conte...6/09/look3.png), which is understandable, because it's very nice :-)

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