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June 8, 2007

Howto set up a proper KDE look for GTK (Gnome) Applications

Filed under: Gnome, kde, Tuxicity — tuxicity @ 12:06 pm

If you like KDE, but also want to use some Gnome applications, if they would not look so ugly in KDE, here is the solution.

There in a plugin that allows GTK applications to use Qt widget styles.

Its fairly easy to use, most distro’ s have it installed and can be set up with Kcontrol > Appearance and Themes > GTK Styles and Fonts.

If its not available by default in your distro, a “gtk-qt-engine” package is probably available the repository. If not, here is a download page with some instructions.

Tuxicity.

GTK-QT Theme engine homepage.

1 Comment »

  1. You’ve been bookmarked, kind sir.

    Comment by Jonathan — June 22, 2007 @ 3:22 pm


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