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Re: theme and font problem

I think that if you use kde and want gtk to look the same, you need to install 
the gtk and gtk2 themes gtk-qt (gnome uses gtk kde uses qt), so mozilla (gtk) 
firebird (gtk) will look the same. i've got ubuntu installed, and in my 
control center i have a gtk choosing menu in look&feel, but if you don't, you 
can install gtk-theme-switch, and run it, and change the theme to gtk-qt. 
change both gtk and gtk2 (gtk-theme-switch2 - i think)

>On Thursday 13 October 2005 22:33, Koray Bostancı wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've got some problems with fonts and themes in kde.
> I'm using kde-core 3.3.2 at my debian testing system. When i add a theme
> from the control center and start to use it, i can see the changes
> (menus, fonts etc) for example in konqueror. But the theme doesn't be
> applied in some applications like mozilla-firefox, mozilla-thunderbird,
> gaim etc.. I also see some fonts smaller than they must be (for ex. in
> gaim) despite the following packages are installed. The most interesting
> thing is that the problem occurs in web sites too. I see hole of the
> texts in some web sites smaller. But when i boot with ubuntu, it's normal.
> I think i've problems with gtkrc. Or else??
> installed packages related with fonts;
> msttcorefonts
> xfonts-base
> xfonts-base-transcoded
> xfonts-75dpi
> xfonts-75dpi-transcoded
> xfonts-100dpi
> xfonts-100dpi-transcoded
> best regards ..
> Koray Bostancý

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