Re: The GTK Qt engine needs to be patched.
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- Subject: Re: The GTK Qt engine needs to be patched.
- From: Adam Porter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2006 19:16:37 -0600
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Johannes Wolter wrote:
> On Monday 19 December 2005 08:02, Jan De Luyck wrote:
>> On Saturday 10 December 2005 19:55, Matt Sicker wrote:
>> > Since this is a package more useful to KDE users than GNOME users, I
>> > thought this would be an appropriate place to mention this.
>> > The gtk2-engine-gtk-qt package is not patched to fixed the black menus
>> > bug. Here is the patch for 0.6:
>> I've rebuild gtk2-engines-gtk-qt with this fix, works like a charm.
>> Package is available from http://debian.kcore.org/, use at own risk. It
>> didn't eat my laptop tho :p
> This package is built against kdelibs4c2a (>= 4:3.5.0-1), and I don't want
> to install kde from experimental. Does anybody know if there's a package
> available for unstable or testing?
You can build it yourself quite easily. I used apt-src, like this:
$ mkdir gtk-qt-src
$ cd gtk-qt-src
$ apt-src install gtk2-engines-gtk-qt
$ patch -p0 <patch.diff (patch kept saying it was malformed, so I had to
patch the source file manually)
$ sudo apt-src -i build gtk2-engines-gtk-qt
Then I logged out and back in, and it seems to have fixed it.
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