On Wed, 2006-04-05 at 07:45 -0500, Rex Dieter wrote:
Erwin Rol wrote:
> What if I don't want to configure every little thing, or am not smart
> enough to do so ? And one configuration option that i could not find in
> KDE was the "follow GNOME HIG and theme" one ;-)
There is gtk-qt-engine in Fedora Extras, but, unfortunately, it's a bit
buggy wrt recent gtk2 releases.
Doesn't the gtk-qt engine create a GTK theme that uses a Qt theme ? With
other words GNOME applications look like Qt applications. For a gnome
desktop it would be better if there was a Qt theme engine that uses GTK
to draw Qt/KDE applications.
Also since Qt is GPL, doesn't the gtk-qt-engine introduce some licensing
problems, cause all GTK applications will than be "linked" with Qt, and
so they all should be GPL (which isn't needed with GTK)
And things like cut and paste, URL default aps, etc. still will be
different. The only two KDE apps i use are kdevelop and k3d and I hate
the small differences, I would not suggest mixing KDE and GNOME, they
are just to different.