On 10/15/2009 04:11 PM, Jud Craft wrote:
Usually I always install QtCurve and the KDE4 runtime libraries, so
programs look pretty consistent. Would be nice if a consistent
cross-desktop style (whether Nodoka/GtkQtStyle in KDE, which is pretty
decent, or Cleanlooks all around) was used.
GtkQtStyle is quite impressive. Only downside is that it works great,
but it seems to crash KDE-Systemsettings when I activate it...maybe
this has been remedied.
Frankly, I don't think Fedora's KDE spin should incur
the efficiency burden of Qt calling into GTK+ for in-
terface drawing. Add to that that all of the availa-
ble GTK+ style engines (with the possible exception
of QtCurve with a good set of configs, but that also
has a native Qt version) look fairly dated compared
to KDE's Oxygen, so it would be a pulling down of KDE
to Gnome's level, visually.