I'm running Ubuntu (9.04) and have a bunch of different types of apps installed on my system:
- GNOME apps like Firefox, gEdit.
- KDE4 apps like AmaroK and KATE.
- Qt apps like VLC.
- Opera browser, which uses Qt for OS widgets but looks different to VLC.
Basically I'd like everything to resemble whatever my current Ubuntu theme is - at the moment it's "Dust Sand" but I do change it occasionally. Is this possible?
GNOME apps are obviously fine. I've found the
qtconfig which has a "GTK+" setting that works for VLC. The main two things are KDE4 and Opera. There appears to be a
kde4-config app on my system but running it doesn't do anything. I remember running a KDE config on an older Ubuntu version, that was for KDE3. I could change colours and buttons but IIRC there were some things that still didn't look 100% right.
In Opera I'm talking about the menus mainly (and right click). Save/Open dialogs use GNOME, and Opera has its own skin (plus "Windows native" which is totally fugly, maybe that's inheriting the Qt options). I use the version from Opera's repos:
http://deb.opera.com/opera/ sid. Under "About Opera" is:
System i686, 2.6.28-15-generic Qt library 3.3.8b