Default look of gtk applications such as iceweasel is ugly, how can I change gtk applications to look like kde native?
migrated from stackoverflow.com Sep 22 '12 at 11:09
For KDE3: Make sure you have the package
I suppose it's similar for KDE4. Just have a look at
for example to use oxy-white:
K -> computer -> system settings -> keyboard & mouse -> mouse -> cursor theme -> oxygen white -> apply
This if the first topic that pops up when you ask stackoverflow.com about "kde gtk", so I'll write my answer here, even though its an old thread.
What you need (for ubuntu and possibly other debian based distros):
On ubuntu you can install them with:
You need to download the source with git. To do this go to the folder you want to download it, and write:
This will download it to the the kde-gtk config directory. Now to build it, you type
And finally to install and use it
Keep the build directory and if you ever want to remove it just go there and type