dailies3000 wrote: ⤴
Wed Jun 20, 2018 12:54 pm
What is more, in nemo, xed and other programs, the arrows apart from being fat, are horizontal.
I repeated your steps and can second it.
Rather than updating files in /usr/share/themes, you can create a $HOME/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css and copy those lines over, as well as the selector:
But...that's clearly a bug and should be reported.
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I think the future is bleak
for scrollbars and gtk.
Hopefully, Clem will work his magic.
I'm trying LM19 Mate. I'm coming from KDE so this is all a little strange to me. I installed konsole and for whatever reason it has traditional, awesome, scrollbars. So I started down the Appearance Preferences path.
I started looking for traditional/basic themes at gnome-look.org and came up with OneColor
. I thought if I could find a theme that did what I wanted, I could just get the parts I wanted and put them into the gtk.css file.
I'm using the Clearlooks-Phenix theme, which I saw mentioned here
. The package is clearlooks-phenix-theme. It is super nice and has traditional scrollbars.
I clicked the customize button and the Controls > Clearlooks-Phenix, Window Borders > Doppler-Left, Icons > Tango. I did the WinMe for awhile.
I did get normal scrollbars in all windows, except Synaptic Manager. They still auto-hide.
Now I'm going to go back and figure out why this theme worked.... My initial tries (environmental variables, css) of what use to work, did not.