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[SOLVED] Bad interface's colors in Chrome

Posted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 2:02 pm
by ArkadioG
I've got Chrome 24.0.1312.56 on Mint 14 KDE.
I'm using in Chrome my personal theme and problem occurs with every theme installed from Chrome store

This is my Chrome's theme - You can install it: ... 0pz0oyviup

The problem is that Chrome is not using in full KDE's color schema - it uses it for menu items but not for bottom bar (for ex.: downloads bar) - here are screenshots.

I have checked in system settings that KDE's colors were forced into non KDE programs - in Firefox all is ok.

There are in Chrome settings buttons to use schemas: GTK+ or classic, and when I clik one of them colors seems ok but it cancels themes and when hover over menu item it is all white.

This is chrome without KDE forcing color schema - bottom bar's text not visible and hovered menu also white

Here Chrome with KDE's schema - menu items are ok but still bottom bar's text not visible

Anyone has idea why it happens or is there any file where it is possible just to change text color?

Re: Bad interface's colors in Chrome

Posted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 3:18 pm
by hydn
Are you sure you are not using a Chrome theme. Go to settings and enable default.

Re: [CLOSED] Bad interface's colors in Chrome

Posted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:00 pm
by ArkadioG
This problem occured also with Geany.

I have found solution - it was becouse i had in system settings > program's appearance > GTK config as GTK 2 theme set one I have installed (Mac OS-X), after i changed it to oxygen-gtk - all now works fine, programs use colors i've set.

I'm closing this thread