On 08/12/2017 11:56 AM, Christian Bochu via enlightenment-users wrote:
Wed, 9 Aug 2017 16:02:46 +0200, Pierre Couderc <pie...@couderc.eu> a
écrit :

On 08/08/2017 06:23 AM, Pierre Couderc wrote:
On 08/08/2017 02:48 AM, Simon Lees wrote:
On 08/08/17 04:05, Pierre Couderc wrote:
Since some move (I think it is by migrating to debian stretch and
so to Firefox-ESR 52.2.0 (64-bit)), I see no more buttons, check
boxes and radio and all input fields.

See :  http://www.tol.fr/download/tmp.jpg

Well, I suppose it is not a e problem. But as I have explored
Firefox possibilities and found nothing, I post here in case
someone get an idea...

Thanks in advance.


Similar issues have been caused in the past by using out of date
gtk themes.
I do not think to have any gtk theme... But you gave me the idea to
start firefox from my .xinitrc (instead of start_enlightenment).
And the problem disappears, Firefox is normal.

So the firefox problem is linked with enlightenment. And the
problem occurs with the default theme !
Hi guys, I need some help on that even if I am alone to have that...

Have you tried Application Theme Settings ?


My setup is similar to yours and it works fine here.


Thank you, Christian. You got it.
I did use a GTK application theme named "Raleigh (v2)". I do not remind to have set it as I do not know what is a "GTK applications" theme...
But on you advice, I did switch to "Default" and my buttons come back !!
Thank you very much.
But there is a bug somewhere !
Two weeks without buttons in Firefox. I could have quitted enlightenment.


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