draekko.software writes:
> Maybe for starters offer input on the current Dark Theme and if there might
> be interest in a new light & grey theme as well or any other suggestions for
> that matter. You can find the themes here:
[ ... ]
> Light Theme
> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=759648
> Alternate Light Theme (Lighter, more color contrast on some items/widgets)
> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=759830

Both the light themes seem quite dark and not very contrasty
(with black text and icons) compared to the GIMP I currently see,
which has a background color of #dcdad5 rather than the #bdbdbd
used in both of the light themes for most icons and menus;
except the menus in the alternate light theme, which are pretty
close to what I see now in GIMP.

I'd like to see a theme option (whether or not it's the default)
that has similar contrast to the current theme; the new themes will
be harder to read for at least some users.

Or am I only seeing #dcdad5 because I changed my theme at some
point?  I'm pretty sure I don't have a custom GIMP theme (themerc
says: include "/usr/local/gimp-git/share/gimp/2.0/themes/Default/gtkrc");
my .gtkrc-2.0 says gtk-theme-name="Raleigh", and I don't think I
set that explicitly, I think it was the default at some point.

Will these new GIMP themes override the user's GTK theme?

I'm using Linux with Openbox, no desktop.


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