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--- Comment #7 from Navid Zamani <> ---
Since this is still a problem …

(In reply to Juri Vitali from comment #3)
> change line 32 of
> /usr/share/plasma/look-and-feel/org.kde.breeze.desktop/contents/lockscreen/
> LockScreenUi.qml from
> colorGroup: PlasmaCore.Theme.ComplementaryColorGroup
> to
> colorGroup: PlasmaCore.Theme.ViewColorGroup
> or remove the line altogether.

I just tried that, and it doesn’t work.

I switched my theme to Oxygen, changed the file you mentioned, saved it,
switched the theme back to Breeze. Nothing changed.

I’m for giving the text a subtle outer glow of the opposite brightness than the
text. So as if the white text had a lamp on its back side, that emits light,
except the “light” is black. That way, it looks "white on white" but still
perfectly readable, and very elegant.
The reason it looks so good, is because in the real world, a white raised
object put on top of a white table will block some light from reaching the
concave corners, and our eyes detect the difference in depth and add even more
contrast to the edges. That is the intended look.

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