The same bug happens for sudo, so I think the bug is in sudo package.
2009/5/7, Didier Raboud <did...@raboud.com>:
> reassign 527340 gtk-qt-engine-kde4
> Le jeudi 7 mai 2009 01:34:13 Rafael Belmonte, vous avez écrit :
>> Package: kdesudo
>> Version: 3.4.1-1
>> Severity: normal
>> --- Please enter the report below this line. ---
>> Opening a gtk application with kdesudo (for instance synaptic) in KDE4
>> causes that gtk application to do not apply gtk-qt-engine theme
>> configuration. The cause of this is that kdesudo looks for a
>> /root/.gtkrc-2.0 configuration file, while gtk-qt-engine really creates a
>> /root/.gtkrc-2.0-kde4 configuration file, if you rename
>> /root/.gtkrc-2.0-kde4 to /root/.gtkrc-2.0, kdesudo starts to theme gtk
> Hi Rafael, and thanks for having reported this bug !
> As I can't find any reference to 'gtk' in kdesudo source, I must say that I
> think this bug is either in gtk-qt-engine-kde4 or in sudo, with a preference
> gtk-qt-engine-kde4, so reassigning…
> By the way, do you have gtk-qt-engine-kde4 or gtk-qt-engine installed ? (Or
> both ?)
> Best regards,
> Didier Raboud, proud Debian user.
> CH-1802 Corseaux
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