Your message dated Mon, 12 Feb 2018 20:00:56 +0100
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and subject line Re: Bug#635748: [pgadmin3] Does not respect system background 
colors in "Object browser"
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Package: pgadmin3
Version: 1.12.3-1
Severity: normal

The object browser doesn't always seem to respect the system background color
for the nodes. Apparently, all nodes beyond "Servers" have a white background,
while the text color is still taken from the system settings. This looks like
a bug.

I'm using a reversed GTK theme, and this is making reading the text almost
impossible. I'm attaching a screenshot.


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Re: Guillaume Lelarge 2016-09-18 
> > > You're right on the issue. Unfortunately, there won't be any more
> > > pgadmin3 releases. The dev team is working on pgadmin4 right now,
> > > which is a complete rewrite of pgAdmin. A GA release should be
> > > available at the end of September if all goes according to plan.
> > >
> > > But still, thank you for your patch and your attention to this kind of
> > > details. They are important to us. I'd have been happy to apply it if
> > > there would be another release of pgadmin3.
> >
> > Yeah, I saw that pgadmin4 is on the way. However, perhaps it would make
> > sense to apply this at least as a Debian patch, since I doubt that
> > pgadmin4 will become available in official Debian or Ubuntu repositories
> > anytime soon. Or will it?
> >
> No idea. I don't maintain the Debian package.


this has been more of a "wishlist" bug anyway - given pgadmin3 won't
be seeing any more releases, I'm closing the Debian bug now.


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