On 7/31/17 6:16 AM, Jonathan Ryshpan wrote:
Just upgraded from f25 to f26. Most programs run better, but scrollbars no longer have arrows at their upper and lower ends. System Settings used to have a function to control this, but it seems to be gone, both in native KDE and Gnome applications. How are scrollbars now controlled in KDE?
This has been an ongoing issue from F25 and does not occur with native KDE applications (for example, Dolphin) but occurs in both Gnome and KDE with GTK (I think it is GTK applications, the obvious one for this issue is Thunderbird) applications. From my experience with this and actually working around it, the issue is theme specific. There are themes will display the arrows on scrollbars and there are themes that do not. At the moment I am using the Breeze theme for GTK applications and that does not display the arrows on the scrollbars, but it did not display the arrows in F25 either, irrespective of whether you were using Gnome or KDE with GTK applications, but you could cycle through the installed themes and find one that did display the arrows.
I went to the extent of taking the Breeze them and manually modifying the css styles to specify the colour scheme I wanted to use, and to turn on the arrows, but I have not quite got it working correctly in all circumstances yet (this is its ability to display the colors I want rather than its ability to display arrows).
Thanks - jon _______________________________________________ users mailing list -- firstname.lastname@example.org To unsubscribe send an email to users-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org
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