So . . . it's not "entirely" true but sounds like it is "mostly"
true. So, "mostly" I don't want apps on my system that don't
adhere to my chosen display configuration - and I don't want to
have to muck around to get them to use it either. It's a nuisance
and breaks the consistent look of my system.
Forgive me, but I just switched to Linux from Mac OS X a little over a year ago after 11 YEARS on Macs. I don't EVER want to go back to a system that FORCES me into someone else's idea of what my OS should look like. That's one of the reasons I switched to Linux - I can configure it to look the way I want. And with XFCE I have found it is quick and easy to do so - I can change the entire look every day if I want with the click of a button (thanks, XFCE Theme Manager). So, when I come upon an app that ignores my settings, I get bent out of shape. The Mac OS is a perfect example of an operating system you cannot theme outside of changing the wallpaper. I don't want to go back to that.
Thanks for listening and thanks to all the developers who make
Linux, and specifically, Xubuntu/XFCE possible. :-)
On 10/18/2016 06:26 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
On Tue, 18 Oct 2016 06:13:28 -0600, Dan Juarez wrote:The one problem I have with any Gnome application is that they do not adhere to whatever theme (specifically, Window Manager) selection is in use on the Xubuntu system.That's not entirely true. GNOME apps use the chosen GTK3 them, most of them just don't apply the wanted window title bar and don't allow to view a menu bar. However, even some (?) GNOME apps, at least one app, Evolution, is using the same window title bar and provides the menu bar, as non-GNOME apps do.Regards, Ralf
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