I'm not sure exactly which package is the culprit here, but I'm assigning it to gtk3 since its upgrade caused the problem to manifest. It may be that Clearlooks needs to be modified to work with the newer gtk3, however.
After upgrading from gtk3-3.13.1-2.fc21.x86_64 to gtk3-3.13.5-2.fc21.x86_64 (along with a few dependencies), the title bars for focused windows are no longer rendered correctly. Prior to the upgrade, they had white text on a blue background. After the upgrade the background is light grey -- the text is almost unreadable. I will attach some screenshots showing the problem.
This problem appears to affect only the Clearlooks theme and other similar ones (like Clearlooks-phenix).
Of course, due to package dependencies gtk3 can not be upgraded on its own. I was able to minimize the package upgrade set to:
I can provide the versions of other packages on my system, if necessary.
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Focused title bar prior to the upgrade
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Focused title bar after the upgrade
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Unfocused title bar after the upgrade
Unfocused title bars don't appear to be adversely affected by the upgrade.
This is still a problem as of gtk3-3.13.7-2.fc21.x86_64 .
I don't think there's anything in gtk to do here. This will have to be sorted out in the theme.
I'm not sure assigning this to clearlooks-compact-gnome-theme is correct. I do not have that package installed.
According to GNOME Tweak Tool, the theme is just called "Clearlooks". How do I find out which package this belongs to?
I am seeing this behavior as well, on fully updated F21.
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