Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 583272
qt apps on gnome don't use qgtkstyle
Last modified: 2012-08-16 17:04:37 EDT
From what I can gather, it seems that qt apps on gnome don't seem to be using qgtkstyle by default it they should.
My first suspicion is that folks seeing this have kdelibs (and the presence of the kde platform plugin), without kdebase-runtime being installed.
IMHO, we should fix kdelibs so it doesn't override Qt's desktop integration when not running under KDE. That way KDE apps would also integrate properly in GNOME out of the box.
agreed (if that's indeed that case here).
In case it helps, I have the following installed:
[duffy@Aiko ~]$ rpm -qa | grep kdelibs
And no kdebase-runtime
And I'm seeing the issue.
That's from before the KDE platform plugin for Qt was introduced. (It's new in 4.4.)
What apps are you seeing this with? KDE apps? Or Qt-only apps? It's unfortunately normal that KDE apps don't use QGtkStyle unless you explicitly set KDE to QGtkStyle, KDE overrides the style with its own setting. And even if you set the KDE style to QGtkStyle, kdelibs still disables Qt's desktop integration, affecting things such as button order. IMHO, as I said in comment #2, we should patch kdelibs to stop doing this when not running under KDE. It's also normal that Qt 3 apps don't use QGtkStyle, QGtkStyle is only available in Qt 4.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 14 development cycle.
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I can confirm this behavior. But i have no kdelibs installed. The mouse-cursor-style is also not used.
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