Description of problem: The version of audacious in F13 has a problem where you cannot see the text in the context menus. This makes it extremely difficult to select the correct menu item..
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Right click on audacious to select menu, or open the file open dialog box.
Selected a KDE install instead of GNOME, not sure if that matters (it shouldn't)
Don't assume that it is the same for everybody. It is not reproducible here with GNOME, Fedora 13, x86_64.
Some investigation is needed, please:
- Can you reproduce it with a fresh user account?
- Can you save and attach a copy of your $HOME/.config/audacious/config file?
Created attachment 421642 [details]
Audacious config file
Okay, it works with a newly created user. Attached config from broken user, but no different than working user.
I figured out the problem:
In my .config/kde.org/systemsettings.conf file I have:
I'm not sure how that got set, but this is what is causing the fonts to not show up in the audacious menus for me.
Okay, this configuration setting is written when you access the "System Settings" dialog box and select Appearance -> Fonts and then change a font (I changed Window title to be italic or bold italic).
Created attachment 421745 [details]
screen snapshot (KDE)
With a fresh install of F13 KDE x86_64 and default KDE settings, Audacious starts with dark-grey fonts, which are hardly readable. See comment 6 attachment.
> System Settings > Appearance > Fonts
Here I don't need to change anything. It is sufficient to click something and revert it again, then click the "Apply" button which gets enabled by that action.
Immediately afterwards, the fonts/dialogs in a restarted Audacious become readable until next reboot.
My post to Fedora's KDE list has not been responded to:
I can confirm some odd behavior alright, before and after tweaking systemsettings' font configs. I'm more than a little baffled, esp after trying manually adjusting ~/.gtkrc-2.0-kde4
Thanks, Rex! IMO, it's not anything like important, considering that it has never been reported before and isn't anything like a most-popular bug. Also, Audacious 2.4 in Fedora 14 features an alternative non-skinned GTK+ interface.
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