Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 985571
org.gnome.desktop.interface.toolbar-style not respected in GTK+ 3.9.8
Last modified: 2013-08-16 02:11:47 EDT
Created attachment 774934 [details]
screenshot of the issue: note toolbar-style is set to 'text' in dconf-editor, but gedit still has stupid icons in the toolbar
Running Rawhide, I did a yum update this morning and rebooted, and all my apps have icons on their toolbars. I don't like icons on toolbars, I like words. So I have org.gnome.desktop.interface.toolbar-style set to 'text'. But this seems to be ignored now.
The only package in the yum update that looks relevant is gtk3: it went from 3.9.6-1.fc20.x86_64 to 3.9.8-1.fc20.x86_64 . So I'm filing against that for now.
Oh, FFS. This is getting tedious. I picked up this tip from a GNOME developer in the first place, many years back, IIRC.
*I don't know what all those stupid fucking icons mean*. I always know what the word means. Please just let me have my damn word back.