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Old 10th August 2017, 02:48 PM
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Buggy themes on Fedora 26 LXDE Spin

I have decided to change theme in LXDE to Adwaita-dark. I noticed that GTK+ 3 apps are white and GTK+ 2 apps are dark. If I use default Adwaita theme, GTK+ 3 apps are dark and GTK+ 2 apps are white. Other themes doesn't have this problem. I tried to set manually dark theme in dconf, adding gtk-application-prefer-dark-theme=1 to settings.ini, but nothing helped. Can you help me, please?
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