While it's not transparent like the rest of my windows it doesn't look terribly out of place. Using oxygen-gtk icons and gtk-kde4 package to set the colors and fonts the same under Arch linux.
on 03/28/2012 – Made popular on 03/28/2012
I finally got around to trying the latest version of Google's Chromium web brower earlier today, and after a few hours of use I couldn't wait to remove it and return to Firefox. For whatever reason, it felt slow and clunky compared to Firefox so it didn't appeal to me at all.
Hello, I'm using kde and I'm trying to configure firefox to use the icons used in the rest of the system, but continues to use oxygen icons.for gtk2 and gtk3 I'm using oxygen-oxygen-gtk2 and oxygen-gtk3 (also probe with qt-curve, but does not work)I read the guide that is in the wiki but did not help me. install the package to make settings from system settings but does not work.
(no, it isn't this) My bold fonts are completely deformed in some sites (mostly SE) in chromium. I have had this issue for a while on two Arch systems, but not in Ubuntu. Here is an example from a question I was viewing (getting carried away again ...):
As you can see, some letters are bigger than others, and it generally looks a mess.
A simple question really... I have Kubuntu 14.04 installed. The fonts in Google Chrome, Chromium, and Firefox look significantly different than in the rest of the system. Why? I do like how the rest of the fonts are being rendered. Can I get the fonts in my browsers look like the rest?
I cannot install Oxygen Icons svg, below is the terminal output when trying to install from Oktopi.-------------------------------------------------------------Packages (1): oxygen-icons-svg-4.11.2-1Total Download Size: 92.09 MiBTotal Installed Size: 358.38 MiB:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] :: Retrieving packages ...