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Re: [trinity-users] New problem Ubuntu 16.04 TDE 14.04

From: Felix Miata <mrmazda@...>
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2016 22:21:17 -0400
Jonesy composed on 2016-08-03 19:27 (UTC-0600):

> Sl?vek Banko wrote:

>>Gtk-qt-engine sometimes causes problems. You can try to uninstall it
>>and install another gtk-engine, for example qtcurve.

I wonder if he could be thinking about this?

> Thankls for the quick reply!
> But, confusion!!!

>   |$ sudo apt-get remove gtk-qt-engine
>   |Reading package lists... Done
>   |Building dependency tree
>   |Reading state information... Done
>   |Package 'gtk-qt-engine' is not installed, so not removed
>   |0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.

> Do you mean this below?

> ii  gtk-qt-engine-trinity   4:14.0.4~pre1-0ubuntu16.04.0+0~a  amd64  theme engine
>       using Qt for GTK+ 2.x and Trinity


> And your suggestion of "qtcurve"...  That's it?  Just "qtcurve"?
> sudo apt-get install qtcurve    ??????????

# aptitude search qtcurve | grep gtk:

I use gtk2-engines-oxygen for 16.04/14.x. gtk-qt-engine-trinity is installed, 
but I can't use any Java apps, because their fonts are always illegibly tiny 
and won't obey DE font settings (TDE or any variant of KDE).
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