On 19/09/15 09:22, Greg Madden wrote: > > In my case, non-TDE means QT4 apps, Virtualbox and VLC. I have been geting gui > visual issues,black lines, googling indicates a bug in QT4.8.x , which > Debian Jessie uses. Does Opera use QT4? > > I tried the 2 gtk packages to see if they would help..a long..long shot..no > go..but I found another theme engine installed "qt4-tqt-theme-engine. I > uninstalled this and my issues with Vbox & VLC are gone. Hi Greg, VLC seems to be unaffected on my system and the qt4-tqt-theme-engine package isn't installed, so that at least is one problem I don't have. As far as I can tell the only gtk "engine" package I have installed is the gtk2-theme-engines packages which contains the "default" GTK+ 2.0 engines. > Hi Tim, > > I eventually resolved the problem by installing the packages below > gtk2-engines-murrine > murrine-themes > > Having installed them open tde control centre (system settings) appearance/gtk > styles and fonts. Under GTK Styles choose use another style and chose one of > the Murrine styles. I chose MurrinaBlue but probably any of the murrine > styles will work. Hi Nigel, I've installed the equivalent Mageia murrine packages, but the "appearance/gtk styles and fonts" option in the TDE control centre is missing on my system and I've not been able to identify what I need to install to make this option available. I do have the gtk-chtheme tool installed, but TDE seems to be overriding the choice made with this tool. Thanks again, Tim W -- Tim Williams BSc MSc MBCS AutoTrain 58 Jacoby Place Priory Road Edgbaston Birmingham B5 7UW United Kingdom Web : http://www.autotrain.org, http://www.utrain.info Tel : +44 (0)844 487 4117 AutoTrain is a trading name of EuroMotor-AutoTrain LLP Registered in the United Kingdom, number: OC317070.