Font colours in 2.8
geert.gnucash at kobaltwit.be
Mon Oct 16 16:07:02 EDT 2017
Op maandag 16 oktober 2017 22:03:39 CEST schreef Geert Janssens:
> Op vrijdag 13 oktober 2017 11:59:37 CEST schreef Mike Evans:
> > I've ranted elsewhere about the "fashion" of grey text on grey background
> > elsewhere on the web but I never expected it to appear in GnuCash.
> > I know it's trendy an' all but as an "older" (also grumpy) user I find it
> > hard to read grey on grey. In order to use the latest version I need to
> > change the font colour to black. It seems to be only the tabs are
> > affected.
> > I've tried the various settings in Fedora to change the colours to no
> > avail, is this hard coded somewhere?
> > Mike E
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> I understand your grudge against this grey text on grey background.
> I do want to point out this is not a conscious design choice of the gnucash
> devs. We get it "for free" from the default gtk3 theme (Adwaita).
> I don't think it would make sense for gnucash to redefine the default system
> theme for the complete gui. Instead there are a few options to sort this
> 1. you can directly tweak the colors as Bob suggested
> 2. alternatively you can also find a gtk3 theme that has more sane color
> presets. The advantage of this approach would be that is will work for all
> gtk3 applications you might have installed and not only gnucash.
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Oh, I wanted to add
as a good place to start when looking for a better gtk3 theme :)
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