[GNC] Transparent background on selected Transfer choice

Alan Hopkins hoppo52 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 1 19:18:15 EDT 2021

   Hello all
   I am using PCLinuxOS KDE5 with GNUCash 4.2 and have had the same issues
   with the transparency. The default style for Gnome/GTK applications was
   Breeze so I changed it to Adwaita and the problem has gone.  I wasn't
   that happy with the "look" though so I have since changed the style to
   Numix and all is working well.
   HTH someone.

   On 2/6/21 4:27 am, David G. Pickett via gnucash-user wrote:

I do not understand why Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is denied later releases.  How can you
maintain a family of products when you leave some kids behind on the side of the
 road for two years?  I do not care what release number is fixed under.  I do wa
nt the fix to flow to me through the normal channels as an approved, tested vers
ion.  That's not a lot to ask, normally!

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Good [1]<goodchris96 at gmail.com>
To: [2]gnucash-user at gnucash.org
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Sent: Sat, May 29, 2021 6:19 pm
Subject: Re: [GNC] Transparent background on selected Transfer choice

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Date: Sat, 29 May 2021 13:46:14 +0000 (UTC)
From: "David G. Pickett" [4]<dgpickett at aol.com>
To: [5]"gnucash-user at gnucash.org" [6]<gnucash-user at gnucash.org>
Subject: Re: [GNC] Transparent background on selected Transfer choice
Message-ID: [7]<554837847.809085.1622295974781 at mail.yahoo.com>
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I never warmed to flaptak or snap with their huge repositories of historic files
, or compile your own, which means you are off the standard update stream.? (I h
ave compiled personal fixes into many distributed packages, know my way around c
onfigure and all that, but I should not have to go there to get basic good opera
tion of current code.)? I wanted an update on the standard update stream.

The last bug report suggestion does fix it, so it could be distributed with 3.8b
 and possibly other versions to fix this.

Hi David,
I don’t understand your reticence to use flatpak. In my opinion, it is a wonderf
ul way to be able to keep up with latest fixes and features, and also be able to
 run a specific older version if there is an issue that makes the latest and gre
atest no good for your situation, as occasionally happens. Admittedly, there are
 some known issues with flatpak, see [8]https://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Flatpak#Kn
3.8B as in Ubuntu 20.04 repository is from Dec 2019.There will be no re-release
of such an old version.It may be possible to ship a fix for this problem with th
e next 4.6 release, but I’m not sure there is a mechanism that would enable an u
pdate to an existing gtk css file.Also, doing so may causes problems for users o
f other themes.
Regards, Chris Good
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