[Lazarus] Howto disable Lazarus IDE using a XFCE dark theme
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Mon Nov 6 19:13:09 CET 2017
On Monday, November 6, 2017, Landmesser John via Lazarus <
lazarus at lists.lazarus-ide.org> wrote:
> New Linux Distro Manjaro-XFCE and i use a dark theme.
> But that dark theme is bad for Lazarus IDE.
> Can i change that as an option for compiling the IDE?
> With Debian KDE there was in KDE Settings an option to prevent gtk-Apps
> Perhaps an option in XFCE-Settings?
> I'll keep on googling ...
> Tipps are welcome!
Theming is typically handled by your toolkit. For GTK, you will need to
modify files in a location like "~/.themes" or "~/.gtkrc-2."
E.g. https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/theming.html and
Theming can also be handled by your application. The best support for
theming tends to be implemented in this way. Unfortunately from a user's
standpoint this means each program must be customized separately. On the
other hand, toolkit wide theming support tends to not be very good. Form
components (like a SynEdit) may be drawn with colors not taken from the
Theming support for Lazarus might be a tall order but I think it would be
worth it. See Visual Studio's dark theme, for example.
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