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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #30 on: 19. July 2014, 17:06:02 »
Hi,

I have a strangeness. The border of Chromium always appears blue :



not a bad blue, but a blue. Some idea to let it follow the theme ?
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #31 on: 19. July 2014, 17:14:19 »
I don't know how it is in lxqt but in settings when I switch to gtk it follows the theme I use
(and I'm pretty sure you already know this, so why did I answer? )  LOL
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #32 on: 19. July 2014, 17:14:50 »
Hi,

I have a strangeness. The border of Chromium always appears blue :



not a bad blue, but a blue. Some idea to let it follow the thele ?

in settings (in chromium) go to the bottom and press "show advanced settings", then you have to choose the gtk+ theme or the system theme (i am not sure which one - just try them). if you choose the chromium theme (which is the default theme), it will always be blue.
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #34 on: 19. July 2014, 17:15:52 »
it's not advanced settings it's third from the top  ;)
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #35 on: 19. July 2014, 17:21:21 »
it's not advanced settings it's third from the top  ;)
thx. i was not sure about of this.
the last i have used chromium was almost a year ago...
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #36 on: 19. July 2014, 17:22:57 »
Thank you to all three, solved.  :D I do not know how I could not see.  ???

@ excalibur : I think to replace qupzilla by chromium...
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #37 on: 19. July 2014, 18:04:07 »
I think to replace qupzilla by chromium...
chromium is better known than qupzilla, otter, and other small/light browsers. it is probably more secure as well.
but chromium is a resource hog as well (especially ram).
i do not mind at all, which default browser is installed, but newbies might.

how do you like the idea of having 2 default browsers installed in lxqt?
(yes, it increases the size of the iso file)

if you install chromium by default, how about installing pepper flash (from AUR) as well?
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #38 on: 19. July 2014, 18:08:45 »
Just throw in a browser it really doesn't matter much which one it is. Chrome, Firefox and Opera is the  best known for people coming from Windows but everybody have their own favorite browser and will change to that one no matter what, so it really  doesn't matter which browser it comes with  ;)
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Re: look of lxqt
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #40 on: 19. July 2014, 18:24:11 »
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if you install chromium by default, how about installing pepper flash (from AUR) as well?

I thought to that also, of course I'll do it, if... Pfff, problem of choice  :-\
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #41 on: 19. July 2014, 18:37:10 »
i do not mind at all, which default browser is installed, but newbies might.

Yeah that's exactly that. But newbies might not install such an adolescent DE anyway. Just my 2c, I think qupzilla (or maybe qtweb) is a good choice for the sake of consistency and the slenderness probably desired when using such a DE in the first place. Or no default browser at all. No browser, no choice to be made. :)
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #42 on: 19. July 2014, 18:49:20 »
The problem is also that it will not stay adolescent... so we must go closer of the definitive
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #43 on: 19. July 2014, 19:00:06 »
True! ;D
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Re: look of lxqt
« Reply #44 on: 20. July 2014, 00:34:46 »
otter-browser       2.80mb
qupzilla             15.01mb
And at the buzzer..., it's little otter for the win! ;D
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