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Opera doesn't visually integrates with KDE4.2Hello, I'm on Kubuntu 9.04 and I'm using opera_10.00.4394.gcc4.qt4_i386.deb
this is like menus should appear in all applications that really visually integrates with KDE4:
this is how current menus style in Opera:
and this another different style (KDE3???):
is it a my problem?
Originally posted by stranded:
Open Source = mess
Ha ha ha...
Well maybe in some cases - but closed source does not mean the opposite.
I looks like Opera is either picking up an odd widget style from somewhere or that menu style is part of your skin. Do the menus change when you change the skin?
I am running the same as HalphaZ, Kubuntu 9.04 (32-bit). To me, the interface looks ok, it is in Gnome where Opera looks horrible (like a Windows 95 app).
In time support for Qt4 will improve, as will the integration with newer UI's like KDE4, and support for Qt3 will decrease when its user base is sufficiently small.
Patience people. Opera has limited resources, but will get there in the end
Opera 10.0 featuring Unite! is here, go get it!
Opera Mail (M2) Issues... Please improve these important omissions from the great unsung feature of Opera - thanks!
- Please allow complete editing of & attachment removal/addition to messages within the database. Essential for managing your email database!
- The facility for forwarding/redirecting multiple emails, and composing to all email addresses for a contact
MY BLOG - - TAMIL'S BLOG W/OPERA TIPS & TWEAKS - - CUSTOMISE OPERA WIKI - LOTS HERE!!
(last thing: what i still don't get: one cannot drag and drop outbox-mails back to drafts. for years and years i am waiting for this tiny feature!!!)
you can try to use qtconfig and set the style to desktop default else to oxygen
Originally posted by L_V:
This setting in operaprefs.ini of V10 should set the file-picker to KDE one.
operaprefs.ini[File Selector] Dialog Toolkit=3
I get the Qt basic one.
Not too bad, but does somebody get the KDE one ?
Kgtk is a workaround which is absolutely not reliable anymore in KDE4, and more dedicated to integrate gtk applications in KDE (firefox, Thunderbird etc).
Opera should not need kgtk because Opera does not use gtk.
I suppose "Dialog Toolkit=3" is planned for KDE file-picker, as explained in Opera configuration help manual.
File dialog toolkit
0 = Autodetect toolkit to use for file selector
1 = Use Qt for file selector
2 = Use GTK for file selector
3 = Use KDE for file selector
Then very likely a bug somewhere. I don't know where to check bug status.