Heh, thats easy one.
Originally Posted by johnc
But I just straight tell you about the problem it produces, I think it is general problem of darker themes. I think I wrap it in codebox, so its skippable...
KDE 4.6 (not upgraded, yet)
Default font is somewhat creme-white and background grey dark.
So, here, right now, on phoronix, in *this edit box* I have white background(enforced by css?) with creme white font(as it should be). Hard to read...
Somewhere I get reverse - darker background from theme(as it should be) and black(urgh) font(enforced by css?.) - impossible to read.
I have blindly typed the text and doubleclicked to check Or pasted from editor.. I have tried to limit number of accessible colors within firefox. Even edited its config files, usually result was even worse.
This problem is with Firefox only.. Maybe I work around it, when I have bit of time, or you have ideas?..
KWin compositing on
Window borders theme: Perfection, by scnd101 ; (within window decoration manager) window borders:large, buttons: normal, button layout a bit modified
Desktop theme: Elegance(standard one), with "panel background" from Ghost
Style: Oxygen (defines how buttons inside windows look, ie widget look)
Colorscheme: Obsidian Coast (main color scheme, that easy (on my) eyes grey)
Used gtk-theme-switch app to change gtk theme engine to qtcurve(found it most appealing), I think nvidia-settings uses gtk.