Re: Color configuration issue on Plasma
On July 5, 2018 12:27 PM, René J.V. Bertin <rjvbertin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Have you checked under System Settings/Application Style/Window Decorations? That was at least the place to check until Plasma 5.11 .
I've looked there but found nothing of obvious or even obscure use.
> Wherever it is now, this KCM should give you a list of window decoration "themes", each of which can have configuration options. I don't see any option that affects the titlebar colour of the Breeze window theme directly, but maybe you are not using that theme without realising it? In the list I have installed here I see a "Pastel" theme that uses a horrible (IMHO) bright blue for the entire window frame.
Looking closely I notice now that a lot of changes I make do not seem to be taking. I'm beginning to wonder if there is some sort of permissions issue or something. For instance, cursor theme does not survive a reboot. Titlebar (and possibly other) fon changes do not register when applied or any other time.
I'm wondering if thereis a onfig file that can be edited by brute force in a text editor. Or whose permissions can be changed to that the configuration program will write to it.
> It's not entirely impossible either that you're seeing some effect of Ubuntu branding - though blue seems incongruent for Canonical's usual colour palette.
I suppose that that's possible. My mild disaste for Canonical grew to a kind of contempt when I saw that by default it installs an Amazon thing on the desktop. I'm writing this from a Debian machine, but Debian has its own issues that make it seem kind of obstinate sometimes.
After all these years, I just want something that works.<g>