[Digikam-users] Tooltips issue
ozzyprv at gmail.com
Sun Aug 14 20:08:31 BST 2011
Same issue here.
digiKam Version 2.0.0. Using KDE Development Platform 4.6.2 (4.6.2)
I tried Settings>Themes>Configuration>Colors tab>Tooltips
I am assuming you meant "normal text" when you said "foreground".
My tooltips (when hovering over a thumbnail) have a black background and
On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 2:45 PM, Leo Noordhuizen
<leo.noordhuizen at gmail.com>wrote:
> Thanks for pointing me to systemsettings, which apparently has been
> installed when DigiKam was installed.
> In Application Appearance/Colors, tab Colors one can choose instead of
> 'Common Colors' 'Tooltip'.
> Changing the background didnt help, but changing the foreground color to
> white made the tooltips visible.
> There must be something wrong there, but it solved the problem for now.
> Kind regards, Leo Noordhuizen
> On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 10:28 PM, Erick Moreno <erickmoreno at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Thanks for the tip, Chris.
>> I found systemsettings, but when i try to change theme colors, I can't see
>> any background color as dark as I'm having in Digikam and Amarok. All
>> background colors are white or light blue, including tooltip background
>> Do you know witch parameter we should change or witch specific color is
>> causing this confusion?
>> Erick Moreno
>> On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 2:27 PM, Chris G <cl at isbd.net> wrote:
>>> On Mon, Aug 08, 2011 at 01:59:38PM -0300, Erick Moreno wrote:
>>> > Hi Leo,
>>> > Are you using Digikam under gnome environment? I'm experiencing the
>>> > issue with all KDE applications running under my gnome environment
>>> > 11.04 running Unity).
>>> > All tips that I found on internet use kcontrol to solve this issue,
>>> but I
>>> > can't find this software in any current repository. So, I'm still
>>> > for a way to change the KDE settings under gnome and solve this
>>> Coming from a different place (trying to get single click to work in
>>> Gnome) I know the answer to this. The kcontrol applet no longer exists
>>> in KDE4, it has been replaced by systemsettings (yes, it's really called
>>> that, with no K in it). Install systemsettings and you should have what
>>> you need.
>>> Chris Green
>>> Digikam-users mailing list
>>> Digikam-users at kde.org
>> *Erick Moreno*
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