GTK apps in KDE

Marcelo Magno T. Sales marcelo.sales at
Tue May 29 11:56:09 BST 2007

Olivier Hallot wrote:
> I have a Mandriva 2007.0 installation with KDE. I don't use GNOME nor I
> plan to use it soon.
> However some applications use GTK+ (Firefox, Thunderbird, Drakconf,
> etc..) and I have an uggly rendering of these GTK apps. What package
> should I install from GTK in order to customize the GTK appearance
> inside a KDE desktop (colors, buttons, fonts...)?

Did you try gtk-qt-engine? This software translates gtk calls in qt calls and 
the result is that your gtk applications can use qt themes. It installs an 
applet in Control Center so that you can configure its behavior.

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