firefox/open office integration with KDE

Nikos Chantziaras realnc at
Sat Jun 12 20:22:18 BST 2010

No, it doesn't.  The colors are all wrong; they don't follow the color 
theme I'm using in KDE.

On 06/12/2010 10:17 PM, michael at wrote:
> http://kde-
> looks very similar to oxygen
> Am Samstag 12 Juni 2010 21:08:17 schrieb Nikos Chantziaras:
>> On 06/12/2010 09:09 PM, Martin Koller wrote:
>>> On Friday 11 June 2010 10:57:14 Peter Lewis wrote:
>>>> I find this odd as I run openSuSe 11.2 and Firefox and Open Office are
>>>> both integrated with the KDE look and feel, Firefox more than Open
>>>> Office. Open Office uses its own file open and file save dialogues but
>>>> they are similar to the KDE native versions.
>>> The open office and firefox file dialog _is_ the same as the KDE one
>>> in openSuse 11.2.
>>> AFAIK openSuse people spent quite amount of time to make the KDE
>>> integration fly.
>> I looked at it, and Firefox doesn't look anything like a KDE app.
>> Buttons, menus, input-fields, and other widgets don't look right.
>> Neither do they follow my current Qt style, if I change it.
>> So unless I'm seeing a different openSUSE 11.2 than everyone else, where
>> is this "integration"?  Unless of course having a KDE file dialog counts
>> as "very well integrated" these days.
>> /rant off.

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