KDE4 digital clock font color
suseuser04 at freemail.hu
Tue Nov 17 14:09:38 GMT 2015
>On Thursday 12 Nov 2015 22:55:22 Istvan Gabor wrote:
>> My question applies to KDE 4.11.5 (openSUSE 13.1).
>> I would like to change digital clock color font from gray to black. Digital clock setting offers a "Custom font color" option which I set to black (000000), but the setting is not applied to the font color, it remains the same gray. How can I change the color of clock font?
>It works just fine here, on KDE 4.14.2 Linux Mint. Are you also ticking the checkbox where it says "custom font colour"? I just tested this, and it seems the colour you select has no effect unless you also tick the box.
Sorry for the late answer. I had to look into this. The color of the clock font changes but not the the value it is set to. For example if I set the font color to absolute black r/g/b=0/0/0 values the font color will be 72/72/72, not absolute black but dark gray. If I set the font color to blue r/g/b=0/0/255 the font color will be 71/71/253, lighter blue. I took screenshots of the clock and determined the font color by using GIMP color picker.
Is there a way to fix this?
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