does a gtk kcmshell5 module exist?

Felix Miata mrmazda at
Thu Jul 28 07:52:53 BST 2016

Duncan composed on 2016-07-28 05:32 (UTC):

> Felix Miata posted on Wed, 27 Jul 2016 23:59:17 -0400 as excerpted:

>> If not, why not? I don't see one in kcmshell5 --list output. :-(

> AFAIK, no, doesn't exist.

> The colors module has an option to apply the color scheme to non-kde
> apps, and that will write appropriate gtkrc files to set gtk app colors,
> but AFAIK, little else gtk-related can be set using kde system settings.

> Which is frustrating, as it'd be useful to be able to set various other
> gtk elements like widget style, fonts, etc, without having to having to
> figure out which gtk-based package to install, along with possible deps,
> to do it, something I've never taken time to research.

I asked because I had hoped to include such in a screenshot, with a more 
efficient use of space than a systemsettings window. is the 
actual screenshot in the context for which created, a show of gtk3 regression 
high DPI KDE users of Mozilla products are likely to be seeing soon, if they 
aren't already.
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