[Ardour-Users] Ardour buttons unreadable on openSUSE Leap

Paul Davis paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Wed Jun 15 09:48:48 PDT 2016

The white triangles are caused by the GTK system theme. You need to disable
themeing of GTK apps by KDE, or at least pick another theme.

You should also know that KDE is the only platform (across all of Linux,
Windows and OS X) that has failed to correctly implement window layering in
the window manager. We have tried to add workarounds for KDE users, but
your user experience will be negatively impacted by their refusal to fix


On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 10:52 AM, Brbney <brbney at gmail.com> wrote:

> When I first run Ardour I see
> Welcome to Ardour... a few things that need to be configured before you
> start using the program.
> The buttons lower right are pure white rectangles. How can I make them
> legible?
> I've tried various alternate "Application Color Scheme" settings under
> System Settings but they have no affect at all. I'm running KDE desktop
> environment with Plasma 5 desktop.
> I found some color definitions in /etc/ardour4/dark.colors but I have no
> idea which are relevant here, if any.
> Any clues?
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