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STiAT 30 Mar
Actually, switching the GTK theme in gnome tweaks to adwaita-dark does the trick. No idea why the "dark mode" does not set it for legacy applications, but that may be an incentive to gnome devs to actually adopt (the "we do stuff, you adopt and we don't care" attitude they showed in the past, not caring for the actual user experience. I think it bad practice though in terms of consistency while I understand wanting to push applications to use the new adwaita theming to be consistent with the rest, but I think at least minimal compatibility could have been kept.

Though, of course the incentive for developers to adopt would be less.

I do not understand the issue of them not deploying a systray either, relying on a plugin. Legacy support cut down (which pretty much comes down to fedora defaults) is a bit crap.

I think Gnome and Fedora defaults are at fault here. I understand the incentive of not doing stuff to make people migrate, but actually... that's a little bit much on the user.

By now I really got adopted to the Gnome (default) workflow though, and I have to say .. I expected it to be terrible by the description, and it isn't, it' actually pretty great. I though I could not live with the app switch mechanic, and it turns out - I do like it. Especially since I can keep one screen the same (mostly docs and shell), and switch applications (or rather activities) just on my primary screen pretty efficiently switching between the different applications (or the library and application in two source code editors) while keeping the shell and docs on screen. That really helps my workflow.


Last edited by STiAT on 30 March 2022 at 12:11 am UTC
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