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I use Gnome. I want to change the appearance of KDE applications such as Amarok. The colors in Amarok don't match the rest of my applications. How can I customize them?

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you can install qt4-qtconfig :

sudo apt-get install qt4-qtconfig

this tool to change any Qt 4 apps' theme, it's can mimic GTK theme too for Qt, but if there is any qt3 apps, use qt3-qtconfig

sudo apt-get install qt3-qtconfig

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Note that Qt4 apps mimic your Gtk theme by default (at least in recent versions of Ubuntu), so you don't need to install qt4-qtconfig to do it. Qt3 has no option to mimic your Gtk theme, so installing sudo apt-get install qt3-qtconfig will only help if there is a Qt3 version of your Gtk theme. –  Matthew Oct 15 '10 at 15:33
    
Is there any way to test this without messing up and then remove it if undesired? Thanks. –  Benjamin Aug 8 '11 at 16:17
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