I really like gThumb but I hate that gThumb is using my standard ambiance theme when viewing images. The result is that I have a lightgrey background for images but in my opinion images look the best with a black background.

Here is the area I want to have black (look at the red arrow): enter image description here

Is there a way that I can configure gThumb or let gThumb use another theme than the rest of my programs?


Paolo Bacchilega from gThumb Mailing list helped me on this:



browse to org -> gnome -> gthumb -> image-viewer and check the black-background option.

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