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Is there a way to make KDE applications (like digiKam) look native in GNOME?

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First you need the KDE's "System settings" application by installing systemsettings from the Software Center.

Search the dash for System settings and launch it . Then make the following changes:

  • under Style → Applications → Widget style, select GTK+
  • under Colors, select the colours to match your GTK theme or download the Ambiance colour scheme .
  • under Icons → Theme, select the icon theme you are using in GTK apps
  • under Fonts select "Ubuntu", size 11
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    Shouldn't be that configuration default in ubuntu? It would look much better, and less uncompatible. Any reason why it's not default? – Rafał Cieślak Feb 4 '11 at 17:37
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    @rafalcieslak feel free to ask a new question :) – 8128 Feb 5 '11 at 7:45
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    It's probably better to suggest installing the QT-4 configurator instead of the KDE Systemsettings manager - since the QT configurator does the same job for this case and has less dependencies. – RolandiXor Apr 17 '11 at 23:29
  • @Alaukik: relax dude... and actually I think you're wrong cause I've used QT's configurator in the past for the same purpose. – RolandiXor Apr 18 '11 at 16:37
  • The package @RolandiXor suggests is called qt4-qtconfig. – Tobu Sep 8 '13 at 21:38
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In Ubuntu 18.04, what worked for me was:

sudo apt-get install qt5-style-plugins

This is taken from the ArchLinux documentation. It also recommends setting the QT_QPA_PLATFORMTHEME=gtk2 environment variable, but I did not need that.

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