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Is there a way to make checkboxes visible?

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If it's a design decision, then I respect it. But is there a way to make checkboxes visible again, at least in the browser?

 

I noticed them missing during 4.0.0 installation. Some checkboxes on some settings panels are visible with the Moksha Green theme, but definitely not in Midori or Firefox.

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After some experimenting

 

usr/share/themes/MokshaGreen/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css

 

at line 345

 

/*******************
 * check and radio *
 *******************/
.check,
.radio,
.check:insensitive,
.radio:insensitive {
    border-width: 1px 1;
    border-style: solid;
    /*border-color: shade(@theme_selected_bg_color, 0.9);*/
   /* background-color: @theme_selected_bg_color;*/
}          

 

It looks like sb really wanted that outline to be transparent by purpose.

 

Enjoy :)

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Please, can you show some screenshots in order to test it here? Moksha green theme comes with GTK theme as well so, maybe we should look at that. No promises though...

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Yes, the setting dialog is right. But I am not sure the uncheck will help. I recommend changing the GTK theme to another one. Mist works fine for me. 

 

Anyway, is anybody here who is familiar with GTK themes script? Any help is appreciated. I will try to look at that but I have never tried it before. Let's see.

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@gohlip, your solution worked.

 

I am, however, currently experiencing a bit of separation anxiety from otherwise "matching" Moksha in my applications.

 

Does anyone know if the lack of checkbox was a design choice? Or is it a bug/feature that could be amended?

 

Should this be marked solved?

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Last MokshaGreen theme release includes

 

  • GTK3 checkbox outline patch
  • Clock calendar day names and day numbers ellipsis patch
  • Ephoto "save as" file dialog (fileselector was unsusable) patch

 

Enjoy :)

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