On Sat, 2012-09-29 at 01:01 -0500, Bryen M Yunashko wrote:
So I set up 12.2 with GNOME in a Virtualbox VM. I had
chosen HighContrastInverse as the GTK+ theme via gnome-tweak-tool. Then
I went ahead and updated to 3.6.
After the 3.6 update, I noticed I no longer had high-contrast inverse
functionality. It was back to bright white environment. Going into
g-t-t, I searched and there's quite a few themes missing that were in
there previously, including the high contrast inverse theme. Now, it
only provides Adwaita and High Contrast.
This effectively makes 3.6 unusable for me. Is this an upstream
decision to eliminate the themes, or a packaging issue on our end?
Should such themes have been deleted in the upgrade process if they were
already in our system? If it was simply an oversight, we should try to
put them back in soon because those with visual impairments even worst
than mine will suddenly be lost and unable to navigate around once their
beloved inverse theme is taken out from under them.
From rpm -q --changelog gnome-theme-standard
- Update to version 3.5.92:
- Drop HighContrastInverse/LowContrast GTK themes
and the commits
So yes, this is upstream.
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