Ubuntu – How to make KDE applications look native in GNOME


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

Best Answer

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