GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 160185
Use gconf to store the 'use theme colours' setting
Last modified: 2007-02-07 15:27:34 UTC
1. Start Gnumeric. Put some stuff on the spreadsheet -- boxes and arrows are good.
2. Choose File->Print Preview. Observe how it looks: this is how it will look
3. Click the "Use theme colors" checkbox. Observe the change: now it's using
your theme colors, so it'll look different.
4. Close the print-preview window.
5. Choose File->Print Preview again.
Result: It's using the theme colors, but the "Use theme colors" checkbox is not
Expect: The checkbox and display should match. Either the checkbox should be
checked to match the display, or the display should use normal black-on-white to
match the checkbox.
(It does this for other applications, too, so I don't think it has anything to
do with Gnumeric; it's just easy to demonstrate there.)
Created attachment 34443 [details] [review]
Comment on attachment 34443 [details] [review]
reseting the toggle when we exit would irritate the user.
Created attachment 34458 [details] [review]
init the use theme toggle
This seems like a better approach.
Although for 2.9 when we add an optional gconf dep we should persist it there
Looks like this was obsoleted by other changes.