I’m sorry I’m not really big with the inner workings of the GUI, I’m a long time Windows user with some Ubuntu administration knowledge so I’m sure you can see how I would get confused on all of the components.
Sorry for the late reply. I’ve had a look at your link and I’m not sure other than I haven’t really been messing with the Qt themes since I’m not picky, but I’m pretty sure I’m using Adwaita.
I have also tried messing with the settings after installing kde-gtk-config but to no avail.
I haven’t changed any theme settings before the update and it just kind of messed up on it’s own, every Qt GUI has this visual glitch. Is there any way to return things back to normal?
I would also not mind having to completely reset all of my themes/settings to do this.
That works under KDE Plasma as requires kdecoration …
If you did not replaced manjaro-xfce-settings then you can copy all the files in /etc/skel/ to your home directory while you are logged out, and once you log in it would all be as was intended by default.
I just did that while logged out (outside of the GUI) as well, to repeat I have ran cp -r /etc/skel/. /home/<username>/ and after logging in, the issue still persists. I am quite perplexed as to why this would suddenly be happening with Qt.
Well, from commands outcome you seem to run only gnome, but from your issues, you seem to try to use other DE’s tools.
The sane handling is to have one and only DE and only to use it’s tools.
If you want to use a toll that depends on another DE, rather install it with flatpak : it’ll use DE specifics in a kind of container, thus not fiddling with your DE.