So the latest update, which upgraded only a few Gnome related packages, turned most things to a blinding white. The Settings, Extensions, Files apps are using the dark theme, and other base components of Gnome like the task bar. But nothing else! The Gnome Terminal, VM Manager, gThumb, Timeshift, gParted, etc, all are bright white.
Of course, that worked. Don’t I feel like the biggest noob on the planet now. I’ve been restarting for everything else. But changing the theme changed everything, but that one widget. (Technically, that’s a minor bug, but still…)
I need sleep. I can do so now peacefully knowing my baby is working normally. heh
Yeah, l somewhat get why many applications don’t follow suit, and they can adhere to countless frameworks.
The very last post was just weird to have everything instantly change with that legacy setting, except for that one thing. Everything instantly changed to dark. But in VM Manager, from to simple pull down lists, to complex embedded syntax highlighted text editors, and so much more all went dark with the simple flip of a switch. Except for only one component of a single app (the background for the CPU load). Until I rebooted. That one widget (is that the term?), was the only thing that didn’t change. So a very minor bug from an older framework, that Gnome has backwards compatibility for I assume? I think I was using Qt apps in the mid to late 90s. Damn.
It was the whole thing changing after an update, without even knowing the separate “GNOME Tweaks” settings even existed, that really threw me off.