More blue on dragonized

Hello! I just came across this post and I have a desire to do it, but I’m having similar problems like those, above and below, and also after git cloned the repo my colors file also is known as SGS-blue. Are there any new files? Because I can make it from those. It changed only the settings and windows but the rest is pink.

I also don’t have Sweetified-blue color scheme.

Let me check :slight_smile:
in ~/.config
changes are in gtk-3.0, gtk-4.0 and kvantum, maybe more.
Give me some time. :wink:
In the meantime post your garuda-inxi, please.

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sure, thank you.

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On KDE it’s needed often to restart, ↻, for complete the theming.

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Yes, already restarted a couple of times. It was one small update from the KDE Discover that I clicked on. I will restart again.

I also saw that I don’t have .kde4 folder in ~
Should I manually create it?

Just wait, I will update the git. :slight_smile:


So, make backups from your configs first.

try my files, but maybe you must fix some parts, dpi, font, coursor, etc…
You can use meld to check differences.

Great, thank you. But where exactly should I place them? In /usr/share/themes/ ?

No, in your home folder


After all restart and check dolphin, right click menues, must be blue :smiley:

If I missed something?

I am using breeze, breeze-dark and “colors” sweetified-blue (sweet-blue) in appearance system settings.



Thanks a lot! It’s all good now I think.

I edited the config files by leaving my custom ones and changed the rest.
Sweet in Kvantum and gtk-2.0 folders were missing from my .config folder.
I didn’t had an assets folder in gtk-3.0, also.

I think those were the things that prevented my success without contacting the forum :slight_smile:

Anyway, I think it’s all good now.

It’s only missing a couple of stuff - like the borders and that too-transparent things, but I will find a way to fix it. At least it’s not pink anymore and my eyes are not hurting.


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appearance in system settings.

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Thank you @Kayo but it work also on hyprland :smiley:

I don’t have sweetified-blue in colors, but the breeze application style fixed the transparency and borders. Thank you!

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I am not good in KDE :slight_smile:
I edit Sweet, change all pink to blue, and save to Sweet-blue.
Maybe some one know where these files are stored?
Kayo? :slight_smile:

Color Scheme Files

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Under the heading " The Color Themes JSON Format" I think is what your are talking about.

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qtpaths --paths GenericDataLocation
sudo find -iname sweet-blue

I edit the git and add .local/share/themes/ files and add also the .config folder.
Don’t hit me :slight_smile: use what you need :wink:

Many stand on it, I altogether also up to the pink stuff, there we are both brothers in spirit, uh, eye :wink:

Maybe @FDG has an idea, whether it is also easier to implement?




^ Now if I find a way of changing these colors without completely changing the window decorations border would be awesome.

Use plastik ore others , also in appearance. window decorations.

Ups, I think changing the dot colors is not possible.

white-sur(e) theme?

Added on Gitlab color schemes.

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