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Changing default browser.
No solution in these years ? A simple workaround that works indeed, is creating a symlink in /usr/bin/firefox , for example, pointing, in my case to /usr/bin/icecat.
PB on KDE: themes ?
Hi everybody,

I'm using PersonalBrain 7 pro trial on KDE (Kubuntu 12.04), and I first used PB 6 pro on Gnome (Mint13).
On Gnome the look & feel of PB interface was quite similar to my gtk2 theme.
Now on Kde4 (I'm not expert about this DE) colors and controls of PB are not related to qt4 GUI, they are that of java I think, similar to this forum page.
This is boring, I love dark themes, and even character's dimensions and fonts are odd.
Does PB only interact with gtk2 theming ?
Is there a way to integrate it in qt4 interface ?
(I guess, but I don't Know how)

Thank you for answers
Colours
Hi everybody, I hope someone is still reading this thread.
I also got the problem of colors on my Ubuntu 8.04 running Java 1.6.0_07 from Sun Microsystems and Gnome. (system is up to date )
PersonalBrain is a very good program and I want to use it, but colors are very important for me to distinguish type of thoughts.
If I try to set colors either in 'Properties & Attachments' or in 'Preferences' window, nothing freezes but nothing happens.
Less important issue is that of setting themes : doesn't work, nothing happens.
I realized that neither in Freemind, an opensource mindmapper written in java, color setting works; so it can be a problem between Gnome and Java virtual machine. I don't want to change to KDE because Gnome is a very good desktop environment already configured for me and all other application are integrated with it very well.
Have someone tryed to run another java virtual machine for Linux, for example that from Blackdown ?  ..I shall..
for now
Thanks, hope we shall resolve this

(sorry for my quite poor english, school memories)
Davide


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