On Friday 07 January 2011 15:16:58 Tiago Marques wrote: > While I still use it from time to time, the fact is I currently mostly use > Chrome, because it is rather pointless to me not to. gtk-qt-engine is buggy and unusable with most styles. Also when using qtcurve in Gnome, this setting supercedes any KCM_GTK settings and you just see brocken QtCurve in KDE3, with jumping buttons which become smaller and bigger depending on focus etc. Also GTK-based browser shows Gnome desktop in dialogs, as I use different desktop folders in Gnome and KDE, this is annoying. It also uses GTK icons Aslo it opens files in GTK applications, not in KDE players etc. > The browser is fast, > somewhat lean, renders everything ok and with a gtk-engine-qt package it > integrates mostly without looking out of place. AFAIK, it is not exactly > dependence heavy, so that's another plus for integrating a piece of > software from another party in a distro that shipped with Trinity.