I installed Okular on the default Gnome desktop to have a way to annotate my pdfs more powerful and streamlined than what Evince could offer.
I’m using the Adwaita Dark setting and the problem is with Okular’s toolbar icons: they are black on a dark background, so very hard to read.
Obviously, there is no setting in Okular itself to customize the Qt widgets appearance and I have no idea how to fire up a QT-theme editor.
I’ve installed Okular with flatpak and the KDE Adwaita adapter was included. This is the list of relevant flatpaks I got:
Fedora Platform org.fedoraproject.Platform Freedesktop Platform org.freedesktop.Platform default org.freedesktop.Platform.GL.default Freedesktop SDK org.freedesktop.Sdk GNOME Application Platform version 3.38 org.gnome.Platform GNOME Application Platform version 40 org.gnome.Platform Adwaita dark GTK theme org.gtk.Gtk3theme.Adwaita-dark Adwaita theme org.kde.KStyle.Adwaita KDE Application Platform org.kde.Platform QGnomePlatform org.kde.PlatformTheme.QGnomePlatform QtSNI org.kde.PlatformTheme.QtSNI QGnomePlatform-decoration org.kde.WaylandDecoration.QGnomePlatform-decoration Okular org.kde.okular
How can I either:
- change the theme for Okular or Qt to a light one?
- change the icons used by Okular to something readable on a dark background?