I am very attached to the visual in a system. I always try to change every detail that will serve me well (visually and usability). There is a detail that bothers me a lot: Why, even nowadays, with so many alternatives, are there dotted outlines?
P.s.: I know they are used on Acessibility or in case of navigating through a keyboard.
That was one of the reasons that made me run away from Gnome and go to Qt based DEs, like KDE and LXQt, where at first I didn’t came across them. But after a time using and seeking out the system, there they are:
Is there a way of eliminate those dotted outlines from KDE/LXQt or replace it for underlines or simply nothing?
On Gnome I managed to resolve this by creating a gtk.css file on /home/user/.config/gtk-3.0 with the following code:
But when I tested it here on Kubuntu 19.04 and on Debian 10 LXQt, it didn’t work.
As I said, it’s just a detail. I can live happily without it. But it would be nice to eliminate it, hahaha. It’s good to know something new as well, as long as I want to learn creating stuff on Qt. (Studying fot that)