Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Jul 2005 18:42 UTC
Opera Software Embedded Linux tools vendor Trolltech has announced a strategic partnership with web browser software vendor Opera through which the two companies will develop Linux products for the mobile communications and home entertainment markets. Elsewhere, Opera gets BitTorrent support.
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RE: Well duh! @ Anonymous
by on Wed 6th Jul 2005 21:33 UTC

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> [...] but it seems to me that QT is
> used for the user interface.

I doubt it! It looks completely different from any other application on the desktop.

> [...] but the menus and windows and such
> look like QT to me.

Have you ever changed your Qt theme while running Opera? All applications like Skype and so on change their look, only Opera doesn't. Opera doesn't even use the fonts from the local Qt configuration in the menus, even if you use the dynamic build. It's clear that the static build doesn't do that, but the dynamic one doesn't either.

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RE[2]: Well duh! @ Anonymous
by yokem55 on Wed 6th Jul 2005 21:59 in reply to "RE: Well duh! @ Anonymous"
yokem55 Member since:
2005-07-06

Are you using a staticly linked or dynamicly linked version of Opera for linux? If you are using the staticly linked version, the only themes that are available are the ones that are staticly compiled into the binary.

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