See attached screenshot : the user disk schematical representation lacks the colors it used to have and thus the schemas carry no meaning.
Created attachment 1052 [details]
New RPM package request =>
Obviously it's failure to apply diskdrake.rc
Though it looks like partition wizard is calling diskdrake::hd_gtk::load_theme()
I will try to look at it later. Can these be related to the discussions I saw about changing default gtk theme / replacing ia_ora with oxygen ?
The whole window does not look like it used to.
The engine may not allow setting colors for the widgets.
We currently use oxygen theme which quite some bugs:
Including visual regressions in drakconf:
General ping for Alpha 3
This is definitly a bug with oxygen-gtk, which I should be able to fix.
Would help if
1/ someone could send me the code that actually draws the guilty widgets
2/ possibly report on https:bugs.kde.org with a link to this bug.
(product oxygen, component: gtk-engine)
any input on this ? Or is it fixed ?
it will be hard to debug without a pointer to the actual code that does the job because, well, I cannot install mageia at each attempts ?
Should be rather straight forward to fix (on the oxygen-gtk side) when I have a look at the code though.
Hugo (oxygen dev)
As usual with drakx code, it is in /usr/lib/libDrakX.
The wizard code is in /usr/lib/libDrakX/fs/partitioning_wizard.pm
It loads /usr/share/libDrakX/diskdrake.rc
You can test it by running:
$ urpmi draklive-install
Then just press "Next".
You can compare with:
Since this bug is also quite a show stopper, I'll work on it today.
Attachment 1052 is obsolete:
Created attachment 1543 [details]
2nd step of draklive-install with Adwaita
Created attachment 1544 [details]
2nd step of draklive-install with Oxygen
Please test new oxygen rpm.
Anybody could have tested by just running draklive-install w/o a livecd at all.
It's fixed indeed