Why does Radiance have GtkLabel while Ambiance doesn't?

Asked by Augustine Souza on 2012-08-20

I was looking at the gtk-widgets.css files in Ambiance and Radiance (/usr/share/themes/theme_name/gtk-3.0/) after the latest light-themes update. One difference I noted in the section titled notebook is given below.

Ambiance:
.notebook tab:active { color: @fg_color; }
.notebook tab { color: shade (@bg_color, 0.48); }

Radiance:
.notebook tab GtkLabel:active { color: @fg_color; }
.notebook tab GtkLabel { color: shade (@bg_color, 0.48); }

Radiance has GtkLabel but Ambiance doesn't. My question is: what is the significance of GtkLabel, and why does one theme (Radiance) have it and the other (Ambiance) doesn't?

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2012-08-20
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2012-08-20

I suggeest you report a bug

Augustine Souza (aesouza2008) said : #2

If some one from the project thinks that it is "intended", then reporting it wouldn't be necessary.

I don't know enough about themes except to be able to spot the difference.

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