GTK Stylesheets can make applications look broken, and even unusable.Icon Themes can change icon metaphors, leading to interfaces with icons that don't express what the developer intended.App Icons are the identity of an app. Changing an app's icon denies the developer the possibility to control their brand.Appstream Screenshots (the screenshots used in GNOME Software or Flathub) are not very useful if they look nothing like the real app does once you install it.[...]Though we could disable theming directly in our apps, we do not want to resort to this. We believe that a technical solution would likely not be effective, because this is not a technical problem.The problem we're facing is the expectation that apps can be arbitrarily restyled without manual work, which is and has always been an illusion. [...]© Do Not Theme, 2019
Appstream Screenshots (the screenshots used in GNOME Software or Flathub) are not very useful if they look nothing like the real app does once you install it.
The evil is Gnome's incompetence at theming.
ranger is an interesting alternative to mc.http://ranger.github.io/
ranger is an interesting alternative to mc.
It's also a very lucky finding, because nobody expects terminal-based apps to have any automaticity.
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That flaw is well known. When I update my system, I need to first deinstall my custom app, and build it again afterwards. There's no easy workaround, unfortunately.
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