Please bring back the 'Global Dark Theme' to gnome-tweaks!
Beginning with the 3.26 version of GNOME Desktop, developers removed an option called 'Global Dark Theme' in gnome-tweak-tool that used to turn off/on dark theme for applications not based on GTK3+ (e.g. qt-based applications)!
After the update 3.28, there was only one way to change the value of that option and that was modifying the file placed in
~/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini (by changing the value of
Now since the 3.30 version of GNOME, changing that value works sometimes!
I don't know why and how but when I updated my Fedora 28 to Fedora 29 and that parameter changed to its default value
0, and when I changed that value to '1' again (like I did in v3.28), qt-based application worked in a dark theme, but then again when I restarted my laptop, those application (like
qbittorrent) are working in a light theme while that value is already set to
Now the matter is not why this method is just working sometimes (I can deal with it), the matter is bringing an easy way to gnome-tweaks so that users can choose on which theme should qt-based applications work, besides the options 'Application Theme:' and 'Shell Theme:'!
On the other hand, I really do appreciate the hard works behind GNOME project but I don't like the way GNOME 3 is developing these days! Omitting an old setting/feature and adding a new one! KDE is actually developing more pleasant, at least for me! But I still love GNOME and GTK+ look and feel.