Type and version of your operating system:
Type and version of Gravit Designer you are using:
Desktop version 3.3.3 installed via Snap
A video showing the issue:
Gtk Theme problem:
- A detailed description of the bug or problem you encountered:
The default cursor (currently, in the next release 18.10 it will switch) is DMZ-White
This cursor is correctly displayed as long as you hover above either the left or right panels. As soon as you enter the middle area (drawing area?) the cursor switches to a black “old lookin” cursor (it’s some fallback cursor I think)
Gtk theme problem:
Gravit uses native file chooser diaglogs: as long as you select either the Adwaita gtk theme (default gnome) or the Ambiance gtk theme (defaul ubuntu until 18.10! then it will change!) the filechooser is correctly decorated and uses the gtk theme. But if you switch the gtk theme to for example the new (soon to be default) communitheme gtk theme (working title) the filechoser is undecorated and "naked X"
Some info on this: as far as I know gravit is built with/upon electron, correct? I think you need to build your snap with the newer gtk-common-themes snap which now includes the communitheme gtk theme.
It’s not like I request to support every theme in the linux universe (trust me, that are a lot) but it would be great if you would support the next default theme (communitheme <- working title: https://github.com/ubuntu/gtk-communitheme).
Thank you very much for this nice application and best regards,