I assume the 32 bit version of GTK3 release also does not allow it, as in the 64bit version.
I tried downloading the 32bit v. of GTK3 but keeps saying file is corrupt!
So my only option is going back to 32bit x86 build.
Because I need dark themes, easy on the eye for long hours and easy on laptop battery too.
I made dozens of dark themes over the years for NCP, Miroslav knows.
Many of them were broken about a year ago after an update, so I made more then.
Few of my themes are css only. Most are reworked versions of big GTK2 themes with many subfolders, resources, graphics, icons etc.
However if a future GTK3 allows changing themes, then I can probably use those few css_only single file themes. They are not the best ones.
On Linux, have not had time to play with distros for some months now as am busy.
But there is a new updated distro called Garuda, based on Arch and can work with most interface libs including KDE.
Garuda solves the problem of crashes and losing system and/or files by a very robust timeshift snapshots backup.
Can save system restore points at updates of sys or even apps updates/installs.
If completely wiped, can restore from Grub bootloader to reinstall most recent sys & apps & data.
I hope Miroslav plays with it, it is basically an Arch distro anyway, also made easy for those scared of Arch.
Looks great with KDE, might play with it next week if i get time:
Thanks again Paul, and hello again to Miroslav :)
Have a good weekend