Arch Linux, GNOME 3, SmartHome-Designer installed in the user home directory.
Following the guide https://docs.openhab.org/v2.1/installation/designer.html it seems that the newest version 0.9.0 at https://github.com/eclipse/smarthome/blob/master/docs/documentation/community/downloads.md#designer-builds does not provide Designer anymore:
Please note that the Designer has been deprecated is not part of the release anymore.
Eventually, I succeeded to run only the SmartHome-Designer-0.7.0 (I had to downgrade JRE to version 7 though).
What I am struggling with is the UI theme of the designer - the highlighted line in editor makes the font unreadable:
It would be okay to use some light theme, however, how to set it?
The UI seems to be very limited, I have not found a way how to set a general theme for the designer. I could possibly change editor colours one by one, but that does not seem to be feasible way to proceed.
I tried to set a bunch of usual suspects like
GTK2_RC_FILES="/home/mu/.gtkrc-2.0-light" having only one directive
gtk-theme-name="Adwaita" but this does not seem to have any impact on the UI at all.