Why doesn't Opera use kdialog on KDE?
Hi, I'm experimenting with Manjaro KDE and I see that Opera browser never use kdialog when I want to save a file in a custom folder. Instead of that, it shows GNOME 2 dialog.
Opera is the only Chromium browser that doesn't show kdialog when I use KDE. The rest of browsers I tested, Chrome (on openSUSE and Kubuntu), Chromium, Vivaldi and Maxthon show kdialog when I use them on KDE.
What's happening with Opera on KDE? Is it a browser designed to work only on Ubuntu Unity?
At least it's a GTk2-based dialog so it can be made to look like the rest of your desktop by using the appropriate theme...
The appearance doesn't mean for me. The true problem is a technological integration.