In an offline discussion, it came up that Gramps is supposed to conform its defaults to several OS configurations. One of which is whether the desktop is in a Light or Dark mode. Maybe that happens in the main Linux development fork?
On Windows 10, I tried setting my OS to Dark (Settings:Personalization:Colors:Dark ) and starting Gramps. Neither the Edit:Preferences:Colors:ColorScheme nor the addon Themes Edit:Preferences:Theme:DarkVariant option were triggered.
Do either the Linux or macOS forks adapt to Dark OS settings?
And although the titlebar text adapted to the 125% font size in Windows settings, nothing else in Gramps GUI (menus, labels, Statusbar, view content) had larger text. Via Themes, the majority of the GUI & view content adapted but only SOME of the Gramplets adapted to a larger fontsize chosen in the Themes addon. (More squinting in my future.)
I believe that the language of the OS changes the defaults for the Installers. But does a change in the OS language AFTER installation change the Gramps GUI language? (Assuming that multiple languages were selected for the installation.)
Are other OS settings carried through? Such as the Calendar or Date format?
How aware of the system settings and adaptive is Gramps in your OS?