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So I have installed shutter and all dependencies after dependencies after dependencies... (both perl and gnome). Then suddenly, KDE based apps now looks like gnome (probably because of libgnomeui and the like).
I get rid of shutter since I didn't use it that much and I don't like my konsole have a gnome ui feel. Removed almost everything related to what I've installed while installing shutter but I still got the ugly UI.
@sorinm, I can't just remove everything I've compiled from SBO but at least I have done the .config part already. I will post the output of clean-system to show the installed SBO/cpan2tgz packages later when I get home.