This happens most probably if you have a KDE based desktop (on Kubuntu etc.). KiCad uses wxWidgets/GTK UI library which doesn’t always work perfectly with KDE. The problem isn’t KiCad specific. KDE should have settings for application style and Gnome/GTK style in System Settings. Change the GTK2 style. Some styles may not work but some do.
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