Skype can't use Oxygen, it appears that it needs a lib32-oxygen pacakge to use Oxygen, which I obviously don't have (as there is not currently a lib32 package available anywhere for Chakra). Is there some way I can fix this without having to switch to the even uglier QtCurve?
If you're like me, you use Firefox and Thunderbird *a lot*. There is a bug in the gtk2-engines-oxygen package which causes these two Mozilla-distributed applications to freeze unexpectedly or run unacceptably slowly in Kubuntu Raring. Some people have tried switching to other GTK themes to alleviate the problem. I tried using Raleigh and it helped with the freezing, but not the slowness.
Hello, I'm using kde and I'm trying to configure firefox to use the icons used in the rest of the system, but continues to use oxygen icons.for gtk2 and gtk3 I'm using oxygen-oxygen-gtk2 and oxygen-gtk3 (also probe with qt-curve, but does not work)I read the guide that is in the wiki but did not help me. install the package to make settings from system settings but does not work.
If you don't mind pulling lib32-libraries in (e.g. when already using wine), use the one from lib32. There are 2 two bundles because one doesn't work with pulse and the other not without it (afaik some users have trouble to get it working at all...)
Removing [solved], the whole reason for a skype bundle is to NOT have to install lib32 packages. New skype bundle will need a rebuild to make sure this missing lib32 package is included, (or found if already included).Bug report is up for this, and confirmed.