cyrusza wrote:Installing gconf alone doesn't work if you don't have gnome. In that case you need to set theme name with this command:gconftool-2 --set --type string /desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_theme your-theme-nameChange "your-theme-name" with your theme name I had the same issue with Cinnamon 1.6 and VirtualBox which uses QT.
I run oneiric with fluxbox as the window manager, and gnome-terminal appears to disregard gtk theme. The theme support does work in other gtk applications (for example, in gthumb and in firefox), but changing the theme makes no difference for gnome-terminal. I have oneiric, and I use lxappearance to change the theme. Am I wrong in assuming that gnome-terminal is a gtk application?
Hi, I installed a bunch of gnome 3 themes in Fedora 17 via yum, but they aren't showing anywhere when I start gnome-tweak-tool.
Why is this broken?
these are the themes:
yum install zukitwo-gtk3-theme adwaita-gtk3-theme albatross-gtk3-theme bluebird-gtk3-theme egtk-gtk3-theme greybird-gtk3-theme light-gtk3-theme zukini-gtk3-theme zukiwi-gtk3-theme
I just found out how I can actually influence the theme settings in Chromium. They change if I change the 'GTK+' theme with Gnome Tweak Tool. So, is that really GTK2 or not GTK3 that Chromium is using?Yet I still believe that my Chromium installation does not fully consider the theme settings.