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 Request

 
 by smika on: May 10 2006
 
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Hello,

Is there a optoin on this website or on another website to make a request for a program?

Thanks,


Smika
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 appearance in kile?

 
 by amerikkanu on: May 12 2006
 
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hey, is there a way to change the background color in kile? anything but white will do! thanks much.


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 gtk-2.0 theme

 
 by chras0 on: May 12 2006
 
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how do i install a theme that contains a gtk-2.0 folder and a gtkrc file inside?
is it installable?
is this comptible with kde?


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 Re: gtk-2.0 theme

 
 by anXemptyXpromise on: May 29 2006
 
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gtk themes are not KDE compatible, they work for XFCE and Gnome. To install them you can put them into you ~/.themes folder (or in /usr/share/themes) but then you need gnome to select theme.


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 Cursor themes

 
 by beepa1 on: May 13 2006
 
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I hope someone else uses this forum I see no answers to posts?? Anyway I am trying to change cursor themes in KDE but it always says they are invalid themes? How do I get KDE to recognize the themes I've downloaded??


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 Re: Cursor themes

 
 by jlue on: May 15 2006
 
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Hey there,
I wonder as well how 45000 registered users either don't know or don't care... Or is it because google is out there as well?
The cursor theme installation might fail because a package you downloaded is not prepared for the KDE Mouse theme installation tool. So you want to unpack the downloaded archive and search for a directory within, which contains a file "index.theme" and a directory "cursors". That's a cursor theme directory. Copy this directory *into* either ~/.icons, /usr/share/icons or /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/icons (so you have ~/.icons/my-cursor-theme-name/index.theme - create the "icons" directory, if it doesn't exist). Go back to the Mouse theme tool and select the cursors which should appear there now. Have fun.


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 startup themes?

 
 by N7DR on: May 20 2006
 
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Every time I start Superkaramba, it starts with a theme I don't want, and I have to spend a minute or two turning off that theme and adding the ~10 themes that I do want.

How do I configure Superkaramba to start with the themes I want instead of the theme it wants?


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 yeah, no replies?

 
 by anywavedave on: May 27 2006
 
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Surely one of you knows something and woukld like to share. That's what Linux is supposed to be about. Maybe all the Linux "pros" don't use any interfaces! The just do everything from the console and view video as binary code! Welcome to the Linumatrix! I'd help if I wasn't such a noob! That's newbie, for the benefit of all the other noobs! I got a message in the IRC that I was so noob I didn't even know I was noob! They were right! If I figure out the answers to any of these ?s I'll be back!


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