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Re: gtk-chthemes - does it exist?



On Monday 05 January 2009 12:34:29 Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Monday 05 January 2009 11:43:41 Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> >> Anne Wilson wrote:
> >>> I'm trying to get firefox more usable on a netbook.  I can change the
> >>> fonts used on the content pages, but the 'system' fonts such as menu,
> >>> tabs and bookmarks all use a font that is considerably larger than what
> >>> is sensible for the size of screen.  Mandriva users have told me to use
> >>> gtk-chthemes to handle these settings, but yum tells me that there is
> >>> no such package.  Does it exist on a slightly different name in Fedora?
> >>
> >> Doesn't seem to. Can you point me to the upstream url or source rpm?
> >
> > I think http://plasmasturm.org/code//gtk-chtheme/ may be the upstream
> > url. Description:
> > Gtk-chtheme allows you to change the Gtk+ 2.0 theme when not using GNOME.
>
> Wow, that's a bad UI. 

Didn't thrill me either :-)

> I guess the rpm listed at
> http://plasmasturm.org/code//gtk-chtheme/gtk-chtheme-0.3.1-1.i386.rpm
> should work for you for now. Meanwhile, I will see if I can get it into
> the repos.
>
Thanks, Rahul.  I think it could be useful.  Particularly as netbooks are 
becoming so much more popular and they run KDE4 well enough.

Anne

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