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PostPosted: Thu 03 Jul 2014, 02:13    Post_subject:  

Ibidem wrote:

I wonder though: what would be needed to change the default theme for GTK1.2?
(as in what a static binary looks like when dropped into an entirely unconfigured system).
Iguleder tried that but it turns out some apps rely on the default theme. ...see his github repo for the example (but you'd need to also patch some apps)

btw this isn't just gtk1 ... puppy's gtk2 gtkrc messes up rgbpaint (mtpaint light) because it sets a background color. which rgbpaint uses for colors

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PostPosted: Thu 03 Jul 2014, 23:37    Post_subject:  

technosaurus wrote:
Ibidem wrote:

I wonder though: what would be needed to change the default theme for GTK1.2?
(as in what a static binary looks like when dropped into an entirely unconfigured system).
Iguleder tried that but it turns out some apps rely on the default theme. ...see his github repo for the example (but you'd need to also patch some apps)

btw this isn't just gtk1 ... puppy's gtk2 gtkrc messes up rgbpaint (mtpaint light) because it sets a background color. which rgbpaint uses for colors


Oh, you mean his GTK1 repo (not any of the other half-dozen GTK1 related projects in there...)
But I was actually more wondering about the other parts of themes: xpm resources, proportions of the shading on the scrollbar, etc. (the Notif theme has the sort of effects I'm talking about)
I know they're compiled in, since you have working scrollbars even if you download a single binary.
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Jul 2014, 00:39    Post_subject:  

https://github.com/iguleder/gtk/commit/f5ea7846013086638ee53c85f4fec3be7c224cd0
in gtk2 more images are compiled in, but it may be better to have a default image location for themes and fallback to a built-in color. The standard way of doing this would be to use $XDG_DATA_DIRS (which would include /usr/share and $HOME)

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