Re: Gnome problems trying to run Red Carpet

On Mon, 2002-09-09 at 10:29, Michael Meeks wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> 	Notably; if you set the gconf key for accessibility you don't need to
> export the environment variable for Gnome to be accessible; and you'll
> have fewer component related problems too.

However note that "pure gtk+" programs (i.e. those that do not use
'libgnome' and gnome_program_init modules for initialization, but link
only to GTK+ libraries) still use the GTK_MODULES environment variable
rather than the gconf key, for compatibility reasons which are probably

In practice the only case where you are likely to need this in the short
term is when using the "gtk-demo" program as a means of exploring the
accessibility support from stock gtk+ widgets; the applications and
utilities provided with the core gnome-2.0 desktop should be calling



> 	HTH, of course - when RC is ported to Gtk+2.0, [ the new RCD code will
> make the front-end much thinner I'm told anyway ], it'll not only work
> fine but make package management accessible, until then you need to
> unset the GTK_MODULES I believe.
> 	Regards,
> 		Michael.
> -- 
>  mmeeks gnu org  <><, Pseudo Engineer, itinerant idiot
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