Re: What did I do to my theme?

Actually, there are predefined mouse-pointer "themes", which you can set
in gnome-mouse-properties, under the Pointers tab. Btw, you cannot
define your own "theme" here - unfortunately. Maybe some should write an
app for it? :)

On Mon, Jul 24, 2006 at 11:11:54PM +0100, Magnus Therning wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 24, 2006 at 17:21:39 -0400, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> >Thanks to a quirky mouse pad, some changes were made to my theme.
> >
> >I actually like them!
> >
> >But how do I find out what is being used?
> >
> >When I go th Preferences > Theme, a 'Custom Theme' is at the top of the 
> >list and is highlighted.
> >
> >When I go to details, for Controls andWindow Boarder I have Bluecurve 
> >and for Icons, Flat-Blue.
> >
> >Is this then my 'running theme'?  Is there any other theme setting 
> >buried somewhere else?
> Yes, that's basically it :-)
> There is one part that I personally think should be part of a theme, but
> doesn't seem to be at the moment--mouse pointer settings. AFAIK that can
> only be changed using GConf.
> /M
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