Re: Theme Engine Warning
- From: Bernd Robertz <bernd robertz cssweb de>
- To: gtkmm-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Theme Engine Warning
- Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 12:03:57 +0200
a while ago I worked a bit with themes and the mailing list helped Me out
very good, maybe there are more solutions. Just try these first:
Check the theme-path for the theme you need.
This is mostly "/usr/share/themes". Your theme should be in there.
Check for the main gtkrc-file (located in "/etc/gtk-2.0") for the
correct path of your theme.
Install gtk-theme-switch/gtk-theme-switch2 and try to set your theme.
Look here for more info about Gtk-Theming: www.gtk.org/api -> Documentation on GTK -> RC Files
Check the theme for the appricated theme-engine, there are engines for
Gtk and Gtk2.
If all of these fails, install your theme in the correct theme-path of your
Or try searching the mailing-list, I know there are some issues like this with
Am Montag, 17. September 2007 schrieb Aaron Geier:
> I just upgraded a system to the latest gtk/gtkmm libraries. Now, after
> launching I get a warning message :
> Gtk- WARNING Unable to locate theme engine in module path: "galaxy ",
> I apologize if this is more of a gtk mailing list question and not
> I am aware there are theme files with gtkmm, and I have a feeling this
> has something to do with the theme file, but I'm not sure where that is
> located or how to fix it.
> Any insight is appreciated.
> Aaron Geier
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