Follow-up Comment #10, bug #22787 (project freeciv):
You still fail to read what I say.
"Outside the pecularities of the Windows packaging ..."
When you say that this is not true, you are claiming that 1) You are not using
Windows & 2) You still have /etc/gtk-3.0/settings.ini as part of freeciv, not
The thing about Freeciv Windows Installer packaging is that in addition to
freeciv itself, it contains entire system of third party libraries and stuff
that freeciv depends on. That's like a miniature filesystem hierarchy from
linux contained in one Windows folder.
Crosser based installation would give you better picture of what is freeciv,
and what are the third party components. Crosser installation, that can be
used with multiple installations of freeciv, contains the third party system
parts, freeciv builds are just freeciv. gtk is part of crosser, and so is
/etc/gtk-3.0/settings.ini in the upcoming release. Previous one didn't have
one. (Hint about it being gtk3 configuration and not freeciv one: It's not
/etc/freeciv/settings.ini but /etc/gtk-3.0/settings.ini)
> The file settings.ini in the freeciv folder is not system-wide.
All the programs using gtk you have in that directory hierarchy, use that
settings.ini, not just freeciv. It's not system-wide on your Windows, but it
represents entire system on its own, and in any other OS equivalent hierarchy
is the root-hierarchy (there's no dozens of copies of gtk installed for each
gnome program to use its own)
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