Am 10.04.2004 um 15:02 schrieb Sven Neumann:


Robert Reichel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

I've just installed gimp.app (Version 2, OS X) and wonder, how I can
change the appearance. I've found the 3 themes in the
preferences/interface, but that's not what I'm looking for. I've
downloaded the theme "panther" from art.gnome.org and want to use
it. But how?

Edit your ~/.gtkrc-2.0 to point to the gtk+ theme you installed. You will need to add a line like this:

gtk-theme-name = "Panther"

This will change the look of all gtk+-2.0 applications that you
use. Alternatively you can put this into your ~/.gimp-2.0/gtkrc. It
will only affect GIMP then.

Thanks for your help. Since I don't have any gtk-apps installed but gimp, I don't have the ~/.gtkrc-2.0-tree. Please, can you go a bit into detail how I can modify the gtkrc-file to point to the installed theme? And where do I have to install the theme to. I've tried a lot of things without results... And please remember, I don't have DarwinPorts or s.t. like this installed. I have the Apple X11.app installed and on this base the gimp.app.

There are three themes in the Preferences dialog? I know about "Small" and "Default". What is the third?

The third one is named "OriginalDefault"



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