From: javier ormeño <ormeno.javier@gm...> - 2008-02-18 12:57:40
2 good options:
first one: run "gnome-settings-daemon" at the start of your e17 session.
cons: consumes more resource. pro`s: easy to set up, just run a gnome
session and configure your theme, font and screensaver. then go to e, start
the daemon and it will be all there except the window border.
second option: install a theme and icon set that matches your e17 theme (in
example milky), you can find a lot on the web (gnome look, freshmeat etc..)
these will create in the hidden a folder in your home of theme in .theme and
.icons next thing is creating a .gtkrc-2.0 file in your home with the
gtk-icon-theme-name = "name of the folder in .icon"
GtkTheme="name of the theme"
oither options are
gtk-font-name = "Bitstream Vera Sans 10"
you could use gtk theme switch, but it doesn`t change the icon theme so you
end up editing the gtkrc-2.0 anyway.
that should be enough to get a close look of gtk theme.
I just installed Enlightenment E17 from CVS and it runs perfectly ! I juste
> have a Look & Feel problem with my applications (firefox, pidgin, ...) =>
> They all have a "flat" L&F by default :( I don't know if I forgot some USE
> variables to have a Enlightenment-compatible look and feel but this is
> annoying when I see the screenshots on the web site :) Is there a
> way/tutorial to do that ?
> Here is my USE variables : acpi, alsa, bash-completion, cdr, cups, dvd,
> dvdr, fbcon, gif, -gnome, gtk, jack, jpeg, -kde, mp3, pda, png, -qt3,
> raw, -tk, usb
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