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^ Icon theme in cwm? cwm doesn't make use of icon themes, as far as I know. Where in the cwm interface would these occur? As cwm uses neither the gtk or qt toolkits (hooray for that!), I don't believe this is an option.
The default GTK+ theme engine can be modified by editing:
and appending a line similar to:
gtk-theme-name = oxygen-gtk
Some themes are available as packages ("gtk3-*-engine").
I picked that up today from a message in openbsd-ports today.
# this file is ~/.gtkrc-2.0
This is also how you configure the theme for GTK2
If LXappearance, gtk-chtheme and the likes do not work in your BSD you can always try to do your configurations by hand.