gtk+ icon theme error in PCManFM
I'm using JWM and PCManFM on my Debian system. When I click on PCManFM, I get the following error:
There is no .gtkrc* file in my home directory. There is only a 'im-multipress.conf' file in the /etc/gtk-2.0/. There are many gtkrc files in /etc/gtk/ but i didnot understand them and there was no mention of gtk-icon-theme-name in them anyway.
As suggested in the error msg, I also tried creating ~/.gtkrc-2.0 and put the line: gtk-icon-theme-name="Tango" there. Did you say dumb?
What can I try? A link would also be appreciated.
Hm, strange - PcManFM doesn't depend on any settings manager.
To set up your gtk-theme stuff properly, try this:
* edit your .gtkrc-2.0
* add two lines:
include "/home/you/.themes/SomeTheme/gtk-2.0/gtkrc" # actual theme to be used
In a .gtkrc.mine, you add:
gtk-font-name="Bitstream Vera Sans 8"
and whatever else you might like ...
.gtkrc-2.0 is the default file for all kinds of gtk-theme configuration applications and is newly written, overwritten or generated. By convention, all tools leave the include line for "gtkrc.mine" untouched and there should all your stuff go into.
And Tango is supposed to be THE default icon theme, you shouldn't even have to load it by hand.
Nautilus runs with the gnome settings manager which manages loading gtk stuff.
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