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Hello I am trying to set up karamba on my gentoo computer. I have a theme set up that I really like but I don't know how to have karamba automatically load this theme when I launch it. For now I have to search for where I installed the theme and then select it. I just thought that maybe there is an easier way to auto-load a certain them or for that matter more than one theme.
I'm not aware of any setting that needs to be changed. In my experience, I just open the the theme I like and log out with that theme still open. When I log back in, SK loads the theme or themes I was running when I logged out.
Oh okay, then I think that the problem might be that karamba on my system gets an error when I reboot saying that karamba crashed and couldn't be shut down properly. Maybe I will try reinstalling it. Thanks for the input though