Re: Cursors

> On Wed, 24 Nov 1999 wrote:
> > > I see a GNOME theme including:
> > > 
> > > * GTK theme
> > > * fonts
> > > * color scheme
> My point is that sometimes
> a user will really like a theme, but will desire to
> slightly change it to suit their preferences. These
> changes are usually font/color scheme related. What
> I was saying is that once these changes are made to
> a certain theme, this can be detected and saved
> as a new theme automatically.

I wasn't saying that you shouldn't allow the user to change font,
I was saying that maybe the gtkrc file should just be rewritten to specify the
font and colours.

> Same point here. I really like the ThinIce theme, but
> I wish the scrollbars were 14 pixels wide. Do I really
> have to rewrite/recode a theme to set this?

At the moment I think so, unless we specify some method for a theme engine to
get the users values.

> As for minimum size of the scroll bar, can this really
> be set by a GTK theme?

I'm not sure, but I don't see why not. It's probably not a very nice way though.


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