Run an application with a specific GTK2 theme

I want to run an application with a GTK2 theme that is different from the global one. Searching the Arch Linux wiki, pointed me to their solution. Read the rest of this entry »

Tangoish clearlooking KDE

Every now and then, I get the masochistic urge to set up KDE to my liking. Don’t get me wrong, KDE is a great desktop IMO. Simply, for a person who prefers the simplicity of GTK, this can be a challenging task. Also, I like to have a consistent look and feel of my desktop, so I have to select matching themes for QT4, GTK3, GTK2 and (yes!) GTK1. Read the rest of this entry »

QT4 apps and GTK+ icons

When using a desktop environment like XFCE, the only thing required to make QT4 programs look consistent with the rest of the desktop was this. QT4 applications like Clementine inherited the GTK+ theme settings and apparently XFCE took care of the icons theme. However, this is not the case with E17. Read the rest of this entry »