Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 106970
what happened to the bluecurve controls?
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:32 EST
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Description of problem:
Ihe control icons for bluecurve are gone. They went back to the default Gnome
style. What happened to them?
The menu icons what happened th them as well? They looked good before now they
have an outline that does not look good in my eyes maybe I'll get used to it.
My main concern is the control Icons.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.install default Fedora Core 0.95
2.open up nautilus
3.look at the control icons they are not bluecurve
Actual Results: bluecurve is broken
Expected Results: I liked the way you had the controls bluecurved (new word?)
in RH9, Severn 1 and 2.
Severn 3's controls look the way they did in RH8 when bluecurve was new.
I'm not sure which part you're talking about?
Do you get any part of bluecurve? Gtk theme? metacity theme? icon theme? gdm theme?
Same problem for me. The Metacity bit (window borders) comes out as bluecurve,
but the gtk (controls) are all GNOME. This happens in other windows too - the
theme selection window comes to mind - buttons are definitely GNOME.
Oh, icons are bluecurve too. The GNOME reversion problem seems to be GTK only.
yep gtk controls Gnome everything else bluecurve set on bluecurve theme.
Created attachment 95170 [details]
screenshot of theme problem
gtk theme on controls while everything else is bluecurve
Ah, thats definately the bluecurve gtk+ theme. But the gtk-themed icons aren't
right. I see. That makes much more sense.
owen: Did you change the icons in the gtkrc file
Fixed in redhat-artwork-0.85-1