Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 488682
metacity starts with modified theme instead of my own theme
Last modified: 2009-12-18 03:57:27 EST
Description of problem:
metacity starts with modified theme instead of my own theme (based on Mist)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Problem appeared on my notebook first but now the same error is on my home PC.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. set your own theme
2. log off
3. log on
4. you will have default theme
5. when you open choose theme window again theme is automatically changed to your own theme
modified theme after start of gnome session
proper theme after start of gnome session
Next informations. It is not always reproducible.
When I logged off and on theme was correct. But it happens often on my notebook.
After small research I've found where difference in theme is.
There is in Controls.
In my theme Controls are set to "Mist"
but after start gnome session sometimes are set to "Nodoka".
When I open from menu:
System->Preferences->Look and Feel->Appearance
Controls are automatically reset to correct setting (Mist).
Created attachment 334106 [details]
Correct theme look (with Mist controls)
Created attachment 334107 [details]
Incorrect theme look (with Nodoka controls)
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