Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 74919
xmms skins broken bluecurve
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:31:20 EDT
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Description of problem:
You've set the Bluecurve skin to XMMS. Setting skin to none only works while
XMMS is running. Stopping it and restarting it results in Bluecurve returning.
Gimme back my default skin please.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.set skin to none
3.back to bluecurve
Actual Results: I got a mite annoyed.
Expected Results: Default skin should stick.
I ain't wild about your icons either.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 73799 ***
I have this problem as well. The default skin in XMMS player is acting as if
it is Redhat's BlueCurve, which quite frankly is the uggliest skin I've ever
seen (I had grave doubts the application even worked when looking at it).
Changing the default to any other skin will make it the default when exiting
xmms and restarting EXCEPT the actual (none) default of XMMS. There is no
apparent way to actually get the default skin of XMMS to be the default skin
Expected Result: The default skin of XMMS is the default skin instead of the
worse skin I've ever seen. Alternatively, manually setting the default skin
of XMMS to the default skin for next time run of application makes it the
Comment: This isn't a duplicate of #73799. In that bug, all skins wouldn't
stick. In this bug, all skins do stick except the xmms default.