Problem: Changing themes from bluecurve to another theme still causes
bluecurve to be the default skin for XMMS.
Version: Default install of Redhat 8.0
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to Theme Manager and choose another theme instead of bluecurve
2. Load up XMMS
3. change default back to XMMS norm, (none)
4. exit XMMS
5. Load up XMMS. Bluecurve is selected again.
Default remains bluecurve, and can't be changed in gui.
Default reverts back to XMMS standard default.
Moving the bluecurve skin out of the XMMS skin directory,
/usr/share/xmms/Skins, (or deleting it), will fix this problem. No great
loss. Its ugly, and with the mp3 support removed without a plug telling users
its suppose to be there, it gives the impression that the application just
isn't working, like an error is causing the window not to load properly.
The theme support between apps isn't integrated in this way.