netllama at linux-sxs.org
Mon Sep 9 17:43:28 CEST 2002
On Mon, 9 Sep 2002, Rich Shepard wrote:
> One is definitely xfce-related, the other isn't but I hope to learn an
> answer here anyway.
> 1.) Now that I have 3.8.18 installed and running, I've set up the
> pallette dialog box to _not_ apply the color scheme to individual
> applications. However, now jpilot will not display in its own colors, but in
> the activated window border color. I find this both ugly and difficult to
> read. I've futzed and tried various things, but I cannot get jpilot to
> display properly again. Any ideas? Better, yet, what's the solution?
Sorry, no clue.
> B.) I upgraded mozilla to 1.0.0. I also discovered that under Edit >
> Preferences > Appearances > Themes I can elect to download additional themes
> from either of two sites. This worked fine when I was logged in as 'root',
> but fails totall when I'm logged in as me. Both download sites refuse to
> "install" selected skins. Quite puzzling and I'm hoping someone here has
> some thoughts of things for me to try.
This is occuring, because you're trying to apply changes to the global
mozilla themes collection. If you want to install user specific themes,
then you'll need to download the theme to your disk, and install it
Lonni J Friedman netllama at linux-sxs.org
Linux Step-by-step & TyGeMo http://netllama.ipfox.com
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