gtk2-engines-pixbuf

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gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Post by rawmilk905 » 24. May 2015, 12:41

A theme I want to use requires the Murrine and Unico engines and "gtk2-engines-pixbuf." I found and compiled Murrine and Unico in Sourcery, but could not find "gtk2-engines-pixbuf" there or in Gslapt. The clearest link I found regarding the file in a web search was this one: http://download.gna.org/pdbv/demo_html/ ... 6.2-3.html

Thanks very much for any advice.

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Re: gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Post by gapan » 24. May 2015, 16:55

This is part of the gtk+2 package, so if you have that installed (you should) you already have it.
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Re: gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Post by rawmilk905 » 24. May 2015, 22:54

gapan wrote:This is part of the gtk+2 package, so if you have that installed (you should) you already have it.
Great! Thank you. It's odd that I'd be instructed to install it: http://xfce-look.org/content/show.php/A ... ent=147891
I should have noted that I am using the XFCE edition of Salix 14.1.

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Re: gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Post by gapan » 25. May 2015, 13:12

Those instructions are not for Salix. They are for a distribution that usually splits a single package into hundreds of tiny little pieces for no reason at all.
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Re: gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Post by rawmilk905 » 25. May 2015, 15:06

gapan wrote:Those instructions are not for Salix. They are for a distribution that usually splits a single package into hundreds of tiny little pieces for no reason at all.
Thanks. That clarifies it very well for me. It is a byproduct of documentation being for Ubuntu, Mint, Debian or "other distributions" when these "others" are extremely varied and diverse.

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