oxygen-gtk Package Added for Slackware 13.37

Generally I prefer a constant look and feel to the applications running on my computers, regardless of the window manager, desktop environment, widget toolkit, etc. that I happen to be using. QT 4 applications already behave quite nicely in a GTK+2 environment. However, I’ve been toying with the idea of moving back to KDE from Xfce. Because of this I looked for a way to get GTK apps to fit in with KDE apps. Enter oxygen-gtk. This is a GTK+2 theme engine that provides the default KDE theme, Oxygen, to GTK+2 apps.

A binary package has been added for Slackware64-13.37. It can be downloaded from my packages website, and the SlackBuild script can be downloaded from the SVN repo.

May 22nd, 2011 | Posted in Linux, Slackware
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