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Hugo  Pereira Da Costa
Oxygen Gtk

QtCurve by HugoPereira 340 comments

You're correct. My mistake.
To configure the icon theme you'd need to add:

[Icons]
Theme=your theme

To the file.
I'll add it ASAP, and will document.

Hugo - Aug 16 2011
Oxygen Gtk

QtCurve by HugoPereira 340 comments

Problèmes is that various DEs dont have a uniform system settings, which makes what you suggest quite complicated (would require to read multiple files, in multiple format, with no idea about which one should have precedence over the other)

Oxygen gtk is designed do support KDE settings.

Now, You can change the icon style it picks by manually editing the kdeglobals file installed in its default config directory. (look for icon theme or something similar) - Aug 15 2011
Oxygen Gtk

QtCurve by HugoPereira 340 comments

What's your desktop environment ?
Oxygen-gtk tries to follow your KDE settings and fallback to oxygen, then gnome, if none of the two above is found. - Aug 15 2011
Oxygen Gtk

QtCurve by HugoPereira 340 comments

This is due to a change with Leon shadow system.
In fact you should not get shadows with any gtk theme.
Now if you upgrade to oxygen-gtk 1.1, shadows should back. - Jul 31 2011
Oxygen Gtk

QtCurve by HugoPereira 340 comments

It's a problem with recent gtk crashing when an icon is not found. You have to use a *KDE*
icon theme that contains the missing icon. Tango for instance. Sorry not our fault.
I plan to change the code to allow users to set the fallback icon theme manually,to have the missing icons provided even without changing the KDE icon theme, but you will have to wait. - Feb 12 2011