Hi, does anybody know how to change the cursor and icon theme in wmii? Are there any packages for this? Thanks.
Last edited by arcaprentice (2012-10-08 22:55:58)
As far as I know, cursors and icons are not handled by a window manager, but GUI toolkits (such as GTK, for example). But since I don't use wmii, I'm not a reliable source.
Otherwise, take a look at this. Personally I'm using lxappearance, but I guess this is up to you.
$ pacman -Ss icon-theme
for a start
Let's strap some XDG and FHS onto our dotfiles, shall we?
arcaprentice, welcome to Arch.
ayekat is correct. A window manager (like wmii) manages windows, not cursor and icon themes. lxappearance (and other tools) will show you what you have installed and allow you to switch between themes, and the link ayekat provided will tell you how to install more themes. The tools operate independently from the window manager.
Last edited by 2ManyDogs (2012-10-08 22:50:07)
lxappearance works for me. Thanks!
It seems I can just change the settings in .gtkrc-2.0 to apply the themes, and lxappearance does this for me. Thanks a lot!
You're welcome -- please mark the thread [solved] (edit the title of your first post). Thanks.