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Old 6th April 2012, 01:55 AM
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Gnome3 Assigning Application Specific Themes

Hope someone here knows the answer to this.. hehe
I am looking for the file that assigns applications specific themes. For example Totem and Eog use the dark Atwaita theme while most of the rest use the light version. Now they are both in the same theme folder and I have searched in each and every file to find where you could possible specify while application would use which theme and so far no dice.

Can anyone shed some light on this please.. lol I am almost out of aspirin for this headache..
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