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themeinfo ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VERSION 0.5.1 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org Note: Only for feature requests and issue reports. WEBSITE http://themeinfo.sourceforge.com SETUP Open 'themeinfo' and scroll down to line 34 for the options. The defaults are for GNOME. After setting up the script, see INSTALL for installation and execution instructions. ---COLORS Starting at line 14 is a list of "colors". I have no idea how these actually work, but I think that these strange sequences are actually special variables that bash interprets as "set the color of the following text to x" where x is depends on what the sequence actually is. All you need to worry about is what is in between the double quotes. Scroll down to line 37. Here, you can configure your color options. color1 is the color of your distro. So, if you want the name of your distro printed in red, you would set line 42 to look like this: color1 = "\033[1;31m" Or, if you want it to be the same color as regular terminal text: color1 = "" The same procedure applies to color2 at line 47. This variable applies to the label of your theme information attributes (such as "Icons", "GTK", and so on). Your actual theme information (Such as "Crashbit" or "Clearlooks") will print in the same color as regular terminal text. ---AUTOMATIC CONFIGURATION themeinfo will try to figure out your information automatically if you are using a standard desktop environment setup. There is a list of possible options at line 54. Set the variable 'default_de' to the number correspoding to your desktop environment. If you find that this doesn't work for you, try the custom setup, option 13. If the automatic configuration does work, then your setup is complete and you can skip to the "Screenshot" section. ---CUSTOM SETUP ----WINDOW MANAGER THEME themeinfo supports the following window managers: Awesome Emerald Kwin Kwin4 Metacity Openbox PekWM Xfwm4 Support for Fluxbox is on the way. Set 'print_wm' to the corresponding number. ----GTK/QT THEME themeinfo can detect your GTK theme if you are using GNOME Xfce KDE4 or if you set your GTK theme via the ~/.gtkrc.mine file. Set 'print_gtk' to the corresponding number. Themeinfo can detect your QT style if you are using KDE or KDE4. Set 'print_gt' to the corresponding number. ----APPLICATION FONT themeinfo can detect your application font if you are using GNOME, gconf, or gnome-settings-daemon Xfce or mcs ~/.gtkrc.mine file KDE KDE 4 Set 'print_font' to the corresponding number. ----TERMINAL FONT themeinfo can detect your terminal font if you are using one of the following terminal emulators: gnome-terminal tilda urxvt xfce4-terminal Support for konsole is on the way. Set 'print_term' to the corresponding number. ----ICON THEME themeinfo can detect your icon theme if you are using GNOME KDE KDE4 Xfce ~/.gtkrc.mine file. Set 'print_icons' to the corresponding number. ----WALLPAPER themeinfo can detect your wallpaper if you are using GNOME feh Fluxbox KDE KDE4 Xfce Set 'print_wall' to the corresponding number. ---SCREENSHOT themeinfo can take a screenshot automatically using 'scrot'. Set 'call_scrot' to 'True' if you want it to or 'False' if you don't.