Changing GTK+ theme does not affect mintMenu until you log out and log in back #47

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monsta opened this Issue Sep 11, 2013 · 1 comment

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It's easy to reproduce: select any other GTK+ theme in mate-appearance-properties and see that every other item on mate-panel changed its style - except for mintMenu. You need to log out and log in back for the changes to take effect. I guess you can also remove mintMenu from the panel and then add it back, but I haven't tested that.

Tested in LMDE and Mint 15. MATE 1.6 and mintMenu 5.4.9 in both cases.

@hordepfo hordepfo added a commit to hordepfo/mintmenu that referenced this issue Jan 22, 2014
@hordepfo hordepfo Several theming and color fixes
Restructured a bit how theming and coloring works. Now theme and color
changes work on the fly. No need to restart mintMenu anymore. Note that
changing theme no longer regenerates plugins, so it's faster.

Fixes issue #47
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@hordepfo hordepfo added a commit to hordepfo/mintmenu that referenced this issue Feb 3, 2014
@hordepfo hordepfo Several theming and color fixes
Restructured a bit how theming and coloring works. Now theme and color
changes work on the fly. No need to restart mintMenu anymore. Note that
changing theme no longer regenerates plugins, so it's faster.

Fixes issue #47
272eaeb
@hordepfo hordepfo added a commit to hordepfo/mintmenu that referenced this issue Mar 18, 2014
@hordepfo hordepfo Several theming and color fixes
Restructured a bit how theming and coloring works. Now theme and color
changes work on the fly. No need to restart mintMenu anymore. Note that
changing theme no longer regenerates plugins, so it's faster.

Fixes issue #47
491595b
@monsta

Fixed by #74, so closing it.

@monsta monsta closed this Apr 3, 2014
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