Re: Packaging WM themes - question
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On Friday 25 May 2001 00:55, Ben Burton wrote something to this effect:
> > Is it generally possible (I know this is possible with sawfish) for the
> > user to install a theme without root privileges? If so, then one big
> > theme package is useful to allow a user to browse themes, select the
> > one(s) they like, and copy it/them into an appropriate spot in their home
> > directory (after which they can delete the big package).
> Yes, certainly possible. I am however attached to the idea of a user
> unfamiliar with the details being able to simply say "apt-get install
> kde-theme-foo" and have it/them magically show up in the control panel.
> Of course I am open to being convinced otherwise. :)
My one comment is pretty please remember my poor clients out in the remote
areas, stilll limited to DIAL-UP connections!! Option 1 would be a killer for
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