Themes and gtk2 engines should be modularized to display only most commonly used themes

Joel Bryan Juliano joelbryan.juliano at
Sat Oct 21 17:07:08 BST 2006

Alot of default GNOME themes and engines are installed by default that only
adds too much space in Theme manager. For example, Crux theme is not
commonly used theme, and is included in gnome-themes and gtk2-engines as
default. Alot of those themes and engines are unwanted, and doesn't fit
nicely in a modern desktop.

The default themes that will come up in Ubuntu should be selected in a
modularized fashion, so that unwanted themes can be removed and only the
distro themes, contrast themes, and default themes should be installed.

Carpe Diem,
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