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I have no idea what would happen if you were to delete it. Try just renaming it and see what happens instead. Otherwise, can't you create a new user and ...
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  1. #11
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    I have no idea what would happen if you were to delete it. Try just renaming it and see what happens instead.
    Otherwise, can't you create a new user and see what his .gtkrc looks like?

  2. #12
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    Acutally, I renamed it as .gtkrc.bak and the problems went away. Looking at the file, it was using XFCE's configuration for gtk and this was causing the problem. I was able to rename that file without any problems to kde since kde has it's own .gtkrc-kde file. So all in all, I should learn how to use gtk when I have the time but for now, things are back to normal. As always, thanks for your help.
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