GTK themes in KDE

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# 1  
Old 07-28-2011
Question GTK themes in KDE

I have a problem with a GTK themes in KDE environment.
When I set the GTK style in application's styles in control center, it's looks like this screen:

GTK themes in KDE-picture1png

Arrows on "places" and "files": In GTK it's a "GtkTreeView" widget class and I can't separate they. It's only one color for a two things, cause it's the GtkTreeView.
But I need to have different colors for the places and files.

How I can get what I want?
GTK theme: Atolm (Sorry, but I can't post urls. You can find Atolm on gnome-look . org, or I can give you url in PM).
KDE 4.6.4

    include "/usr/share/themes/Atolm/gtk-2.0/gtkrc"
    style "user-font"
       font_name="Droid Sans"
    widget_class "*" style "user-font"
    gtk-theme-name = "Atolm"

# 2  
Old 07-28-2011
You need to check which theming engine the Atolm theme wants to use. Then ensure that that particular theming engine is available to it. Otherwise it defaults to a system-wide default theming engine. Unless the required themeing engine is available, the theme will not be correctly displayed.

Examine the Atolm theme files to figure out the name of the theming engine.
# 3  
Old 07-29-2011
Atolm use the Murrine theme.
And Murrine engine has already been installed.

I tried intsall other themes, but the situation is exactly the same.
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