Is there any way to change the standard dialog button order in Xfce? Instead of the "standard" (i.e., in Windows, KDE, and what would seem to me natural anyway, to be honest) Yes/No/Cancel order it's always Cancel/No/Yes, even for KDE applications running on Xfce.
Yes.. Can be done.
Add "gtk-alternative-button-order = 1" to you gtkrc
Thanks, it worked... sort of.
(Sorry for the late reply, it's not that I've lost interest, but every time I try something out, I wait until the next day when I restart the computer, otherwise I would make no progress with my actual work... And I have tried out a thing or two.)
I have added the line to my ~/.gtkrc-2.0 . After this, the Gtk-based applications (like Firefox, Eclipse) have the button order I wished. (Yes/No/Cancel that is.)
However, KDE applications still have the "wrong" button order. (Interestingly, if I start KDE itself, the buttons there are all right. The problem is only with KDE applications under Xfce.)
I then also added the line to .gtkrc-2.0-kde and .gtkrc-2.0-kde4, but that didn't solve it either.