(terminator:4561): Gtk-WARNING **: 15:57:44.770: Theme parsing error: gtk.css:2:33: Failed to import: Error opening file »/home/user/.config/gtk-3.0/window_decorations.css«: No such file or directory
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/usr/bin/terminator”, line 48, in
File “/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/terminatorlib/optionparse.py”, line 24, in
from . import config
File “/usr/lib/python3.9/site-packages/terminatorlib/config.py”, line 76, in
from validate import Validator
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘validate’
This package is not maintained by the Manjaro devs so if it must be fixed it will be done upstream (and is already flagged). Do your research before posting, and having just joined, your initial post does not leave a good first impression, on the contrary it shows no respect for the work they are doing, at least you could say a “Hi”.
//EDIT: switching the GTK theme from Adwaita-dark to Adwaita removes this line. switching back to Adwaita-dark doesn’t add the line back, so it must have been an issue now fixed by re-applying the GTK theme.
//EDIT2: and after reboot the line is back so no the issue is not fixed.
A missing css are not a showstopper - it is just theming so the initial issue causing terminator to fail is not related to the theming in use. You merely see them both and because you see them at the same time you think they are connected but they are not.
The Manjaro Team do a great job trying to create a consistent theming across GTK and Qt apps.
The css issue should be treated as a separate issue.
Just wanted to point that the issue was not because the user deleted his file or an issue with terminator code. This is an issue with themes in KDE. easily reproducible as demonstrated when I actually looked into it writing the reply.