GTK theme in non-GTK WMs
I am wondering how to enable GTK themeing on window managers that aren't GTK based and therefore don't load GTK themes by default.
For example, in both fluxbox and enlightenment when I start any of the GTK based applications they look like that old plain GTK theme (or non-theme). Only once I manually start gnome-theme-manager does the theme selected in it apply to those apps.
However, I don't want to start gnome-theme-manager every time I start these WM's. There must be a script or something of the sort that loads GTK styling and applies them to GTK windows. Do you know anything about it? I should then just add it to whatever startup configuration file is read by enlightenment or fluxbox.