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Cangkufan is a Sokoban clone with 50 puzzles by Hiroyuki Imabayashi.

The controls include mouse and keyboard, you can undo or redo, replay best pushes or steps, which are recorded. The Cangkufan is the Chinese Pinyi of the Japanese (Kanji) title, in short, the Chinese pronunciation of 倉庫番.

Cangkufan was created by Pluto Yang in 2003, written in C with GTK+2 under the GPLv2, currently version 0.2 (2010-09-17).

A week ago, I re-installed Arch Linux on my one of my computers. At that time, I decided to use GNOME as usual. But I changed my mind, why not have another Desktop Environment? Then, I installed KDE4.

It's just as if you run QT applications in GNOME, it must be ugly if you do nothing. You would see ugly GTK applications in KDE, too. Here is steps to prettify by changing themes:

  1. pacman -S gtk-qt-engine
  2. systemsettings/Appearance/GTK Styles and Fonts/Use my KDE style in GTK applications.
  3. Re-log in.
Matching the themes
  1. pacman -S qtcurve-kde4 qtcurve-gtk2 gtk-chtheme
  2. For QT applications: systemsettings/Appearance/Style/Choose QtCurve
  3. For GTK applications: gtk-chtheme/Choose QtCurve