Link to tutorial and sample pic here
Edit: Note; This does not work if you use the Greybird appearance theme.
Thanks for this. First thing I always do on Xfce installs is get rid of "ancient" icon text settings!
One bit of info if I may; the slightly better way to do this sort of thing is to create a file called (something like) ".gtkrc-2.0.mine" and then call that file from the ".gtkrc-2.0" file with the following command:
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The reason for this is that many settings apps like "gtk-chtheme" and "lxappearance" change the .gtkrc-2.0 file by overwriting it. However, they observe and leave alone the "include" command so you don't lose your personal customizations when you change your gtk theme.
You can name your file anything you like ( I use .gtkrc-xfce) so long as the "include" command uses the correct file name.
Hope this helps,