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 GTK controls questions -> n00b

 
 by MrDelish on: Oct 7 2009
 
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Is it possible to use an animated GIF in a GTK theme for buttons, scrollbars, etc.? I tested it, but the image came up as static. I understand that it could be VERY distracting if used improperly, but I think some subtle movement would be quite appealing.

Thoughts?


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 Re: GTK controls questions -> n00b

 
 by PenguinGuy on: Oct 20 2009
 
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I don't think it's possible to use animations in GTK themes, anyway I imagine most people would find it distracting.


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 Buttons

 
 by ardchoille45 on: Oct 8 2009
 
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I'd like to use an overlay image on a button and set stretch to false but I don't understand what the numbers in the curly braces represent:

overlay_border = {2,2,2,2}

What do each of those numbers mean? Do I start at the top or at the left? Bear with me, I'm still learning more about making gtk themes


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 Re: Buttons

 
 by nale12 on: Oct 24 2009
 
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these numbers have sense when stretch is set to true,so don't worry


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 Re: Buttons

 
 by satismo on: Oct 25 2009
 
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border = {left, right, top, bottom}

these coordinates map out a nine section grid that dictates how the image is stretched. basically, the corner sections are not stretched, the areas between the corners are only stretched vertically or horizontally, and the center is stretched h&v to fill in the rest of the area.


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 Re: Re: Buttons

 
 by ardchoille45 on: Oct 25 2009
 
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Thank you very much, this is vital information. I'm glad that someone has finally explained it to me.


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 Re: Re: Re: Buttons

 
 by satismo on: Oct 25 2009
 
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hey no problem! theme development was pretty aggravating at first, but im just about finished with the one i am working on now -- these sources were invaluable to me,

general overview on gtkrc, gtk widgets
http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GtkThemes

more in depth info on the pixmap engine
(which i assume is what you are using)
http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GtkEngines/PixmapEngine


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Buttons

 
 by ardchoille45 on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Yes, I am using the pixmap engine. That link is great, thanks!


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 PS3 ubuntu

 
 by contratkiller on: Oct 9 2009
 
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I just install ubuntu 9.04 I'am new to linux, and wanna know hot to customize desktop & log in screen. so if you know any good link or info please let me know.


contrat_killer
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 Re: PS3 ubuntu

 
 by ardchoille45 on: Oct 9 2009
 
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Well, gnome-look is the best resource for themes, IMHO. To change themes, click Applications > System > Preferences > Appearance. You can do a lot of things in the Appearance dialog including installing themes.


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 MPlayer skins

 
 by Sergowa on: Oct 16 2009
 
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installing MPlayer skins


I'm new user in ubuntu)
And I can't install skins in MPlayer)
Can somebody help me???

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 Re: MPlayer skins

 
 by ardchoille45 on: Oct 18 2009
 
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The way I normally install mplayer skins is just drop the skin folder into ~/.mplayer/skins and it works fine on Ubuntu.

For system-wide skins you may need to cp the skin folder to /usr/share/mplayer/skins


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 Re: Re: MPlayer skins

 
 by Sergowa on: Oct 18 2009
 
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Thank you very much)))


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 skins

 
 by makden on: Oct 19 2009
 
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Thanks for the links


Flow Hoods
Flow Hood
blower door
construction lasers
infrared camera

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 Theme question

 
 by ardchoille45 on: Oct 26 2009
 
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Using the pixmap engine, I'd like to have black text on a light background but have black buttons with white text in a GTK theme. I've tried to accomplish this but haven't been able to - I think it involves creating an exception. Does anyone know how to do this with the pixmap engine? Is there a GTK theme I can study to learn how to do this?


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 Re: Theme question

 
 by cb2k on: Oct 29 2009
 
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Try styling the buttons -

style "button" = "default"
{
text[NORMAL] = "#c2c2c2"
text[PRELIGHT] = "#FFFFFF"
text[ACTIVE] = "#FFFFFF"
text[INSENSITIVE] = "#31353A"


xthickness = 2
ythickness = 2

engine "pixmap"
{

the usual stuff go's here...

}}

class "GtkButton" style "button"




something like that


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 Re: Re: Theme question

 
 by ardchoille45 on: Oct 29 2009
 
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I tried that, it didn't work. I've looked through the theme to see if there is something elsewhere that is overriding my styling but I can't find it.


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