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 icon themes creator

 
 by hlp on: Sep 1 2008
 
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Hi!

I want to ask in which software can I create a completely new icons for my ubuntu gnome? Can me help somebody?

HLP


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 Re: icon themes creator

 
 by krig on: Nov 25 2008
 
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Must use Inkscape;) I think is the best solution so far... create a .svg document and after export as .png or .xpm :)


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 Fielding resolution complaints

 
 by Brightbelt on: Sep 4 2008
 
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Hi,
Very occasionally, I get a complaint from someone about my wallpaper entry that the resolution is too low.

The truth is, when you enter content, lower resolutions are there as categories for those who don't have flat screens or wide screens. So I often put in an entry for, say, 1024 x 768 on purpose to be "backwards compatible" so to speak; so it's 1024 x 768 at 72 dpi.

Are folks here actually complaining that it's not in their "size", and expecting me to know what their screen size is?

Or am I missing something? For instance, do folks prefer their size at 180 dpi rather than, say, 96 dpi or something like that?

I also put in thumbnails to use as preview screenshots, rather than the large original size. So I wonder if some occasionally think mistakenly that that's the final download size.

I just want to make sure I'm not missing something I should be doing diffferently.

Thanks, Frank B.


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 gdmthemetester inaccurate?

 
 by thaitang on: Sep 27 2008
 
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hi gang,

i have been using some of my own jpegs lately to substitute in a login theme i am generally happy with the overall look of.

so i wanted to take things one step further and adjust the co-ordinates of the login/username/password box to better suit the jpegs i am using.

gdmthemetester seems like a kew application for helping to fine tune the overall layout of the login look i am trying to achieve. however the actual results i get at a login screen (after actually logging out/restart/etc.) are never how things look using gdmthemetester.

i have tried using absolute as well as "%" co-ordinates without much different un-satisfactory end-results.

my actual screen resolution is 1680x1050 and i scale my jpegs to 1680x1154 which maintains photo aspects without any distorion (by changing maintaining ratios). i figured i could live with a little bit of the jpegs being cropped when a 1680x1154 is displayed in a 1680x1050 environment. but then i got to thinking this might be the problem with what i am seeing in gdmthemetester and actual results. so i scaled one of my jpegs to exactly 1680x1050 (distorted) and played with absolute and "%" co-ordinate postioning once again. however what is displayed in gdmthemetester and actual results are still different enough to annoy me.

i am finally able to get the reults i want by actually logging out everytime i would like to test how any changes/tweaking i have done actually look.

is there anything else i could be doing wrong or is gdmthemetester just that inaccurate? i don't want to have to settle with placing the login/username/password box smack dab in the middle of my login theme screens and i can't see myslef logging out to check changes/tweaking everytime i would like to edit a new login theme. i am really looking for the flexibility to place that box wherever i want it to be on the login screen with minimal fuss.

so i am looking forward to hearing from anyone with constructive advice or ideas about what i might be doing wrong or what else i might be able to try.


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 Re: gdmthemetester inaccurate?

 
 by keithhedger on: Sep 29 2008
 
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I just downloaded this:
http://www.cli-apps.org/content/show.php?content=86472
and it works prettyr good for me


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 Request: New wooden themes?

 
 by eitreach on: Oct 4 2008
 
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I've searched gnome-look from front to back and the other way around several times in search of just one nice wooden theme. Handcrafted fails because it uses silly blurred buttons, muku fails because it's.. just not very nice looking, with the grey everywhere, and so on..

Some time ago (while searching..) I found this icon theme for the iPhone - which pretty much looks how I want a theme to look.

http://www.macphase.com/forums/iphone-ipod-touch-skin-releases/177-carved-wood-theme.html

I'd really like to see such a theme for Gnome.. Both icons and gtk.

This decoration seems nice as well:

http://img372.imageshack.us/img372/7209/bamboosk4.jpg

If anyone would try this.. I'd be evermost grateful.


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 Request: C64 Usplash Theme

 
 by Deepeis on: Nov 12 2008
 
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Hello out there,

does anybody have the TAR - File of the C64 Usplash Theme (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/c64+usplash+theme?content=85881)?

The author does not answer to my question.

Thanx!

Deepeis


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 Question about editing a gtk theme

 
 by thenktor on: Nov 13 2008
 
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How can I set the colour of the red marked area?
How can I set the colour of the green marked boders?
And how can I create a border around menus?

screenshot:
http://img-up.net/?up=gtk-frage1Sr0EHs.png

I guess it's some setting in the gtkrc file, but I don't know which one.


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 Re: Question about editing a gtk theme

 
 by krig on: Nov 25 2008
 
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I can take a look... what is the gtk2 theme?


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 Re: Re: Question about editing a gtk theme

 
 by thenktor on: Nov 27 2008
 
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Hi
Thanks for your assistance. Here is my modified themes so far:
http://thenktor.dyndns.org/download/ElegantBritTM.tar.bz2

I could already change the color of the red marked area to a light grey. This works in Thunar and others but not in the Pidgin chat window :-/
I could create a border around menus.

So I need to solve the Pidgin chat window problem and the green borders.


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 Re: Re: Re: Question about editing a gtk theme

 
 by krig on: Nov 27 2008
 
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hi there ;) I think you should edit the frame shadows (from Shadows folder) like "shadow_etched_in, shadow_etched_out, shadow_in, shadow_out...) I mean to draw borders, because pixmaps are flat; I suggest that every pixmap have his own color, like for shadow_etched_in set border pixmap to green and so on... this for individuate better where gtk+ apply these pixmaps... after will be more easier to made changes ;) good luck! hope this helps you ;) cris.


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