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 never ender

 
 by alachua on: Feb 8 2007
 
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http://matt.cancerkills.net/

anyone interested?


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 Re: never ender

 
 by Linuxville on: Mar 25 2007
 
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yeah, looking good and waiting :)


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 gtk 2.x

 
 by reinhout on: Feb 23 2007
 
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Hi,
started with ubuntu and now I want to know how you guys make those icon themes, beryl and gtk2.x
I'd like to make some my own, if possible.
thanks


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 Re: gtk 2.x

 
 by KnuxT15 on: Mar 4 2007
 
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Icon themes take a lot of hard work to make nearly thousands of icons, all in varying sizes, for a complete theme.

GTK themes are rather complicated to make, as nobody has written a "for artists, not programmers" guide to making a GTK theme. The best you can do is modify an existing theme using an engine like Murrine to have your own colors, then use Murrine Configurator (located at http://cimi.netsons.org/pages/murrine/configurator.php ) to customize the general look and feel.


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 Theme problem =/

 
 by KnuxT15 on: Mar 15 2007
 
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Right, I'm pretty much done with my dream theme, using Murrine for an engine. Except I'm having a rather odd problem... fg[ACTIVE] defines the font color for things like selected buttons (which includes the currently-running program in the task list), the color of text in unselected tabs, the color of text labels for unselected but checked checkboxes... in order for 99% of these things to look right in my theme, the color has to be a shade of black. However, if this is the case, then selected buttons become hard to read. I tried overriding the color in the style definition used for buttons, but nothing changed. What should I do instead? =/


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 Theme Question

 
 by bluesphere on: Apr 5 2007
 
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Has anyone made a theme based off of this mockup?

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/As+I+would+like+it+%2Apanel%2A?content=31098


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 Re: Theme Question

 
 by integer on: Apr 6 2007
 
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Down With vista-ish:
http://gnome-look.org/comments/discussion.php?id=3&forumpage=1#c181187


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 *As I would like it*

 
 by bluesphere on: Apr 15 2007
 
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Uhh... how is this like vista? The mockup is over two years old and It looks nothing like vista. Did you even look at the theme to which I was pointing?

That is a very impressive theme and I think it has a lot going for it. I love the simplicity to it, as well as the off center application bar at the bottom.

Next thing I will hear is gnome and KDE are exactly like vista due to their "start buttons"


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 Re: *As I would like

 
 by integer on: Apr 19 2007
 
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Ish... (The project happened to be "Longhorn" many time ago...)

However, check the pixmap engine at art.gnome.org also some pixmap themes.

Cheers


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 color complementary

 
 by jovial on: Apr 7 2007
 
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hello

I'm looking how to make operation on a color in gtkrc

ex for #799FC8 => blue T=211 S= 40 V=78
I know this instruction for saturation
shade (1.3, #799FC8)

Now i want to find complentary color
=> - 180° on circle chromatique T=31
for exemple complementary of 799FC8 is C7A077
Witch instruction apply to calculate that.



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 creating bootsplash?

 
 by nemus on: May 24 2007
 
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How would I go about creating a boot splash?

I've tried using the tutorial link below but nothing happens.

all I want to do is have an image display while my computer boots.


https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto

thank you

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 Re: creating bootspl

 
 by ThrowRocksAtMe1 on: May 28 2007
 
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Easy as pie.
Just make/find your image, make sure it's 640 by 480, in the GIMP go to Mode, and then Indexed, and make the picture have less than or equal to 14 colors, and no more, then, save it as splash.xpm.gz in the GIMP, and place it in your /boot/grub folder. You'll need a sudo command to do that. Afterwards, backup your /boot/grub/menu.lst just incase, and run 'sudo update-grub' in the terminal.


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 Re: Re: creating boo

 
 by ThrowRocksAtMe1 on: Jun 8 2007
 
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crap. this was for usplashes....

nevermind........


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