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Absolute Luna

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 66%
Absolute Luna
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Absolute Luna
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Absolute Luna
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  4797
Submitted:  Sep 30 2011
Updated:  Oct 20 2011

Description:

This theme, is based on 2sev's Absolute. Initially, I made it for myself to use. I decided to release it afer many months.

It depends on murrine and metacity. In my setup, I'm using Faenza icon set.

Works with the murrine gtk engine that comes with Debian Squeeze and is compatible with all the newer versions. The idea was to have a sligtly moden looking alternative to the classic Clearlooks, but equally usable and easy looking.

NB: This theme is called "Luna" because, when I created it, I was using a wallpaper with a moon. It's not related to Elementary OS.

The differences between Absolute and this version:

- Removed some features in gtkrc that required the new versions of murrine engine. This version works with murrine 0.90.3.6, the one that comes with Debian Squeeze.
- Changed some colors and the iconset requred (now Faenza)
- Changed metacity theme to have the focused window title coloured as gtk selected_bg. This gives it a less modern look (no menubar-titlebar unification), but makes it easier to distinguish which window has the focus, expecially whith focus following, looks good even without composing, and the user can change it's colour.
- Changed the window buttons to let them adapt to the different colours
- The menu background is white, like in clearlooks.
- Buttons and menu items are more squared.
- Maybe something else that I can't remember...

The wallpapers used in the screenshots:
http://zim2687.deviantart.com/gallery/23823060?offset=24#/d31qvy4

http://kolja7t.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2afm6o

http://zim2687.deviantart.com/gallery/23823060?offset=24#/d39jsk1




Changelog:

20-10-2011:
- New variant with dark panel

17-10-2011:
- Fixed the invisible menu checkbox problem that apperared in the newer versions of murrine

16-10-2011:
- Default iconset is now Faenza
- Default cursor is no longer DMZ-black
- Made unfocused window text border less bright
- Maybe some minor colour changes that I made after the last release... I cant'remember and I didn't keep a track of the changes ;)

01-10-2011:
- Made expander icons smaller
- Improved contrast between active and normal buttons

30-09-2011:
First release



License:
I don't care to have paternity rights, so all of them goes to the original author.
The licence remains GPL, as originally decided.


(Absolute Luna (GTK + Metacity))
(Faenza Icons)
(The original Absolute)
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 Gnome Menu Checkmark is White on White

 
 by Triceratops on: Oct 16 2011
 
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Thank you for the update. There is an issue in Menu I don't know if this is related to the theme.

On some menu items, there is sometimes a checkmark in in front of the menu text to denote that the option has been set. Example: right click on an applet in Gnome panel, the "Lock to Panel" menu. You must hover the mouse over the menu item to see the checkmark.

Or Nautilus, menu "View". move the mouse on each of the menu items, you will see plenty of checkmark or dot which were hidden because they are displayed in white on white.


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 Re: Gnome Menu Checkmark is White on White

 
 by Masque on: Oct 16 2011
 
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This is what I get:
http://i.imgur.com/6wUwe.jpg

Maybe, the newer versions of murrine draw the checkbox in a different way?

Try this gtkrc and tell me if it works:
http://pastebin.com/FP14JP6G

The changed part is in the style "murrine-radiocheck" section, at row 275.

Can you show me a screenshot before and one after the patch?


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 Re: Gnome Menu Checkmark is White on White

 
 by Masque on: Oct 17 2011
 
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I'll upload the fixed version in minutes. :)


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 Re: Gnome Menu Checkmark is White on White

 
 by Triceratops on: Oct 18 2011
 
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Fix confirmed. Finally the menu now looks much better. Thank you very much.


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 Good

 
 by likimoki on: Oct 27 2011
 
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Very good job!!!!!!!!!!


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 Re: Good

 
 by Masque on: Oct 27 2011
 
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Thanks :)


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 looks simple and great!

 
 by max07011972 on: Nov 19 2011
 
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Recently I'm trying your desktop look on my debian squeeze and I have to say it became very clean and professional,just was thinking in my mind not so far from clearlooks style but modern .Compliment


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 Re: looks simple and great!

 
 by Masque on: Nov 19 2011
 
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Thanks! :)
My purpouse was to have a simple and nice theme for Debian Squeeze. I'm very happy you are using with it and like it :)


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 gtk3

 
 by hallowinny15 on: Mar 13 2013
 
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It would be great, if you port this theme to gtk3


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 Re: gtk3

 
 by Masque on: Mar 13 2013
 
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I'm sorry, but I think I don't have time to do this. Since I switched to a tiling wm, awesome, I'm not using this theme, and even gnome, anymore.

I tried only once to adapt a gtk3 theme and it was a hell... Gtk2 were quite chaotic and disordered, but I could manage them with a 200 lines gtkrc, but with gtk3 I have to edit various chaotic and disordered ~1000 lines css...
I can't do it... at least, not now. :(

However, anyone more experienced with gtk3 could take this theme and do whatever he wants with it. ;)


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