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Another Gtk RGBA module

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Another Gtk RGBA module
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Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  1780
Submitted:  Mar 14 2009
Updated:  Mar 18 2009

Description:

Description
This is my spin on a RGBA module for use by theme engines that support RGBA colormaps, such as Murrine SVN.

Usage
1. Ensure your system has the proper development packages installed for Gtk+ development. Compile the source file via this command:
gcc -O2 -fPIC -shared `pkg-config --cflags --libs gtk+-2.0` librgba.c -o librgba.so
2. Copy librgba.so to /usr/lib/gtk-2.0/modules
3. Add this line to your ~/.profile file:
export GTK_MODULES=rgba
4. Restart your session by logging out and logging in to load up the module.
5. Create a file called rgba.conf in the directory ~/.config/gtk-2.0
Read below for information regarding the format of this file and how to use it.
6. Enjoy!

Configuration
Each line in rgba.conf is a pattern to match the name of the running program against. The patterns use standard glob notation (* and ? for matching). Lines prefixed with # are ignored. Lines prefixed with a ! character invert the match. By default, RGBA is disabled for the application. If a pattern evaluates to true (before inversion from a !), no further patterns in the file will be tested, and RGBA is enabled for the application depending on the result of the evaluation (post inversion, if specified).

Here is an example rgba.conf:

# this configuration is a series of invert patterns, so all applications that do not match one of these patterns will have RGBA enabled
# gksu[do] don't like RGBA
!gksu*
# disable all applets
!*applet*
# these applications use Gtk, but for widget rendering only. (gecko stuff, wxGTK apps). Not RGBA compatible
!audacity
!firefox*
!thunderbird*
# no to gnome panel
!gnome-panel
# other RGBA troublesome apps
!gthumb
!nautilus
!pidgin

Another example:

# disallow bluetooth-applet
!bluetooth-applet
# but allow all the other bluetooth apps
bluetooth-*
# allow only these apps
gedit
eog
gcalctool
gnome-sound-*
gnome-volume-control




Changelog:

0.0.4.1
Reverted Cimi's suggested change as it caused many problems when logging into Gnome.
0.0.4
Updated per Cimi's suggestion. Thanks!
0.0.3
Disable "unknown" apps (Java GTK apps, Qt apps using QGtkStyle, etc...)
0.0.2
Have the module print the program name and RGBA status to the console. Useful for making filters against troublesome apps.



License:
public domain

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 conky

 
 by Enzo01 on: Oct 4 2009
 
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conky won`t running when module is loaded

Any suggestions how to solve the problem?


I should have copy and pasted the truth.
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 Google Chrome

 
 by Janhouse on: Dec 13 2009
 
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If you are using Google Chrome or Chromium, add

!exe

to the config or flash player will crash.


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 Transparency

 
 by LuxieRayku on: Apr 21 2010
 
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How can I change te level ok transparency?


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