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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  6172
Submitted:  Oct 27 2006
Updated:  Nov 27 2006

Description:

Just upgraded my PC to Ubuntu Edgy. :-) . Most of the stuff working fine.

GIVE ME COUPLE OF WEEKS FOR THE FIRST ALPHA RELEASE.


At Last I decided to start developing an osx like desktop environment :-)
There will be a GTK cairo engine (Aqualooks). Still I'm learning these things, so currently development process is bit slow. But definitely this will a xmas gift for osx fans.

History & Credits: Richard Stellingwerff & Daniel Borgmann for developing Clearlooks engine.
gthompson (at) cogeco.ca for Ubuntulooks modifications.
Doug Whiteley Rezlooks modifications.
Andrea Cimitan for Candido/Murrine modifications.
Shlomi Israel for Dyndyn modifications.




Changelog:

Most of the gnome stuff under control (Not all, but soon they will finish). Non Gnome/Gtk apps like firefoc etc (Plus some gtk apps that doesn't follow standards) are the evils at the moment :( . Obviously this is slower than some existing engines, But not so slow as I expected :) . This is my defauly engine now.

My plan is to make it essential feature complete and less buggy. Make an alpha release. Then move to polishing and performance tuning.




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 OS X looks

 
 by turbojugend on: Nov 8 2006
 
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Well, I can say that there are many, many thinks that are missing from the pixmaps themes, I would suggest studying KDE's Baghira (which is dead btw) for many things that simple pixmap theming can't possible do.


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 ooooh

 
 by iKyoushu on: Nov 8 2006
 
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So far, this looks awesome. Can't wait.


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 Engine

 
 by malwk on: Nov 10 2006
 
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1. Notebook/Tabs (Still could not find a way to make the tabs centered) - will have to patch gtk.
3. Toolbar (Still nautilus throbber issue is pending. Need to find the way to active (focused) and background windows. Only focused window need gradient in the toolbar - I think you'll need to add one more issue - the new Evovution uses some new type of button, it behaves the same strange way as the throbber meaning it is not using the toolbar base. One of these days I'll dive in the code and will find a way to theme this.
The last - If you find a way to do this without patching gtk/gdk you'll be my next hero, right with AqD.
Good luck with the engine. Also note that it is not needed to completly mimic Aqua, just close enough:) I'll be glad if we (the comunity) could take a look at the code eventually, if you are planing to relase it as GPL. It's been a while so....


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 Re: Engine

 
 by zammi on: Nov 27 2006
 
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Hope you will like the look and feel of the evolution. Please give me another 2 weeks for the first release. I feel now I've come to some speed in theme engine development. Still lots of things to learn. Unfortunately I've to spend weekend for these stuff.


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 Some suggestions

 
 by turbojugend on: Nov 17 2006
 
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Hi Zammi,

I've been watching this effort of yours and I applaud your efforts with enthusiasm.

I would like to know if you can open this project too, so others can help, basically I ain't that skilled when it comes to coding but I am pretty handy with images, so wherever you wish something to be done I would be glad to help, if you need me to. I beieve others could help with code (like malwk suggested).

Anyway if I get it right this is going to be a full implementation of MacOS X so that with kxdocker,beryl and so on it could mimic both Look&feel. Plz clarify that cause it ain't clear to me.

To suggestions:

1. The scrollbars need to have motion and macos x look, graphite and aqua.

2. The buttons need to be rounded 9which the seem to be) but a LOT smaller, take a look at baghira for some ideas.

3. The tabs need to be rounded (which seem to be partially done) but also to have aqua focus and to be centered.

4. The tough part is to be able to change look&fell for different window types... yup I know it's difficult but tough targets make efforts worthy. What I mean is to be able to have metal lokk for music players (like iTunes is fin macosX) and stuff like that while most apps use milky or brushed look. Again baghira does these things so try taking a lokk at it, it may give a boost to your thought.

5. Finally I believe that a project page or blog should be created so that it would be easier to contribute (?) and watch the progress.

I don't know if I am even close to understanding what you wish to create and how much time you wish to spend for it, forgive me if I didn't get your intentions. I am just excited with the prospect of what it could be...

Cheers, TJ.

P.S.: Please feel free to contact me if you don't wish to answer using this comments space.

P.S.: I feel like expressing in advance how sorry I am, in case I discomfort you with this one.


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 Re: Some suggestions

 
 by zammi on: Nov 27 2006
 
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Thanks for your comment... ( Huh too many.. :-) ). Give me couple of weeks for the initial release. Please don't expect everything in the first release, but with the time they will be catched up.


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 Re: Re: Some suggest

 
 by turbojugend on: Nov 28 2006
 
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NO, not at all, I 'll be happy to contribute in any way, I 'm a big OSx functionality fan (yup to me having the buttons on the left it's not just looks is functionality, and so on).

I could be contributing in any way I am capable (these unfortunately bieng only two, comments and image editing which I find my self quite able at).

Keep up the good work, I like some(/all the) minor changes I see in your screenshots. Finally take a look at my OSX panel, if it's up to your standards use it in any way you see fit (as an image/or find a way to make your engine making panels look like that).

Best Regards, TJ.


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 Re: Re: Re: Some suggest

 
 by zammi on: Nov 28 2006
 
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Button sizes: It's a shame that some of the applications are not following standards, so that theme developers are having hard time. Anyway we'll try our best to overcome this situation :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Some

 
 by turbojugend on: Nov 29 2006
 
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Well as for the buttons another thing is their gradient isn't that nice, it looks harsh, and this for gradients means they lost their goal (fake 3d look, usually), sorry being harsh on you, but as I said before it is hard goals that make an effort worthy. ;).

P.S: I ain't sure what exactly I should suggest, I have created some OSX looking buttons, but from what I understand you are not using a pixmap engine, consider that Blog/site suggestion of mine, it will greatly boost help and comments from others, as I see there's a rising interest for your effort. I could also help with the blog, if you find this suggestion interesting, I could give you some links to check some other blogs I created, or sites. Bardon me, again, I just fell an urge to contribute in waht I am sure I 'll be using the first day it's released. Greatly appreciate this, I know it's been told, but I fell like repeating it


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 Nautilus throbber

 
 by malwk on: Nov 29 2006
 
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Happy to inform you, zammi, the nautilus spinner is changed in the latest version so it is no longer strangely drawn by the engines.
One thing less on your side to fix:)

Hope to see the code soon:)


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 Aqualooks is sexy

 
 by OSXFan7 on: Jan 11 2007
 
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looks very good,I would like to help with this if i could :) When will the first release be?


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