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Blue Bar

   0.4  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 53%
Blue Bar
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Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  638
Submitted:  Dec 2 2011
Updated:  Feb 11 2012

Description:

There should be a lot of credit going to lassekongo83 and his Zukitwo themes, because this theme is based on Zukitwo-Resonance.


If you have any problems with the theme(in particular ugly looking widgets), please comment here and attach a screenshot.


If you have any suggestions:
- Just comment here
- If you can, edit the theme, make a screenshot, comment here and attach that screenshot so I can see how it looks, etc. Of course you could just edit it and upload it yourself.
- Take out the GIMP, make a mockup, comment here and attach that image.

As Zukitwo does, Blue Bar also depends on the Unico engine.




Changelog:

0.4:
- Changed inline-toolbars. They now "fit" into the treeviews they are attached to
- Adjusted the scrollbars a bit. They are now not as dark, but still perfectly visible without looking directly at them
- Windows without a toolbar but with a Notebook now have a continuous "gradient" from the window decoration to the notebook(over the Menubar)
- column-headers with buttons in them now have the same height has column-headers without buttons in them(I still think they are too thick)
- Removed some dead/unused/senseless code (and of course introduced new :))

0.3.1:
- Made the header entries in the nautilus sidebar unclickable(they had my test color in the last release)
0.3:
- Added some horizontal padding to the buttons
- Checkboxes in treeviews now get displayed correctly
0.2:
- Added pretty SpinButtons




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 Borderless Zukitwo :O

 
 by RossAnder on: Dec 4 2011
 
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Hey looks good. Just want to know how you made zukitwo borderless. Like what lines did you change??


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 Re: Borderless Zukitwo :O

 
 by Schnitter on: Dec 4 2011
 
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I'm not completely sure at the moment, but you should look into the metacity theme of Zukitwo and find the <frame_geometry name="..." part(where ... can be normal, max, max_unfocused, etc.)
These tags should have some child tags and you should find the <distance name="left_distance|right_distance|bottom_distance"> tags and give them all the value 0.

That should do the trick.


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 Re: Borderless Zukitwo :O

 
 by Oua on: Dec 31 2011
 
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You'll also have to edit the sections of code in metacity-theme-1.xml commented:

<!-- Titlebar outline -->
<!-- Topmost lines -->
<!-- Darkening of the left arch -->

These sections draw the border on the titlebar.


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