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Clearlooks-Neo

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Clearlooks-Neo
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Link:  http://livio.i64.pl/
Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  1302
Submitted:  Feb 20 2007

Description:

Based on Murrina-Neo http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=47919



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 ;)

 
 by cimi86 on: Feb 20 2007
 
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Using new clearlooks svn with my patches... fine ;)


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 Re: ;)

 
 by livio on: Feb 21 2007
 
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So this is reason, I don't like new Clearlooks :D .
I'm kidding ;) .

It is Ubuntu 7.04 Feist Fawn, Herd 3, but updated.

I did'nt know, it's package with your patches.

What was changed? Can tell me in few words?


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 Re: Re: ;)

 
 by cimi86 on: Feb 21 2007
 
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ho cambiato tutto lo stile per farlo somigliare al look della versione non cairo che almeno secondo me e i devs di gnome era pessima.
Semplicemente a te nn piace clearlooks... abituato a murrine ;)


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 Re: Re: ;)

 
 by cimi86 on: Feb 21 2007
 
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Sorry... i've thought you are italian :D

So i had written that i've changed the style to look as the old non-cairo version, since me and other gnome devs thought that was a lot better.
Simply you don't like probably because you have played with nicer engines like murrine etc etc


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 Re: Re: Re: ;)

 
 by livio on: Feb 21 2007
 
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Cairo version looked better than non-Cairo.
It was reason, I liked Clearlooks.

Now it looks... ugly.

PS: I dislike Murrine because it was causing many problems with GTK apps and it was slowing down my GNOME.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ;)

 
 by cimi86 on: Feb 21 2007
 
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Murrine is much faster than clearlooks.
If you had problems with some application is because you haven't instaled theme as root, try a sudo ln -sf ~/.themes /root/.themes
Clearlooks Cairo version was buggied, it hasn't dark theme support and controls were too contrasted


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ;)

 
 by livio on: Feb 21 2007
 
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I have this symbolic link. I meant crashes of programs.

Too contrasted? I liked them...
And i don't use dark themes.
We need option for gtkrc which can restore Cairo's look.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by cimi86 on: Feb 21 2007
 
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clearlooks is still written in cairo... but now it is using more cairo features that the previous version didn't use.

If you want more contrast you can open the gtkrc of your theme and under engine "clearlooks" improve contrast, set contrast = 1.5 to have more contrast

No crashes btw... the only crash in murrine was on brasero, murrine 0.40 version, but i've released 0.40.1 to fix that bug.

the murrine code is almost similar to clearlooks (i'm clearlooks and murrine developer) so if you are finding bugs you have probably done a mistake on your pc.

For example a guy wrote me that murrine was buggied and he was wrong since he was not using murrine but aqualooks!!! wich is A LOT buggied


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ;)

 
 by livio on: Feb 21 2007
 
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[[ If you want more contrast you can open the gtkrc of your theme and under engine "clearlooks" improve contrast, set contrast = 1.5 to have more contrast ]]

And it will look like before?

[[ For example a guy wrote me that murrine was buggied and he was wrong since he was not using murrine but aqualooks!!! wich is A LOT buggied ]]

Aqualooks looks 'quite' good. Taskbar in this 'engine' looks like piece of dog shit. Additionally, it is causing crashes of GNOME panel

[[ No crashes btw... the only crash in murrine was on brasero, murrine 0.40 version, but i've released 0.40.1 to fix that bug.

the murrine code is almost similar to clearlooks (i'm clearlooks and murrine developer) so if you are finding bugs you have probably done a mistake on your pc. ]]

Done mistake? I have selected a Murrine-based theme (it was early Edgy Eft) and then I musted to change theme using GConf-Editor, because Murrine was causing, that GNOME Theme Manager was unable to start.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by cimi86 on: Feb 21 2007
 
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Probably you're using a buggied theme... I know the murrine code and the clearlooks ones.... I've done memleaks tests and everything possible... still no bugs... here the theme-manager never crashed.

Please wait 0.50 release that is coming early and then try it with new themes.


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 Great

 
 by johnisevil on: Feb 21 2007
 
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Awesome work done on this. The colour scheme sort of reminds me of Lokheed's gperfection2 suite.


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 Re: Great

 
 by NicePics on: Feb 21 2007
 
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... and Tempura.


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 wallpaper

 
 by TiroFisso on: May 12 2007
 
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Where I can find the wallpaper? tnx :)


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