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Clearlooks-flat-compact

   0.3.4  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 58%
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  2297
Submitted:  Oct 19 2012
Updated:  Nov 1 2012

Description:

Clearlooks-flat-compact for Gtk3
based on Greybird
special for Gnome-classic 3.6 (fallback-mode),
requre Gtk 3.6
Almost all minimization settings in separate file. This file may be used for other compact themes.

Based on built-in Gtk3 engine, don't use any external images for theming.


Previous theme for gtk2 was here http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Clearlooks-flat-compact?content=74918

Previous metacity theme was there http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Antracit-metacity?content=84316

Git repository https://github.com/linvinus/Clearlooks-flat-compact

Also for those metacity users, who want to have fast compositing manager, i recommend to install xcompmgr which was adapted to work properly with metacity.
Available in my ppa https://launchpad.net/~linvinus/+archive/linvinus
After install run command: xcompmgr -l -5 -t -5 -r 4 -cC -b
add this command into autostart in your session.




Changelog:

v0.3.4 for gtk3.4 - 01.11.2012
adapt theme for gtk3.4, to support ubuntu 12.04
-resolved black background in Opera browser.
Problem was with style
GtkLabel,
GtkLabel:active,
GtkLabel:insensitive {
background-color: transparent;
}

v0.3.4 - 26.10.2012
fix toolbar toolbutton borders,
ignore focus border on button press,
fix font color in progress bar,
enable animation

v0.3.3 - 25.10.2012
simplify style for gnome-evolution
GtkViewport set default background, this should fix black background in some cases (a specially when enabled ubuntu overlay-scrollbar).
change button.default background, add toolbar button press effect
few css cleanups

v0.3.2 - 24.10.2012
use built-in gtk engine
restore button press effect
gtkhandlebox bottom border

v0.3.1 - 23.10.2012
fix notebook tab borders in opera settings

v0.3 - 23.10.2012
added borders to scrollbar
added bottom border to toolbar
fix GtkTreeView row:nth-child(even) wrong background
fix GtkTreeView.check border
in gnome-control-center white background
fix border in gnome-calculator entry
romove images from metacitytheme, instead use xml function arc.
pack theme into gresource
new Git repository https://github.com/linvinus/Clearlooks-flat-compact
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added Gtk3 and Metacity theme.




LicenseGPL
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(Clearlooks-flat-compact_gtk3.4)
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 Just What I Need!

 
 by cwchien on: Oct 19 2012
 
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Thanks for your sharing.

Finally, a Dust-style theme to fit GTK 3.6.

Simple and easy to eyes.


Cheng-Wei Chien -- Just Another Ubuntu User
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 Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by linvinus on: Oct 20 2012
 
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No problem!
Let me know if you will find an incorrect rendering in some application.


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 Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by amwinkels on: Oct 23 2012
 
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Very pleasing to the eyes!

Opera browser dialogs are black/very dark...


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 Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by linvinus on: Oct 23 2012
 
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Thanks for report.
Please, try latest theme version and latest opera. i tested with Opera 12.02, only notebook tab borders, in settings dialog, are incorrect.
Opera is not my favorite browser, may be i understand you incorrectly, if your problem still present, please share screenshoot with problem.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by linvinus on: Oct 23 2012
 
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0.3.1 - fix notebook tab borders in opera settings dialog.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by amwinkels on: Oct 23 2012
 
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[IMG]http://i47.tinypic.com/2hrlq8h.png[/IMG]


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by linvinus on: Oct 23 2012
 
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Ok, i see the problem, but i don't understand how to reproduce that.
Can you explain what you are doing?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by linvinus on: Oct 24 2012
 
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Ok, i think that i have found this dialog,
here is how it looks on my computer http://imageshack.us/a/img526/6459/20121024120127.png



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by linvinus on: Oct 24 2012
 
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Probably problem in QGtkStyle, it is part of QT since 4.5.
In Ubuntu quantal and QT 4.8.3, problem is not exist.
Which version do you have?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by amwinkels on: Oct 24 2012
 
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Thanks for your efforts!

I'm just a Linux noob, who appreciates the effort of the community both technical and artistic.

I use Ubuntu 12.04, NVIDIA from xorg-edgers,
Opera 12.02. qmake --version says:
The program 'qmake' can be found in the following packages:
* qt3-dev-tools
* qt4-qmake
Try: sudo apt-get install <selected package>

For me it's no big deal, I like your theme so just was giving some feedback.

From the aesthetic side (but thats also personal)
the position of the buttons could be a little more centered and maybe a variant with colors when button is focused (e.g. red, yellow/orange, green for close, maximize, minimize), but I don't know the original theme's colors.

Anyway appreciate your work.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by amwinkels on: Oct 24 2012
 
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Thanks for your efforts!

I'm just a Linux noob, who appreciates the effort of the community both technical and artistic.

I use Ubuntu 12.04, NVIDIA from xorg-edgers,
Opera 12.02. qmake --version says:
The program 'qmake' can be found in the following packages:
* qt3-dev-tools
* qt4-qmake
Try: sudo apt-get install <selected package>

For me it's no big deal, I like your theme so just was giving some feedback.

From the aesthetic side (but thats also personal)
the position of the buttons could be a little more centered and maybe a variant with colors when button is focused (e.g. red, yellow/orange, green for close, maximize, minimize), but I don't know the original theme's colors.

Anyway appreciate your work.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Just What I Need!

 
 by amwinkels on: Oct 24 2012
 
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Thanks for your efforts!

I'm just a Linux noob, who appreciates the effort of the community both technical and artistic.

I use Ubuntu 12.04, NVIDIA from xorg-edgers,
Opera 12.02. qmake --version says:
The program 'qmake' can be found in the following packages:
* qt3-dev-tools
* qt4-qmake
Try: sudo apt-get install <selected package>

For me it's no big deal, I like your theme so just was giving some feedback.

From the aesthetic side (but thats also personal)
the position of the buttons could be a little more centered and maybe a variant with colors when button is focused (e.g. red, yellow/orange, green for close, maximize, minimize), but I don't know the original theme's colors.

Anyway appreciate your work.



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 amwinkels

 
 by linvinus on: Oct 24 2012
 
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To identify QT version you can use command
dpkg -l libqtgui4

but any way, in ubuntu 12.04 my theme will have some bugs, becouse it use gtk css syntax from gtk 3.6, which is not available in Ubuntu 12.04, sorry, i don't have possibility to support two versions.
I have updated all of my computers to the latest version of Ubuntu..


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