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DigitalDark-2-Red

   v1.2.5  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 71%
DigitalDark-2-Red
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DigitalDark-2-Red
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  4256
Submitted:  Apr 10 2006
Updated:  Apr 19 2006

Description:

Dark red theme for those night stalkers out there..

**Caution, keep theme away from sunlight as it may cuase the theme to burst into flames!!




Changelog:

v1.2
-Theme and previews uploaded

!!Update!!
v1.2.2
Metacity frame header corrected color. Now can be seen much easier. New screeny uploaded as well. May have to refresh your broser for the new screenshot to show up.

!!update!!
v1.2.3
-Adjusted Button colors, now brighter.
-Added Menu graphic.
-New screenshots uploaded.

*Notes:
Noticed on some monitors that colors didnt show well and looked dirty. That should be corrected now. Also these themes show best in dark rooms.

!!update!!
v1.2.4
-Fixed Tab alignments.
-Adjusted Button colors.
-Added Notebook Graphic.
-Code Optimized.
-Adjusted Text Entry color.
-Adjusted Slider Trough color.
-New Widget Factory screeny uploaded.

*Notes: Speacial thanks goes out to BVC for his assistance on helping get the notebook backgrounds working.

!!update!!
v1.2.5
-Fixed Left and Right tabs display error.
-Adjusted background 2% lighter.
-New screenshots




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 Not bad...

 
 by ghostdancer on: Apr 10 2006
 
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Personally, I find this is a good attempt.

However, I notice, using this theme, my Evolution becomes hard to use. Fonts colors became too pale or unreadable.


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 Re: Not bad...

 
 by bigbandit2004 on: Apr 10 2006
 
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Hmm. Very interesting. I use Evolution as well and everything is always very crisp and clear. If you can email me a screenshot I would love to take a look and see if its something I am able to fix on my end. Also sometimes the program needs to be restarted for new font colors to take effect.


Cheers,
Bandit

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 Re: Re: Not bad...

 
 by ghostdancer on: Apr 18 2006
 
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I think this only affect HTML emails. Try send a few HTML emails to yourself.


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 Re: Re: Re: Not bad.

 
 by bigbandit2004 on: Apr 18 2006
 
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The issue is not the theme at all. The issue is you may have users sending you email were the email has a specifies background, but a unspecified font color.
I send my self a email and everythign is fine. But I do know what your talking about as I have freinds and family who send the fancy background for there email but never take the time to specify a black , blue or red font..
This is a enherent problem when it comes to using dark themes.
I would recomend if you have anyone that sends you email, to ask them to send plain text. HTML email is overated anyway.


Cheers,
Bandit

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 How

 
 by Deltafee on: Apr 10 2006
 
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Hey I am using fedora core 5 how would I get the transparent windows?


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 Re: How

 
 by bigbandit2004 on: Apr 11 2006
 
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Gnome Terminal as shown above has the otption under the settings to software tint the terminal.


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 Trouble with Firefox

 
 by alittlebitofboth on: Jul 23 2007
 
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First off, I love the theme! It's gorgeous! The only problem I have is with Firefox. A lot of the text turns VERY light gray, especially in my gmail, so it's very hard to see, if at all visible.


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