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Duality

   0.5.0  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  3915
Submitted:  Dec 11 2008
Updated:  Jun 26 2010

Description:

This theme is designed to allow for easy customization by a tinkerer. It includes a preprocessor script which allows the user to easily customize the appearance of one of the built-in templates. By editing a few key values about brightness and contrast, the preprocessor performs a series of calculations and builds a new theme. (which you can still edit manually).

To run the preprocessor, go to the folder where this theme is stored (usually ~/.themes/Duality) and run `./customize-gui.rb` You must have Ruby installed, along with the gnome bindings (ruby-gnome2) to run the customization scripts. On Ubuntu, this can be done with the command:

sudo apt-get install ruby ruby-gnome2

To use the built-in templates, you will need the Aurora, Equinox, and Murrine theme engines.

Bug reports or suggestions are always welcome.

The themes generated by this preprocessor and default templates work well with the Gnome2 Global Menu Bar project.




Changelog:

0.1.0
- Initial Release

0.1.1
- Small fixes from 0.1.0

0.2.0
- Fixed appearance of Main Menu Bar on Gnome Panel
- Adjusted default appearance to be slightly lighter
- Finer control over scrollbars, added scroll and scroll_border properties
- Removed globalmenu property - all generated themes work with global menu now
- Menu contrast now matches toolbar contrast for lines in between rows of menus/toolbars
- Improved saving of previous setings - now default values are not saved/reloaded
- Restricted saving past settings to top-level gtk+metacity script to prevent confusion
- Cleaned up gtkrc-symbol file for consistency/readability
- Cleaned up code to increase readability, ease of modification/growth
- Added versioning information

0.2.1
- Fixed bug preventing values from being passed to metacity/gtk transform scripts

0.3.0
- Completely rewrote gtkrc-symbol file from Clearlooks gtkrc as starting point
- Eliminated theme dependance on the Nodoka engine
- Fixed bug where symbol values were set to target default when target not yet processed.
- Fixed toolbar widget colour issues in applications like AbiWord and Epiphany
- TreeView widgets have some extra padding to prevent crowding in applications like nautilus
- Scale widgets now using thin handle
- Metacity title text beveled/etched, corners made square
- Metacity now takes menu as contrast value.
- Added curvature setting to determine curvature of widgets
- Added button_border parameter for button/combobox border strength
- Added metacity_border parameter for width of Left/Right/Bottom metacity border
- Added metacity_bottom parameter for extra width of etched Bottom metacity border
- Added metacity_outline property to adjust strength of window border outline
- Added tool (contrast) separate from contrast

0.4.0
- Created a single 'Setting' data structure to hold the setting names, descriptions, defaults, etc.
- Created a Setting data type to hold a collection of Settings, and to provide b/w compat w/ hash access
- Merged the transforms into single file with 2 transform functions, along with fn to get a SettingSet.
- Created a Template class which reads an rb file and gtk/met template files (.Duality)
- Made Singularity into first template
- Created GUI to read the SettingSet and construct a settings pane for instant feedback on changes.

0.5.0
- Bug Fixes
- Widget Padding setting
- Updated theme templates to use Equinox engine for some widgets
- Dark Template




LicenseGPL
(Gtk + Metacity Themes)
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 Don't work

 
 by ubuntico on: Jun 26 2010
 
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Don't work on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx.


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 Re: Don't work

 
 by chiron on: Jun 26 2010
 
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Could you be more specific?


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 Re: Don't work

 
 by chiron on: Jun 27 2010
 
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I should add that I'm on Lucid, as well and it works for me. Could you double-check and make sure that you have ruby and ruby-gnome2 packages installed on your computer?


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 Re: Re: Don't work

 
 by ubuntico on: Jun 27 2010
 
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Works after to install ruby-gnome2


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