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Simple eGTK


GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Simple eGTK

Simple eGTK

Simple eGTK

Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  4252
Submitted:  Feb 6 2010
Updated:  Aug 14 2010


This gtk+ theme is based on the eGTK theme.

I tried to make the theme a little slimmer (smaller icons, smaller widgets, ...)

This is just another small step on my way to create an OSX like desktop. Though I have to admit that my Mac OS X 10.6 looks still much better ;-)

Future plans:
* Get rid of some graphical glitches (comboboxes)
* Add better firefox support
* Update icon set
* Improve visual style of tabs (eg. nicer close button)
* Customized iconset

1) Nautilus is partly transparent: either edit the gtkrc in the theme folder and file and set "rgba" to "FALSE" or use gconf-editor to navigate to "apps > nautilus > preferences" and enable / disable the "rgba_colormap" key.


2.3 - Macified the toolbar buttons (no more borders)
2.2 - Fixed software-center searchbox
2.1 - Minor improvements for spinbuttons
2.0 - Minor changes/improvements to text and comboboxes.
1.9 - Fixed a bug with GtkScales
1.8 - Evolution toolbar update
1.7 - Updated dialogs-icons, combo and textboxes.
1.6 - Finally with icons. Sorry for not including the icon set up till now ...
1.5 - I finally managed to slim down all widgets.
1.4 - now nearly all buttons are slimmed down now. Some further refinements (scrollbars, buttons, comboboxes)
1.3 - updated the comboboxes and textboxes
1.2 - some improvements for Nautilus (sidebar, tabs)
1.1 - replaced hardcoded fonts settings. Theme should now apply the Gnome standard font settings.
1.0 - initial release

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 by mojo2012 on: Mar 7 2010
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I installed the elementary-nautilus ppa but it seems that the rgba_colormap key is not supported. I created a bool and set it to false - no effect. Somewhere I read that I have to use use the current sources and compile it. Did that as explained in http://www.webupd8.org/2010/01/nautilus-elementary-simplified-nautilus.html, but nautilus crashes on startup with this error message: ... nautilus_window_sync_clutter_toggle: assertion failed:; (GTK_IS_ACTION (action))

Provide the deb/ppa you're using and I'll try to fix the theme. Btw, I used the am_monkeyd/nautilus-elementary-ppa - maybe that's the wrong one?

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 Re: rgba_colormap

 by ammonkey on: Mar 8 2010
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try again the last rev, it's fixed now.

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 Re: Re: rgba_colormap

 by mojo2012 on: Mar 9 2010
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@pablomoreno: now nautilus-elementary is working here but I don't see the problem as you described it!

Look at the screenshot: http://img59.imageshack.us/i/screenshot1la.png

The metacity border has the color #e5e5e5, the window background directly below the window border has exactly the same color. Even if I disable gnome-globalmenu to display the menubar inside the window, there is no problem with the colors.
Btw, the toolbar/menubar uses a very soft gradient - maybe that's the problem?

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 Thanks a lot

 by joedev on: Jul 30 2010
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Hey my friend. Thanks a lot for your contribution. I've thinking the same: why don't they shrink it so it'd look like OSX? I haven't had the time to work on a solution so that's why I thank you for that. If you want to continue adding new features and want some help I'd love to help. Thanks again.

Jose Saldana
Software Developer @ www.admios.com

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 Thanx ;-)

 by mojo2012 on: Jul 30 2010
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In the long term I plan to completely rewrite the theme to separate the "shrink it" part from the osx lookalike part. Basically the idea is to have all the "shrink code" in a separate theme, that can be included in any theme file and enable the slimmer interface.
Additionally I want to perfect the overall look of the theme, eg nautilus, evolution, firefox. Currently I'm relatively satisfied with the theme, but there are many graphical glitches I want to get rid of.

To accomplish all this, I think I have to rebuild the theming part from scratch. This perhaps will take a few months or so, because currently I simply don't have enough time.

If your are willing to help continue this project, best will be to simply dig into the gtkrc code and look how thinks work. You will see that there are plenty of "hacks", eg for all the 4 different types of comboboxes which all look and work a little bit different. Perhaps you can identify dead code, that doesn't do anything or stuff like this.

Regarding distribution, you could research on how to make deb files or even provide a PPA or stuff like this, as the current method of supplying a tar.gz is not the best thing.

Furthermore, if you have any ideas for improving the look of a certain app just drop me a mail.

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