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e-gtk-theme

   0.19.3  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 68%
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  7415
Submitted:  Dec 24 2012
Updated:  Dec 28 2014

Description:

A gtk theme to match enlightenment dark theme.

BIG FAT WARWING: THIS IS NOT A GNOME/SystemD OS THEME !!! AS THE NAME IMPLY. SO DO NOT EXPECT ANY GNOME/SystemD OS SUPPORT. (THERE WON'T BE ANY!)

ANOTHER BIG WARING: gtk-3 does not support any decent arrow theming but chosing a color. Go ask GNOME/SystemD OS devs why...? BRANDING !!! THEY WILL CERTAINLY SAY. Say good by to that nice gtk-2 feature as it is scheduled to be deprecated in gtk-3.14. (They should have deprecated it since gtk-3.0 because GtkArrow widget is useless since gtk-3.0.)

First screenshot with gtk-2.0 apps (Xarchiver, jack-mixer, GMPC (GNOME MPD Client), PCManFM).

Second screenshot with gtk-3.0 apps; and PCManFM (gtk-2); *unknow* gtk-3 filemanager is SpaceFM (gtk-3), with Evince, Meld and LADI Settings (LADI.org).

(Terminal app is Rxvt-unicode/Terminology)




Changelog:

0.19.3:

gtk-3: update gtk-widgets.css (which was not included in the previous push);

0.19.2:

gtk-2: use bigger image for tab highlight (fix ugly left/right active tab);
minor active menuitem fix;

0.19.1:

gtk-[23]: tooltip (v2) update; use normal check/radio on hover;
removed entry outline glow;
gtk-3: use bevel curved in list (a la e);

0.19.0:

gtk-[23]: tab-bar-v2: update/clean up notebook tabs (gtk-2 is better?/);
(idea: e.org tab like because e like tab are not possible especially for gtk-2);
gtk-2: added inset shadow in entry; and use bevel-in frame in notebook;
gtk-2: use default fg_color for menubar; and new menu (v3);

0.18.4:

* gtk-[23]: notebook clean up; gtk-2: progressbar clean up (removed bevel);
* gtk-3: added dialog action-area separator; notebook border fix;

0.18.3:

* gtk-2: use bg_notebok for menu; gtk-[23]: use png button for toolbar;
* gtk-3: improved (again) (small) button and toolbar; GtkGrid fix;
* gtk-3: spinner update; minor image clean up; toolbar separator fix;

0.18.2: (gtk-3)

* fix toolbar buttons state (broken in 0.18.1);
* entry update with a nice focus/insensitive/progressbar;
* added a few GtkFlow/ListBox widgets;

0.18.1: (gtk-3)

* BIG gtk-2 clean up (aka TAB HELL);
* major gtk-3 notebook overhaul (visual from gt-2) and clean up;
* minor spinbutton, button, toolbar and therminal update;

0.18.0: (gtk-3)

* Added makefiles to avoid plain copying the whole directory;
* (gtk-3:) entry update; insensitive sym_{lef,righ}t update;

0.17.4: (gtk-3)

* Fix button, dialog, separator and menuitem widget;

0.17.3: (gtk-3)

* Fix arrow-size and GtkTexView (transparent background in GtkDialog);

0.17.2:

* support larger toolbar (gtk-[23].0;
* Re-fixed dialog; Fix separator; Fix check (almost functionnal);
button update (nicer look).

0.17.1: (gtk-3)

* fixed scroll button (removed unecessary adwaita engine),
gtk+-3.0 support themable scroll button (arrows are not);
* fix background color (set default) and GtkBox/ToolButton/Dialog;
* fix grip, menuitem, {action,info,header,search}-bar;
* and clean up headers (still check&radio buttons are too buggy).

0.17.0:

* updated notebook bg;
* added a menubar separator;
* cropped button image to get fewer shadow;
* minor fixes;
* gtk+-3 cannot be finished because of... lack of documentation.

0.16.9/10:

* clean up gtk+-2;
* added spinner animation (not tested);
* updated GtkNotebook (gtk+-2) to the new menu like tabs;
* fixed button state (look much better);
* added expander arrows (gtk+-2 only, how to make gtk+3 counterpart?);
* update progressbar to GtkScale like look;

0.16.8:

* fix: added tab images (forgoten from previous bug fix release);
* improved gtk+-3 GtkNotebook and GtkTreeView;
* added adwaita engine dependency to fix insensitive arrows for now;

0.16.7:

* reverted unified tabs (left/right/top tabs were more than awfull);
* GtkNotebook update (gtk+-3 notebook page focus is nice(?), cannot do the
same for gtk+-2), now bottom tabs (for upper notebook pages) aren't that nice;
* added metacity and start-here.pngg forgetted image files;
* fixed base color definitions (thanks to a. özkan for reporting),
normaly >=gtk+-2.12 (iirc) shoud support `; ' instead of `\n';

0.16.6:

* fixed gtk-2.0/tabs following 0.16.5 version bump;

0.16.5:

* unified tabs;
* added gtk-3.0/img symlink;
* fixes and fixes.

0.16.3:

* gtk+-2: fixed notebook tab images; minor fixes/edits/update;
* gtk+-3: major updates/edits/fixes; remain: GtkComboBox, GtkSpinButton,
GtkEntry to name the major widgets and how to globally define GtkShadowType
and GtkArrow globaly.

0.16.2:

* gtk+-2: minor fixes/edits/updates;
* gtk+-3: initial gtk-3.0 files/commit;

0.16.0:

* see commits;




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 the latest E17

 
 by azawi on: Feb 5 2013
 
Score 50%

needs gtk3
at least in bodhi.


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 Nice theme - voted good!

 
 by mcliffe on: Apr 10 2014
 
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I'm trying to tweak the colours of the "File Edit View..." text on the menu bar to be more like the E17 menus. I think the default text colour is #fafafa then the nice Darkness Blue on focus or click. I'm poking around the css files and trying changes but nothing seems to do what I want. Is this even possible? Any idea where I should be looking ?

Thanks


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 Re: Nice theme - voted good!

 
 by tcl on: Nov 25 2014
 
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Grab the latest tarball which have white text in menubar (gtk-3.0 only). Still pondering for gtk-2.0.

It's really easy to tweak for gtk-2.0, so no comment here.


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 visibility

 
 by radiopathic on: Dec 30 2014
 
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finally, a dark theme where you can see what you're typing in input boxes!


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 Ubiquty Installer has some Text Issues

 
 by jeffhoogland on: Jan 16 2015
 
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I am hoping to use this GTK theme with Bodhi 3.0.0

I have one major issue with the current theme. The second screen of the Ubuntu Ubiqity installer has unreadable text:

https://www.enlightenment.org/ss/e-54b91320487bf2.76172447.png


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 Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Text Issues

 
 by tcl on: Jan 16 2015
 
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Sorry to say this, but it might be difficult to solve this issue... I mean this issue is common with dark theme among web-browsers that openly override native theme to have a _brandy_ look (namely Firefox & Chrome-ium.)

Unfortunately, this issue plagues gtk+-3 apps because... GNOME/SystemD OS devs openly set new politics on a... (new) _brandy_ look.

At first glance, the app seems to be a gtk+-3 apps that does not respect the fore/background color.

The only workable thing to do is either have a look at the sources files--this is a tedious job--to locate exactly what widget is being used and try to make a hack... Or else, look at other themes (take gnome-theme-standard as a starting point) for possibly other/or the same hack you're looking for (for Ubiquty)--this less tedious than the previous methode, but this does require some luck on your side.

I have never used Ubiquity so, I cannot provide additional tips but the previous (and I don't see it in the official Gentoo portage tree.)

Good luck!


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 Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Text Issues

 
 by tcl on: Jan 16 2015
 
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ADDITIONNAL NOTE:

And this is clearly the case here--brandy look imposition--because the faulty part of the UI uses recognizable frame (from adwaita engine.)

The app, or rather the devs of the app, _seem_ to have hardcoded adwaita engine theme.


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 Re: Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Text Issues

 
 by jeffhoogland on: Jan 17 2015
 
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I am looking at the .ui file for this part of the Ubiquity installer and the object doesn't appear to have a hard coded theme. It is a "StateBox" object.

I've uploaded the code that generates for viewing here -> http://paste.debian.net/140981/


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Text Issues

 
 by tcl on: Jan 17 2015
 
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Yes, it seems there is a new widget called "StateBox" (without a "Gtk" prefix) introduced in gtk+-3.14.
(I am using gtk+-3.12 and I did not found anything related to it in the documention... I noticed the availability of 3.14 in Gentoo portage tree, but I have to upgrade to it.)

So try this:
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..0d5e6af 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -764,6 +764,7 @@ GtkDialog {
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 0px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkBox,
GtkBox:insensitive,
GtkGrid,
--
or this one if the previous patch is no good
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..d471f35 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -816,6 +816,7 @@ GtkDialog .titlebar,
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 1px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkCellView,
GtkFlowBox,
GtkListBox,
--

Good luck!

NOTE: THE PATCHES ARE NOT USEFULL BECAUSE THE FIRST SPACE DISAPEAR SOMEWHERE. So, just add the extra line (by hand) following the context.

PS: I will wait for your feedback to push any of the previous if it does the trick...


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Text Issues

 
 by tcl on: Jan 17 2015
 
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Yes, it seems there is a new widget called "StateBox" (without a "Gtk" prefix) introduced in gtk+-3.14.
(I am using gtk+-3.12 and I did not found anything related to it in the documention... I noticed the availability of 3.14 in Gentoo portage tree, but I have to upgrade to it.)

So try this:
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..0d5e6af 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -764,6 +764,7 @@ GtkDialog {
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 0px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkBox,
GtkBox:insensitive,
GtkGrid,
--
or this one if the previous patch is no good
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..d471f35 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -816,6 +816,7 @@ GtkDialog .titlebar,
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 1px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkCellView,
GtkFlowBox,
GtkListBox,
--

Good luck!

NOTE: THE PATCHES ARE NOT USEFULL BECAUSE THE FIRST SPACE DISAPEAR SOMEWHERE. So, just add the extra line (by hand) following the context.

PS: I will wait for your feedback to push any of the previous if it does the trick...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Text Is

 
 by jeffhoogland on: Jan 22 2015
 
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I can't manage to get these patches to apply properly. What command am I supposed to be using and what is the patch file supposed to look like? Could you just patsebin an updated css file for me?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Tex

 
 by tcl on: Jan 22 2015
 
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Well then grab them:
http://pastebin.com/75gZspqd
http://pastebin.com/C1CS8ADb

Just run `patch -p1 < FILE' in the sources directory or in `/usr/share/themes/e' if installed.

(You should have patch binary or grab on the Debian/Ubutun official repository. You could have just edited the file at hand with context provided by those diff...)

Luck.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubiquty Installer has some

 
 by jeffhoogland on: Jan 22 2015
 
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Both of those patches result in essentially the same appearance: http://www.enlightenment.org/ss/e-54c15671f30bd7.55306006.png



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Tex

 
 by tcl on: Jan 22 2015
 
Score 50%

Well then grab them:
http://pastebin.com/75gZspqd
http://pastebin.com/C1CS8ADb

Just run `patch -p1 < FILE' in the sources directory or in `/usr/share/themes/e' if installed.

(You should have patch binary or grab on the Debian/Ubutun official repository. You could have just edited the file at hand with context provided by those diff...)

Luck.


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 Re: Ubiquty Installer has some Text Issues

 
 by tcl on: Jan 22 2015
 
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Well, I cannot help... The faulty part are using frame from adwaita engine recognizale in any adwaita theme based; There is no such frame in this theme; And furthermore, it does not use adwaita engine. I am not sure `StateBox' is a valid widget name either.

Good luck.


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 Issues with some text input in Firefox

 
 by jeffhoogland on: Feb 22 2015
 
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Apparently there are some issues with this theme and some text inputs in firefox. More details here -> http://forums.bodhilinux.com/index.php?/topic/12012-issue-with-white-text-on-white-background-with-ff-and-wps-in-e17gtk-theme/


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 Re: Issues with some text input in Firefox

 
 by tcl on: Feb 23 2015
 
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Well, regarding this... many comments above or WARNINGS are all about it.
What to add? I don't know.
Contributors are welcomed of course!


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