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RGBA Gtk+ module

   0.2 .deb avaible  

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RGBA Gtk+ module
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RGBA Gtk+ module
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Downloads:  5787
Submitted:  Mar 6 2009
Updated:  Feb 23 2010

Description:

Gtk+ module to activate RGBA in gtk apps.
Use it with Cimitan\'s murrine theme engine instead of patching applications.

Thanks to VMChaZ for help with debug.
http://home.kis.ru/~vmchaz

Installation
Just use PPA or (1) and (2)
1) Compile it:
gcc -fPIC -shared librgba.c -o librgba.so `pkg-config --cflags --libs gtk+-2.0`
2) Copy librgba.so to /usr/lib/gtk-2.0/modules.

3) Install Cimitan\'s murrine engine and themes for it
4) Activate RGBA:
- Open gnome-color-chooser
- go to \"Engines\" tab
- set \"global\" checkbox
- Choose \"Murrine\"
- Click preferences
- set 2 RGBA checkboxes
5)Add export GTK_MODULES=rgba to .profile
Set environment variable GTK_RGBA_APPS (usually add to .profile).
export GTK_RGBA_APPS= list of applications

GTK_RGBA_APPS variable
- set it to colon separated list of applications to activate rgba ONLY in these apps:
GTK_RGBA_APPS=gedit:app2:app3

- append \"allbut\" to start to activate rgba in ALL apps except listed:
GTK_RGBA_APPS=allbut:gedit:app2:app3

FAQ
Q: Some applications does not work. Is it bug?
A: It is Ok, and not bug of RGBA Gtk+ module.
Not all apps can use RGBA.
You SHOULD set up GTK_RGBA_APPS variable.
For example:
GTK_RGBA_APPS=gedit:gcacltool:gnome-help - Activate RGBA ONLY in gnome edit, gnome calculator and gnome help.
or
GTK_RGBA_APPS=allbut:gedit:gcacltool:gnome-help - Activate RGBA in ALL applications except listed.

P.S. Sorry for bad English.




Changelog:

0.2
prints name of program to console when rgba activated.

0.1
first release




LicenseGPL
(0.2)
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 suggestions

 
 by smif1984 on: Mar 8 2009
 
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I suggest making a list of application that break. We could do this and make available for download a sample .profile file..


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 bug in exporting variables

 
 by smif1984 on: Mar 8 2009
 
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test case:
exclude for instance rhythmbox using rgba in .profile file:

export GTK_MODULES=rgba
export GTK_RGBA_APPS=gedit

So the only application which should use rgba would be gedit.

Then open a terminal and type rhythmbox: the application could not start because it crashes.

I don't know where this comes from, it seems that it's ignoring the blacklist..


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 Re: bug in exporting variables

 
 by aleksey on: Mar 8 2009
 
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It is impossible.
export GTK_MODULES=rgba
export GTK_RGBA_APPS=gedit
rhythmbox
(rhythmbox:14393): Rhythmbox-WARNING **: Unable to start mDNS browsing: Сервис MDNS не запущен
(rhythmbox:14393): Rhythmbox-WARNING **: Unable to stop mDNS browsing: Сервис MDNS не запущен


rhythmbox works fine


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 Re: Re: bug in exporting variables

 
 by zniavre on: Mar 8 2009
 
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hello
it's strange but here rhythmbox does not work with your patch (pidgin too) it works as before only with plugin)

export GTK_RGBA_APPS=allbut:gnome-panel:firefox:rhythmbox:netspeed_applet2:GlobalMenu.PanelApplet:zattoo_player:zattood:mixer_applet2:gksu:synaptic:amule:nautilus:pidgin

here my "blacklisted list" of application who does not work


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 Re: Re: bug in exporting variables

 
 by zniavre on: Mar 8 2009
 
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hello
it's strange but here rhythmbox does not work with your patch (pidgin too) it works as before only with plugin)

export GTK_RGBA_APPS=allbut:gnome-panel:firefox:rhythmbox:netspeed_applet2:GlobalMenu.PanelApplet:zattoo_player:zattood:mixer_applet2:gksu:synaptic:amule:nautilus:pidgin

here my "blacklisted list" of application who does not work


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 Re: Re: bug in exporting variables

 
 by smif1984 on: Mar 8 2009
 
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if i explicitly set the two env variables in a terminal and then start rhytmbox it works.. ok for this.. but in my case the only apps that should use rgba are in the .profile file.. even if rhythmbox is not in the list it cannot start.. it seems that the file is ignored..


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 Re: Re: Re: bug in exporting variables

 
 by smif1984 on: Mar 8 2009
 
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it seems that when you open a new terminal session the env variables you've set before are gone.. a workaround for this is to set the env variables in my .bashrc file.. or just a line with : source ~/.profile.. i think this was my problem..


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 Re: Re: bug in exporting variables

 
 by zniavre on: Mar 11 2009
 
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apps with systray cause modules failed
try to improve in this way to limit the amount of blacklisted apps

(sorry for english )


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 Interesting idea...

 
 by lester2 on: Mar 10 2009
 
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...but I've already submitted here a similar one once http://www.linux.org.ru/view-message.jsp?msgid=2607191#2609315 Then Cimi came and asked me to remove the entry. He doesn't like an interference with his code. Hope you will succeed more then me.


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 Re: Interesting idea...

 
 by cimi86 on: Mar 10 2009
 
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That's true, but I'm considering the svn more stable to be used.
I still hope no .debs or similar will be published for this kind of thing: it is meant to be *testing-only*


http://www.cimitan.com
GNOME Developer
Murrine Creator

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 Great

 
 by JotamanX on: Oct 15 2009
 
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Amazing Job!!
it works fine

on archlinux just type: yaourt librgba-gtk-module


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 scripting issues

 
 by VCoolio on: Nov 17 2009
 
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Hi, thanks for your app, works nice. One thing bugs me though (I posted this at the murrine site too, but cimi made me aware of this being an issue with your module): the console output disables usage of zenity. Like this:
enter:
echo `zenity --entry`

if I type "blahblah" the output is:
progname=zenity; RGBA=on blahblah

Don't know what to change; I guess the code in the .c file on line 46 (printf ("\nprogname=%s; RGBA=on\n",progname);) should be different.


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 Re: scripting issues

 
 by VCoolio on: Nov 17 2009
 
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Actually, if you change line 46 to

fprintf (stderr, "\nprogname=%s; RGBA=on\n",progname);

it seems to work.


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 cimitan`s murrina engine

 
 by mucha on: Dec 25 2009
 
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do you know where i can find that engine?


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 Re: cimitan`s murrina engine

 
 by Steh on: Feb 22 2010
 
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http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Murrine+Engine+%28Ubuntu+Packages%29?content=99516

This is an unstable version with some cool new features, I'm using it and it works fine... Anyway just search Murrine in Synaptic to get the official Cimi release (if you're using Ubuntu, the engine is alredy installed, Human Murrine is a Murrine theme)


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