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Sugar

   1.3  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  15739
Submitted:  Mar 27 2009
Updated:  Sep 4 2010

Description:

Hello !

Sugar is sweet, as this theme (hopefully) !

Enough of bad joke, this theme is meant to be very clean and nice. Good for both professional and personal use I think.


It includes a dark menu version you can choose from Controls customization.


It is sensitive to color changes so you can customize it to your liking.
It comes with 5 sets of predefined colors : Blue (Sugar), Gray (SugarGrey), Green (SugarGreen), Orange (SugarOrange) and Brown (SugarUbuntu)

Sets use the great Gion Icon Theme. You can find it here : http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Gi%C3%B8n?content=36944
Ubuntu and Orange sets use the Human Icon Theme ubuntu-mono-dark that comes with Ubuntu.

Feedbacks and bug reports appreciated !!!

Don't forget to vote if you like it.




Changelog:

04/09/2010 Lot of changes here :
- The new metacity is now the default Sugar metacity theme. You can still download the old one (check links).
- New menubar item style
- SugarUbuntu color set changed to match the Ambiance theme in Maverick
- SugarOrange looks more like other color sets
- Checkbox/radio buttons no longer glossy (this fix gimp tools buttons)
- More work on the panel
- Other minor fixes

02/09/2010 Oops Corrected workaround for menus where the text color is used in SugarDarkMenu in v1.2 (I should be more careful with my copy paste next time)

02/09/2010 Added panel gradient.
Minor Fixes and code clean up.
New Metacity : SugarNew try it out
WARNING : if menubar is unreadable in some apps (black text over black background) check the gtkrc near the end of the file.

18/03/2010 Added all color sets in gtkrc file (edit it to choose yours)
Added the whole new smooth separator

17/03/2010 Corrected workaround for menus where the text color is used in SugarDarkMenu in v1.1

17/03/2010 Improved overall look thanks to new options of murrine from git

21/08/2009 Added metacity with centered title

11/05/2009 Corrected workaround for menus where the text color is used in SugarDarkMenu.

10/05/2009 Added 2 color sets (Orange and Gray). Changed metacity buttons. Added dark menu version. Some color tweaks on Ubuntu version. Others Minor tweaks.

31/03/2009 Corrected progressbar text color

29/03/2009 Code cleaning. Corrected some bad behaviors, mostly on panel and notebook.




LicenseArtistic 2.0
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 Sweeet

 
 by quartermass on: Mar 18 2010
 
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Very cool theme with the nice, clean button set that's so popular. Congrats on a fine work.


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 Nice

 
 by SaikoBee on: Mar 18 2010
 
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Very clean, just enough dark.


Don\'t you get it? If you die in Canada, you die in real life!
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 Not using gnome appearance pre

 
 by pknull on: Mar 18 2010
 
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Is there a way to turn the variations into standalone gtk themes.


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 Re: Not using gnome appearance pre

 
 by SamsamTS on: Mar 18 2010
 
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I don't do it that way for 3 reasons :
- It's harder to maintain
- Why duplicate files when what is changing is only the color set
- You can change to SugarDarkmenu without affecting the chosen color set

But I will add every color set into the gtkrc file.

That way you will just need to comment the default color set (blue) and uncomment the color you need.
If you really want standalone themes you will have to duplicate the gtkrc and choose the right color set in each.

I'll update it soon.


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 Re: Re: Not using gnome appearance pre

 
 by pknull on: Mar 18 2010
 
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Thank you very much. I tried to do something similar using the index.theme but not only was the gtk color variable a different name, it was formatted differently. Thanks for doing the heavy lifting to create such a great theme and make it easier for those of us not necessarily using the gnome session manager. I've put this down as a like and am looking forward to your update.


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 Re: Re: Not using gnome appearance pre

 
 by mld on: Mar 19 2010
 
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> Why duplicate files when what is changing is only the color set

Well, because not everyone uses GNOME (XFCE in my case), and is able to change the colours unless by hacking gtkrcs.


Anyway, thanks a lot for your nice theme. I like it a lot. btw. if there's interest I made myself an emerald windeco based on Dust.


mld / uade team
UADE - http://zakalwe.fi/uade

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 Re: Re: Re: Not using gnome appearance pre

 
 by uncholowapo on: Mar 19 2010
 
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It's not that hard if you actually read up on what you have to change. Its actually really easy.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Not using gnome appearance pre

 
 by mld on: Mar 20 2010
 
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thanks for the reply. You are right. It is fairly easy to edit but what I meant, this theme is e.g. automatically on xfce-look.

People might expect from looking at the screenshots, that those gnome-color set themes are available for them ootb as well.(Some were with 1.0 btw;-))

Never mind. Good theme!


mld / uade team
UADE - http://zakalwe.fi/uade

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 Where's the Engine?

 
 by fredbird67 on: Mar 18 2010
 
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Where can one get version 1.1 of the Murrine Engine? I've looked all over for it and can't find it, not even at Cimitan's own website (the most recent he has is 0.90). Where did you find it?


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 Re: Where's the Engine?

 
 by SamsamTS on: Mar 18 2010
 
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1.1 is the version of my theme not the lasted version of murrine.

I said that you might need to compile murrine from git (http://git.gnome.org/browse/murrine/) for the version 1.1 of my theme.

I think it might work on Lucid without needing to compile murrine but i haven't tested.


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 Re: Re: Where's the Engine?

 
 by fredbird67 on: Mar 18 2010
 
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Ah...thanx. Since I'm at work right now (on that inferior virus-laden operating system, and not by choice), I'll get to it over the weekend. Thanx again! :-)


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 Information needed

 
 by Herzchell on: Mar 19 2010
 
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Hi, Your theme looks like something i would like alot.. Alas I don't know what to do to make it work properly, I believe I compiled murrine from git successfully though i might me wrong, If you know of a place I can find instructions as to how to get themes like yours working, I'd really appreciate it if you would share the info.


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 Re: Information needed

 
 by SamsamTS on: Mar 19 2010
 
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I added a tutorial in Knowledge base section :
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?action=knowledgebase&content=101757&kbid=336


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 Hi!

 
 by linuxlex on: Sep 2 2010
 
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Really very nice theme. Předenším to LinuxMINT nice. Much praise and appreciate the up.


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