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FineryThemes

   0.1.4  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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FineryThemes
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  10792
Submitted:  May 14 2010
Updated:  Sep 9 2010

Description:

The Finery theme is my implementation of fibermarupoks mockup (http://fibermarupok.deviantart.com/art/Ubuntu-Light-Re-Imagined-156152617) that he created shortly after the new Ubuntu Light Themes were revealed. It also includes a metacity theme.

If you want to read the whole "story" of what I think about the Radiance theme and how I got to implement this mockup, see here: http://immanuel-peratoner.de/index.php?target=blog&post_id=finery-an-ubuntu-light-theme-as-i-would-have-wis

I've also created a git repository on github: http://github.com/iperatoner/finery-themes

Installation:
1. Extract the archive
2. Go into the folder "FineryThemes"
3. Install the themes
3.1. ...via gnome-appearance-properties
3.2. ...by extracting the archives and copying the two folders (Finery, FineryDark) to /usr/share/themes

Using the panel background:
If you want to use the panel background, you have to manually set it for each panel. You can find the file after installing the theme either in `~/.themes/Finery/gtk-2.0/Panels` or in `/usr/share/themes/Finery/gtk-2.0/Panels` (if you installed the theme system-wide).

For the dark variant I recommend the default Ambiance panel background in `/usr/share/themes/Ambiance/gtk-2.0`

Dark variant:
The dark variant is still in testing, please report any bugs/issues with it at github: http://github.com/iperatoner/finery-themes

PPA now available!
Thanks to Shnatsel we now have a FinyeryThemes PPA: http://launchpad.net/~finery-developers/+archive/ppa




Changelog:

0.1.4:
* Fixed ugly bottom corners of window decoration
* Reduced progress bar height
* Increased button's xthickness to 4
* Fixed sound applet slider (thanks suraia!)
* Fixed Gtk Warning (thanks suraia!)
* Fixed banshee popup (thanks suraia!)
* Fixed wrong background color in "menu scroll buttons", e.g. in "System > Preferences"-menu if your screen size is small (thanks aleth!)
* Fixed wrong "auth-expander-item" mouseover background (thanks aleth!)
* Polished buttons
* Polished seperator-menu-items
* Well, perhaps I changed some more stuff; it was just a too long period ;D

0.1.3:
* Included Jonian Guveli's reworked metacity buttons (thanks!)
* Fixed combobox text color issue in dark theme
* Improved gradient on GtkNotebook tabs
* Improved focus color of GtkNotebook tabs and GtkButton

0.1.2.1:
* Including dark variant of the theme (testing)

0.1.2:
* Radiobuttons, checkbuttons and sliders are now rendered using the Equinox engine
* Updated window control buttons (since I found the svg sources of the original buttons :) )
- also includes an "unmaximize" button
- better close-mouseover/pressed buttons
* Fixed weird panel applet background bug

0.1.1:
* Removed "light padding" from nautilus view widget's thin dark border
* Removed thin dark (and ugly;) border from nautilus sidepane
* Softer selected menu items
* More consistent use of color
- using color of selected menu items now in selected treeview items, too
* Changed combobox style to a more simple one
* Panel background is now plain color by default, because of some annoying GTK/Gnome Bugs when setting a pixmap within the gtkrc (not resizing the image, no transparency). Feel free to manually set the panel background; it is in Finery/gtk-2.0/Panel/bg_panel_26.png
* Improved Panel menus
- Increased width of menus in the panel (to better fit the mockup)
- little color changes
* Improved panel window list buttons
- roundness of 2
- better shades
* Decreased height of notebook tabs

0.1:
* Initial release




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(FineryThemes-0.1.4.tar.gz)
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 Nice

 
 by rowancompsciguy on: May 14 2010
 
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Very nice, smooth gradients.


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 Re: Nice

 
 by iperatoner on: May 14 2010
 
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Thanks :)


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 unmaximize

 
 by Ogregore on: May 14 2010
 
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Just checking to see if it is just my setup, when I maximize a window I don't get an unmaximize button, it stays the maximize button. Can you assist?

Thanks Ogre


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 Re: unmaximize

 
 by iperatoner on: May 14 2010
 
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Actually there is no unmximize icon at the moment, because I've just taken the icons from fibermarupok's theme (http://fibermarupok.deviantart.com/art/Ubuntu-Light-GTK-Theme-156313158) which doesn't include that icon atm.

I'll try to find or create an unmaximize icon which is not very easy without the icon's source files :D


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 Re: Re: unmaximize

 
 by Ogregore on: May 14 2010
 
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Thanks so much....this is by far the best (to me anyway) of the Ambiance/Radiance style themes. Thanks for all your work!

Cheers
Ogre


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 beautiful!

 
 by daas88 on: May 15 2010
 
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A lot better than the original! can you make an ambiance version too? :)


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 Re: beautiful!

 
 by daas88 on: May 15 2010
 
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It looks really good, but look the look of my top panel:
http://i.imgur.com/1wlZS.jpg

I'm using ubuntu lucid, with latest updates.


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 Re: Re: beautiful!

 
 by iperatoner on: May 15 2010
 
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Whoops, didn't recognize this since I'm using the panel background. But I'll fix that :)

Ambiance theme will come when there's not that much anymore to do on this base theme.


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 Re: Re: Re: beautiful!

 
 by trevi55 on: May 21 2010
 
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Thanks... Waiting for your Ambiance implementation too.

This one is really great, also if I'd prefer a dark top-bar ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: beautiful!

 
 by Spaceomega on: May 27 2010
 
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Ah, wonderful. This is one of the only imperfections with this that I can see. Thanks :)


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 Re: Re: beautiful!

 
 by iperatoner on: May 29 2010
 
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Should be fixed now.


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 +1

 
 by Vortex0965 on: May 15 2010
 
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A beautiful theme!
I would change only one thing, the close button in metacity is too orange, feels better with the old Humanity icon set,not new .... a final simple question .... there are 5 different backgrounds in the folder, Which one should I use??^_^


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 Re: +1

 
 by iperatoner on: May 15 2010
 
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I'm also not completely happy with the close button yet. You mean making the orange "lighter"?

The panel background that was set by default before is "bg_panel_26.png".


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 Re: Re: +1

 
 by Vortex0965 on: May 15 2010
 
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Thanks for the reply!
I thought just a light red like radiance default...:)


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 Font

 
 by KimJ on: May 18 2010
 
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What is the name of the font type in your website? It would look very cool with your Finery theme on my laptop.


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 Re: Font

 
 by iperatoner on: May 18 2010
 
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Hi, it's Petita, you can find it here: http://www.dafont.com/petita.font

Thanks for the tip, I think I'll try that, too :)


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 Openbox

 
 by Majki-Fajki on: May 20 2010
 
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Any chances for openbox theme?


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 Re: Openbox

 
 by iperatoner on: May 22 2010
 
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I actually don't know how to create openbox themes, so not very likely. But perhaps I'll try it.


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