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WoW

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 72%
WoW
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  20594
Submitted:  May 21 2010
Updated:  Jun 27 2010

Description:

Package contains:
-wow gtk theme
-wow-dark gtk theme
-wow-elementary gtk theme
-wow-dark-elementary gtk theme
-wow-light gtk theme
-wow-light-elementary gtk theme
-two emerald themes
-two xfwm themes
-alternate metacity(without rounded bottom corners)

Elementary Nautilus is required for elementary themes.

Required gtk engines:
-clearlooks
-mist
-pixmap(pixbuf)
-latest murrine

Suggested icons:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/JEY!style+Gnome+icons?content=110603

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/MacUltimate+Leopard?content=82844

To use WoW-Latest theme you have to install latest git version of murrine engine from http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Desktop-Environment/Themes/Murrine-GTK-engine-SVN-39488.shtml

For ArchLinux users:
yaourt -S gtk-engine-murrine-git




Changelog:

22.05.2010 -added emerald and xfwm theme,fixed some bugs and improved some parts of gtk theme.
23.05.2010 -added wow-dark gtk theme,some improvements
25.05.2010 -fixed some bugs,improved label
27.05.2010 -fixed some bugs,added seven new icons
30.05.2010 -added wow-elementary and wow-dark-elementary(screenshots 3)
31.05.2010 -fixed some bugs
02.06.2010 -fixed several bugs in dark versions,metacity improved(minimize button),scrollbar improved(added contrast)
05.06.2010 -some gtk improvments and bug fixes(listview...)
07.06.2010 -improved gtk,emerald and xfwm theme
08.06.2010 -nothing specially,just changed suggested icons in normal versions
09.06.2010 -paneltogglebutton for gnome-panel and xfce-panel and toolbar buttons for normal versions improved
13.06.2010 -added light themes(screenshot 2)
14.06.2010 -changed buttons in Mozilla apps
27.06.2010 -added wow-latest with some text shadows improvements




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 Very Good

 
 by cacamailg on: May 27 2010
 
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The theme is very good.

It is similar in some aspects to the default KDE4 theme.

And I think it fits good on Nautilus-Elementary.

I probably would try to fit better Openoffice apps.


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 Re: Very Good

 
 by nale12 on: May 27 2010
 
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What is problem with openoffice,I tried on 3.2 version and not found any problem.
I will probably make version for elementary nautilus.


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 goooooood one

 
 by amilauduwerella on: May 28 2010
 
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really wow!!!


Thanks,
Amila Uduwerella

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 Re: goooooood one

 
 by nale12 on: May 28 2010
 
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thank you for comment


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 Scrollbar issue

 
 by iamganlu on: May 30 2010
 
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Great theme, only thing that bothers me is scrollbar, which is too similar in color with its background, I often lost the place of scrollbar when browsing a long web page. Could you possibly consider to improve it? Thanks.


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 Re: Scrollbar issue

 
 by RichardBlase on: May 31 2010
 
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I second this. The slider is using the same color as the scrollbar background, and it's difficult to figure out where it is. Nice theme though.

Oh, and CPUFreq applet needs a little hack for its text to be visible on the panel:

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style "applet-text" = "panel"
{
fg[NORMAL] = "#f0f0f0"
}
widget_class *CPUFreqApplet*" style:highest "applet-text"</code>
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Put this somewhere in the theme code (main gtkrc or the panelrc, idk).

Note that I'm not bashing your astonishing work with this theme. These are just a little advices regarding usability, which is the most important part of any desktop.


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 Re: Re: Scrollbar issue

 
 by nale12 on: May 31 2010
 
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Thanks for the tip,I will fix that bug with next update.


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 Wow

 
 by sirsurthur on: May 30 2010
 
Score 50%

Thanks a lot for this great theme. The only comment I could make is that with my eyes, I sometimes have some difficulties to distinguish the scrollbars. Maybe the scrollbars could be a very little bit darker ?

Anyway thanks again !


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 Re: Wow

 
 by nale12 on: May 30 2010
 
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I don't know,I can see it very well,only if you have some problems with sight.Then you should use themes with high contrast,this is low contrast theme.


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 Sick!

 
 by PerturbedPenguin on: May 31 2010
 
Score 50%

Finally a very nice theme for Gnome! There are a number of issues I would like to report and some suggestions to give though. Note I am running Ubuntu 10.04 and of course these may or may not appear in other distros or releases.

1) I would prefer 32x32px icons in the menus like most themes have.
2) The clock applet has rounded edges which is awesome but the hard, rectangular edges still exist on the outside. It would be awesome if you could get rid of these outer, rectangular edges.
3) The volume menu in Ubuntu Lucid is having some issues with the background colour of the slider not matching the black menu.
4) The theme by default seems to refer to an icon theme which you probably have on your computer but that no one else has by default and which doesn't seem to be included in the folder with your theme. Perhaps you could at least add another link to your gnome-look page linking to where that icon set can be downloaded from?
5) On Nautilus and nautilus-like apps a little rounded arrow looking thing shows up in the lower right corner in the location where you would drag the window to enlarge it. I don't know if it is there intentionally or not but my opinion, for what its worth, is that it would look a lot nicer not having anything there.
6) Also in Nautilus when you click on the 'Icon View' tab its menu is a black menu like all the rest of the system menus. This seems to be a common issue in all dark themes I've seen so far. If it would be possible to change just that specific nautilus 'menu' to something lighter that matches the greyish colour of the rest of that interface instead of having it be black I think it would look a lot better.
7) Would it be possible to make all the drop down menus rounded sort of like you did with the clock-applet? I have never seen it done but if you could I think it would look great for just the bottom two corners of all the menus to be rounded!

I love this theme though, it is great! I just hope that it can become even better! If you need any screenshots or clarifications from me let me know.

Thanks for such an awesome theme,
Brian


"Truth persuades by teaching, but does not teach by persuading." - Quintus Septimius Tertullianus
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 Re: Sick!

 
 by nale12 on: May 31 2010
 
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Thank you for your comment and I will answer to your questions:
1)Size of the icons depends of size of the menu,and I don't like big menus.
2)It is impossible due to limitations of gtk theming.
3)It is only in Ubuntu(and Ubuntu derivatives),all other distributions have no this problem,I will try to fix it,but it will be difficult because it is only Ubuntu issue.
4)Ok,I will put the links to icon themes.
5)I do not know exactly what you mean,screenshot will be very helpful.
6)I think it is possible to get,but I don't think it is nicer,if anybody else would thinking like you, I will consider to change it.
7)It is impossible due to limitations of gtk theming.


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 Volume control

 
 by asteroth on: May 31 2010
 
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theme present a bug in volume control the background of panel is gray.


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 Re: Volume control

 
 by nale12 on: May 31 2010
 
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If you mean on Indicator Applet,I fixed that bug and I will upload fixed version soon as possible.


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 Re: Re: Volume control

 
 by asteroth on: May 31 2010
 
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thank you.. this is the best theme gtk 2+


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