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Divergence IV - "A New Hope"

   0.7.9  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 76%
Divergence IV - "A New Hope"
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Divergence IV - "A New Hope"
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Divergence IV - "A New Hope"
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  139253
Submitted:  Oct 21 2010
Updated:  Nov 23 2010

Description:

Divergence IV - " A New Hope "
by jurialmunkey

Requires Murrine Engine > 0.98

NOW UPDATED
The theme now has configuration tool. Many thanks to SkiesofAzel for the Orta configuration tool which I hacked apart. New Dark styles for tabs, scrollbars and progressbars. Lots of other tweaks. Firefox and Chrome themes coming soon!

INSTALLATION
Extract the .zip file
Double click "install.sh" and select "Run"
Follow the prompts

Please read the README file for more detailed instructions. Any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. If you notice a bug or have a suggestion please leave a comment with a note about which configuration options you used.




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 Nautilus arrow displacement

 
 by MrCrooked on: Dec 3 2010
 
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Hi again,

Still very happy with this theme! I did however notice a small displacement of the arrow in the Nautilus-Elementary breadcrumb as can be seen on the screenshots. I'm running Ubuntu 10.10.

screenshot:
http://www1.picturepush.com/photo/a/4631049/img/Anonymous/ss-nautilus-fail.png


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 Re: Nautilus arrow displacement

 
 by MrCrooked on: Dec 3 2010
 
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Oops, I meant the rightside rounded border of the breadcrumb in stead of the arrow. :)


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 Re: Re: Nautilus arrow displacement

 
 by jurialmunkey on: Dec 4 2010
 
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Open Nautilus.
Edit > Preferences > Tweaks tab
Make sure "Show like Breadcrumbs" is checked
ALT + F2 to open a run dialog and enter: nautilus -q
TADA! :D


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 Re: Re: Re: Nautilus arrow displacement

 
 by jurialmunkey on: Dec 4 2010
 
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if thats not working then you might need to logout then log back in.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nautilus arrow displacement

 
 by MrCrooked on: Dec 4 2010
 
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Tada! Worked like a charm! Thanks


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 Nice job

 
 by yvcool on: Dec 5 2010
 
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Hi, you did a great job.

You should create a GDM theme and plymouth, that would be awesome.


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 mouseover titlebar buttons

 
 by nivation on: Dec 5 2010
 
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Love the theme. Its really really slick. There was just one thing I couldn't work out. My apologies in advance if I missed a step; I'm quite new to Ubuntu.

I thought the mouseover actions for the window titlebar buttons were letting the theme down. I seem to get ugly squares when using emerald theme manager. I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 amd64 desktop and have installed the Murrine engine.

I thought it was good that you included commands to install Murrine. I thought it would be useful to include something more about making the emerald --replace persistent, I used compiz (ccsm)? Not sure if this is the source of my prob.

http://s736.photobucket.com/albums/xx9/nivation/?action=view&current=Screenshot-1.png

thanks for the help and the great theme.


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 Re: mouseover titlebar buttons

 
 by jurialmunkey on: Dec 7 2010
 
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Open Emerald Theme Manager > Emerald Settings Tab > Uncheck Button Fade and Button Pulse. (I should add this to the README) :D


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 Re: Re: mouseover titlebar buttons

 
 by nivation on: Dec 8 2010
 
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Cheers mate, all good now. =]


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 synaptic looks ugly

 
 by xeptf4 on: Dec 6 2010
 
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Hi,
You could add instructions how to make the synaptic package manager also look like this as well. Usually, after the installation of this theme, synaptic looks grey.. and sort of ugly.
The instructions to correct this are:
sudo ln -s /home/<insert your username here>/.themes /root/.themes
sudo ln -s /home/<insert your username here>/.icons /root/.icons
sudo ln -s /home/<insert your username here>/.fonts /root/.fonts


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 Nautilus places scrollbar

 
 by MrCrooked on: Dec 7 2010
 
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In Nautilus I found another bug which is probably not fixable. If the window height is too small to fit the contents of the "places" a scrollbar will appear. The scrollbar has a greyish background in stead of a darker one.
It's probably not fixable unless you make the right-hand side of the nautilus window also have dark backgrounds.


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 Absolutely...amazing!

 
 by evelyne24 on: Dec 9 2010
 
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This should be the default Gnome look! Cheers! :)


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