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Mock up - Proposal

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Submitted:  Dec 17 2010

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I drew up this mock up with the intention of creating a gnome gtk2 desktop theme - I want your feed back...

1. Should I bother?

2 Would you use it?

3 What engine and why etc?

4 Want to create something for it?




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 Yep

 
 by Half-Left on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Looks good and you should carry on.

I think the scrollbar blends in too much though. You should make it lighter to improve the theme's usability


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 Re: Yep

 
 by ceebeebg on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Thanks for your feedback, Scrolls huh yep they will move through 4 color states depending on activity but yes maybe a little more contrast...

You do a lot of work for and with gimp and your Gnome Shell work has been first rate - any chance you could knock up a matching shell for the thing? :D


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 Re: Re: Yep

 
 by Half-Left on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Thanks.

It would be a bit tricky because GNOME Shell doesn't support non-uniform borders yet and your theme has some tricky inner bevels.

The CSS3 in GS is a bit limited but hopefully the devs will add these features at some point.


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 Re: Re: Re: Yep

 
 by ceebeebg on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Exciting developments old Gnome supporting css and more, If you get the spare time or inclination to see how close a match might be possible it would be great... thanks again...


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 oh, yes

 
 by Padster on: Dec 17 2010
 
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it looks so cool :D


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 Re: oh, yes

 
 by ceebeebg on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Thank's you are welcome to contribute -
This is not exclusive thing,
it's an all inclusive :)


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 Re: Re: oh, yes

 
 by Padster on: Dec 17 2010
 
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what could i do? what engine? i've only ever used pixmap.


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 Re: Re: Re: oh, yes

 
 by ceebeebg on: Dec 17 2010
 
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What I don't know yet but, if a few people get involved we'll share the workload for now though it would be interesting to see some window control ideas...


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 It's a good idea

 
 by DavidOtero on: Dec 17 2010
 
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It looks very interesting. If you are able to put the tabs in the middle it would be great!


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 Re: It's a good idea

 
 by ceebeebg on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Thank's D that will probably the most challenging part... of the initial design...


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 Re: Re: It's a good idea

 
 by DavidOtero on: Dec 17 2010
 
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the only thing is that the scroll bar is so big, but it should be easy to improve :D


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 Re: Re: Re: It's a good idea

 
 by ceebeebg on: Dec 18 2010
 
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yes scrollbars are simple enough no worries there... :)


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 awesome!

 
 by Uhave2Pay4 on: Dec 18 2010
 
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impressive mock-up you done, mate! maybe more rounded top window-borders would be nice. anyway really cool.

cheerz


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 Re: awesome!

 
 by ceebeebg on: Dec 18 2010
 
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Thanks very much =D _ you're no slouch yourself in fact you're one of the best - do you think you could help me out on the notebook if you have some time spare sometime it would be appreciated and high up in the credits list with links to contributors?


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 Re: Re: awesome!

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Dec 18 2010
 
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You can make something close to your mockup for the notebook with the pixmap engine, but tabs must either overlap or not have roundness.


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 Re: Re: awesome!

 
 by Uhave2Pay4 on: Dec 18 2010
 
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hi ceebeebg,

first i `d like to answer your 4 questions. i slipped them the last time.

1. yeah, you should do
2. yeah, i `d use it
3. i `d use murrine engine, because of its possibillities, availability and its speed
4. (this answers your question to me as well) hmm, i `d like to help and could try something, but currently i have to work a lot, so this could really last.

cheerz


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  pretty

 
 by echo0 on: Dec 18 2010
 
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pretty kool !!


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 YES !

 
 by tobaj on: Dec 18 2010
 
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I can't wait for it ..


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