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solidity gtk3 engine


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solidity gtk3 engine

solidity gtk3 engine

solidity gtk3 engine

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Submitted:  Jun 2 2011
Updated:  Feb 27 2012


I wanted to write this engine for a long time but I could never figure out how to write a gtk2 engine. With gtk3 the the documentation got a bit better (I still had to figure out a lot myself) and I was finally able to start this engine.

Note that this is only a development release and the engine is not finished yet.

As of version 0.4 I included binaries, so no need to compile the engine. Just copy the right libsolidity.so from the directory binaries to your gtk3 engine directory (mine is /usr/lib/gtk-3.0/3.0.0/theming-engines). Replacing the engine might crash all your open gtk3 applications, so save your work before you install the engine.
To install the themes simply copy them to /usr/share/themes or ~/.themes
Finally activate one of the themes in Gnome Tweak Tool and have fun!

This is the first time I'm posting binaries, so there's a tiny chance they're not working. I would be grateful if someone who knows what they do could test them and report the results in the comments.

For this version I tried to set up a Autotools build system. Maybe some Autotools expert could have a look at it give me a helping hand (just send me a message here on gnome-look).


- changed the colours of the test theme
- improved the rendering of menus, tree views and tabs
- many more improvements

- added some CSS options to the engine
- changed the rendering of scrollbars
- improved the test theme
- added a dark test theme

- added a spinner
- improved the separators
- updated for GTK+ 3.2
- various smaller improvements

- added some more options
- various other improvements and bug fixes

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 gtk-2 compatibility

 by barul on: Mar 13 2012
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Hi :-)

It's my first gtk-3 theme, before that I was using only gtk-2 applications. I managed to install it, that's really a nice theme.

But I saw an empty gtk-2.0 directory in the 'themes' directory, is it on purpose?

Thanks for that theme

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 Re: gtk-2 compatibility

 by eyelash on: Mar 14 2012
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Without that empty folder Gnome Tweak Tool doesn't show the theme, that's why I put it there. A gtk2 version of the solidity theme does not yet exist, so for the moment you can put any gtk2 theme you like into that folder.


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 Fedora 64

 by njal on: Apr 10 2012
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I seem to have issues on Fedora 64, I get pink highlights on some of the widgets.

If you have an email address I can email you a screen shot.

I also put together an rpm for Fedora should you be interested?

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 Issue with (at least) transmission-gtk

 by barul on: Nov 15 2012
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I'm using this theme since March, still didn't find something better.

But for a while now, when I select a download in transmission-gtk, it's not hilighted anymore, apart the text which is.

I don't know what info can be helpful, but I can provide what's needed.

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 Problem with transmission-gtk

 by barul on: Nov 15 2012
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I only got the issue with transmission-gtk, but it may appears with other stuff.
The thing is when I select a download in the main transmission window, it doesn't hilight it. The text become white, but that's all.

I can give more info if needed…

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