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solidity gtk3 engine

   0.4.1  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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solidity gtk3 engine
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solidity gtk3 engine
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Downloads:  5794
Submitted:  Jun 2 2011
Updated:  Feb 27 2012

Description:

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).




Changelog:

0.2:
- changed the colours of the test theme
- improved the rendering of menus, tree views and tabs
- many more improvements

0.3:
- added some CSS options to the engine
- changed the rendering of scrollbars
- improved the test theme
- added a dark test theme

0.4:
- added a spinner
- improved the separators
- updated for GTK+ 3.2
- various smaller improvements

0.4.1:
- added some more options
- various other improvements and bug fixes




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 button border problems

 
 by mpnordland on: Jan 3 2012
 
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in the 0.4 release there are border problems, in the nautilus toolbar the border aren't completely around the buttons when you hover, and in other apps, the border disappears after you hover over a button. Other than that, it seems fine. I really like your switches.


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 Re: button border problems

 
 by eyelash on: Jan 3 2012
 
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Could you please take a screenshot? What version of Nautilus and GTK+ are you using (3.0 or 3.2)? And which distribution? Thank you for reporting the bug :-)


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 Re: Re: button border problems

 
 by mpnordland on: Jan 3 2012
 
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Screen shot coming soon.
I'm using Archlinux with GNOME 3.2 and Gnome-Shell


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 Re: Re: Re: button border problems

 
 by eyelash on: Jan 14 2012
 
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I just tested it on arch and I couldn't find any problems.


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 this is sooo nice

 
 by twodogs on: Jan 3 2012
 
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i love this theme. very crisp!


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 Re: this is sooo nice

 
 by eyelash on: Jan 3 2012
 
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Thank you.


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 Simplicity!

 
 by cbowman57 on: Jan 4 2012
 
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I like the simplicity.

What do you have planned for it?


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 Re: Simplicity!

 
 by eyelash on: Jan 4 2012
 
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Thank you.
I had planned a gtk2 version of the engine but I got stuck. Maybe some day I take that up again. Or maybe not.
I'm currently reworking the default theme (I find the borders too dark) and there are also a window decorations planned.
Then there are bugs to be fixed and in a distant future I will probably add support for smooth transitions (e.g. when you move the mouse over a button) and generally more options for the engine.


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 Re: Re: Simplicity!

 
 by cbowman57 on: Jan 4 2012
 
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A gtk2 verson would be nice, though I don't know how much life gtk2 has in it.

Something nearly as good would be a script or app that reads your gtk.css & generates the gtk2 color scheme, the rest is pretty standard.

Thanks for sharing.


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 Re: Re: Simplicity!

 
 by cbowman57 on: Jan 4 2012
 
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As an exercise I created a Solidity version for ChocoLatte

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/ChocoLatte?content=147493


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 Excellent

 
 by baalador on: Jan 4 2012
 
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Good work man!


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 Re: Excellent

 
 by eyelash on: Jan 4 2012
 
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Thank you.


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 Congratulations!

 
 by DDZ on: Jan 15 2012
 
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This is the GTK3 engine I prefer! You can get Clearlooks-Glossy/Murrine look like quickly and easily.


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 ./ltmain.sh not found

 
 by mpnordland on: Jan 16 2012
 
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automake --add-missing
configure.ac:6: required file `./ltmain.sh' not found
I get this while trying to compile the library, any ideas?


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 Re: ./ltmain.sh not found

 
 by eyelash on: Jan 19 2012
 
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The build system is kind of a mess at the moment. If you just want to compile it you can do it like this:
$ valac --pkg=gmodule-2.0 --pkg=gtk+-3.0 -C solidity.vala
$ gcc -shared -fPIC `pkg-config --cflags --libs glib-2.0 gmodule-2.0 gtk+-3.0` -o libsolidity.so solidity.c


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