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Chi

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  5064
Submitted:  Jul 7 2011
Updated:  Oct 31 2013

Description:

Used interior deco of local chain restaurant, as a
idea, melded an exterior 1947 Chrysler Town and Country as a toolbar, panel, etc.

Gtk2 theme for: Xfxe4, Gnome2, Mate, E17, IceWm, OpenBox3, StandAlone Compiz, Fluxbox, etc.,

Engine=Pixmap, Mist

Note: No gtk3. If your using gnome3 apps
this is will not charm your desktop.

Includes: gtk2 theme, xfwm theme, openbox3 theme, wallpaper, icewm theme

Icons=Faenza http://tiheum.deviantart.com/art/Faenza-Icons-173323228

MouseCursor=KnotVista ported to linux by GrynayS
http://grynays.deviantart.com/art/KnotVista-320663416

Font=Merlinn
http://www.fonts101.com/fonts/view/Uncategorized/37797/MERLINN

Some wallpapers I use with this theme;
Red Samoerai Girl @
http://people.desktopnexus.com/wallpaper/372320/

Autumn colors @
http://nature.desktopnexus.com/wallpaper/314759/

Japanese room garden @
http://nature.desktopnexus.com/wallpaper/667716/

Japanese Tea Fields @
http://nature.desktopnexus.com/wallpaper/89257/

Also, special thanks to samriggs for the ruler fix
for gimp, libreoffice, etc.




Changelog:

Changes: October 31, 2013

Screenshots 1&2: old look vs new. Icewm theme forground, Xfce4wm theme background. Bottom panel Icewm, Side panel Xfce4.

Screenshot 3- Icewm theme showing: Openbox3 config, Xfce4 notifications.

Added Icewm theme

Changed tree config- odd even rows, tree-item selection

Changed menu item selection

Changed detail list odd even rows

Changed window base bg color

Increased scrollbar width, redo of sliders

Changed tooltip main color to yellow

Changed panel buttons active is now innie, old panel buttons in /Chi/gtk-2.0/Panel/vertical along with vertical panel
for you vertical panel users.

Changed range trough look

Changed menubar look slightly, to match icewm close ,max, min tab

Added my upgrades to gtkrc; button functions to default, panel.rc moved out on own, gtknotify tied to tooltip etc.

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Changes: November 16, 2012

Added xfwm4

Reworked openbox3 theme to match.

Rework of button look to lighter shade

Thinned down upper bottom rail of menu to match,
the rest of menu rails.

Added menu-sticker to menu, comment lines, 633 and 634
of gtkrc if you want to remove it from the style "menu".

Increased intensity of toolbutton normal and prelight.

Changed vert. line separator to match horz gold look.

Changed option/checkbox highlight look.

Changed the selected bg color, insensitive fg, insensitive text. for better clarity.

Increased contrast and brightened scrollbar slide gripper prelight, same with status grip and arrow
prelights.

Changed handlebar look.

Thinned down and changed the focus entry .png, added a separate focus spin entry to match. Now when in
entry field the surround just intensifies.

Removed some uneeded text entry .pngs from folder and
gtkrc.

Increased the space between text and tooltip surround, for a nice uncluttered look.

Changed Xnotify and set to tooltip look.

Added another panel bg, both horiz and vert, increased
size to 38 px, reduced rail size to give apps a nice
set in look.

New panel normal button.

Updated panel gtkrc, mostly in panel config for unified panel button-
app look size.

Increased tree arrow size.




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 Forgot to mention

 
 by IamJustUs on: Jul 7 2011
 
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Includes: gtk2 theme and openbox3 theme.


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 Chi

 
 by quartermass on: Jul 7 2011
 
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Not exactly my style but I've got to tell you it's quite original and looks like you've made a nice piece of work.I voted positive.


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 Re: Chi

 
 by IamJustUs on: Jul 11 2011
 
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Thanks Dax,
Through thick and thin, I can count on you.


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 interesting

 
 by originalseed on: Jul 7 2011
 
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Definitely not my style too, but quite interesting! +1


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 Re: interesting

 
 by IamJustUs on: Jul 11 2011
 
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Thanks for the vote, it is always nice when I catch the eye of
a fellow themer.


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 WOW

 
 by samriggs on: Jul 8 2011
 
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You out did yourself on this one.
Excellent work, I like this one better then the field and stream one.
Absolutely amazing.
Sam


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 Re: WOW

 
 by IamJustUs on: Jul 11 2011
 
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Thanks Sam,

Many blurry eyed nights on this one.

Also, thanks for the heads up and the fix for the gimp ruler problem.

Confounds me why gtk3 does not use pixmap -pixbuf engine.
Without pixmap there is no art involved other than color book art.

Well, at least we have choice with Linux,
Just spent a few days drilling down removing gtk3 dependencies.
Had to completely remove all my gnome apps.
Yeah, openbox does not care what I run, it runs what I tell it.
Replaced gnome apps with xfce, lxde, kde and independents.
Had to rerun qt config a couple of times to flush the gtk3 settings out of my kde apps and vlc player.

Am now back with completely updated Arch and looking
good with gtk2 once again.

And all is right in my little world ;)


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 Re: Re: WOW

 
 by samriggs on: Jul 11 2011
 
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I pity you lol thats a lot of work to keep your desktop working the way you want it too.
No problem on the fix for gimpers, I might add some code to the gtk for some of the other prgrams that mess up the toolbar abit like libre office, I had to split the image in half then put the top on the bottom and the bottom on top because it centers it when you put stretch = false, its an easy fix for non stretchers but some programs just don't measure it the same all the way around for the toolbars this way, I'll go through all the programs I have and make a list and see if I can fix them to look better and see if I can grab the gtk2 bits for them.I'll post one with fixes for these when I get time to crawl through them all and make fixes so you can get it also if you like. Thats if you use non stretchers, if you don't then it's really no issue.
Ya I'm not looking forward to gtk3 either, still haven't looked into it much but I do like the fact it's using css now, I'm using lmde from mint and thanks to clem and the gang they stuck with the gtk2 so far, well until debian decides otherwise I guess, I'll start digging into gtk3 to see what it's limits are soon I guess, not looking forward to it.


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 Awesome theme

 
 by Titotatin on: Jul 24 2011
 
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3 words: WOW XD
I have just installed it, and i'm shocked. I have never seen a theme like this, very good work!

PD: sorry for my bad english :P


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 Re: Awesome theme

 
 by IamJustUs on: Jul 26 2011
 
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Thanks for the kind words,
If you want some additional wow,
here is a wallpaper link that gives a bit more pop.
http://people.desktopnexus.com/wallpaper/372320/


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 looks pretty and enticing to install but...

 
 by rvc-2011 on: Aug 3 2011
 
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MaK!Ng L!fE Colorful
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as you had mentioned earlier in your post you spent lot of time flushing out gtk3... i dont wish to coz i spent lots of time getting to where i am..
i ll wait till you can make this to work on gtk3...
appealing artwork that i like..


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