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varNaM-Gtk

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GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 63%
varNaM-Gtk
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  2685
Submitted:  Jul 4 2012
Updated:  Aug 1 2012

Description:

A Gtk2 & Gtk3 colored kevlar theme. For Gnome 3.4
Requirements:
  • Gnome 3.4
  • gkt-engine-equinox-1.50
  • gtk-engine-murrine-0.98.1.1(or newer)
  • pixbuf-engine or the gtk(2)-engines package
  • gnome-themes-standard-3.4.*(provides the 'adwaita' theme)
  • gtk-engine-unico-1.0.2


  • see download-page for details, downloads, and installation information




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     your new theme

     
     by Karmicbastler on: Jul 10 2012
     
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    hi dear,

    I can confirm, that this ppa-repository works also on Luninux 12 based on Ubuntu 12.04 Precise!! So you can also tell the users,
    who use LinuxMint 13, that they can also use your repository!!! There is absolutely no danger.

    Then I wanted to say, that your theme looks nice
    dark andlike a night-theme. Beautyfull!!!

    Greetings
    Karmicbastler


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     PPA

     
     by hellokitten on: Jul 10 2012
     
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    The problem with using the PPA for Linux Mint is that Ubuntu has very specific issues when drawing this theme. These same issues do not exist with Linux Mint. These 'ubuntu-specific' issues are due to Unity, Overlay-Scrollbars, and its use of Metacity-2. The version of 'varNaM' in the PPA is specifically designed to address these issues for Ubuntu.
    ***You can uses the PPA with Linux Mint, but you will need to comment out both the 'ubuntu-specific.css' & the 'ubuntu-specific-dark.css' for the theme to draw properly, and look as intended.
    Navigating to '/usr/share/themes/varnam-gtk-ubuntu/gtk-3.0/' and open the files (with your favorite text editor): 'gtk-main.css' & 'gtk-main-dark.css' and go to the third line from the bottom of each and comment-out the lines that say '@import url("ubuntu-specific.css");' using a '*/' before and a '/*' trailing at the end. The line should look like this when you are finished: '/*@import url("ubuntu-specific.css");*/'.
    And thats it. After doing that it will draw without artifacts and look as intended on Linux Mint 13 while using the PPA to keep it up to date.
    ****Don't forget to repeat this after an update from the PPA.


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     @ hellokitten: voted your content up

     
     by Karmicbastler on: Jul 10 2012
     
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    hi hellokitten,

    voted your content vanNam gtk-theme up!! Works nice!

    Thank you!!


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     Re: @ hellokitten: voted your content up

     
     by hellokitten on: Jul 10 2012
     
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    Thank You for your vote! I was begining to feel like this particular theme was a bust. I apreciate your taking the time to leave comments. Cheers!


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     Vertical Progressbar trough

     
     by tedt on: Jul 11 2012
     
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    Where in the code is the progressbar vertical trough?


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     Re: Vertical Progressbar trough

     
     by hellokitten on: Jul 11 2012
     
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    Hi, I am assuming you are refering to gtk3. 'gtk-widgets-backgrounds.css' line# 69. for the background color. 'gtk-widgets-borders.css' line# 18, for all variants of 'trough' border. 'Gtk-widgets.css' line# 538 provides the padding between the 'trough' and the 'progressbar'.
    I hope this answers your question.


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     Re: Vertical Progressbar trough

     
     by hellokitten on: Jul 11 2012
     
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    I meant to ask if you found a problem with the vertical progressbar trough in the theme? If so, please let me know what app the problem is visable in, and what linux distro and desktop you are using with it. Thanks


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     Re: Re: Vertical Progressbar trough

     
     by tedt on: Jul 11 2012
     
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    no no i just wanted to change its look although the only time i see it is in widget factory ;)


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     Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by GinTenerifE on: Aug 4 2012
     
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    Hi,

    It is a marvellous theme, I love it.

    Just discovered a flaw in Thunderbird - Lightning and Email form. I did a screen shot of the task window ... it more then less is unreadable. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10100806/Issue-T_Bird.png

    Would you please correct it?

    Thank you in advance, have a ewonderful day.


    Georg
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     Re: Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by hellokitten on: Aug 7 2012
     
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    Both Thunderbird and Firefox require changing their individual CSS code. For the time being you can use this Thunderbird Theme I had done previously. It will match closely to the varnam theme. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/delorean_varnam/ Go ahead and give that a try.


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     Re: Re: Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by GinTenerifE on: Aug 7 2012
     
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    Thank you very much varNam. Yes it will work for the time being. I look forward to your theme being finished, and also firefox and T-Bird look accordingly ;-) It is perfect for me since I am working extreme hours on my PC on a daily basis.


    Georg
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     Re: Re: Re: Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by GinTenerifE on: Aug 7 2012
     
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    I've voted your theme up :-)


    Georg
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     Re: Re: Re: Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by hellokitten on: Aug 10 2012
     
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    Thank you so much for your kind words.
    I'm glad the Thunderbird theme will work for you. I understand the long hours of looking at the computer. That is actually the reason I started creating themes. The eye strain over many hours with a light theme can really do a number on my eyes.
    Did you notice the Firefox theme for varNaM on my Deviantart page?
    I will be maintaining this theme for the long haul. I still have a ways to go till it is finised. Cheers!


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by GinTenerifE on: Aug 10 2012
     
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    Hi hellokitten,

    Thank you for your reply, and yes, I noticed your Firefox theme too. But honestly, I do not want to change Mozilla's CSS code since I sometimes change themes within one day, just according to best usage.

    Just a little hint ... I do not want to influence your marvellous artwork ... have a look on MediterraneanNight http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/MediterraneanNight?content=148398, he went the "grey way" and there's no need to change CSS codes in T-Bird and Firefox.

    Another little issue I discovered in the meantime too: If you work with spread sheets in "page view" the page number overlays sometimes the content of columns in the same color like the content, which makes it unreadable while editing.

    Please continue your great work, your theme is (per my opinion) on the best way to become a "bestseller" ;-)

    Enjoy your day.


    Georg
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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by hellokitten on: Aug 10 2012
     
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    MediterraneanNight is a beautiful theme and very well done. Differences are many between themes. I chose to use background images in my themes which create a myriad of design and color issues...I guess i just like creating obstacles for myself. I guess I could give-up on textured widgets, and do a more universal theme, but that would be too easy...LOL!
    As far as the code changes to mozilla; they aren't anything that should cause issues regardless of the theme. The changes i hard-coded were only for the URL and Search-Bars. the other few aesthetic changes are theme independent and rely upon gtk2's color scheme. Firefox will still change to match the appearance of the currently selected theme, same as it does now, only the URL and Search-Bar's will remain clean and readable.
    Spread Sheets and Libre-Office on the other hand is a whole other bag of worms.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Theme issue in Thunderbird

     
     by hellokitten on: Aug 10 2012
     
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    I tested MediterraneanNight in Firefox, and it works just fine with my Firefox theme. Just to let you know.
    varNaM uses all complimentary colors. Dark-burnt-orange is used for shadows. Deep-navy-blue is used for dark borders. Text is either light-blue or light-beige and sometimes chocolate. I wanted to play with color and avoid black and white. Anyway....Thanks again for your help. Cheers!



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     Firefox-theme for varNam-Theme

     
     by Karmicbastler on: Aug 7 2012
     
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    hi hellokitten,

    I just was looking out for your Firefox-theme, fitting to the varNam-theme. Therefore, I followed your Link. But all I got was the Thunderbird-theme.
    I also downloaded it. But now I am looking for your Firefox-theme and there I only get the well-known error 404 (file no longer available).

    So my question would be: can you re-upload this Firefox-theme for the varNam-theme please??

    Greetings
    Karmicbastler


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     textcolor in Firefox-addressline hard to read

     
     by Karmicbastler on: Aug 7 2012
     
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    hi hellokitten,

    I just have one little thing: the text-color in the addressline in Firefox is hard to read. You seem to use a lightblue textcolor.
    But: the background-color of the addressline is white.

    So could you please change the text-color in this addressline to a darker blue color please??

    Thanks,
    your fan
    Karmicbastler


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     Re: textcolor in Firefox-addressline hard to read

     
     by hellokitten on: Aug 8 2012
     
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    Did you download the Firefox theme for varNaM on my Deviant-art page? You will also need to install the user chrome. I have also included one with instruction in the firefox theme package.
    Hope this helps


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