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Flatts_09022014

  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Flatts_09022014
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Downloads:  3556
Submitted:  Feb 9 2014

Description:

Package contains 3 version of gtk3,gtk2,metacity,unity,xfwm4 and openbox theme.
To install themes, extract archive to /usr/share/themes. Gtk3 theme is for 3.10 version.

Requirements for gtk3 theme is only gnome-themes-standard package.
Requirements for gtk2 theme is murrine and pixbuf engines.

Icon pack is Flattr.




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 Awesome theme!

 
 by brunces on: Mar 25 2014
 
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Hello, nale12. I've been using your theme for a couple of days and I have to say it is by far one of the most beautiful themes I've ever tried! It is really awesome!

There's only one thing I don't like very much: the light top panel (Unity). Don't get me wrong, please. It's a matter of taste, of course. It's me who doesn't like it. :)

Would you consider making an alternative version of your theme with a dark top panel for Unity? It's not a dark version of the theme. It's the same theme, however with a dark top panel only, that's all. I would really appreciate that (and I believe other people would too).

By the way, Ubuntu 13.10 64-bit, using default Unity, here.

Anyway, your theme rocks! Congratulations!

Cheers! :)

brunces


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 Re: Awesome theme!

 
 by nale12 on: Mar 25 2014
 
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You can use unity.css file from flattastic theme and try out.


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 Re: Re: Awesome theme!

 
 by brunces on: Mar 25 2014
 
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Uhm, interesting! I'll give it a try.
Thanks for your prompt response. :)


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 Re: Re: Awesome theme!

 
 by brunces on: Mar 25 2014
 
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nale12, the "unity.css" tip worked like a charm!
Now it's perfect for me! Your theme rocks!
Thanks a lot! :)


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 Unnecessary lines. Normal? Bug? :)

 
 by brunces on: Mar 25 2014
 
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nale12, me again (eheh)...

Please, take a look at the attached image. There are two thin unnecessary lines, one on the top and another at the bottom. They don't appear with other themes I've used here. Is this something I can get rid of or is it something I have to live with (lol)?

Thanks for your time. :)

brunces


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 Re: Unnecessary lines. Normal? Bug? :)

 
 by brunces on: Mar 25 2014
 
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Oops! Image missing. Here it is...

http://postimg.org/image/mf8dtkajz/

Thanks. :)


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 Re: Re: Unnecessary lines. Normal? Bug? :)

 
 by nale12 on: Mar 25 2014
 
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It is gtk bug or they do it intentionally. The theme has no control of these lines. There is more such situations.


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 Re: Re: Re: Unnecessary lines. Normal? Bug? :)

 
 by brunces on: Mar 26 2014
 
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OK, then. No problem. Thanks, buddy. :)


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 Possible bug...

 
 by brunces on: Mar 27 2014
 
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nale12, I've found something weird with your theme when using Skype. Please, take a look at the attached image:

http://postimg.org/image/rzptq9tcj/

Is there anywhere else I can report "bugs" for this theme of yours? I'm posting things here, but maybe this is not the most appropriate place. If there is such place, please let me know, OK. I don't want to be annoying here. :)

Well, any thoughts on how to fix those issues on my screenshot?

I hope it's useful. Thanks for your time. :)

brunces


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 Re: Possible bug...

 
 by nale12 on: Mar 27 2014
 
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Did you install pixbuf gtk engine? By the way Skype is qt application.


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 Re: Re: Possible bug...

 
 by brunces on: Mar 27 2014
 
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Hi, nale12. Thanks for you answer.

If the package you mean is gtk2-engines-pixbuf, yes, it's installed. Is that the correct one or is there any other pixbuf I have to install? I don't know much about that stuff. :)

The author of Flattastic Theme says that, for Qt applications, "it is recommended to use Flattastic-Light themes, because Flatastic theme has text color problems with qt applications".

Is Flatts based on Flattastic or Flattastic-Light theme? Because if it's based on regular Flattastic, maybe that's the reason Qt applications don't look good as they should, right?

Anyway, thanks for your time, dude. I really appreciate it. :)

brunces


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 Re: Re: Possible bug...

 
 by brunces on: Mar 27 2014
 
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Never mind, nale12. I've tested Flattastic-Light and the issue is the same, so I guess there's nothing to do. Pity. :(

Thanks a lot. Cheers. :)

brunces


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 Great theme but...

 
 by stefo85 on: May 6 2014
 
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... it has some problems on Ubuntu 14.04, like illegible window titles and black scroll bars in some programs (Rhythmbox). I hope it will be updated, love it.


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