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T-ish Pack

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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  703491
Submitted:  Oct 31 2005
Updated:  Sep 28 2006

Description:

A fast Clearlooks and Ubuntulooks themes for Gnome made to loosely resemble OSX Tiger.

They fit well with Compiz also.

Contents:
T-ish - Clearlooks theme
T-ish Aguastyle - Clearlooks theme with some pixmap elements
T-ish-Ubuntulooks - Ubuntlooks theme
T-ish-Ubuntulooks Aguastyle - Ubuntulooks theme with some pixmap elements
T-ish-Ubuntulooks Graphite - same as above but thanks to Alejandro Cornejo

Based on Clearlooks or Ubuntulooks engines, Ish GTK theme with additional buttons from Expose and GlossyP metacity borders (with many thanks to authors).

Requires clearlooks or ubuntulooks engine.

For best results use OSX icons, jaguarx mouse theme, and FoxiTiger firefox skin (links below).

IMPORTANT: In order to install all of the themes you'll have to manually extract to ~/.themes dir.

IMPORTANT 2: In order for scrollbars to work on Ubuntu Edgy you have to install gtk2-engines-pixbuf package.

TO-DO:?? (please leave a comment if you find something)




Changelog:

0.2 Added metacity rounded borders and colored widgets. GTK color changed to lighter mode to be compatible with FoxTiger graphite Firefox theme.
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0.3 solved bug with rounded borders when window was maximized
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0.4 some minor bugfixes
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0.5 improved title text rendering
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0.6 many metacity bugfixes and improvements, thank to many of you but mostly Christoph Trassl for his patch and suggestions.
Fixes include:
- button alignment
- text rendering and alignment (I decided to listen to Cristoph and left align title text. If you prefered centered title text please leave a comment.
- some unfocused issues
- border fix for roll-up windows
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0.6.1 - correct upload, sorry
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0.7 - general code cleanup, title text is centered again. If you want it left aligned go to metacity-theme-1.xml and do as instructed in code.
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0.8 - metacitiy title bar gradient more visible, preferred icons changed to OSX
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1.0 - aquastyle version added
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1.1 - better shade of blue for aquastyle variation
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1.2 - finally the right kind of blue choosen for aquastyle variation, name change in order to avoid confusion about requirements
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1.3 - for usability reasons menu background changed to slightly brighter shade, small bugfixes
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1.3.1 - added gtk1 version for older applications (thanks to danji)
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1.4 - more usability, added helper symbols to metacity widget buttons
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1.5 - secondary backward stepper on aqualike themes turned off in order to achieve correct drawing of scrollbars and spin buttons, if you whish the same for classic themes please leave a comment
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1.6 - many metacity theme improvements, borders now have more elegant appearance.
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1.7 - recalculated metacity based on T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid experiences.
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1.8 - off with the lines between menubar and toolbar in order to get more tigerish look, added link to jaguarx mouse theme
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1.9 - slighly changed background color to better blend with iFox firefox skin, directory cleanup, added link to suggested firefox theme
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2.0 - more usability decisions: metacity menu button replaced with application icon, added active state for scrollbar arrows for aquastyle variation
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2.1 - more atrractive metacity shading, some fixes
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2.2 - by some of your advices tuned the brightness down a bit, please change the firefox theme accordingly
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3.0 - merged clearlooks and ubuntulooks versions, added graphite variation thanks to Alejandro Cornejo
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3.1 - by many user requests I've done a crosstheme buttons unification
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3.2 - iconrc fix




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(Jaguarx mouse theme)
(FoxiTiger Firefox skin)
(Compiz borders for T-ish)
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 Shadows / title bars

 
 by clemi84 on: Mar 6 2006
 
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I'm just wondering, how you changed the order /place of the buttons in titlebars and how you realized the shadows attached to the windows and how did you do the striped background in file-browser windows?
Those things don't appear if I simply apply your theme. So I suggest you did it some other way, did you?


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 Re: Shadows / title

 
 by tmilovan on: Mar 6 2006
 
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Well, you are right.
Some of things you mentioned could not/should not be configurable by theme.

However,most of it is already explained in comments. Here a short walktorugh:

Metacity buttons:
Start gconf-editor from console.

Or on ubuntu: go to:
Applications->System tools->Configuration editor

when gconf is started go to:
apps->metacity->general

and into button_layout field put the following values:

close,minimize,maximize:menu

Shadows:

instal xcompmgr and start it with following options:

xcompmgr -sc -t 2 -l 2 -r4 -o .70 -C

Nautilus background:

Start Computer nautilus window, go to edit-> emblems and backgrounds, choose whatever you like and drag&drop it on nautilus background.

Hope it helps,


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 Re: Re: Shadows / ti

 
 by clemi84 on: Mar 8 2006
 
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thanx for reply and tips.
With xcompmgr I get: "No composite extension"
If it is the same thing I tried months ago (can't remember exactly) it maybe wont work for me... I think I tried this before and the result was that gnome didn't load it's panels correctly anymore and freezed. So I uninstalled composite extensions these days.
I didn't try xcmpmgr / comp. ext. again, because I needed "some time" to get gnome work again properly... ;-)
I'm afraid the result could be the same if I'd try again...


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 Re: Re: Re: Shadows

 
 by tmilovan on: Mar 9 2006
 
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You should have the following in your:
/etc/X11/xorg.conf

Section "Extensions"
Option "Composite" "Enable"
EndSection

This should help.


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 About the slider...

 
 by kikicsui on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Dear Mr. Milovan,
I'm one of your big fans of your t-ish theme, especially the Aquastyle one. I like this one very much, and have been using it for about half a year (now I'm using the one that use Ubuntulooks engine). But I'm wondering if you could make the slider (like on the volume control or on the media players) to aqua style too in the future, or guide me to change it myself (because I've been confused with the code ^_^' )

I've seen the good one like tish-aquastyle-cst (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=34779. I think you've already seen this theme too, because commented it.)

I think that's all. Pardon me for my bad English. Thank you.

Best regards,

Kiki


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 Re: About the slider

 
 by tmilovan on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Thank you :))

I can probably do it. I'll try it when I can spare some time, test it a bit and if it will not affect overall performance I'll publish it.

Regards.


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 Re: Re: About the sl

 
 by kikicsui on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Thank you so much, Mr. Milovan. I really appreciate it ^_^

(and meanwhile, I think I'll continue to learn your codes... ^_^ )


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 About the slider...

 
 by kikicsui on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Dear Mr. Milovan,
I'm one of your big fans of your t-ish theme, especially the Aquastyle one. I like this one very much, and have been using it for about half a year (now I'm using the one that use Ubuntulooks engine). But I'm wondering if you could make the slider (like on the volume control or on the media players) to aqua style too in the future, or guide me to change it myself (because I've been confused with the code ^_^' )

I've seen the good one like tish-aquastyle-cst (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=34779. I think you've already seen this theme too, because commented it.)

I think that's all. Pardon me for my bad English. Thank you.

Best regards,

Kiki


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 Suggestions

 
 by alex100 on: Jul 11 2006
 
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I'd definitely prefer the Ubuntulooks buttons. They fit better to the "iFox Smooth" theme for Firefox.

Please also have a look at
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=42401
and comment on my tweaks and changes to -ish aquastyle (hope you don't consider this to be spam).


By the way: I always noticed a small white area outside the right-top corner. Seemed to be a problem with one of those lines. I got rid of it finally. Hope you can use that.


Please keep up your great work!


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 Re: Suggestions

 
 by tmilovan on: Jul 12 2006
 
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Thank you for your feedback :))

Will take a look at your theme and comment there.

About error you mention I cannot replicate it, I guess it's resolution based.

Which screen reslution you are using?

Cheers,


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 2 new buttons

 
 by cisco-enabler on: Nov 1 2006
 
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i "fixed" the save as and the print preview button as i saw them as way to blue in an otherwise colorless environment.

i am wondering if you could include them (assumed they are not to ugly) ?

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=48109
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=48111


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 Re: 2 new buttons

 
 by tmilovan on: Nov 2 2006
 
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Thank you :)),

Suggestions are always welcome.

I will test the theme with your buttons among friends around me.

If the review is positive I will include them as default, if test users say that they think current "active" buttons are better then there will be no change.

Let's trz it :)))


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 scrollbar

 
 by freshmaker on: Nov 20 2006
 
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I realy like this theme but cannot make the scrollbar look the same....Any suggestions!!!


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 Re: scrollbar

 
 by tmilovan on: Nov 20 2006
 
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How did you install the theme? You have to manually extract the file to .themes folder in order to get all theme variations.

Then you have to choose aquastyle variation.


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 Re: Re: scrollbar

 
 by freshmaker on: Nov 21 2006
 
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Yeah! I did it manually including the icons
....but don not have the same scrollbars


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 Re: Re: scrollbar

 
 by freshmaker on: Nov 21 2006
 
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...and cannot have the same icon for the recycle bin, which is really annoying because I really like your icon pack


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 Re: Re: Re: scrollba

 
 by tmilovan on: Nov 21 2006
 
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hmm... then the problem is in engine... Do you have pixmap-gtk engine installed?

And about thrash icon... It should appear that way when you add trash applet to the bar. The icon is from osx icon pack so I have no influence on it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: scro

 
 by freshmaker on: Nov 21 2006
 
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i don't think I have any additional engine installed in my UBUNTU 6.10 Edgy Eft. How to install the one you have proposed ???
And thank you for being so supportive...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: scro

 
 by freshmaker on: Nov 21 2006
 
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I am really a huge fan of yours :) tried this as well http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=30972

but the same effect :) maybe I have to install something or do some adjustments!!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: scro

 
 by freshmaker on: Nov 21 2006
 
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I am really a huge fan of yours :) tried this as well http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=30972

but the same effect :) maybe I have to install something or do some adjustments!!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by tmilovan on: Nov 21 2006
 
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You'll need to have gtk2-engines, gtk2-engines-clearlooks and gtk2-engines-ubunutulooks.

Easiest way to do this is:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines gtk2-engines-clearlooks gtk2-engines-ubuntulooks

That should work.

Toni


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by freshmaker on: Nov 21 2006
 
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Everything is close to perfect now as you can see http://img156.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshotvm9.jpg

I will fight the RECYCLE BIN :)
Thanks very much, Toni.



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 Re: Re: Re: scrollba

 
 by minijoe on: Dec 2 2006
 
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Here is how I got the trash bin to change into OSX style.

1. go to $HOME/.icons/OSX/scalable/places
2. make copy of the gnome-fs* trash empty/full icons, name it as

user-trash.png

user-trash-full.png

3. create this directory
$HOME/.icons/OSX/scalable/status

copy both user-trash.png and user-trash-full.png into this directory

4. do a killall gnome-panel then the OSX trash can showed up in panel bar.


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