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Gentle Gnome mockup

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Gentle Gnome mockup
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Gentle Gnome mockup
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Gentle Gnome mockup
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  57117
Submitted:  Nov 8 2005
Updated:  Jan 12 2006

Description:

Worked a little on improving the mockup,
In the first screenshot you see the concept with some comments.

The second and the third screenshot are showing some theming possibillities with the concept.

THIS IS ONLY A MOCKUP!

Aldoh, a pixmap theme is beïng created by Athurva...

Soon I will post some svg's for the windewdec.




Changelog:

12/1 Some improvements, added a concept-screenshot with comments.




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 Nice but...

 
 by prokoudine on: Nov 23 2005
 
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Gentlemen, this is really nice, but just painting beautiful shots isn't enough.

This beauty can make its way to reality only if you or someone else write down full proposal of changes required. Until then it will be only an eye-candy for desktop wallpaper or something.

It's not meant to insult you. It's just how development happens.


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 Hmm...

 
 by marvin on: Nov 23 2005
 
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Well, that toolbar is definitely possible. You could probably make a gdesklets toolbar like that... Hefty, but possible. Or it could be a separate app - gnome-panel-ng or something.

On the other hand, I don't think it's possible to have the widgets lool like that, with the drop-down menus to the right of the buttons. And those drop-down menus don't appear to follow Gnome standards.


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 Well...

 
 by DevilX on: Nov 23 2005
 
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It's not a problem of creating such a GTK Engine or some Pixmap theme. I see the main problem in the application's menubar. Even if you could manage it to align it at the right top of the application, you would have a logical problem: What if the toolbar on its right side gets too long? It would cover your menu or get covered by it.
The menu looks nice but as you can see it's pretty nonsense.
About the Panel: Like somebody already said, it would be realizable using gDesklets, the only "hefty" things would be the tasks and the pager. gDesklets applets usually use the Gnome Controls which have the disatvantage of not being transparent. But even this could be changed using Xorg.


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 Re: Well...

 
 by miketech on: Nov 23 2005
 
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Hi,

yeah the problem with the menubar and the toolbar is something I thought about too. Maybe it is a compromise to align the menubar on the right side and use a smaller font size, so that it looks similar to the screenshots.


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 Re: Well...

 
 by KnuxT15 on: Nov 24 2005
 
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On the subject of menu bars, if the toolbar got too long then the menu bar would go up to not be in the way.


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 Nice

 
 by Novaoblivion on: Nov 24 2005
 
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Looks really awesome! are you working on getting it made into a real theme?


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 wallpaper

 
 by panos on: Nov 24 2005
 
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is it possible to find your nice wallpaper somewhere?

thx


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 Good work!

 
 by nxsty on: Nov 24 2005
 
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The screenshots are extremely nice. Is this possible to do? If so I vote for this being the default look for the next gnome release. Gnome needs a theme that can compete with OSX and vista.


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 Re: Good work!

 
 by crunkles on: Nov 24 2005
 
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Yes, this is very possible... One would possibly need to create a Theme engine to achieve this, possibly one that can handle SVG! If you created a good engine to handle the SVG then all of this and more would be possibly, I think position of the menus, menu bars etc would be acheived quite easily...

I would happily write an engine for this, if someone were to help me find a tutorial or some documentation on GTK theme engines...


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 Re: Re: Good work!

 
 by robsta on: Nov 27 2005
 
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GNOME's svg library librsvg comes with a svg-enabled variant of the pixmap gtk engine:
http://cvs.gnome.org/viewcvs/librsvg/gtk-engine/


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