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Aurora Gtk Engine

   1.5.1  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Aurora Gtk Engine
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  283329
Submitted:  Apr 16 2007
Updated:  Jan 4 2009

Description:

Description:

The Aurora Gtk Engine themes all common Gtk widgets to provide an attractive, complete and consistent look for Gtk applications.

Engine options

• menubarstyle = 1 # 0 = flat, 1 = gradient, 2 = sunken
• curvature = 5 #default widget curvature
• arrowsize = 1 # controls combo_arrow circle size. Diameter set by (11 + 2 * arrowsize)
• old_arrowstyle = FALSE #set to TRUE for original circled arrows (same as arrows in sorted tree columns)
• animation = TRUE # FALSE = disabled, TRUE = enabled (also needs to be compiled with animation support to work)

Included theme uses configurable colours and can be adjusted in Theme Preferences under GNOME.

Thanks to all of you who have provided feedback so far, it has helped catch many things that would otherwise have gone unnoticed. And as always feedback is appreciated.


Known Issues:
• Ugly widgets in: OpenOffice, Java applications
∘ Unfortunately I can't really do anything here to make them look better. I can only hope that their emulation of Gtk themes will improve over time

Installation:
• Gtk 2.12+ is required for this engine
• Must have basic development packages installed for your distribution as well as Gtk2 development package in order to build engine
• Includes both the gtkRc theme, and the Gtk engine


To install the theme engine extract it to somewhere convenient and in that directory,
run: "./configure --prefix=/usr" then "make"
For animation support add "-enable-animation" when running "./configure"
Then as a root user "make install".

Then install the gtkrc theme by extracting to your ~/.themes directory or through the Appearance application.

To change your current theme to Aurora (under GNOME) open up the Appearance application (usually somewhere under System > Preferences) click the Customize button and under the controls tab select the theme you want.

Finally thanks to everyone along the line who have worked on the clearlooks and clearlooks based engines as without their work this engine would not exist.

Now go download and enjoy!




Changelog:

1.5.1
• Metacity theme no longer flickers with Compiz enabled
1.5
NEW/REDISGNED
• New list view headers
• Borderless notebook support (Gedit is one of the few applications that uses this)
• Included an updated version of the Blended metacity theme to better match the look of Aurora

CHANGES
• Changed tab shading
• Focus glow reduced to 2 px

FIXES/ENHANCEMENTS
• Removed double border in Calendars
• Centered menu separators
• Firefox button backgrounds
• Allowed enginge params on per widget basis
• Many, many small tweaks and fixes




LicenseGPL
(Engine and gtkrc theme)
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 Firefox page display

 
 by kiri on: Mar 27 2008
 
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How can I stop the theme affecting the display of pages in firefox?
At the moment, buttons, forms, etc are displayed black (I'm using midnight version of the theme) and look not so good.

How can I change this?
thanks


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 Re: Firefox page dis

 
 by themer on: Mar 28 2008
 
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I do not believe there is any way to set specific colours or looks for themes in Firefox (2.0.*) at this time, but 3.0, if I remember correctly, has a feature which displays the gtk/qt buttons you have selected in your theme instead of the ugly basic colours boxes :p


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 Re: Re: Firefox page dis

 
 by kiri on: Mar 28 2008
 
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Actually I'm using Firefox 3. And yes the theme affects the display of textboxes,buttons,forms, etc on pages in Firefox. It looks ok for some elements (radio buttons etc) but for buttons and forms it can look really terrible with the theme. So is there a way I can disable or better yet, edit the display of firefox elements affected by this theme?


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 Re: Firefox page dis

 
 by ochosi on: Apr 7 2008
 
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i'm concerned by the same issues. furthermore on certain pages (e.g. http://squentin.free.fr/gmusicbrowser) the background color is changed from white to darkgrey and that renders the page almost unreadable.

any way around that all?


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 Re: Re: Firefox page

 
 by ochosi on: Apr 7 2008
 
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alright, found out that this happens with all pages that don't define their background-color, so i guess there's nothing that can be done (apart from defining your websites bgcolor obviously...)


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 Re: Re: Re: Firefox page

 
 by bedubyah on: Apr 11 2008
 
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You can do something about this:

Open your Firefox preferences and navigate to the "Content" tab.

Under Fonts & Colors click the "Colors..." button.

Uncheck the "Use System Colors" box.
Select your default background and foreground colors as you would like them to be.
Make sure to allow websites to override your settings.

Instructions tailored for FF3, but older versions are very similar.




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 Evolution crash

 
 by banalakillen on: Apr 9 2008
 
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This is my favourite gtk engine, alas installing Evolution 2.22 reintroduced a problem I've had before with this theme: Evolution crashes when viewing the calendar...:

0x00002aaaabbd0eaf in aurora_style_draw_shadow (style=0xd1ee90,
window=0xd84700, state_type=GTK_STATE_NORMAL, shadow_type=GTK_SHADOW_IN,
area=<value optimized out>, widget=0x0, detail=0x2ad7e37bd413 "entry",
x=0, y=0, width=321, height=132) at ./src/aurora_style.c:300
300 ./src/aurora_style.c: No such file or directory.
in ./src/aurora_style.c

Any idea what the problem might be?


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 Re: Evolution crash

 
 by satkata on: Apr 12 2008
 
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I am using evolution 2.22.1 on Ubuntu Hardy and there is no crash here.

You could check the icon theme, you are using, as some calendar svg's and png's could cause a crash too. I have experienced that already.


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 Re: Re: Evolution cr

 
 by banalakillen on: Apr 14 2008
 
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Hmm, tried all icon sets I have installed, but Evolution still crashes. Oh well, I'll just stick with clearlooks then. Thanks for replying anyway!


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 fedora

 
 by pinknyu2 on: Apr 17 2008
 
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This engine looks gorgeous, but unfortunately it's not compiling correctly for me. I get to the point where it says "now run make", but when I run make, it says "command not found"...


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 fedora

 
 by pinknyu2 on: Apr 17 2008
 
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This engine looks gorgeous, but unfortunately it's not compiling correctly for me. I get to the point where it says "now run make", but when I run make, it says "command not found"...


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 Re: fedora

 
 by Chrispy on: Apr 19 2008
 
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You have to install make via your package manager


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 Strange progressbar

 
 by spupy on: Apr 20 2008
 
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After I noticed that this theme supports animation, I recompiled it with animations enabled. The progress bars are animated all right, but unfortunately look ugly. The "filled" part of the bar (that is animated) is wider than the "empty" part of the bar. Actually it is exactly one pixel taller. I will try to fix it in my copy of the source. Strange, there is no problem with ubuntu gtk version 2.12.10 (i think), but on gentoo with gtk 2.12.9!

Anyway, my fav theme! Been using it for some months now! :)


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 Re: Strange progressbar

 
 by satkata on: Apr 21 2008
 
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This has nothing to do with the source code. It's the xthickness and ythickness option, you can set in your gtkrc file. Check out under "theme-progressbar" and adjust the pixel setting there.
This worked for me.


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 Re: Re: Strange progressbar

 
 by spupy on: Apr 21 2008
 
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Yeah, perhaps I should have fixed the gtkrc file. But I already changed the source, it looks OK now on my screen. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Strange progressbar

 
 by ferraro on: Apr 21 2008
 
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I can't seem to fix this by just tweaking the gtkrc. theme-progressbar ythickness is set to 2. Changing the value to either 1 or 3 looks equally worse than 2. I think a src patch is probably the only way to go. Can you post your fix?


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 Amazing!

 
 by fmneto on: Apr 22 2008
 
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Absolutely AMAZING. This is the best theme/engine I've ever seen for GNOME. Ever. I don't think I'll ever use another one.

Congratulations.

One thing, though: which font is it that you're using on the screenshots?


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