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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 72%

Link:  http://
Downloads:  103032
Submitted:  Sep 2 2007
Updated:  Sep 25 2008


A dark Gnome Theme. :-)

Extract the file Divinorum_Theme_Pack.tar.gz before installing.

[size=3]Specific program settings[/size]
Here are some fixes for common problems using dark Gnome themes.

If web forms and controls appear dark and unreadable you need to add the provided file "userContent.css" to the "chrome/" subfolder in your Firefox profile. It contains settings to get the default colors back.
Install the theme with Gnome Theme Manager and type the following in a terminal:

mv $HOME/.themes/Divinorum/userContent.css $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/*.default/chrome/

Note that the place of the chrome directory may vary on different Linux distributions.

In gaim/pidgin chat window there is black text on black background...
To fix this create a file named "gtkrc-2.0" in .purple dir in your home and put the following in it:

style "Custom"
base[NORMAL] = "#292B29"
class "GtkWidget" style "Custom"

Open Office 2
To get a white document background color instead of black, go to:

Tools > Options > OpenOffice.org > Appearance > Custom Colors > Document background

For dark themes Open Office 2 uses a high contrast icon theme (due to automatic icon settings). If you don't like this, do the following:

1. Open "Tools -> Options dialog -> OpenOffice.org -> View"

2. Change the icon theme from automatic/null to a different one.

If you are using Ubuntu and buttons look wierd, it's necessary to install the package "gtk2-engines-pixbuf”. Type in a terminal:

sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-pixbuf

The same is valid for all the themes based on the engine "pixmap".

You need to specify the background image for the panel(s) manually.

Right-click the panel and choose:
Properties > Background > Background image
and browse to /home/username/.themes/Divinorum/gtk-2.0/Panel.
Choose the panel-bg.png.

Thanks to nanoflower and Neutronium for providing the basis for this theme.


Update: After the server that I hosted this theme on before went away I thought I had lost it. Now, a year later I found it somewhere and will host it here on gnome-look instead. :-)

- Added a red and green version
- Fixed a problem that made Firefox crash in Preferences dialog using latest Gnome and Gtk (in Arch and Gentoo at least).

- Corrected a minor error where some borders didn't fit within the image.

- Fixed a problem with tabs and made some minor size optimizations.

- Added a simple Mplayer skin

- Initial release.

(Divinorum Theme Pack)
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 emesene resolved

 by UlisseUbuntu on: Oct 9 2007
Score 50%

you must have Tweaks plugin actives. Then change nickColor in #FFFFFF :)

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 by dkasak on: Oct 10 2007
Score 50%

This is the best dark Gtk2 theme I've found. Very slick looking. Very fast. Even has a workaround for firefox content snafu. What more could I ask for?

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 awesome theme

 by BillyMcBong on: Oct 12 2007
Score 50%

i think this is the best dark theme i have ever seen

and i normally don't use dark themes but im definitely using this one

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 CCSM issue

 by fyda on: Oct 13 2007
Score 50%


Thank you so much for the stylish theme, but I'm having an issue with some text becoming unreadable in a specific app, CCSM: http://fyda.fw.nu/20071012_cofu_ccsm_leftpanetext_darkthemeissue.png

The issue is in the left pane of that app. You can compare it with a normal theme with fully readable text: http://www.theopensourcerer.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/ccsm.png

I've already checked with multiple dark themes, and the colour of the unreadable text is definitely being set by the theme.

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 evolution mails

 by thunderdragon on: Oct 31 2007
Score 50%

Hello you have a great theme, but how can
I make my mails readeble ? all my html mails are unreadeble ? there pieces I can't read. only plain text can read ???

thanks in advance,


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 forgot a font color?

 by thegreatbeste on: Nov 9 2007
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It seems like you forgot to set one font color. I got the same problem with the "advanced desktop effects manager".
But i also got black on black in my VLC player and in my teamspeak quick connect window. Well not really black as i can read some text if i look closely but invisible from distance.

And, why do checkboxes have to be black too?

I really love your theme and i know what i have to type where. So ill go on using it. But it would be nice if you could fix this. If this is fixable.

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