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BeOS

  

Theme/Style GTK 1.x

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Submitted:  Sep 13 2001

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This theme is modeled after the BeOS, a Mac variant popular among the digital artist/muscian crowd. It is similar to the BeOS, but not completely accurate, as some "ooh" and "ahhh" features of GTK+ are utilized (such as mouseover highlighting and indicators for pulldowns)




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 Mac variant?

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 14 2001
 
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When did BeOS become a "Mac variant?" :)


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 Eesh

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 23 2001
 
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This theme is a really (really) poor BeOS Interface Kit lookalike. The only proper way of doing a good BeOS theme is probably by writing a special gtk engine. Fitting pixmaps in default widget dimensions just doesn't cut it, you will simply end up with a crappy, amateurish look.




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 well then,

 
 by anonymous on: Dec 14 2001
 
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make your own theme instead of bitching.

Sheesh.


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 What on earth?

 
 by anonymous on: Oct 29 2001
 
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What is GTK stuff doing here? Isn't this KDE-look not GNOME-look? anyway it just seems a bit odd


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 Kde can import GTK t

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 7 2001
 
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But I do agree with you that there is no need to pile up gtk-themes here.


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 There is one reason

 
 by anonymous on: Nov 18 2001
 
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...to invite somebody to make a GTK+ theme that looks like KDE's default and highcolor-default styles! That way we'd have a more consistent UI. I don't much like importing GTK themes into KDE, because no GTK theme I've ever seen looks anywhere near as good KDE's defaults.

I might try to make a pixmap-based one next summer, but one really needs to do style-engine. Unfortunately, I'm not a programmer.


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 One good reason

 
 by simmons75 on: Nov 24 2001
 
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If one uses both KDE and GTK/GNOME apps, using a GTK pixmap theme is the only way to go, if you want a relatively simple way to theme both KDE and GTK/GNOME apps at the same time.

I for one wouldn't want to be bothered to create two different sets of themes for two toolkits just because the two groups can't be bothered to get along.


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 neat bg image

 
 by kraylus on: Mar 16 2003
 
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where'd you get it? i seem to recall suse 6.2 using that as the bg image when you just got done configuring xfree via yast. i really liked that bg image and i still do. i've been hard pressed in finding it though because i lost my 6-cd set and i really dont want to dl all 6 cds just to find it...

is there a site that i can dl it from?


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 Great Work

 
 by etteyafed on: Oct 20 2007
 
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I think that this is a great looking theme. Having used Be I know how it should look and feel. As far as GTK+ goes this is pretty close. I don't think that GTK+ apps can be easily adapted to a true Be style and still work the way we want them to.
I have not seen ANY other Be themes for GTK that are even close to a real Be appearance.


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 screenshot

 
 by superjamie on: Jun 4 2009
 
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I love that the screenshot is from 1993.


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