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Cyllene

   0.98  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 72%
Cyllene
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6559
Submitted:  Dec 23 2007
Updated:  Feb 1 2008

Description:

1. To use that theme you have to install eXperience engine.

2. This is pixmap theme, but you can change colors in standard gnome theme menu. From version 0.92 it work's jus fine
3. You can choose slider and progress bar style, just edit two lines in gtkrc

best regards QHASZ72




Changelog:

0.98
1. new panel and panel-buttons
2. new menu and menubar

0.96
1. added some fixes;
2. style for panel (panel background you can find in directory (panel)
4. new arrows


0.94
1. added style list -still need some work
2. polishing menu and scrolls
scrolls are looking normal in firefox.

0.93

1. added handles and stylepaned
2. two versions of progress and sliders.
3.created "to do" list :
style panel, list headers, spinbuttons , create custom styles for Epiphany, calendar etc.
4. Bugs - sliders in firefox and epiphany, Gimp -shadow - out

0.92

1. added second version of slider, to change you have to edit gtkrc "include lines"
2. polishing
:combos,buttons,progress,sliders etc...
)

0.9

1. added scrolls ;
2.polishing polishing and ...




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 Nice

 
 by krig on: Dec 25 2007
 
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The style is not bad, but is not very original;reminds me the new look of kde4...
but for gnome;what advantage with xp engine?as you said, needs to be polished a lot, like frames, buttons, progressbar;for the name I suggest something like Apollo or
Century, something like to remind the space...?
Don't give up. ;)


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 Re: Nice

 
 by qhasz72 on: Dec 25 2007
 
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thanks for help with name - you can find it in wikipedia.


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 Comments

 
 by DBO on: Dec 26 2007
 
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I like this theme a lot but think it needs more polish. It does have a couple weird issues.

-- It causes Gimmie to lose its icons
-- The menu bar is oddly balanced (the words are closer to the top than on center)
-- The menu bar produces no highlights when clicked

Other than that, I think this is one of the more beautiful themes =)


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 Re: Comments

 
 by lester2 on: Dec 26 2007
 
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-- It causes Gimmie to lose its icons

just open the .themes/Cyllene/gtkrc
and change the gtk-button-images and gtk-menu-images to 1


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 Comment

 
 by DBO on: Dec 26 2007
 
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One more, it should allow for 24 px panels


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 Great theme!

 
 by lester2 on: Dec 26 2007
 
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I see you changed the scrollbar and progressbar images? The old ones looked better IMO.

Btw, are you going to skin spinbutton control?


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 Re: Great theme!

 
 by lester2 on: Dec 26 2007
 
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One more notice:

buttons with focus seem to have double shadow, so pressing them does one shadow to remove, but the second stays. This makes different styles on button which have focus and which does not. I think it's slightly confusing


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 Re: Re: Great theme!

 
 by qhasz72 on: Dec 26 2007
 
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1 Progress and Scrolls - In finished version will be available a few versions of progress and scrool.
2 buttons - I work on it :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Great th

 
 by lester2 on: Jan 14 2008
 
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This theme is my favorite now! Thank you!


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 Meh.

 
 by eitreach on: Feb 3 2008
 
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I don't get it. I've tried installing the experience-engine several times, without errors - and yet I can't get the theme to work.

Any suggestions? I've had a good eye on this one for a while. I'd like to try it out other than just look at it. :)


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 Re: Meh revisited

 
 by eitreach on: Feb 3 2008
 
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Reading a readme often helps, so I tried that. After using ./configure --prefix=/usr instead of just ./configure, it worked. :) Wonderful theme.


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 Nice

 
 by blacksmith on: Feb 4 2008
 
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Very nice theme. But this vertical line on the left of "Window list" and "Notification area" must be much more invisible or lean right.


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 Re: Nice

 
 by qhasz72 on: Feb 4 2008
 
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I think ..... Yes you have right ;-)


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