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MurrinaTriomphe

   0.3.4  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  8491
Submitted:  Jun 12 2008
Updated:  Oct 15 2008

Description:

A theme inspired by MurrinaRelax, Elegant Brit, bad weather, and Paris.

Includes GTK, Metacity, and Openbox themes.

Please leave a comment if you find any problems with this theme, or if you have any suggestions.




Changelog:

0.1.0 - Initial release

0.1.1 - Fixed gnome-panel

0.2.0 - Added Openbox theme

0.2.1 - Tweaked Murrina settings and menu

0.3.0 - Added Metacity theme

0.3.1 - Added pixmapped scrollbars

0.3.2 - Fixed check and radio buttons

0.3.3 - Reverted to Murrina scrollbars

0.3.4 - Fixed text in Firefox




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 Nice stuff

 
 by Stalafin on: Jun 13 2008
 
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Hey, looks gr8 dude. :)

Just in case you are on the ubuntuusers forums (there is someone with the same avatar): I thought you switched from OpenBox to some tiling WM?


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 Re: Nice stuff

 
 by envyouraudience on: Jun 13 2008
 
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Thanks. Yeah, that's me. I use awesome window manager from time to time, but I still love openbox :D


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 Great

 
 by bananaboy on: Jun 14 2008
 
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Very good theme !


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 Re: Great

 
 by envyouraudience on: Jun 19 2008
 
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Thanks :)


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 Changes?

 
 by Stalafin on: Jun 15 2008
 
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Err, I read the change log, but what exactly did you change? Pixmap scrollbars?

What's the difference now? Hm, are they changing colors when I use them (activate with mouse click)?


Oh, and could you maybe look into firefox3? :D

http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs128&d=08246&f=firefox_bookmarks713.jpg

As you see the bookmarks are kind of badly visible - as well as that new Awesome bar they use (not a problem for me though, as I go for the oldbar addon). :)


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 Re: Changes?

 
 by envyouraudience on: Jun 15 2008
 
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Version 0.1.5 uses pixmapped scrollbars whereas 0.1.4 used the default Murrina engine scrollbars. I haven't posted the new screenshots yet. The download link will take you to my deviant art page where you can see the new scrollbar.

As for the problems with Firefox, I don't know how Firefox uses GTK nowadays so I really don't know how to fix it. I'll play around and see if I can come up with something. It appears that Firefox is treating that window as a menu, but using the text color from a different widget class.


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 Elegant Brit

 
 by chareos on: Jun 15 2008
 
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As I understand, Murrina is a superior theme engine as a matter of speed.

... so... even if this may not be the goal for your project, I'll look forward for a partial/complete remake of Elegant brit using this engine.

By the way, your work is superb !


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 Re: Elegant Brit

 
 by envyouraudience on: Jun 17 2008
 
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I agree that the Murrina Engine should be a lot faster than pixmap. I tried to make a Murrina port of Elegant Brit here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=83462

It definitely isn't perfect, but I think it's pretty close. Let me know what you think.


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 navigation bar firefox release

 
 by glutsemi on: Jun 17 2008
 
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Nice theme! Small problem for me : I cannot read the text on the navigation bar of firefox 3 release candidate. It's white with no visible caracters.


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 Re: navigation bar firefox rel

 
 by envyouraudience on: Jun 18 2008
 
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Do you have anything in your .gtkrc.mine file that might interfere with the theme? On my computer, FF 3 looks the same as other windows :-/


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 pypanelrc and Xdefaults?

 
 by Stalafin on: Jun 19 2008
 
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Hey, the panel is PyPanel, right? And what's that terminal? Could you provide me with both? :D



Cheers,
S


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 Re: pypanelrc and Xdefaults?

 
 by envyouraudience on: Jun 19 2008
 
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Here is my pypanelrc: http://pastebin.us/?show=m5312efcb

The terminal is gnome-terminal. Here is my bashrc: http://pastebin.us/?show=m2ca315e3


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