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Divinorum-Revisited

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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 70%
Divinorum-Revisited
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  34335
Submitted:  Sep 13 2008
Updated:  Jan 29 2011

Description:

My rendition of the Divinorum theme by Wulax

Now includes two color schemes:

- Purple
- Green

Required Engines: Pixmap, Murrine, Aurora

FIREFOX 3 FIX
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Firefox 3 Fix for unreadable text entry box, and buttons. Download file contains 7 files:

- Divinorum-Revisited-1.2F
- Divinorum-Revisited-1.2F-Mint
- userContent.css
- forms.css
- CrystalBlackMOD.emerald
- CrystalBlackMod_Mint.emerald
- README

place the file "userContent.css" in ~/.mozilla/firefox/"bla.default"/chrome/ directory

place the file "forms.css" in where you have your firefox3/res directory. E.g. mine is /usr/share/apps/firefox3/res/

If you cannot locate your res folder there, try in /usr/lib/xulrunner-(version)/res/

NOTE: version number may be different

restart firefox.




LicenseGPL
(Divinorum-Revisited-pack.tar.gz)
(link to page: Divinorum-Revisited-GDM Login Theme)
(link to page: OpenOffice workaround/fix by Adam St)
(link to page: Artwiz Fonts)
(Artwiz-fonts TTF FormatFormat)
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 Thanks!

 
 by donoterase on: May 1 2009
 
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thanks for the comments! It will provide me with some needed inspiration to constantly update it tweak it. I've been flat out busy with my studies so I haven't spent much time with anything linux-wise. Hopefully once its all over, I'll be able to make some new changes. :) Again, thanks for the love!


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 Window Borders

 
 by audiomaniac on: May 16 2009
 
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Hi, i downloaded this theme (btw it looks amazing) and noticed i cannot get the window borders to show up. Would u mind maybe packaging it in a metacity theme pack? Thanx.


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 Window Borders...

 
 by audiomaniac on: May 17 2009
 
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Ah nevermind dude..i got it. Crystal Black emerald, right?


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 Re: Window Borders...

 
 by donoterase on: May 19 2009
 
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Yep. That is the one! I recently had to download it again, and forgot what it was called! Luckily the comments helped me out!


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 Looks Good..

 
 by Exodist on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Very nice looking dark theme. I like hte high gloss look.


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 Re: Looks Good..

 
 by donoterase on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Much love. It feels good to have people who enjoy dark themes. :)


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 very nice but how to

 
 by azawi on: Nov 27 2009
 
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install the fonts?

i mean all this:

"Untar it by doing something like:
tar xvjf artwiz-aleczapka-en-1.3.tar.bz2
sudo mv artwiz-aleczapka-en-1.3 /usr/share/fonts/X11/misc
Then execute the following commands:
tmaps.conf
sudo cp /etc/fonts/conf.avail/70-yes-bitmaps.conf /etc/fonts/conf.d
sudo fc-cache -f -v
sudo dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig
sudo dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig-config"

crap is not working for the average user, i just want use linux not to test my programming skills. why not an installer, click on it and the average user would be able to install the fonts!
why is it not possible to do things the easy way in linux?
why??????????????????


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 Re: very nice but how to

 
 by LaGaDesk on: Nov 27 2009
 
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What is the problem?
I extract the archive with a right click on my mouse. Then I move this folder in my .fonts folder in my home directory. If this folder does not exist you should make it. After relogin I can use the font. Sorry for my bad English! It is not easy??


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 Re: Re: very nice but how to

 
 by azawi on: Nov 28 2009
 
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.thank you for your reply but it didnt work the way you described. i copied the extracted folder to the usr/share/fonts dir and restarted x. there were no artwiz fonts.
it is just too complicated for the average user.
i played around a year with the really unusable opensuse and now i use the (in my humble opinion) first linux distribution that is usable for the average user: ubuntu 9.04.
but things like installing fonts have to work when linux wants to be an alternative to the awful unusable windows7 and to the technically outdated windows xp.
the linux community and every single linux-programmer have to have the average unser in mind when developing software, programmers have to open their minds on design and ergonomic.
that is the secret behind the success of mac os and microsoft!


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 Re: Re: Re: very nice but how to

 
 by donoterase on: Nov 29 2009
 
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Glad you got it to work. Remember that this is a linux base community, and coming here with comments like yours upset a few people (including myself). You cannot compare linux to either windows/MAC. It is like comparing chocolate to sh!t. There is no comparison.


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 Re: Re: very nice but how to

 
 by azawi on: Nov 28 2009
 
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i finally got it to work.
i used the german language package of artwiz fonts. so i had to write "tar xvjf artwiz-aleczapka-de-1.3.tar.bz2" instead of "tar xvjf artwiz-aleczapka-en-1.3.tar.bz2"

with an installer errors like this would not occure at all. this was a really good example of a lack of usability and design.


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 Re: Re: very nice but how to

 
 by azawi on: Nov 28 2009
 
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i finally got it to work.
i used the german language package of artwiz fonts. so i had to write "tar xvjf artwiz-aleczapka-de-1.3.tar.bz2" instead of "tar xvjf artwiz-aleczapka-en-1.3.tar.bz2"

with an installer errors like this would not occure at all. this was a really good example of a lack of usability and design.


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 Re: Re: Re: very nice but how to

 
 by LaGaDesk on: Nov 28 2009
 
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I'm sorry, I was too stupid to explain it easily. Perhaps it was just a simple point forgotten in ".fonts".
Otherwise, I can only recommend to read this:

In German:

http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Schriften

Or in English:

https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Fonts

In German:

http://www.felix-schwarz.name/files/opensource/articles/Linux_ist_nicht_Windows/

Or in English:

http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm


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 Great work!

 
 by LaGaDesk on: Nov 27 2009
 
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Fantastic dark theme. I like it very much. :)


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