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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  1513
Submitted:  Sep 28 2008
Updated:  Oct 3 2008

Description:

This clearlooks theme (using pixmaps for the new panel when it became apparent that the other one was ugly) modeled after the colours of murrine symphonic shoots to be a pleasant blend between the extremes of blue and orange I am always changing by desktop back and forth between, giving a very simple, smooth, usable theme. The package contains:
+ 1 GTK theme
+ 1 background image
+ 5 network icons (one theme - you need 5 to make the whole set of 25%, 50%, etc.)
+ 1 old panel background
+ 1 modified menu button*
+ 2 metacity themes
Keep in mind that this does not include the DISCOVERY icon theme! Find it here:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Discovery+Icon+Theme?content=69950

*To "Install" the menu button image, open "gconf-editor", go into "apps", "panel" and then "objects". Find the one that looks like it's got something to do with a "Main menu" and then turn on the "custom icon" key and enter the path to the image in the appropriate field. I'm working on a simple script to assist in this for the next release.

PS: Let me make this very clear - I had no part in the making of the Inverted and Glossy metacity themes, and claim NO ownership of them. I am simply redistributing them. The people to be credited with creation should be listed in the XML files. I have not changed these themes at all.




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 Nice

 
 by TJMax on: Sep 29 2008
 
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I like it. What icon set do you use and what font are you using for conky?

Thanks.


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 Re: Nice

 
 by themer on: Sep 30 2008
 
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I use the Discovery Icon theme as mentioned in the description
(http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Discovery+Icon+Theme?content=69950)
and for conky, it's not from this site, but "microN56" (size 6 - it's bitmap so anything but 6 or multiples (12, etc) look blurry just FYI)


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 Wonderful

 
 by jebb on: Sep 30 2008
 
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Wonderful. Great. Thank u


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 iverted iconset

 
 by brunnolgp on: Sep 30 2008
 
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really nice theme, using right now.

couldn't find this INVERTED iconset, do you have any link ?


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 Re: iverted iconset

 
 by themer on: Oct 3 2008
 
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Inverted (and Glossy) are metacity themes included with Ubuntu. I think I can include them in the package if I specify they are not mine. Correct me people if I am wrong!


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 Menu button

 
 by reeve on: Oct 3 2008
 
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The menu button image seems to missing from the package, any chance you could add it?


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 Re: Menu button

 
 by themer on: Oct 3 2008
 
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Oh, wow your right...
you know what happened? I know exactly what went on... I made the new package, uploaded it, and then it lost it and kept using the old one... stupid - it usually has this problem with screenshots, but I've never seen it with packages before!


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 hello

 
 by ozky on: Oct 4 2008
 
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this is very nice theme its looking really good with 2009 mandriva that menu icon is looking really good but its not contain all menus there is missing admistration and preferences menus do anybody have good tips how to add those menus gnome menubar or do i need to create new menu and put those items one by one to that new menu ?


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 Doesn't drag into preferences

 
 by pHreaksYcle on: Oct 5 2008
 
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Is there a way to make it so I can just click and drag? I got the GTK installed, that was easy enough but the wireless icons...wtf :)

This actually does look quite professional. You should do some variations on this, maybe do the same glossiness with like a blue, or a slightly darker orange.


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 Re: Doesn't drag into preferences

 
 by themer on: Jan 13 2009
 
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Sorry, I've been away for a while

yea, in the package there should be some small png's, they go inside /usr/share/icons/<icon theme>/<icon size*>/status
(*probably 22x22 or 24x24)

There should be a set of icons that look like the ones you have now, so just replace them (save them first if you want though ;))


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