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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Link:  http://pakos.biz
Downloads:  2128
Submitted:  Oct 18 2008
Updated:  Jun 15 2010

Description:

Theme based on Clearlooks and Pixmap engines, however there is used also Mist engine but it's not required.

Emerald theme included.

Since it's a first release it might be bugged somewhere.
Let me know about some bugs or ideas, everything would be helpful.

If you must vote down leave a comment so I can improve it!




Changelog:

0.3 - added pixmap menu lines
0.2 - removed unnecessary code
0.1 - public release



License:
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/pl/

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 Good job

 
 by Ninjitisu on: Oct 20 2008
 
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Wow very clean, i like it thanks


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 Re: Good job

 
 by Pakos on: Oct 22 2008
 
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Thx, usually i'm trying to make clean themes ;)


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 Thanks!

 
 by Shalakhin on: Oct 22 2008
 
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Thanks! :) I like such well optimized themes where is a care for each element! Big thanks and "good" vote for this theme :)


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 Nice

 
 by marcaemus on: Oct 23 2008
 
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Good theme, attention to detail is very good. Thanks.


...when all the worlds collide.
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 More compact?

 
 by someguydude on: Oct 23 2008
 
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It's excellent in general, but do you think it could be crunched down a little?


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 Re: More compact?

 
 by Pakos on: Oct 23 2008
 
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I'm not sure what means "crunched down a little" so could you explain it?


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 Re: Re: More compact?

 
 by someguydude on: Oct 23 2008
 
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Sorry, I tend to use odd phrases like that.

Anyway, I mean things like make the blank space in tabs smaller, push the menu headers together, things like that. Shrink the blank space. Take a look at, for example, Clearlooks-flat-compact for an idea of how one can reduce "wasted space".

It's just a thought, if you find it takes away from the aesthetic of the theme, leave it the way it is. I'm using the theme now and loving it regardless. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: More compact?

 
 by Pakos on: Oct 24 2008
 
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I'll try ;)


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 Bars not present

 
 by Robico on: Oct 25 2008
 
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Sorry, but the bar below the window menu is not visible on my system, the same with bar below buttons.
I have GNOME 2.22 and Ubuntu 8.04


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 Re: Bars not present

 
 by Robico on: Oct 25 2008
 
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I see that you intentionaly did not add those horizontal bars. But it is a bit messy and gives the impression of unfinished theme. Maybe for some people who like order you might add those bars.
Or perhaps you plan to add them in further versions...


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 Re: Re: Bars not present

 
 by someguydude on: Oct 26 2008
 
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I disagree. It makes it look unified rather than as though the bars are separate pieces glued together. One reason I like such themes.


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 Re: Re: Re: Bars not present

 
 by Pakos on: Oct 26 2008
 
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Oh well i'll not add them, sorry ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Bars not present

 
 by Robico on: Oct 28 2008
 
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I see :)

I dont care for bars below menu - current integrated look is nice. But I would like to see the horizontal bar separating grey area of buttons/menu and bright area of folders.
Maybe it is a matter of adding one line in gtkrc (take it from clearlooks), but I don't know how to do it.
Could someone help me, please?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Bars not present

 
 by Pakos on: Oct 29 2008
 
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I'm not sure about which line are you talking about. Could you post a screenshot?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Bars not present

 
 by Robico on: Oct 29 2008
 
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http://img249.imageshack.us/my.php?image=windowlinetz5.jpg

I am writing about this dark thin line separating folders area and upper part of window. It is a detail, but to me it changes a lot :)
Is it posible to add it in gtkrc by simple command(s)?

Thank You in advance for replay!



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 line

 
 by Pakos on: Oct 29 2008
 
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I don't remember which one it is so try to comment "#" or delete one of these lines:

GtkToolbar ::shadow-type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE
GtkMenuBar ::shadow-type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE


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