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Plastig

   0.1  

Theme/Style GTK 1.x

Score 53%
Plastig
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  18201
Submitted:  Jan 1 2004
Updated:  Jan 2 2004

Description:

Everyone wants to have a consistent-looking desktop. With the great Plastik theme now available, we only had to have a corresponding GTK theme.

So this is a try on this, made on the 1st night of the new 2004 year (think of having nothing better to do...). All feedback is very appreciated.

Thanks go to the authors of Plastik and Geramik, which I used as a basis for this theme.

Installation:
Untarbzip to your ~/.themes/ and do the magic in gnome control center. If it doesn't help, and if you use SuSE, put it into /opt/gnome/share/themes/ (remember to fix the paths in gtkrc`s).




Changelog:

0.1 -- Initial release

Used Geramik as a basis, still some traces of it left. Still some glitches with GTK1, I know of them and will get rid of them ASAP.




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 GTK1.x sliders

 
 by Yaba on: Jan 7 2004
 
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E.g. with GIMP 1.2.x I cannot see any sliders.


...my wife complained that I do not pay attention...or something like that...
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 Not bad...

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 14 2004
 
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Looks quite good - for 0.1. A few niggles...

1. Push button mouse over re-colours all buttons blue! Not quite how Plastik does this. To acheive something similar, for the mouse-over you need to pixmaps. The first one willbe like the regular button, and re-coloured lightly. The second one would be for the highlight lines that Plastik draws above and below. Basically, the 2nd would be the same size as the button pixmaps, only contain these lines, and the middle should be all alpha-channel (i.e. 100% transparent). In the gtkrc file, you then list the 2nd as the "overlay" file. Have a look at how ThinGeramik (in the Geramik archive) mimics ThinKeramik's active tab.

2. This "mos-over" stuff will also affect comb-boxes, radios, and check buttons.

3. You need to set the x_offset for pushbuttons. In Keramik/Geramik the y offset is 1 (so it goes down), and x is 0. In Plastik they are both 1 - so the text moves to the left/right.

..thats all for now.


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 Native gtk theme

 
 by gnumdk on: Jan 18 2004
 
Score 50%

It's a good work but...

i would prefer a real plastik gtk engine instead of a pixmap theme, like Galaxy or bluecurve.


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 Industrial

 
 by aaron on: Jan 26 2004
 
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I've found the "Industrial" gtk-engine from ximian looks really consistent with plastik on kde. But thanks for giving us another choice.


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 Can't install this!

 
 by Cdzitu on: Feb 28 2004
 
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Hi, i'm kind a newbie and a tried to install this nice theme but could'nt do it ... I wrote this lines to my "~/.gtkrc-2.0":

gtk-font-name="Luxi Sans 8"
include "/usr/share/themes/Default/gtk-2.0/gtkrc"

Where "/usr/share/themes/Default/gtk-2.0/gtkrc" is the place where i unzipped Plastig. Pleaseee, someone help me! :)


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 plz finish this!

 
 by vpalle on: Mar 8 2004
 
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plz plz plz...

no more bluecurve.. no more keramik!


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