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kde4.2-oxygen (modified)

   0.3  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 73%
kde4.2-oxygen (modified)
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  20655
Submitted:  Feb 24 2009
Updated:  Mar 1 2009

Description:

I've modified Kim's wonderful but outdated KDE 4-Style for GTK2 to match KDE 4.2.

Have fun! ;)




Changelog:

v0.3
Changed:
- new menuitem
- menu
- menu seperator

v0.2
Changed:
- menubar
- toolbar
- menu

v0.1
Changed:
- Scrollbars
- Progressbars
- Buttons




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 is it...?

 
 by sihKih on: Mar 1 2009
 
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is this some kind of way to make peace with those qt "fans" that don't like gtk/gtk+


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 Re: is it...?

 
 by TotoKid on: Mar 3 2009
 
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I use it on KDE 4.2 with gnome-settings-daemon to make gtk apps look like my desktop environment theme.
Oxygen is a pretty nice theme, porting it to gtk is the best way to share its beauty, you don't need to switch to KDE 4 if you like just its style and you're using GNOME.
It's Open Source as I see it, don't you?


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 Re: Re: is it...?

 
 by sihKih on: Mar 3 2009
 
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is there no thing such as qgtkstyle for theming qt apps in gnome for kde? if there is then i see no point for doing this kind of gtk styles:) but it is your free will to do it:)


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 Re: Re: Re: is it...?

 
 by TotoKid on: Mar 5 2009
 
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Yes, you're right. Just like having the freedom to *choose* to download or not this theme. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: is it...?

 
 by dnasthegreat on: Mar 14 2009
 
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There is, but it doesn't work very well. It's harder to change certain things in GTK+, and the GTK+ guys don't really have any interest in making a nice toolkit that looks good in other platforms like the Qt ones do. (QGtkStyle is an official Trolltech/Qt Software project, while gtk-qt-theme-engine is just a hack someone put together.)


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 GTK Engine

 
 by idlerevolutionary on: Mar 20 2009
 
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Just so no one else has to go digging through the gtkrc file, you'll need to install the gtk2-engines-pixbuf engine to use this theme (or at least, that's Ubuntu's name for it).


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 Re: GTK Engine

 
 by TotoKid on: Mar 21 2009
 
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Yeah, and I had to change "pixmap" to "pixbuf" in its config file to make it work.


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 Deluge 1.1.6 looks ugly

 
 by keerthi on: Apr 14 2009
 
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This is how deluge 1.1.x looks running in kde4.2. Notice the progress bars in the grid.

http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs538&d=09162&f=deluge196.png

gtk-kde4 0.8-1
gtk-kde42-oxygen-theme 0.3-1
gtk-qt-engine 1.1-1


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 Wrong colors

 
 by doleman on: Apr 26 2009
 
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Anyone knows how to get the right (KDE 4.2) colours to be applied? Enabling Apply colours to non-Kde4 applications from Colours-Settings doesnt work for kde42-oxygen, for qt-curve for example everything works fine.
thanks


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 Re: Wrong colors

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: Apr 30 2009
 
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I have gone through and adjusted all of the colors, reworking a large number of the pixmaps and have molded this GTK+ theme into a very close match for KDE 4.2's Oxygen. I have put my modification of the work up on KDE-Look.org (since it is intended for KDE users) including icon theme. It's called Oxygen-Molecule and you can find it here: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=103741

(I hope you don't mind, DeeZiD)


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 Re: Re: Wrong colors

 
 by doleman on: Apr 30 2009
 
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Great work, but i still have one more question is it possible to make oxygen-molecule match the (customized) kde4.2 colors? Not make kde4.2 match the oxygen-molecule (default) colors. Please letme know what i have to change/edit if it is possible....I tried changing colors in theme gtkrc but it doesnt work for buttons and other Widgets.


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 Re: Re: Re: Wrong colors

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: Apr 30 2009
 
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Unfortunately, in order to change most of the colors in the GTK+ theme, you will have to edit a ton of pixmaps, including gradients, etc. That's what I had to do to the original theme to make it match the default KDE colors. If anybody is up for the challenge, though, we could have some nice derivatives.


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 Problems with iceweasel

 
 by thenktor on: May 18 2009
 
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The theme doesn't work well with Iceweasel here:
1. No scrollbars
2. No borders around any elements
3. Selected menu item is not highlighted

Any idea about this?


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 Re: Problems with iceweasel

 
 by thenktor on: Aug 1 2009
 
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Fixed by using Firefox :-/


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 murrine engine?

 
 by thenktor on: Aug 1 2009
 
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I'm getting this warning when I'm using this theme:
Gtk-WARNING (recursed) **: Unable to locate theme engine in module_path: "murrine",

Is there anything related to murrine engine in this theme? Theme works nice without murrine engine installed.


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 Re: murrine engine?

 
 by thenktor on: Aug 1 2009
 
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Forgot to say: This warning breaks a lot of Xdialog config tools here because Xdialog writes it's output to stderr and the warning is getting there, too.


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