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Blapple

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GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Depends on  GTK 3.x
Downloads:  6937
Submitted:  Aug 29 2011
Updated:  Oct 20 2011

Description:

Blapple is a dark apple-like theme. it is based on Marples-black, and is a gtk3.2 theme.

Gtk3.2 broke the original Blapple, so i had to re-base it from Marples. I've redone the scrollbars, and a number of pixmaps, and have more modifications planned.

A bunch of minor fixes on this update, and a parsing error was addressed.
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* FIREFOX COLOR ISSUES:

Quick Note: Firefox by default uses your gtk theme. this can cause issues, especially with dark themes - if you have issues with Firefox - text boxes being black, cant read text, etc...

..you'll need to access about:config (firefox config) in FF's addressbar, then type 'colors' in the searchbar... you can set firefox to ignore your theme colors, and/or specify your own colors ~ just open youtube in a separate tab (or other problematic sites), while you modify them to suit. it works like a charm :)

EXTRAS:

a few people have asked me for a couple of my GFX/logo/icons that i have made for gnome, they are available for download below, here is a quick run down of where they go, in the linux file-system;
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* 1. Alien Gnome Logo
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this file is called "side.png", and is used with gnome-system-monitor. Simply replace the existing side.png found here;

/usr/share/pixmaps/gnome-system-monitor/side.png
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* 2. Gnome-tweak-tool alternate logo
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the file is called "welcome.png" you must replace;

/usr/share/gnome-tweak-tool/welcome.png

with the new welcome.png file.

I use Archlinux, which allows me to stop future updates to both these files (so my logos never get replaced through an update ~ the NoUpgrade flag in pacman.conf). But i'm not sure how to do this in other distro's, so you are on your own, im sure it's possible though... ;)
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*NEW* 3. Gnome-system-monitor 3.1.4 (dark remix, black graphs, other tweaks)
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For this you will have to have GIT installed, and be willing to compile it because the colors are 'hardcoded', i have removed the cairo highlight tab crap... *my alien logo doesn't need to be downloaded seperately as it lives in my git branch. i have made other subtle changes to the source code.

steps from commandline;

1. git clone git://gitorious.org/gnome-system-monitor-blackgtk3/gnome-system-monitor-blackgtk3.git

2. cd into directory

3. ./autogen.sh

4. ./configure --prefix=/usr

5. make

6. sudo make install

enjoy ;)
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Changelog:

Oct 5

* matching gtk2 to gtk3 (scrollbars, etc)
* various fixes
* New Toolbars
* New Scrollbars
* new version
* too many changes to list
* gtk3.2 upgrade

Aug 29th

* added license
* tonal/shade adjustments
* misc color fixes
* menubar pixmap fix + other menu fix
* fixed gtk2 scrollbar
* added new bg for scrollbar
* modified gtkswitches
* removed a few pixmaps (old)

* submitted




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 great theme buuut ;)

 
 by PeruvianTorch on: Dec 18 2011
 
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This is by far the greatest looking theme out there :D
I have made a few changes here and there and i have some problems and hoped you'd be able to help me out with. Seems as if i can't upload the pic i highlighted my issues with so i'm gonna try and explain. Lets say you're in Nautilus and the menurow containing the "archive, edit,view" and so forth. I just can't seem to find where to edit this. I want it to be the same image i use for highligtning panel items when clicking on it but i just can't seem to find how to. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thx for the great theme
Marcus


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 Re: great theme buuut ;)

 
 by PeruvianTorch on: Dec 18 2011
 
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sry don't know it was posted twice. I solved the problems i was having.


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 great theme buuut ;)

 
 by PeruvianTorch on: Dec 18 2011
 
Score 50%

This is by far the greatest looking theme out there :D
I have made a few changes here and there and i have some problems and hoped you'd be able to help me out with. Seems as if i can't upload the pic i highlighted my issues with so i'm gonna try and explain. Lets say you're in Nautilus and the menurow containing the "archive, edit,view" and so forth. I just can't seem to find where to edit this. I want it to be the same image i use for highligtning panel items when clicking on it but i just can't seem to find how to. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thx for the great theme
Marcus


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 Re: great theme buuut ;)

 
 by ninez on: Dec 21 2011
 
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If you want to upload a picture, use a service like ompldr;

http://ompldr.org/

simply take a screenshot, upload it, then copy the image address and then post it ;)

I'd be interested in seeing your changes, maybe they might be worth integrating?

cheerz


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 Re: Re: great theme buuut ;)

 
 by PeruvianTorch on: Dec 22 2011
 
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sure i can upload it. Don't have a name for it so i'll just name it blappleness since i blended slicknessblack and blapple. changes i made are more noticable in gtk2 enviorment i think.


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