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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 66%



Downloads:  9235
Submitted:  Aug 31 2010
Updated:  Jun 24 2014


Khaki colors with glass highlights.

Gtk2 theme for: Xfxe4, Gnome2, Mate, E17, IceWm, OpenBox3, StandAlone Compiz, Fluxbox, etc.,

Engine=Pixmap, Mist

Includes: gtk2 theme, xfwm theme, openbox3 theme,
icewm theme

Icons=Faenza http://tiheum.deviantart.com/art/Faenza-Icons-173323228

MouseCursor=KnotVista ported to linux by GrynayS


Steampunk1 @

want more try Google Images and search Steampunk Wallpaper.


Changes June 24, 2014

+++ all screenshots updated +++

More work on the scrollbar ;
removed some of the normal stepper opacity to
eliminate the ruler overlay bleed thru
darkened stepper sides, better definition
increased contrast of stepper prelight
reduced trough border to 2 pixels from 3, better look

Changed the background tab border from silver to gold, better look

Changed the notebook background, added a gold border and made four different interior designs , I like the vertical look, but you may like one of the others.
Just open the Tabs folder and rename your choice to notebook.png

You also have a choice of three different menu looks.
Just open the Menu folder and rename your choice to menu.png

Well, I have tried to remain true to this theme's name.
FiftyWays, and give you more options, as some of
you have commented there are many ways to arrive
at getting where you want and what you want.

How many themes here at opendesktop give you, so much choice?

Happy theming,
IamJustUs... aka daman


June 17, 2014 update:

Doubled trough vert1 & horiz1 pngs, now 2082 pxs.
If you have a screen size larger than that you can
set the scrollbar.rc, line 18 & line 32; from FALSE to>
overlay_stretch = TRUE

or use GIMP
and create your own specific size from original.

Too bad, we can not use a tile option, instead of
only stretch in the gtkrc it would eliminate this
problem. I set the stretch as FALSE, for a more
consistant look.

Changed this in the gtkrc
GtkScrollbar::fixed-slider-length = 0 # Don't change slider length, just lock it to the min-slider-length
It was 1, and made excessive scrolling. Nice look,
poor function.

Changed the slider look, increased the end points,
up 1px. Darkened the ends slightly. Removed some
of the end highlights.

Reduced the minium slider length to 93px was 100px
(slightly too large for some apps)
line 70 of the gtkrc, if you want to adjust further.
Some say 64px is the magic size.


June 10, 2014 update:

Screenshots are current, using my preferred Icewm
session, xfce4 looks the same.

My setup; ArchlinuxOS x86_64, Kernel- 3.14.6-1
gtk2-2.24.23-1, icewm 1.38.3-3, xfce 4.10.1-3

Added icewm theme

Complete redo of scrollbar config

Increased spinbutton size

Added menu start button, ~/.themes/FiftyWays/gtk-2.0/Panel

Added a new sidebar/tree look

reworked option and check buttons and added them
back in to default config

redo of focus entry png

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 by newkeys1 on: Jan 14 2011
Score 50%

This theme should be used as the benchmark. It Applies artistry and skill combined in a very pleasant way. I hope you continue to make more like this in different shades and colors. Amazing work

Thank you

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 Re: fantastic

 by IamJustUs on: Jan 17 2011
Score 63%

Well, you made my day with one word...
That, is all I hope to achieve with
my themes and to pay back for all the
hard work all the coders do, In this
great Linux community.

ps... your welcome.

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 by geeknome on: Jan 15 2011
Score 63%


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 Re: Wow

 by IamJustUs on: Jan 17 2011
Score 50%


Those are a couple of words, I remember
saying to my wife, a long time past
and probably should be saying every day

You are making me blush,
and I am no teenage girl.
Ha, Ha


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 "very good"

 by daniel227 on: Dec 5 2012
Score 50%

i'm not a fan of steampunk but this is very well done!
the gtk2 is just perfect.
just 1 thing: the dropdown menu bg, i think it should be something tileable. it's not so nice when the flower gets stretched over a large menu.

both openbox and xfwm4 themes are not so good i'd say.

also i'd choose a different icon theme - maybe Buuf-Deuce, Matrilineare or Ubo Icons...

and gtk3?

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 Re: "very good"

 by daniel227 on: Dec 5 2012
Score 50%

you are aware of deviantArt?
lots of steampunk stuff there.

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 Re: "very good"

 by IamJustUs on: Dec 6 2012
Score 50%

Thanks, for the input.
Menu is a tough nut to crack, lots of variables.
In the menu folder, FiftyWays/gtk-2.0/Menu,
I left a couple other menu choices, just rename
your choice to menu.png

I have done tons of openbox themes, and have
rarely been wowed, it is just the nature of the

The xfwm4 theme, I absolutely love, it frames
the gtk2 theme perfectly and what ease
to work with, a themers' delight. Simple and

I looked at the icon sets you suggested, and
really all seem good.
my criteria with icon sets is this:

Is it a complete set? nothing more annoying than
a mixed set.

Is it colorful? monochromatic is boring and makes
finding right app, like searching for waldo.

Is it consistent? as in dimensions, most
important to me a themer as I do not like to
spend all my time designing a panel, menu,
toolbar, etc. and immediately noticing the odd
duck. Here is where Fanza icons really shine.

I do not support gtk3, it does not support themeing. Will it ever?

Yeah, I never thought about a search for
steampunk at deviantArt, good idea!

take care,
off to do a deviantArt search.

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 Great, wow...

 by krig on: Feb 15 2013
Score 50%

Very nice. I like the 3rd variation, with more calm colors; compliments for putting all together. Well done and keep improve it.

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 Re: Great, wow...

 by krig on: Feb 15 2013
Score 50%

Here is a better scrollbar: http://i49.tinypic.com/4tslcg.png
I prefer tooltip-bg2, button normal to be as prelight one, made lighter the text input area (base_color)... I suggest you to work on gold and ceramic association idea of pixmaps in mind because of pleasant colors can have. Good luck; the idea has a great potential, with a little improvement for grafic images may come a great theme.

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 Re: Re: Great, wow...

 by IamJustUs on: Feb 18 2013
Score 50%

Thanks Cris,
Love the overlay tip, with the slider... that slider gave me hours
of frustration, I originally wanted a magnifier glass look in the
center of the slider, I knew there had to be a way, but felt like
I was knocking my head against a wall. Funny , I use that
technique frequently, just didn't put two and two together.

Great comments and apprieciate the help.
Double thanks comming from such a compentent
pixmap artist as yourself.

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 Thank you

 by pendragon1966 on: Jun 11 2013
Score 50%

Now I have found a theme to make my steampunk desktop, no other theme I have seen comes even close to yours. Great job!

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 Re: Thank you

 by IamJustUs on: Jun 11 2013
Score 50%

Thank-you Eduardo,
It is a nice day when I get a compliment,
such as yours.

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 Beautiful one

 by SweetestIvy on: Jul 15 2013
Score 50%

Your style is unique. I like most of them and they deserve more score!

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 Re: Beautiful one

 by IamJustUs on: Jul 16 2013
Score 50%

thats a great compliment.
And what I try to achieve,
sometimes failing , stumbling.
Then, I hear my Dad saying,
"Keep your nose to the grindstone".

Thanks for the comment and votes

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