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BiMetallico

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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BiMetallico
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Downloads:  13660
Submitted:  Nov 17 2008
Updated:  Dec 2 2008

Description:

A new version of my "Metallico" themes that brings a bi-color window frame inspired by Dust theme. It resolves also the wrong colors in firefox and openoffice windows. It uses the last version of Murrine engine.




Changelog:

1.2 Little color corrections in menus and tooltip.

1.1 Color correction in gnome-panel.

1.0 Initial version




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 A FIX FOR ANYONE HAVING ISSUES

 
 by someguydude on: Dec 2 2008
 
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Error -> ".themes/BiMetallico/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:110: error: unexpected identifier `style', expected character `}'"

Fix -> Simple. Open up the gtkrc in gedit/leafpad/nano and go down to line 110. Change the word 'style' to 'profile'. Bam.

I'm on Arch Linux and using the theme right now. It works fine.


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 Re: A FIX FOR ANYONE HAVING ISSUES

 
 by artee on: Dec 2 2008
 
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Thanks! It works perfectly!


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 Good theme.. but

 
 by gomezhyuuga1 on: Dec 2 2008
 
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Hello i like much the theme but i find another bug:
gtkrc:90: error: unexpected identifier `colorize_scrollbar', expected character `}'

How can fix that??


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 FIXING

 
 by Argirox on: Dec 3 2008
 
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I've seen that someone has problem with this theme: there are some sintax error as reported above.

I think it depends on murrine svn.
Ubuntu uses murrine 0.60.1 and peraphs, in other distributions (as Archlinux), the use of a different version of Murrine gives these sintax error.

I found a wiki at http://www.cdavis.us/wiki/index.php/Install_the_Dust_theme_on_Arch_Linux that explain how to use murrine 0.60.1 ccompiling it.

Can you post there if you'll find some fixing? Thanks a lot to all of you.

If I can I'll prepare a modified version of this theme.


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 Re: FIXING

 
 by hBd on: Dec 12 2008
 
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i tried that murrine engine, but not fix the problem, the panel and the menu not work. the rest is ok1


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 Controls don't work for me

 
 by 8bit on: Apr 29 2009
 
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Hi,

I'm new to using GNOME themes so not sure where to look to try and fix this. I can install the theme and the window borders change correctly but the controls like sliders, menu bars etc. don't look like they do in the screenshots, they look like the standard ones which are built into GNOME (does that make any sense?)...

I did install the Murrine thing mentioned in the discussion but that hasn't helped. I'm running Ubuntu 8.04LTS. Can anyone help?

Nice looking theme btw :)
8bit


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 gnome-desktop-item-edit

 
 by snizovtsev on: Jun 7 2009
 
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Great theme, thanks!
But i've found issue with gnome-desktop-item-edit. It looks like a panel.


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 Re: gnome-desktop-item-edit

 
 by snizovtsev on: Jun 7 2009
 
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Seems this fix work for me:
--- gtkrc 2009-06-05 15:30:37.000000000 +0400
+++ gtkrc.new 2009-06-07 14:22:05.000000000 +0400
@@ -411,7 +411,8 @@
class "GtkEntry" style "murrine-entry"
class "GtkTreeView" style "murrine-treeview-header"
class "GtkScrollbar" style "murrine-scrollbar"
-class "Panel*" style "murrine-panel"
+class "PanelApp*" style "murrine-panel"
+class "PanelToplevel*" style "murrine-panel"
class "*Panel*Applet*" style "murrine-panel"

#widget definitions of menu
@@ -486,10 +487,13 @@
widget_class "*<GtkProgressBar>" style "murrine-progressbar"

#widget classes of panel
-widget_class "Panel*" style "murrine-panel"
+widget_class "PanelApp*" style "murrine-panel"
+widget_class "PanelToplevel*" style "murrine-panel"
#widget_class "*BonoboDockItem" style "murrine-panel" #NOT SET THIS: IT MAKES SOME NO PANEL WIDGETS LIKE BLACK PANEL
-widget_class "Panel*.*<GtkMenuBar>*" style "murrine-panel-button"
-widget_class "Panel*.*<GtkButton>*" style "murrine-panel-button"
+widget_class "PanelToplevel*.*<GtkMenuBar>*" style "murrine-panel-button"
+widget_class "PanelApp*.*<GtkMenuBar>*" style "murrine-panel-button"
+widget_class "PanelToplevel*.*<GtkButton>*" style "murrine-panel-button"
+widget_class "PanelApp*.*<GtkButton>*" style "murrine-panel-button"
#widget_class "*Panel*GtkToggleButton" style "murrine-panel-button" #NOT SET THIS: IT MAKES SOME NO PANEL WIDGETS LIKE BLACK PANEL
#Panel classes


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