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Intuition (white)

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  22665
Submitted:  Jul 1 2008
Updated:  Oct 13 2008

Description:

somehow i made friends with the ubuntulooks engine.

i saw this theme on a few displays where it turned out completely white, red or blue (never green though) due to monitor settings, in that case, or if you just feel like it, change the colors of the theme in gnome-appearance-settings!
in the archive there is a readme file with installation instructions.
don't hesitate to leave a comment!

the theme consists of:
-gtk-theme: normal-panel
-gtk-theme: inverted-panel
-window-borders: metacity
-window-borders: xfwm4
-window-borders: emerald
-panel backgrounds
-ubuntu menu and logoff icon
-thumbnail frame
-wallpapers




Changelog:

1.0
-so far i only built an emerald theme, maybe i will be able to write a metacity theme some time soon...
-credits for the wallpaper do not go to me, it is a modified version of the "infinity" wallpaper from fedora.

1.1
-added a metacity theme!

1.2
-gtk: panel buttons (in the window list) are now white
-metacity: now has a bottom line to separate window from bottom panel when maximized
-added a grey panel
-added ubuntu menu icon
-added thumbnail_frame.png

1.3
-fixed a mistake i made in the metacity theme
-odd and even row colors in lists are now different.
-if you set the gtk:bg color of the theme darker, the gradient start color of the metacity theme will at some point follow: darker themes look better now.
-changed the wallpaper

1.4
-changed metacity/emerald glyphs to more conventional ones
-added an "ubuntu" emerald theme because unlike metacity emerald does not pick up the gtk color if you change it
-added a gtk theme with inverted panel colors
-added a few panels for either black or white text on it
-changed the wallpaper, it is now quite far from fedora infinity

1.5
-gtk: panels are new
-gtk: changed nautilus-extra-view-widget color
-gtk: fixed a bug that was visible in gedit and eog message area
-gtk: rearranged and renamed the themes, set black as default cursor
-metacity: title is now "etched in"
-metacity: glyphs look more plastic now, i had the gnome logo on the toolbar in mind. what do you think of them?
-emerald: tossed the ubuntu emerald theme, you can easily change the colors yourself in emerald
-panel images are new
-changed wallpaper, added heron wallpaper (i know, it's a little late for a heron)
-added the readme file

1.6
-added xfwm4 theme for that desktop environment with the cute black mouse
-metacity: utility and modal_dialog windows have no icon
-emerald: contains additional buttons i made for xfwm4, but not enabled

1.7
-gtk: nautilus sidebar separator is now only 1px
-gtk: changed panel normal button color (not directly visible, but affects border of active button)
-gtk: fixed cpufreq applet text color
-gtk: changed highlight color (i had a monochrome LCD in mind)
-metacity: changed corner radius (did not know you can do that until recently!)
-metacity: additional buttons (see README) and increased drow shadow of buttons
-metacity: modal dialog windows have no more title
-xfwm4: changed corner radius
-emerald: changed corner radius + additional buttons
-icons: switched from tango to mist as default icons




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 Good Idea, but...

 
 by decadentgray on: Jan 17 2010
 
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... it looks just like a strange mod of the Industrial-theme.
But the window-border is quite appealing.


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 Installation Problem

 
 by SafetyScissors on: Feb 15 2010
 
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I followed the installation instructions in the readme (i.e. copy the folders to /usr/share/icons and /usr/share/themes), but when I try to activate the theme, I get the error message "This theme will not look as intended because the GTK+ theme engine 'ubuntulooks' is not installed." I'm new to Ubuntu, so I may have overlooked something obvious; any suggestions?
Thanks


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 Re: Installation Problem

 
 by newversion2 on: Feb 15 2010
 
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hi,

when i made this theme, ubuntu shipped with the ubuntulooks engine by default, but they abandoned it some time ago. but i guess if you still want to use this theme, you could try installing the ubuntulooks engine from here: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ubuntulooks+Engine?content=43255


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 tnx!

 
 by martosurf on: Feb 25 2010
 
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useful!


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 How do you white panel's text

 
 by martosurf on: Mar 5 2010
 
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Hi buddy, I'm building my own 'Frankenstein' theme with things borrowed from here and there just for me and my girls use.

Currently I need to change the Gnome's panel text -Menu, dat & time indicator, windows bar, etc.- to white as is in your theme to fit my theme, however, I'm going crazing trying and trying but can't achieve that.

Do you remember how you did it? Being the bar fully transparent I need text to contrast the background image -wallpaper-, so it's very important to change the text color.

Thanks a lot for any advice, best =D


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