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Mac Classic Platinum

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Mac Classic Platinum
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Downloads:  3465
Submitted:  Aug 26 2011
Updated:  Sep 10 2011

Description:

Classic Apple look for this Gnome 2 theme; in fact is the 1st Developer Preview of MacOS X... just enjoy.

My recomandation is to use Charcoal/Virtue and Helvetica/Terminus fonts.
Please take a look about how the theme looks like, before posting any comment or even rating it.
Thanks, and GBY!




Changelog:

Fri Aug 26: Public submission
Sat Sept 10: Version updated:
--- default button added
--- menu_label on combo buttons fixed
--- menu_item color and label color changed
--- notebook tabs optimized
--- Globalmenu capable
--- list items changed
--- column lists buttons optimized
--- spin_button changed
--- Metacity theme buttons now are visible in mouse-over state for non-focused windows; also some changes for buttons and window shade added (emulated)
(see Preview 3)

(SheepShaver installed --- now I can fix all items)




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 font size microscopic

 
 by azawi on: Aug 27 2011
 
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the fonts are too small and it cannot be changed.
got bodhi linux here (ubuntu 10.04)
i tried to change the font size in gtkrc but no succes. any idea ?


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 Re: font size microscopic

 
 by krig on: Aug 27 2011
 
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Yes, I got the idea: uncomment all lines that begins with
font_name...
so all those lines should come
# font_name...
That's all; anyway I suggest Charcoal and Helvetica fonts.


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 Re: font size microscopic

 
 by krig on: Aug 27 2011
 
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Other possible sollution is to change the font resolution setting to 86 or 90 dpi (depends on your screen capabilities; normally, Ubuntu set automatically this setting), this under Appearance Preferences -> Fonts -> Details -> Resolution
Maybe your resolution is low (like 72 or so) and that's for you couldn't be able to change the font size...


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 Re: font size microscopic

 
 by krig on: Aug 27 2011
 
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Other possible sollution is to change the font resolution setting to 86 or 90 dpi (depends on your screen capabilities; normally, Ubuntu set automatically this setting), this under Appearance Preferences -> Fonts -> Details -> Resolution
Maybe your resolution is low (like 72 or so) and that's for you couldn't be able to change the font size...


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 Re: Re: font size microscopic

 
 by azawi on: Aug 29 2011
 
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thank you, i commented out the lines. using virtue font now, very nice theme !


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 Font antialiasing isn't true Mac

 
 by l0ll0lll on: Aug 28 2011
 
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For more full Mac similarity font antialiasing should be turned off :)
Well, I can't understand why someone could want such look ;)


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 Re: Font antialiasing isn't true Mac

 
 by krig on: Aug 28 2011
 
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It's all about to finding the best combination with best results in font rendering (best look and best speed), I think.


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 Icon

 
 by Redkigs on: Oct 13 2011
 
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Great work! I like it. What icons should I use to make it feels real Mac classic?


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 Re: Icon

 
 by krig on: Oct 15 2011
 
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Hi, glad you like it!
Unfortunately, there isn't any Icon Theme for Linux to have a "real Mac classic" look... I didn't found anything untill now...


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 Excellent

 
 by dusthillresident on: Dec 19 2011
 
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Really beautiful theme. I hope you'll make a GTK3 version some day.


BENIS DENIS.
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 Nice theme.

 
 by JinxTheFox on: Jun 7 2014
 
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Mind if I use the GTK in my MacOS 9 theme for Xfce?


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