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Orbital Pack

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 72%
Orbital Pack
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Orbital Pack
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Orbital Pack
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  25294
Submitted:  Jun 7 2007
Updated:  Jun 29 2007

Description:

The GTK theme is based on :
- Innocent by Sebastian Kraft | http://needcoffee.deviantart.com
- MurrinaAquaIsh by bvc | (bvcmdk@yahoo.com)

Engines needed :
- Murrine
- Pixmap

The Metacity theme is based on :
- Innocent by Sebastian Kraft | http://needcoffee.deviantart.com
- Ish-aqua by bvc | (bvcmdk@yahoo.com)

You can easily edit the xml file to get it squared.

To set up the usplash theme :
First of all you must compile the theme.

Unpack the archive and enter it.
Tape as root in a terminal :
make && make install && make clean

Then use "usplash-switcher" to choose your usplash.




Changelog:

- Added GDM theme
- Added usplash theme source
- Added screenlets themes




LicenseGPL
(Gtk2 + Metacity)
(Screenlets)
(Usplash theme source)
(GDM theme)
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 Nice

 
 by Wold on: Jun 30 2007
 
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Real nice! Excellent work! However, what editor do I use to edit the blue colours on the active window, selected items and icons?


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 Re: Nice

 
 by Wold on: Jun 30 2007
 
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Never mind. Edited the gtkrc file manually .


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 Very Nice!

 
 by colddayinapril on: Aug 25 2007
 
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This is now my Theme of choice. Truly Beautiful work.

I have a few suggestions, however.

1) the metallicity theme doesnt really separate windows to well. It's hard to explain, but if you install this (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Aqua+Advanced?content=59285), and compare, you'll see what i mean.

2) and this is really a complaint aimed at most themes made for GTK, the panel icon is to small. When you expand the panel to anything larger than the default 23 pixels, it creates a terrible line through the middle. I, and I would imagine a lot of others, use a large monitor, and like to have a larger panel.


Minor complaints, and nothing that stops me from using this wonderful theme. But, if your striving for perfection, i would start here.


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 Re: Very Nice!

 
 by colddayinapril on: Aug 25 2007
 
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Correction, I just checked this out in more detail. Your panel stops at 36 pixels.

It would be nice if theme developers made there panels able to expand out to 48 pixels, as that's where the third jump in size for the icons is at (and what my bottom panel is set to).

Again, this is just nit-picking at an overall gorgeous theme, but it's a pet peeve of mine. I suppose i picked your theme to vent this on because i like it so much :)


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 Re: Re: Very Nice!

 
 by Kivutar on: Nov 21 2007
 
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Thanks a lot for your comments, i am so happy now :D

1) Concerning the window border, you're right, we can't see the limits between windows cause all is white... This is why I never use this theme without compiz shadows.
As I am working at the moment on another white theme, I'll try to make a better metacity and update Orbital.

2) I also agree with your remark about the panel background. The theme actualy uses the bg_pixmap property to set the background image. I tried to use something like that instead :

engine "pixmap"
{
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
file = "panelbg.png"
stretch = TRUE
}
}

But it does not work...
If anybody knows how to do it, please tell us!


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 Don't fall too much.

 
 by begemot on: May 15 2008
 
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Guys, remember that using background panels images is very dangerous.

So many people using different sizes of gnome-panel and sizes of upper and bottom panels are also different, so it's almost impossible to get the right one for each panel.

Only if you pack a few tens of various image sizes of it..


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 Agree

 
 by headl3ss on: Jul 6 2008
 
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I agree about the panel backgrounds.
Nevertheless,Orbital rocks.
One of the best themes,hands down.


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