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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  27481
Submitted:  Jan 28 2006
Updated:  Mar 24 2006


OSX Tiger-ish theme for gnome. Requires Clearlooks and Pixmap engines

Contains more eyecandy than ordinary T-ish-Brushed themes, but also need more resources. However, it's still one of fastest themes with overlay effect.

Based on T-ish Brushed.

And yes:
For best results use OSX icons,jaguax mouse theme, and Brushed firefox skin (links below).

TO-DO:- many things :))

- panels cannot be transparent
- only upper areas (titlebar, toolbar and menubar) are overlayed. Sometimes it requires some gnome tweaking to achieve seamless look but contributes to speed significantly.
- some widgets does not behave correctly (gnome foot icon beckground in nautilus) and there seems to be no way to do it right.
- dialog windows background not overlayed. Help?
- menu backgrounds should be non brushed. To anyone, how can I turn off inherited gtk property (eg. pixmap backround) in child element? Is there a way?


0.1 - initial release
0.2 - fixing the spaces between elements for better appearance, minor bugfixes
0.3 - recalculated metacity following some bvc's and Cwiiis suggestions
0.3.1 - directory cleanup, added links to suggested firefox theme, mouse theme and icon theme
0.4 - menu background changed to striped. Please leave a comment or vote to signalize if you liked the change :))
0.5 - more usability decisions: metacity menu button replaced with application icon, added active state for scrollbar arrows
0.6 - some fixes

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 by micio on: Mar 25 2006
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Hi, gret theme... it work very well, but i would know how move the three button on the top to left (yellow, green and red button). Can you help me??

Thanks a lot!!

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 Re: wonderful

 by tmilovan on: Mar 25 2006
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Metacity buttons:
Start gconf-editor from console.

Or on ubuntu: go to:
Applications->System tools->Configuration editor

when gconf is started go to:

and into button_layout field put the following values:



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 by micio on: Mar 28 2006
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Right, now it work!!!
The gray brushed is nice, but what do you think of a dark brushed theme??

sorry for mt poor english...


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 Re: thanks

 by tmilovan on: Mar 29 2006
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Can you decribe that a little bit more? What exactly do you suggest?



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 Re: Re: thanks

 by micio on: Mar 29 2006
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Look here http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=27568

It's a very beautiful color, but it's for kde...
Do you like it?? it would be nice to have it for gnome!!

sorry again for my english.. byeeee!!!!

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 Re: Re: Re: thanks

 by tmilovan on: Mar 31 2006
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It seems to me that it would be really hard to make it look complete and harmonious. But that's maybe just because I don't like themes so dark.

However you could try it yourself. Just go to themes folder and try to change brush images.


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 by micio on: Mar 31 2006
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excuse me for disturb..
if i would have the dark shadow on the left of the window, how can i do?

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 Re: help!

 by tmilovan on: Apr 1 2006
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For shadows:

instal xcompmgr and start it with following options:

xcompmgr -sc -t 2 -l 2 -r4 -o .70 -C


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 Slight update needed

 by colddayinapril on: Aug 15 2007
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Simply beautiful. Just the theme i was looking for.

I have found one problem, however. The bars you use to adjust things like volume, transparency, etc, etc... are still the same as from the Human theme.

Fix that, and it'll be perfect, imo.

Also, you may want to update the link for the firefox theme to (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4927). The theme you have linked only works with older versions of firefox.


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 by Glaedr on: Jul 14 2009
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it seems that metacity has a bug...look at this pitcure:
metacity borders have TRANSPARENCY in apps where RGBA is enabled (terminal, awn-manager, system monitor, ...)
I AM NOT USING COMPIZ, just xcompmgr (-c -f 15), and in fact if I kill it windows borders return to their full opacity (dark grey).
First I thinked that the theme was made like this, but reading the metacity-theme-1.xml file I haven't found any transparency option, and colors haven't got alpha channel...so I thinked...maybe metacity doesn't draw the borders, it draws only the buttons (it already happens with many mac themes, like t-ish aquastyle) and the "borders", that doesn't have roundness, could be the window backgrounds, whose opacity could be set by xcompmgr...is it possible? in effect, if I change the window background in the Appearance window, the color and the opacity of the border change...
sry 4 my english...

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