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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  811
Submitted:  Nov 12 2010
Updated:  Nov 16 2010


Thought to make a theme around
different colors of blackboards or

Mostly pixmap.

Includes: gtk2 theme, openbox3 theme,

*In screen shots
Note : I have my panel preference here
set to solid color with opacity at zero


Nov. 15 changes:

Moved normal button shadow to bottom right, added highlights to top and left side. Made this change for the active
tab as well. This give a nice pressed button illusion now.

Recolored the tooltip bg

Slight slider size adjustment

Added some highlights to the menubar

Changed the progress bar color to match
slider colors.

Made a chalkboard background to include
with theme. Should be fun for you to personalize.

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 by aguilarojo on: Nov 12 2010
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Nice work!!

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 Re: abssee

 by IamJustUs on: Nov 16 2010
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I hope you like the finishing
touches as well.

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 Re: abssee

 by aguilarojo on: Nov 16 2010
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It is quite appealing. However, although I appreciate the "Old School" statement I actually would like to remove it; it is too distracting. Maybe Old School could be placed as a wallpaper art instead of appearing in every menu.

Otherwise I deeply appreciate your efforts.

If there is a way to remove "Old School" and it's emblem from appearing in every menu I'd appreciate learning how to do that.

Thanks again!!

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 Re: Re: abssee

 by IamJustUs on: Nov 16 2010
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The easiest way to altering themes
is to create a folder named .themes in your home folder, see
screenshot 2, I have put a shortcut
to it, side pane of thunar my file manager. the dot before makes it a hidden file which you may see by
selecting the View tab and checking the Show Hidden Folders.There are many hidden folders that is why I create a shortcut.
I extract every theme I download here. You don't have to use
sudo, su, or open any file as root, because it is in your home folder that you have total control over. Every theme saved here is
automatically linked with /usr/share/themes and will show
in your appearance or theme changer application.

You will notice from screenshot 2, I also have a .icons and .fonts
a nice way of managing any icon themes, mouse pointer themes, and
extra fonts.



Everything is controlled with/by
the gtkrc file located in the
gtk-2.0 folder.

So, you would open the gtkrc file
with your text editor.

Then in the menubar select the Search tab, then select Find and
type menu-sticker in the search box.

comment out line 402 and 403.

Finally, go back to the menubar,
select File tab, and then select
the Save line. To save the changes
to the file.

Then just restart your theme or log out and now your own your way
to making your own personal theme.

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 Re: abssee

 by aguilarojo on: Nov 16 2010
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The recommendation you provided worked perfectly. Thanks!!

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