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anachron-engine

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  2080
Submitted:  Feb 4 2005

Description:

Anachron is a GTK+ 2.x theme-engine with the intention to reproduce the look of the Ana SVG-theme by W. Tarchalski without sacrificing a lot of speed for the design.
It is not a perfect copy, but it's quite fast :-)

Anachron is *NOT* a pixmap/svg theme but a complete theme-engine written in C, so the installation is slightly more complicated. Unpack the tar.gz, then from a terminal, type

su (to become root-user)
./configure --prefix=/usr
make
make install

[You will need a compiler to do this.] Once finished, the AnachronAna style should be available from gnome-theme-manager.
Note: The metacity window decoration from the screenshot is not included. You can get it from the original Ana theme which is also available on Gnome-Look. I'll see if I get permission to include it in this package in a later version.




Changelog:

2005-02-03 [0.1]
Initial release. Several widgets are still defaulting to GTK-inbuilt renderers,
including checkbox, radiobox as well as notebook (but not notebook tab). Engine
should however be stable, please report any crashes.




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 ouch!

 
 by bvc on: Feb 4 2005
 
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sweet job!
thank you!


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 WOW!

 
 by ghostdancer on: Feb 4 2005
 
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Let's say it again, WOW!

Great job!

BTW, installation is not difficult at all...


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 looks kool

 
 by systemx on: Feb 4 2005
 
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not much for the style, but great job on the engine...


CRUX 2.0
Linux 2.6.10

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 Re: looks kool

 
 by systemx on: Feb 4 2005
 
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man, it crashed the hell out of Xfce on NetBSD 2.0. At the moment I'm not sure exactly why, but if I figure it out i'll make a post. "I'll install it on CRUX later tonight and see what happens"


CRUX 2.0
Linux 2.6.10

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 Re: Re: looks kool

 
 by ghostdancer on: Feb 4 2005
 
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This is strange, I using XFCE at the moment, works just fine here...

OS: Linux (kernel 2.6.10)
Distribution: Slackware (current)


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 Re: Re: looks kool

 
 by nyda on: Feb 4 2005
 
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Obviously that's not supposed to happen. Can you give some more details about your system? (P)PC?, 32/64 bit? Is gnome installed or do you use GTK only?...


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 Re: Re: Re: looks ko

 
 by systemx on: Feb 4 2005
 
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On my NetBSD install I don't use GNOME, only Xfce w/ GTK 2.6.x. My System is an AMD 2000+ [i686/1.67GHz] [PC]. Unfortunately, when it crashes it doesn't give me any real error? I tried running some of the xfce modules through a terminal to see if any errors would pop up as things crashed, but nothing of any use printed.

On CRUX (Linux 2.6.10-ck2 [i686/1.67GHz] GTK 2.4.14) everything seems to run fine? Go figure?


CRUX 2.0
Linux 2.6.10

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: look

 
 by nyda on: Feb 5 2005
 
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I've successfully tested it on GTK 2.6 now, so the issue is likely BSD related. I added some more pointer checks, but since I can't reproduce the problem it's only a wild guess.
I'll release a new version with that and more new stuff (gtkrc options) somewhere next week.


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 drag'n drop problem

 
 by emrahunal on: Feb 5 2005
 
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my whole desktop becomes white when I try to drag a file.
probably because of using gnome development release, 2.9.x, since it seems I'm the only one who experienced this.


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 Re: drag'n drop prob

 
 by docomo on: Feb 6 2005
 
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I see the same thing in GNOME 2.9. Other than that, this is very, very nice!


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 Re: Re: drag'n drop

 
 by nyda on: Feb 6 2005
 
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Its an engine bug and will be fixed in the next release. It's not a gnome 2.9 issue.


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 Re: Re: Re: drag'n d

 
 by docomo on: Feb 7 2005
 
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Ok that's great. I'm looking forward to it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: drag

 
 by nyda on: Feb 11 2005
 
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I'm afraid I won't make it this week anymore. The bugfix itself would have been quite easy, but I already started to convert some of the hardcoded design elements to a gtkrc-controlled version - which will take a few more days, especially since I couldn't get away from a book I was reading ("Song of Ice and Fire") :-)


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 Re: drag'n drop prob

 
 by UrbanFox on: Feb 21 2005
 
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I get the same issue under Gnome 2.8. Very nice theme engine, by the way. First-rate work, and well worth fixing this little bug :P


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