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rezlooks - oldthemes, see the gtk engine

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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rezlooks - oldthemes, see the gtk engine
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6862
Submitted:  Feb 10 2006
Updated:  Feb 15 2006

Description:

OK, here's a quick blue clearlooks theme I made. In the screenshots I use sharp corners instead of the default clearlooks rounded ones... to do that you need to download the gtk-engines source and edit the clearlooks_draw.c file. In there, find the clearlooks_rounded_rectangle function, and remove all but the lines starting with "cairo_move_to" inside that function.

EDIT: Oh, there's also a version without the coloured menubar included in the tarball.

EDIT EDIT: You probably need a fairly recent version of the clearlooks engine to use this. It works fine with a recent cvs build.

EDIT EDIT EDIT: Added a link to the clearlooks_draw.c that I use. I have just checked out a fresh cvs build of gtk-engines, and this file works fine with it, but YMMV. I take no responsibility for your computer becoming sentient and raping your pet cat after compiling with this file.

**NOTE: These themes are now pretty much obsolete, because my rezlooks gtk engine does what these do and more. See http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=39179 for more info.




Changelog:

0.1: Initial release

0.2 (15 Feb 2006): Added darkgreen colour. Changed the names a bit.




LicenseGPL
(rezlooks gtk2 theme)
Source(clearlooks_draw.c source)
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 I must admit...

 
 by imarcin on: Mar 12 2006
 
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I'm baffled as to how you achieved the look in the screenshots. It's a beautiful look.


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 Links broken

 
 by mathieu147 on: Mar 27 2006
 
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Hi,

The links are broken, it's impossible to download de .c files :-(

Nevertheless, your theme is very great, I use it on my Ubuntu Breezy, it rox!


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 Re: Links broken

 
 by rezza on: Apr 1 2006
 
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ok fixed the second link to the .c file... the first one is still broken though (I wish metawire would come back up soon).


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 How to install?

 
 by sparq on: Mar 31 2006
 
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I like the rezlooks theme, but I can't figure out how to install it. It's added to System/Settings/Themes now but when I choose the rezlooks-blue as Application theme I don't get the blue stripe.

Is there any additional steps I need to follow?


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 Re: How to install?

 
 by rezza on: Apr 1 2006
 
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Umm... I really don't know what system/settings/themes is - here's how I install it.

cd ~/.themes
tar xjf /path/to/theme.tar.bz2

Then you can select it from whatever app you use to change your gtk2 theme.


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 Re: Re: How to insta

 
 by sparq on: Apr 1 2006
 
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Sorry, it's actually System/Preferences/Theme, and that's where I find the Theme dialog in Ubuntu. But maybe you find it elsewhere.


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 Re: Re: How to insta

 
 by sparq on: Apr 1 2006
 
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I installed your theme by extracting the file and then create a tar.gz archive. Then I drag the file and drop it in the theme preferences dialog.

I get this message "Controls Theme rezlooks-blue correctly installed.
You can select it in the theme details."

Now I choose rezlooks-blue in theme details. But I don't get the blue stripe. Your theme is just controls, right? But the controls a get looks not good at all.

What is clearlooks_draw.c source? Do I need that?


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 Re: Re: How to insta

 
 by sparq on: Apr 1 2006
 
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Screenshot: http://sebastean.se/Screenshot.png


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 Re: Re: How to insta

 
 by sparq on: Apr 1 2006
 
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Screenshot: http://sebastean.se/Screenshot.png


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 Re: Re: How to insta

 
 by sparq on: Apr 1 2006
 
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I downloaded clearlooks engine 0.5 yesterday from art.gnome.org


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 Re: Re: Re: How to i

 
 by rezza on: Apr 1 2006
 
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OK then that is your problem. That is too old a version of the clearlooks engine. You have to grab it from cvs. If you don't know how cvs works, have a look at http://developer.gnome.org/tools/cvs.html.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How

 
 by sparq on: Apr 5 2006
 
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Thank you


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How

 
 by sparq on: Apr 26 2006
 
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Which version of clearlooks are you running?
I Synaptic in Ubuntu it says that my version of clearlooks is: 1:2.7.4.is.2.6.8-Oubuntu1

I'm running a beta of Ubuntu and this should be a new version?

I don't want to get it through CVS


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by rezza on: May 2 2006
 
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I have no idea how the clearlooks versioning scheme works... all I know is that if you use a recent CVS version it works fine, I don't know how recent the ubuntu builds are. If in doubt, build from CVS. Otherwise I can't help you I'm afraid.


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 Re: How to install?

 
 by rezza on: Apr 1 2006
 
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Actually I just realized that the version with the coloured menubar is called razlooks-bluemenu now, not just rezlooks-blue. Try that.


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 Hmm?

 
 by Cyr4x on: May 2 2006
 
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Which browser is on the screens? Galeon?


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 Re: Hmm?

 
 by rezza on: May 13 2006
 
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Yeah, that's Galeon.


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 Window Manager theme

 
 by mavtek on: May 24 2006
 
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What Window Manager are you using and what theme? I have tried the Metacity Rezlooks that someone had posted and just did not have the same look and feel.

Awesome btw.


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 Re: Window Manager t

 
 by rezza on: Jun 9 2006
 
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I use openbox. I change my themes all the time, and instead of making new themes I tend to just edit the theme in place, so I don't think I have the themes in the screenshot any more, sorry.


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