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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  5272
Submitted:  Jun 29 2013

Description:

Pixmap based theme style for GTK2, using Windows 8 style.

Enjoy everybody.

You need this font for custom notebook label: Atype 1 Regular (or choose your font by editing notebooks.rc file) download link:

http://img.dafont.com/dl/?f=atype_1

and the Segoe font family installed for a properly Windows font look.




Changelog:

Sat Jun 29 :: Public version, 1.0
* tested in Debian 6
* Metacity theme has centered titlebar label




LicenseGPL
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(Metacity Theme)
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 the menu bar font

 
 by mitsuzer0 on: Dec 14 2013
 
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the menu-bar font is too big ... how to change it.. anyway.. this is good and need this in my project... thanks ....


Blog about LoC-OS Linux (SP) http://loc-oslinux.blogspot.mx/
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 Re: the menu bar font

 
 by krig on: Dec 14 2013
 
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There's a line into menubar.rc file to edit:
font_name=[Sans Bold 11]
where "11" is the font size, "Bold" is the font type and "Sans" is the font name; you can use custom name, type and size independently, or all together for customizing the font of menubar; in this case the line should be:
font_name=[11]
Alternatively you can add the # font sign to uncomment the line, so will be ignored.


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 Re: the menu bar font

 
 by krig on: Dec 14 2013
 
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Sorry, please use " instead [], otherwise it should NOT work! Or better uncomment the line with very first sign #, which means that the line is not being read. Cheers :)


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 Re: Re: the menu bar font

 
 by mitsuzer0 on: Jan 13 2014
 
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one thing, i need a Panel with "glassy" Color :) some Transparent, i changed the background Image to "glassy" one, but, some parts are in white color, that is messy the design. can you help me with it, please... :) thanks in advance.. :)


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 Used in a project

 
 by yarra on: Aug 12 2014
 
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Voted up. I've modded and used this style here: http://fav.me/d7utelj as part of a larger project.

Surprised its so lowly voted here.


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