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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  1368
Submitted:  Aug 10 2013
Updated:  Aug 13 2013

Description:

Color reminds me of, the sage brush of Wyoming.

Gtk2 theme for: Xfxe4, Gnome2, Mate, E17, IceWm, OpenBox3, StandAlone Compiz, Fluxbox, etc.,

Engine=Pixmap, Mist

Includes: gtk2 theme, IceWM theme, Xfce4 theme

Icons=Faenza http://tiheum.deviantart.com/art/Faenza-Icons-173323228

MouseCursor=Comix Cursor original White Large Slim
http://xfce-look.org/content/show.php/ComixCursors?content=32627

Font=Roboto, designed by Google, get all 16 styles here at:
http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/roboto


Wallpaper: Your choice... looks good with fall colors, mists, grasslands

If you like the start/menu icon and are using a different panel/taskbar than IceWm,
for example: Xfce4panel, Lxdepanel etc. I have placed it at ~/Sage/gtk-2.0/Panel folder
or many more options at ~/IceWm/Sage/taskbar/menu-logos folder.

Right click on your start/menu icon >Select > properties and link to above locations to change your icon.

New to themes? create a folder, in your home directory ~/.themes
for example mine is /home/justus/.themes
the dot before themes means it is hidden and linked to /usr/share/themes
Can not find it? go to your file menubar, click View, click Show Hidden
Now, download your chosen theme, right click the downloaded file,
chose extract here, grab the extracted file and drop in your .themes folder.
Then open up your favorite appearance manager and select the newly installed
theme.
There are other ways to install themes but this is the best way!
It allows you to control or change parts of the theme without
going to root and possibly doing some harm to your file system.

You may also consider creating a folder called ~/.icons
where you can place downloaded icon themes and mouse cursor themes

And another folder callled ~/.fonts
where you can place downloaded fonts

Want to see more of my themes? Click on, Other Artwork from IamJustUs
across from the download button.

Right click on screenshots and open in new tab, to get a better view.




Changelog:

Screenshot: 1 New look vs. old

Screenshot: 2 IceWM changes

Screenshot 3 Xfce4 showing panel changes

Changes: August 12, 2013

gtk2:

Changed fg[ACTIVE] = @fg_color so pressed button text reverts to black from white mouseover

Fixed vertical range trough, missed setting it the first go round

Changed selected bg color, makes Chromium bg tab bar resemble theme style, better definition of selection in Thunderbird.

New Checkbox Highlight to match button mouseover bg color

Changed entry focus png and enabled it in spin-entry also

New Menubar text color

Changed notebook fg[NORMAL] color to black, this changes the active tab color from white to black, but most browsers
do not honor it anyway and reverts text from white to black in the notebook, hence coinciding better with rest of theme and button text in rest of gtk2 theme

Changed panel (desktop) switcher bg colors and text colors

IceWm:

Changed Window list box bg colors and text colors

Changed Window quick switch (tabbed or ring) bg colors and text colors

Changed taskbar (desktop) switcher inactive text color

Changed taskbar command line fg, bg, selected fg, selected bg, colors to match theme

Tested in Xfce4, IceWm session




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 GTK3

 
 by Anywhere on: Aug 10 2013
 
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Looks very neat... Any chance of a GTK3 port?


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 Re: GTK3

 
 by IamJustUs on: Aug 11 2013
 
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Thank-you William,

I do not have gtk3 installed, tried it once , did not like it.
So, no gtk3 port from me, sorry.

I have moved on or back some might say. Went to something
simpler and more stable that does not require gtk3.
I do not use Gnome 3 apps or KDE 4 apps. I use Xfce 4,
gtk2 and qt apps. I was using Xfce 4 desktop, but now mainly
use IceWm as my session manager. Heck I no longer use
a login manager. With Archlinux as my Operating System and
a 120 GB SS Drive, I go from boot screen > autologin > to my
IceWm session in less than 7 seconds. Had to wait for Wicd
network manager to catch up another 10 to 15 seconds until
I found connman network manager, it is up and running before
I can open my web browser.

BTW, ubuntu 7.10 ? Gnome was my first, then I became a Distro
hopper, many OS's later I have found a home with Arch.
Likewise, with desktops and window managers I have run
the gauntlet and IceWm just feels like home.


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