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BSM Simple

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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BSM Simple
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Downloads:  114441
Submitted:  Mar 16 2010
Updated:  May 12 2011

Description:

A small, light and smooth theme for GTK based desktops. It use only Clearlooks engine, so may work fine in every system up-to-date.

I have used it with faenza, elementary and awoken icons, so I suggest you to try one of these.

If you have an older version installed, please remove it BEFORE install the new one:
rm -rf ~/.themes/BSM*

Any bug/suggestion, please write a comment. And don\'t forget your vote.

Included in package
- Classic
- Dark
- Dark Panel
- Dark Menu




Changelog:

11.05.2011 - 1.3
- Bugfix for Unity panels. (thanks to parsifail)

17.04.2011 - 1.2
- Completly new XFWM Dark, corrections in toolbar of Dark Menu theme and set Faenza icons as default icon theme.

16.04.2011 - 1.1
- Better metacity theme (a little bit larger). Dark themes' bugfixes (thanks to altavatar) and other minor corrections.

02.02.2011 - 1.0
- Evolution' scrollbars bug fix

02.01.2011 - 0.9
- New panels' spacing, new tab style, minor bug fixes. Perfectly integrated to Firefox 4.

09.01.2010 - 0.8
- Gnome's bug fixes for dark themes.

08.31.2010 - 0.7
- Included a new Menu version. Xfwm's buttons are editable.

08.26.2010 - 0.6
- Included a Beta dark version. Xfwm rebuilded (classic and dark) with less border.

08.20.2010 - 0.5
- Bugs on gnome's pane in dark theme fixed

08.14.2010 - 0.4
- New style with dark panel. Xfwm4 upgraded (closer to metacity now). Some little fix in the panel spacing.

07.07.2010 - 0.3
- Bigger icons in Gnome's menu. New menubars and toolsbars style, inspired in unified GUIs, like Mac OS and KDE Oxygen.

04.25.2010 - 0.2
- Gnome's support added. Fixed color bugs from Gnome-panel. Added a metacity theme.

04.25.2010 - 0.1
- New rounded buttons. Now the windows have a darker background color. New menubar/xfwm, inspired by shiki gtk theme. Some bug's fixes, like the space between the panel's itens.

03.17.2010 - rc1
- Default colors' bug fixed and Gnome theme index rebuilded. One gtk, one xfwm and one metacity theme.

03.16.2010 - beta
- First package. One gtk, one xfwm theme




LicenseGPL
(GTK, XFWM and METACITY)
(Faenza Icons)
(Elementary Icons)
(AwOken Icons)
(Google Chrome Theme)
(Google Chrome Theme Dark)
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 NICE!

 
 by zzxopleo on: Oct 20 2010
 
Score 63%

I like this. So simple, so clean.


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 My New Theme

 
 by rmjohnso on: Jan 30 2011
 
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I've been looking for a replacement for New Wave for a long time, especially since it has problems with xfce-4.8. This theme hits everything that I was looking for.

I do have one suggestion. For tabs, like in Firefox and in the xfce settings configurations, the black bar across the top of the tabs is distracting and makes the text look cramped. It might be better just to go without it.


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 Re: My New Theme

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 1 2011
 
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Thanks for your suggestion. I've been working on this theme last month, and I decided remove the frame on tabs, as you said.

I'm creating the 0.9 package, wich will be avaliable in the next hours.

Thanks again for your comment.


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 Re: Re: My New Theme

 
 by rmjohnso on: Feb 2 2011
 
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The updated tabs look very nice.

I'm curious why you changed the spacing on the panels.


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 Re: Re: Re: My New Theme

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 2 2011
 
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I changed the spacing panel for various reasons, but especially because the new themes for gnome are this.

So, to avoid notification-area bugs with new icons themes, and keep the updated look, I decided to change the spacing.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: My New Theme

 
 by rmjohnso on: Feb 3 2011
 
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Makes sense. However, I run xfce, and in the panel, I have the Window Buttons plug-in running. The icons for the windows open are right next to the left side of the buttons. It looks like the pixel difference is zero.

I tried playing around with some of the values in the gtkrc file, but I'm not very familiar with writing themes, so I couldn't find the right one to adjust.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: My New Theme

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 3 2011
 
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I use XFCE too. You can edit panel.rc file. There's one style, "theme-panel2", wich is used only for XFCE.

Change these lines:
xthickness = 0
ythickness = 0

For this: (older version)
xthickness = 3
ythickness = 1

But I have to warning you: many "bugs" like ugly icons, can appear, depending your panel size.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: My New Theme

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 3 2011
 
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I use XFCE too. You can edit panel.rc file. There's one style, "theme-panel2", wich is used only for XFCE.

Change these lines:
xthickness = 0
ythickness = 0

For this: (older version)
xthickness = 3
ythickness = 1

But I have to warning you: many "bugs" like ugly icons, can appear, depending your panel size.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: My New Theme

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 3 2011
 
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I use XFCE too. You can edit panel.rc file. There's one style, "theme-panel2", wich is used only for XFCE.

Change these lines:
xthickness = 0
ythickness = 0

For this: (older version)
xthickness = 3
ythickness = 1

But I have to warning you: many "bugs" like ugly icons, can appear, depending your panel size.


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 Oddness with Evolution

 
 by Ramirez on: Feb 2 2011
 
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First off, let me say I really like these themes; they're clean and simple and very easy on the eyes. But I do have a small issue; whenever I use BSM Simple Dark Menu or BSM Simple Dark Panel, I get black scrollbars in a black trough in Evolution. So far I haven't noticed this with any other application. Any ideas?


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 Re: Oddness with Evolution

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 2 2011
 
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Yea, I have an idea, this happens because Evolution use specials GTK components (really, bugs with evolution are common).

I'll install Evolution and work on a solution for your problem. Thanks for reporting.

One thing that will help me a lot is a screenshot. Can you send me one?

Thanks again.


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 Re: Re: Oddness with Evolution

 
 by Ramirez on: Feb 2 2011
 
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Thanks for the response. Here's a link to a screenshot:

http://img560.imageshack.us/img560/2514/evoproblem.png

As you can see, there are three open windows in the background: Nautilus, Evo, and Chromium. Note the difference in scrollbars. Also, I just noticed that some of the text is hard to see in Evolution and that the arrows in the sidepane are hard to see against the background.

Thanks for any help you can provide!


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 Re: Re: Re: Oddness with Evolution

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 2 2011
 
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I think I fix it. Please, try to install the new package, BSM Simple 1.0.

I would really appreciate some feedback. It's OK now?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Oddness with Evolution

 
 by Ramirez on: Feb 2 2011
 
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Perfect! It's fixed now. Thanks again for the great work!


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 Re: Re: Oddness with Evolution

 
 by Ramirez on: Feb 2 2011
 
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Thanks for the response. Here's a link to a screenshot:

http://img560.imageshack.us/img560/2514/evoproblem.png

As you can see, there are three open windows in the background: Nautilus, Evo, and Chromium. Note the difference in scrollbars. Also, I just noticed that some of the text is hard to see in Evolution and that the arrows in the sidepane are hard to see against the background.

Thanks for any help you can provide!


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 great theme!

 
 by jecovier on: Feb 2 2011
 
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this theme it's simple and looks amazing... great job


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 Re: great theme!

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 2 2011
 
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Thanks! It always will be like this: simple engines, simple to install, and great to use daily.


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 xfce-4.8 Bug

 
 by rmjohnso on: Feb 5 2011
 
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When using the Dark Panel theme, the Add New Items window for xfce-4.8 is all black.


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 Re: xfce-4.8 Bug

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 8 2011
 
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Thanks for your reporting, I'll work to fix this bug as soon as possible.


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 Re: xfce-4.8 Bug

 
 by brunomarquesbr on: Feb 17 2011
 
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I just fix it, but I'll wait a little more to include another features to the theme. Thanks again.


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 No widget factory image

 
 by dhasenan on: Mar 22 2011
 
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I might have been interested in this, but I can't evaluate themes unless they include an image of the Widget Factory (or something equivalent).


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