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Orta

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Orta
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Orta
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Downloads:  226137
Submitted:  Oct 27 2010
Updated:  Jan 13 2011

Description:

VERSION 1.4.1
It has come to my attention that some older versions of the pixmap engine (like the one found in Ubuntu Lucid Lynx) have a bug that causes severe visual glitches when transparency is used in menubars. If your menubars and panel indicators are messed up, go to the Fixes page of the Orta Settings Manager and check the option "Select this if your menus and panel have visual glitches". This will also remove transparency from the Gnome Menu Bar applet, so if you use this applet with the flat panel option to make the panel transparent, you are out of luck.


INSTALLATION :

Ubuntu PPA :

Please make absolutely sure you have removed any previous instances of the theme before installing via ppa.

To add the ppa and install the theme and the settings manager, type this on a terminal :

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nikount/orta-desktop
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install orta-theme

To install the emerald decorators :

sudo apt-get install orta-emerald-decorators

To install the Xfwm4 decorators :

sudo apt-get install orta-xfwm4-decorators

You can find the Orta Settings Manager under the Preferences category of your Main Menu.

Manual Installation :

Extract the extractme.tar.gz archive that you find inside the zip, to a folder of your choosing. Inside, you will find the theme (Orta.tar.gz) and additional decorators (Orta-Squared.tar.gz and Orta-Old.tar.gz) along with some folders. First, right click on OrtaSettingsManager.py and make sure that the "Allow executing file as program" option is checked. Run it and press the uninstall button to remove any old versions of Orta from your system. You can install the theme and decorators manually by dragging and dropping them to the Gnome Appearance Preferences window, or you can use the installer on the Orta Settings Manager (recommended if you want to install for all users including root). Now you can go through the various tabs of the Settings Manager and setup the theme according to your preferences. When you are done click the save button. Make sure you select another theme on the Appearance Preferences dialog that pops up, and then go back to Orta in order to apply your changes.

Leave the orta folder alone, it includes the Orta Settings Manager files .

Inside the Chromium folder, you will find a Chromium theme and different sizes of scrollbars to install.

Inside the Awn folder you will find an Avant Window Navigator lucido style. There are also 5 emerald themes inside the emerald folder.

LICENCE :

The pixmaps are licensed under the Creative Commons non commercial share alike license, and the code under GPL v3. I've also included the original xcf sources of the pixmaps so that anyone can easily modify the theme to his/hers preferences.




Changelog:

Fixes:

- Synaptic fix for gtk2-engines-pixbuf version 2.20 and older.

- Main menu icon size reverted to 22.




LicenseGPL
(Orta Gtk2 theme)
(WhiteGlass Docky theme for Orta by Kushcreator)
(Orta addons by Aboettger)
(Orta awn light and dark themes by Vortex0965)
(Orta Openbox theme by Slug)
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 Smooth dark tabs in non gtk?

 
 by Vortex0965 on: Dec 25 2010
 
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It would be great to have also smooth dark tabs in non-gtk applications like the light ones,there is a chance to include them in the future?:)


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 Re: Smooth dark tabs in non gtk?

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Dec 26 2010
 
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No can do can unfortunately. Non gtk apps can't have a different text color for normal and active tabs...


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 Drag border too thin ?

 
 by Kalith on: Dec 27 2010
 
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Hi ! First I'd like to thank you for this theme : it is really clean and neat.

Yet I have a small issue with it : I think the dragging zone on window borders is a bit thin (1px width) and can be hard to reach when using a not so precise pointing device such as a touchpad.

Is there any way I can adjust it ?

Thank you for your time.


Kal.
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 Re: Drag border too thin ?

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Dec 27 2010
 
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Goto ~/.themes/Orta/metacity-1 (or /usr/share/themes/Orta/metacity-1 depending on where the theme is installed) and open the xml file you find there in gedit. Under
<frame_geometry name="normal"
you will find values for left_width, right_width and bottom_height. Set them to your preference save the file and reload the metacity decorator.


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 Re: Re: Drag border too thin ?

 
 by Kalith on: Dec 27 2010
 
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Works great, thank you very much :)


Kal.
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 Xfwm4 Theme Crashes Desktop

 
 by MWilliams66 on: Dec 30 2010
 
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Is there a fix for it?


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 Re: Xfwm4 Theme Crashes Desktop

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Dec 30 2010
 
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Are you sure it's the theme's fault? It works fine here. Please provide me with your xfwm4 version and distro info.


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 Re: Re: Xfwm4 Theme Crashes Desktop

 
 by MWilliams66 on: Dec 30 2010
 
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Ubuntu 10.10. XfWM4.6.0.2


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 Re: Re: Re: Xfwm4 Theme Crashes Desktop

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Dec 31 2010
 
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It works fine in both my Maverick and Natty boxes, did you install via ppa or manually?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Xfwm4 Theme Crashes Desktop

 
 by MWilliams66 on: Dec 31 2010
 
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PPA.

Why?


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 Marvelous!

 
 by mehor on: Jan 1 2011
 
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Hi

This is one of the best themes I've ever seen. Great work.

A question: Keyboard layout indicator in notification area is using grey color which makes it almost invisible when using dark panel. How to remedy this?


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 Re: Marvelous!

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Jan 1 2011
 
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I will fix this soon.


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 grey XFCE panel monitors

 
 by rekik on: Jan 5 2011
 
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First of all many thanks for this "professional quality" theme
Overall, Orta integrate very well with xfce, but progress bars in xfce4-panel monitors (such as network monitor or system load monitor) are uniformly gray. Is there a way to restore customised colours (blue for cpu, green for RAM, yellow for swap for example)? I have tried but failed :-(
Thank you by advance
(and sorry for my broken english)


wkr
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 Re: grey XFCE panel monitors

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Jan 5 2011
 
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I will look into it.


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 Re: Re: grey XFCE panel monitors

 
 by rekik on: Jan 6 2011
 
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Many thanks SkiesOfAzel


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 Lighter ?

 
 by sKanK on: Jan 5 2011
 
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Is that me or the theme is a little lighter than some previous version ? Didn't uptade for sometime...
Great work btw.


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 Re: Lighter ?

 
 by sKanK on: Jan 5 2011
 
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(Sorry forgot to tell which part seems lighter to me, so, this is about the menus, apps, places etc, in gnome)


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 Re: Re: Lighter ?

 
 by SkiesOfAzel on: Jan 5 2011
 
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Nope, the theme color has never changed since the first alpha came out.


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