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Digital-Harmony

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Digital-Harmony
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Downloads:  18612
Submitted:  Sep 17 2004
Updated:  Sep 20 2004

Description:

UPDATED AGAIN! AND AGAIN... (2004.09.20)

2004.09.20_2: 2004.09.20_2: Include stock buttons!
Created by me, see the ReadME.txt!!!!!!
(If you dont need these icons, see the ReadME also!)



2004.09.20_1: I modify the scrollbars, and slidrers. (rounded)
and add inactive state the metacity decor,
and new toolbar-buttons,
some small changes......
Please re-download!

I working a squared version this theme, (also metacity)


I create a new theme called Digital-Harmony. (Not Port)
Skinned Panel-backgrounds and buttons,
Skinned toolbar and menubar and toolbuttons,
Metacity theme,
All not color pixmap converted to Grayscale (speed up theme)
Structured theme directory, (See in theme dir...)




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 great work!

 
 by systemx on: Sep 17 2004
 
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very original & nice...


CRUX 2.0
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 Good

 
 by snop on: Sep 17 2004
 
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Hi Roberto,

First of all I must say that your gtk themes are among the best ones (if not the best!).

There are just 2 things I don't like on most of them: there's no clear way to know what component (specialy buttons) is select (so, I don't know what's gonna happen if I press "enter").

Metacity themes are also good looking but it can be quit difficult to know what's the top window (I must look at font color).

For digital-harmony I'll prefer to see only one color (I don't like this white-gray duality).

I'm just trying to give you some feedback 'cos maybe some people feel similar things when using your themes which, as I said, are already great.

So, the only thing I want with this post encourage you to keep improving your themes. And, please, go on with your wonderfull work.

SnOp


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 Updated!

 
 by roberTOstudiOS on: Sep 17 2004
 
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Hi!

I update theme some request....
Please re-download!

And working on Metacity "active - inactive windows"


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 why pixmap based

 
 by Remenic on: Sep 17 2004
 
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Why is it that a lot of nice themes are pixmap based? This makes them a lot slower than native themes like industrial and bluecurve.

Is programming a GTK engine such a hell?


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 Re: why pixmap based

 
 by roberTOstudiOS on: Sep 18 2004
 
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I designer and IT man....
Not programmer.. :(


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 5 stars

 
 by scourge on: Sep 17 2004
 
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Perfect, as always!


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 FOUND A BUG

 
 by sc0urge on: Sep 18 2004
 
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Is this a bug or just the way gnome handles multiple png's?
Take a look at the screenshot, this doesn't happen with other themes. Look at the icon, it's supposed to be transparent.

http://users.ossm.org.mk/~tome/wp-uploads/digital.png


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 Re: FOUND A BUG

 
 by bvc on: Sep 18 2004
 
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it's just how the colors are set in the gtkrc


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 Re: Re: FOUND A BUG

 
 by sc0urge on: Sep 18 2004
 
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Can it be fixed?
I'm not into gtk theming...


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 by bvc on: Sep 18 2004
 
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sure, fugure out what color attribute is doing it, and change it to match. I installed the applet just to see if it was a bug. Anyone can change a color. Yes, it is a bug but it's not with the theme. The color the applet shows should be the forground color, but instead it's showing the background color. Whether or not a theme looks good depends on the colors set. There's no right or wrong here. It is the applets code that needs fixed.


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 Re: FOUND A BUG

 
 by roberTOstudiOS on: Sep 18 2004
 
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This is NetworkMonitor applet bug!
I use some pixmap theme and always bad looking this icon... :(


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