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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  19470
Submitted:  Jan 26 2005
Updated:  May 8 2005


Phacile is a theme with soft shapes and rounded corners, striving for chromatic consistency. It comes in three color variations: green, beige, and blue.
There are two button sets: dark (which is the default) and light. The Metacity theme inherits the colors from the active GTK theme. The README gives an explanation on how to switch the button set. Or just use this script (also included in the GTK 2.x package):


STYLE=`zenity --title "Select a button style" --list --column "Button style" dark light`

if [[ -n $STYLE ]] ;
then for PATHNAME in $THEMEDIR/Phacile-{beige,green,blue}/gtk* ;
do ( cd $PATHNAME ; for FILENAME in *.$STYLE ;
done ; )
done ;
echo "Please select a button style first." ;


May 08, 2005
A GTK 1.x theme has been added.
The GTK 2.x theme has been changed:
- Active notebook tabs aren't yellow anymore
- Scrollbars have been redesigned
- Steppers and spin buttons have been redesigned
The Metacity theme has been changed:
- Better antialiasing for the buttons

Feb. 02, 2005
A Metacity theme has been added.
This release fixes a problem with very slim progress bars (like XChat's lag and throttle meter).

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 by Yukonjack on: Jan 26 2005
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Looking good

Best Regards

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 by iamganlu on: Jan 27 2005
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This is what I like, thanks.

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 window decoratio

 by Rugila on: Jan 27 2005
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what metacity theme is in the screenshots ? fits perfect

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 Re: window decoratio

 by mpetzoldt on: Jan 27 2005
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It's Ghrome, another one of my projects here on gnome-look.org.

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 yellow highlight

 by gaminggeek on: Feb 9 2005
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I realy love this Theme, but I do not like the yellow highlight on the selected tabs/buttons.

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 Re: yellow highlight

 by gnomepol on: Feb 24 2005
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Hmmm. For me, yellow highlit is the best here. The most interesting idea :)

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 by gnomepol on: Feb 21 2005
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Phacile beige & green works good with:
"Gold X Cursor" cursor theme.
"Kreski lines" icon theme ( by the way "kreski" means "lines" in polish :) )
This wallpaper:
And perhaps other wallpapers ;)
And perhaps this information is redundant here :)

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 very nice.....

 by bvc on: May 8 2005
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