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Water Vapor

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Water Vapor
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Downloads:  58655
Submitted:  Jul 27 2005
Updated:  May 19 2006

Description:

Water Vapor GTK 2.0 Theme
by monchichi (bladrasameATgmailDOTcom)

Next Major Release (0.75) Will Have:
- New Radio Buttons
- Peformance Increase
- Any requested changes/additions?

I plan on making a colorpack with about 10 color variations in the future as well.

Thanks everyone for the feedback and encouragement!


Enjoy!




Changelog:

v. 0.70:
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- New Tab Graphics
- Tabs all same size now
- Added a Menu Background Gradient
- Gave tooltips a little more gloss
- New checkboxes

v. 0.60:
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- New Scrollbars (not final, just trying some ideas)
- New Tooltips (mimics menu somewhat)
- Small Performance Fixes
- Water Vapor Background now available
- New List Header

v. 0.51
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- Fixed Gray Buttons that Weren't Showing
- Sharpened Bottom of Highlighted Buttons
- New Progressbar
- New Toolbar Background


v. 0.50
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- Option Menu Improvements
- Scrollbar Improvements
- Removed Iconrc / Stock Buttons
- New Radio Buttons
- Gray-Button Borders Fixed
- Separated Metacity Theme

v. 0.42
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- Some Small Fixes with Tabs & Buttons
- Small Progress Bar fix

v. 0.40:
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- New Progress Bar
- Less Saturated Colors
- Flatter Buttons
- New Stock Icons
- New Text Field
- New Notebook Tabs
- New Spin Boxes
- Many Additional Changes

v. 0.30:
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- New Scrollbars
- New OptionMenu
- Reworked Menu Background

v. 0.20:
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- Updated fg color issues (thanks toby)
- Changed default buttons to gray
- Steepened Menu background gradient
- Added Prelight for Option Menus
- Some other crap, etc etc.

v. 0.10:
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Initial Release.




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 Window manager theme

 
 by chechi on: Aug 30 2005
 
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by the way, what window manager theme are you using


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 Re: Window manager t

 
 by monchichi on: Sep 13 2005
 
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it's called Clearbox-In


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 Attention to detail

 
 by plutoprime on: Sep 22 2005
 
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This Theme is incredible. I have been looking for a theme that would top the clearlooks-graphite and this IS IT (sorry lockheed ;) ).

Attention to detail, soft transitions and borders, gnome-panel, drop down boxes, and overall feel is breathtaking.

Incredible work and keep developing this! Although the current color theme is almost perfect in every way and easy on the eyes I can't imagine what other color variations you coculd come up with. It would be hard to improve upon perfection...


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 More info

 
 by plutoprime on: Sep 22 2005
 
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I would like to comment a few more things:

  • http://elysium.dnsalias.net/web/nautilus.png


  • - The navigation icons in nautilus appear as low quality images and a little washed out

    - The unclickable buttons (circled in the picture above) don't have the same soft and smooth look that seems to be part of the themes personality (gray dots look ugly), but that's just my personal impression.

    - The path buttons in nautilus (circled below the navigation button in the image above) Does NOT show a clear indication of which button is selected. If you look carefuly you will see that the selected button is darker gray and not glossy but has bold font, the unselected button has a glossy skin but the font is not bold. The visual cues seem to be contradicting each other regarding which button is really selected


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     Re: More info

     
     by monchichi on: Sep 22 2005
     
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    Thank you for the feedback & criticism-- the more people criticize, the better I can make the theme...

    I just fixed one of those three issues, with the active path button in nautilus. I just darkened the border around the button, I think that gives a better indication that it is the "active" button.

    Regarding the other two issues, I will fix them in time. I'm not yet sure how to fix the dead buttons with the dots, but I'll look into it. I had kind of intended the fuzziness on the stock (toolbar) buttons, as the theme is supposed to have an airy, easy on the eyes, (while also hi-tech and practical) feel to it. I'm sure I can improve the icons, however-- I suppose blurriness isn't easy on the eyes at all. :-/ I could easily just sharpen them, but I think I'd prefer to just redesign all the icons... so that will have to wait until version 0.5.

    Thanks again.


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     good

     
     by DDM on: Sep 22 2005
     
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    Thanks for making it a little less OS-X like. It looks much more unique.


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     I hate to ask, but..

     
     by marvin on: Sep 23 2005
     
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    What font are you using for the title bar in the second screenshot?


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     Re: I hate to ask, b

     
     by monchichi on: Sep 23 2005
     
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    It's called Zekton Bold, and I don't recall where I acquired it.


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     Nice one

     
     by freakcode on: Sep 24 2005
     
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    Now this is a GOOD aqua-like theme. Not another Mac-weird, this one is very fresh.

    Could you make XFCE window borders?

    Keep it up.


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     Alot of crashes

     
     by nosebleed on: Sep 24 2005
     
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    Nice work on the theme, but I can't use it because many apps crash in gnome. For example the logout prompt, trash emptying prompt, and add panel applet prompt


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     Re: Alot of crashes

     
     by monchichi on: Sep 24 2005
     
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    What version of gnome are you running? I developed this on 2.12 so I don't know how well it works with everything else..?

    Also, if you run "killall gnome-panel;gnome-panel" in a terminal, then reproduce the crash, are there any gtk error messages?


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     Re: Re: Alot of cras

     
     by nosebleed on: Sep 27 2005
     
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    Yes, I am also running gnome 2.12, but with gtk+ 2.8

    sean@cheddar ~ % killall gnome-panel;gnome-panel

    ** (gnome-panel:15211): WARNING **: Invalid borders specified for theme pixmap:
    /usr/share/themes/Water Vapor/gtk-2.0/gray_button.png,
    borders don't fit within the image

    (gnome-panel:15211): GdkPixbuf-CRITICAL **: gdk_pixbuf_new_from_data: assertion `height > 0' failed

    (gnome-panel:15211): GdkPixbuf-CRITICAL **: gdk_pixbuf_scale: assertion `src != NULL' failed

    ** (gnome_segv:15221): WARNING **: Invalid borders specified for theme pixmap:
    /usr/share/themes/Water Vapor/gtk-2.0/gray_button.png,
    borders don't fit within the image

    (gnome_segv:15221): GdkPixbuf-CRITICAL **: gdk_pixbuf_new_from_data: assertion `height > 0' failed

    (gnome_segv:15221): GdkPixbuf-CRITICAL **: gdk_pixbuf_scale: assertion `src != NULL' failed


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     Re: Re: Re: Alot of

     
     by monchichi on: Sep 29 2005
     
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    I fixed the issue that caused that error, it will be released with the next update. However, I'm not 100% sure it will fix your crashes... were you getting those errors when gnome-panel started up or when it was actually crashing?


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Alot

     
     by nosebleed on: Sep 30 2005
     
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    That appeared right before it crashed. I'll try the new version. Thanks


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Alot

     
     by nosebleed on: Sep 30 2005
     
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    It appears to have fixed it! Thanks


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