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Clearlooks 2

  

Metacity Theme

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Downloads:  24189
Submitted:  Dec 18 2005
Updated:  Jan 1 2006

Description:

This is version 2 of the Clearlooks window decoration, made to fit well with Clearlooks-Cairo.

Note: If you want to keep your old Clearlooks Metacity theme, you should rename one of the theme folders.




Changelog:

2.1:
- Gave up and switched to pixmaps for icons.
- Focused icons have a soft shadow outline for better visibility (thanks to dhonn for the mockup).
- Well, happy new year!

2.0.1:
- Tweaked separator line on unfocused windows.
- Icons on active buttons are always white.

2.0:
- Initial release.




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 black buttons?

 
 by bvc on: Dec 18 2005
 
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seems to me that the buttons should be white (#ffffff) like the title and not from gtk color, since not all gtk themes are the same. I have a lot of themes that give me a black button and it would be nice if this white was universal, despite the theme being used.
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 Re: black buttons?

 
 by Sparrk on: Dec 18 2005
 
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Yes, I'll probably change that. There are various reasons why I did it as it is in Clearlooks, but it doesn't really work well with the new style anymore. Mostly because the buttons are darker now.

Maybe I'll also experiment with putting a shadow or black outline behind the icons.


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 Good

 
 by MrDesiato on: Dec 18 2005
 
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I like the theme.

Although, the metalic-style widgets don't seem to fit in with the rest of the title bar.

Either the buttons need to be less metalic, or the rest needs to be more metalic.


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 Great..

 
 by szu on: Dec 18 2005
 
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This m-city theme is great. Much better than the previous version, which sadly can't be said about gtk2 theme. Shiny lolly-pop blue scrollbars? Please..


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 Re: Great..

 
 by MrDesiato on: Dec 18 2005
 
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If I remember correctly the 'lolly-pop' scroll bars will be a compile time variable... maybe I'm wrong though. It certainly should be, I agree.


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 Re: Re: Great..

 
 by Sparrk on: Dec 19 2005
 
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They are a theme option.


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 Re: Re: Re: Great..

 
 by MrDesiato on: Dec 19 2005
 
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Even better. :)


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 Inactive titlebar

 
 by szu on: Dec 19 2005
 
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After a day of usage I think you should rework the titlebar of inactive windows. It doesn't give impression of shiny/gradient bar. The difference between lighter and darker shade is to big and make the border between them very noticable. And that makes it look bad.


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 Re: Inactive titleba

 
 by Sparrk on: Dec 20 2005
 
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I have thought about that, but there are too many problem with it. Especially it would make unfocused windows too similar to focused windows, so with some color combinations or for color-blind people this could become problematic. It would also make the theme feel much more heavy.

For now I have just lightened up the separator line a bit.


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 buttons on titlebar

 
 by wookashs on: Dec 20 2005
 
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I think that buttons on titlebar are to big... In previous version were better.


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 Hrm

 
 by MrDesiato on: Dec 21 2005
 
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I still think that the buttons on the focussed windows seem too metalic, or heavy for the rest of the bar. Surely I'm not alone...maybe its the dark-light outline, along with the darker "shiny" look.

Comments? (apart from "no, I don't think they do :P)


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