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Rezlooks GTK Engine

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Rezlooks GTK Engine
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Submitted:  May 13 2006
Updated:  Jun 21 2006

Description:

Rezlooks is a gtk theme engine based on the cairo-enabled CVS clearlooks engine code.

It basically strips all the stuff from clearlooks that I don't like. The lack of rounded corners is probably the most obvious change, but there are various other smaller changes too. It should also be faster than clearlooks from cvs because in order to make my changes I stripped down the code somewhat.

This engine can happily be installed alongside clearlooks, or any other engine as far as I know.

The themes are basically the same as clearlooks themes, just change the engine from clearlooks to rezlooks in the gtkrc file of the theme you want to convert. I've also included a couple of themes ready for this engine for you to download if you like. These are Rezlooks-Gilouche, based on the Suse Gilouche gtk theme, and Rezlooks-graphite, based on Clearlooks-graphite which was made by lokheed.

Thanks to the clearlooks authors, especially Remenic - sorry for ruining your beautiful theme engine again :P

Thanks also to David Barr for help and testing.

Thanks to Michael Magua for packaging up a Fedora Core 5 RPM.

Thanks to "Mandrake" for the Ubuntu deb.

Finally, thanks to whoever wrote the Gilouche theme for the Suse folks, and to lokheed for his Clearlooks-graphite theme which I pretty much stole.

**NOTE: If you've installed it fine but when you try to use one of the themes you get the old default gtk engine, try installing again after running "./configure --prefix=/usr"

**NOTE: There seems to be some (understandable) confusion between the Rezlooks gtk engine and the rezlooks set of themes that I uploaded to gnome-look (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=35077) back in february. To clarify, those themes were basically the precursor to this theme engine, they came with a small patch to the clearlooks source which got rid of the rounded corners. This theme engine is the logical continuation of that, in that it continues the process of making clearlooks more in tune with my tastes. I won't be updating those themes to use this engine, I'll leave them in case someone wants to use the colours without installing this theme engine.

FEATURE REQUESTS and/or BUG REPORTS ALWAYS WELCOME HERE

PS That's NOT metacity, that's OPENBOX in the screenshots. Stop asking about the metacity theme please!

PPS RPM re-added, thanks again Michael.




Changelog:

0.6
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* More code cleanup
* Added new style grips
* menubarstyle changes: 0 = flat, 1 = gradient, 2 = striped gradient

0.5
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* Simplified slider troughs
* Made slider buttons look more like other buttons
* Lightened the border of scrollbars (I might change this back)
* Added new rc option “menubaritemstyle”: 0 = flat, 1 = button-ish style
* changed the “inner border” of buttons to be less contrasting

0.4
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* Started reading the "menubarstyle" theme item: 1 = gradient, 0 = flat
* Changed the look of the progressbar to fit better with the theme
* Made range slider buttons less fancy

0.3.1
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* Fixed omp's bug of giant fat borders on default buttons
* Implemented mulberry's suggestion of using a lightened button colour to
draw the button's inside border

0.3
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* Initial public release




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 Rezlooks GTK Engine

 
 by nunogomes on: May 13 2006
 
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i love how this looks altho i cant get it to work. does it require cairo-enabled clearlooks ? or some other cairo libs or soemthing?

also what metacity theme is that ?


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 Re: Rezlooks GTK Eng

 
 by rezza on: May 13 2006
 
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This doesn't need clearlooks at all. I think it'll need a fairly recent libcairo thought.


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 Re: Re: Rezlooks GTK

 
 by nunogomes on: May 13 2006
 
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ah thanks. i just cant get it to work, which is a shame cos im fed up with all the round corners :( have u thought about making a non-cairo version? ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Rezlooks

 
 by rezza on: May 13 2006
 
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Ha, sorry no I'm gonna stick with the cairo version because that's where I think gtk themes are all going to be heading.

And when you say you can't get it to work, what exactly is the problem? Does the ./configure fail? Does it fail to build? What errors do you get? What version of cairo do you have installed?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Rezl

 
 by nunogomes on: May 13 2006
 
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no it installs fine but when i apply one of the themes i get the old default hard edge theme, u know, the one that looks a bit like windows classic

not sure what cairo lib u mean but i have libcairo2 1.0.4-0ubuntu1


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by rezza on: May 13 2006
 
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Hmm, not sure why it's not working then. I have cairo 1.1.6 on my machine, it works great. I'm stumped I'm afraid.

Question: can you use the cairo-based clearlooks from gnome CVS? If so then I have screwed up somewhere...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by nunogomes on: May 13 2006
 
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im fairly new and dont know much about cvs, but i had cairo enabled clearlooks working before, got a .deb somewhere.



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 by nunogomes on: May 14 2006
 
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i have now messed around with cairo enabled clearlooks and it works, i have also manually downloaded and installed cairo, i still cant get your rezlooks engine to work :(

giving up i think

im running up2date ubuntu dapper btw



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by rezza on: May 14 2006
 
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When you configured it, did you use --prefix=/usr? Because gtk is awfully fussy about locations... please try it with that.


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 Re: Rezlooks GTK Eng

 
 by rezza on: May 13 2006
 
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Oh, and that's not metacity it's openbox.


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 great engine

 
 by ingvildr on: May 13 2006
 
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good work rezza love the engine, i'm using it with your gtk theme rezlooks and it looks great :)


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 by lokheed on: May 13 2006
 
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Very nice theme. Just letting you know that it works just fine using the latest public release of Cairo 1.0.4.

Another person who is getting sick of round corners :)


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 Re: ...

 
 by cimi86 on: May 14 2006
 
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It's true!!! I love squared corners and rezlooks is working so fine... but the performance are not so better than pixmap themes (benchmark gives me 22 seconds for rezlooks with tempura colors, 23seconds for tempura)


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 Re: Re: ...

 
 by lokheed on: May 14 2006
 
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I dont see any performance difference either. The good thing about source based themes is they are much more dynamic. Pixmap themes are restricted on a lot of levels, especially when it comes to resizing and working nicely in a myriad of situations.

They are however much easier to work with and alter, at least for graphical people, perhaps not coders.

Theming in Linux really needs to get better and easier to do. It has an endless amount of potiental, yet only utilizes a small portion of that.


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 Re: Re: ...

 
 by bvc on: Jun 15 2006
 
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########## GTK PERF ########
Simple (thinice) 10.77
Mist (mist) 11.00
d3a-eXperience (experience) 13.73
Slider (smooth) 16.40
Rezlooks-Gilouche (rezlooks) 16.47
Glider (smooth) 16.54
Clearlooks-cairo (clearlooks-cairo) 18.86
Human (ubuntulooks) 19.26
Gentle (pixbuf) 22.31
eXperience (experience) 27.41
d3a (pixbuf) 28.56
E17-Gtk (pixbuf) 31.79
Ana (svg>pixbuf) 35.67

########### TWF PERF ##########
Mist (mist) 0.411885s
Simple (thinice) 0.421149s
Slider (smooth) 0.936762s
d3a-eXperience (experience) 0.591864s
Rezlooks-Gilouche (rezlooks) 0.733326s
Glider (smooth) 0.962215s
Clearlooks-cairo (clearlooks-cairo) 1.040012s
Human (ubuntulooks) 1.106234s
d3a (pixbuf) 1.130783s
E17-Gtk (pixbuf) 1.398836s
Gentle (pixbuf) 1.406059s
Ana (svg>pixbuf) 2.085190s
eXperience (experience) 2.224572s


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 Great!

 
 by miffe on: May 14 2006
 
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It looks great! Only a few problems with it.

* A top placed panel has a ugly black line that looks like it doesn't belong there.
* A progressbar that pulses misses a left darker border on the "pulse"
* Progressbars in NetworkManager applet looks weird.

I made a screenshot of all these problems here: http://flickr.com/photos/32503066@N00/145864078/

Hope these get fixed.


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 Re: Great!

 
 by rezza on: May 14 2006
 
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Hmm, I'll see if I can work out what's going on there. What app are you using to create the pulsing progress bar?


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 Re: Re: Great!

 
 by miffe on: May 14 2006
 
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It's a small python program I wrote. Requires pygtk.

import gtk
w = gtk.Window()
w.connect( "delete-event", gtk.main_quit )
w.set_border_width( 5 )

p = gtk.ProgressBar()
p.pulse()
w.add( p )

w.show_all()

p.pulse()

gtk.main()


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 Re: Re: Re: Great!

 
 by rezza on: May 17 2006
 
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OK, thanks. I fixed the pulse problem, not sure about the network applet problem, I don't have it installed (and it's not available as an applet to add to the panel), and I haven't fixed the panel problem - for now it might be better to set the panel to use a solid colour instead of the theme.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Grea

 
 by miffe on: May 17 2006
 
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Thanks!


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 Awesome.

 
 by omp on: May 14 2006
 
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It's perfect! It fixed everything I disliked about Clearlooks. (Such as gradients, rounded things, 3d buttons, etc.)


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 Perfect

 
 by Sekkyumu on: May 14 2006
 
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It's indeed perfect :).

Oh, it appears I can't download the Graphite theme... ^^


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 Re: Perfect

 
 by olinux on: May 14 2006
 
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great! i LOVE it!!!


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