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LiNsta (LiNsta is Not Vista ;-)

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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LiNsta (LiNsta is Not Vista ;-)
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Downloads:  217353
Submitted:  Jul 17 2006

Description:

GTK2 theme based on VistaBut theme from roberTO21 (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=32227).
All the thanks go to roberTO21

The best metacity themes that match this gtk theme are LiNsta Black Flat, LiNsta Black Plastic, LiNsta Black Plastic & Alu, and LiNsta Silver Plastic.

I changed small things in its theme :
-the theme is clearer;
-some pixmaps were improved;
-I changed the top panel style. Now, you can find 2 themes : black and gray. I'm working on a Royal Blue one.
-I changed the menubar style. Now you can find more than 20 themes. You can make yours :-) Don't hesitate to share them !
-I changed the toolbar style. There are other styles. Choose yours.

How to customize ?
-All the styles are defined in 4 files : menubar-custom.rc, toolbar-custom.rc, panel_custom.rc, and menu-custom.rc. Have a look to them.
-To change the top panel theme : comment and/or uncomment the lines 18, 19 in the gtkrc file. panel_silver.rc and panel_black-plastic.rc contain the suitable styles to modify to obtain the desired panel. To have the best result, go to the panel properties, in the background tab, and select the right background (go to the panel folder in the GTK2 theme folder).
-To change the menubars, go at the end of the gtkrc file. Change the lines 1822, 1823, 1824 with one of the styles defined in the menubar-custom.rc file. You can define one style for particular windows (see lines 1825, 1826, and 1827), but don't forget that the more there are definitions like these, the more the GUI is slow !
-To change toolbars, change the lines 1815 to 1820 with one of the styles defined in the toolbar-custom.rc file.
-For the meuns style, all styles are defined in the menu-custom.rc file. The silver menu is ok.

But I would like to define a black menu, and the menuitem font color is still black, and I would like this to be white. I tested lots of things but the menuitems are always black. Can you help me ?

I also need your help to define a particular menu style for the panel (black menus), and another for all other windows and apps (silver menus). How can I do this ?




Changelog:

-0.1 alpha : first public release.



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 Your custom adesklet

 
 by sousuke on: Apr 2 2007
 
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Any chance of you sharing the adesklets that you created for this?
They look great.

Was it a mod of the SystemMonitor desklet?


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 Menu-bar font colour

 
 by Cervantez on: Apr 25 2007
 
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This is a very good theme. I want it to be able to read the font in openoffice though, so i tried using a lighter-coloured menubar theme (like "menubar-clear") but the font for the "menubar" in the top panel (for Applications, Places, System) stays white and then I can't read that:( ... is there a way to get rid of the different menubar in the panel? Or can i change the font up there black otherwise? in most other themes, the panel is all the same colour, so it must be possible. I just want to be able to have good contrast in font/background in Openoffice without screwing up anything else. If you have any ideas, please tell me. Thanks.


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 Menu-bar font colour

 
 by Cervantez on: Apr 25 2007
 
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This is a very good theme. I want it to be able to read the font in openoffice though, so i tried using a lighter-coloured menubar theme (like "menubar-clear") but the font for the "menubar" in the top panel (for Applications, Places, System) stays white and then I can't read that:( ... is there a way to get rid of the different menubar in the panel? Or can i change the font up there black otherwise? in most other themes, the panel is all the same colour, so it must be possible. I just want to be able to have good contrast in font/background in Openoffice without screwing up anything else. If you have any ideas, please tell me. Thanks.


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 Great!!!

 
 by ekb on: Apr 29 2007
 
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This theme looks really nice on my Ubuntu. Thank you!!


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 i cant make it work

 
 by martinnii on: May 4 2007
 
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i dont know why,, but when i try to install the theme it sais that the format of the file is incorrect (my ubuntu is in spanish, so i'm trying to translate). if someone can help me... pleasee :'(


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 Can I use this?

 
 by BiscuitHead on: Jun 3 2007
 
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I am making a mash up of Vista stuff and can I use this?


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