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Mirage

  

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Mirage
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Submitted:  Aug 6 2006

Description:

I got a little bored with my themes, so I decided to make use of some experiments I still had floating around and try to turn it into a complete theme. Be warned, it's a bit of a mess and not quite finished, but I guess it's usable.

Aside from the mirage engine (which is not a complete engine, but only provides certain elements), you will also need ubuntulooks and murrine to use the included themes. I'll likely drop the murrine dependency at some point but ubuntulooks will stay, since I see no point in duplicating half of the code. With more and more cairo engines coming out, I believe this kind of code sharing makes a lot of sense.

Make sure to check bvc's metacity theme and modifications: http://www.kernow-webhosting.com/~bvc/theme/mcity/Mirage2.tar.gz




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 Push Buttons

 
 by zammi on: Aug 8 2006
 
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Any possibility of making push buttons same as the "Library" button of the media player in this screenshot ( http://img236.imageshack.us/my.php?image=vista1sw5.png )


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 Re: Push Buttons

 
 by dborg on: Aug 8 2006
 
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Hm, I don't like that very much and I don't think it would look good on a light background. But I am thinking about adding a new button style, just need something really nice. Too fancy button styles rarely look good in Gtk themes, since they appear a _lot_ on the screen (and there is no separation between "pushbuttons" and normal buttons as on OS X).


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 Re: Re: Push Buttons

 
 by zammi on: Aug 8 2006
 
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I agree... specially if we take nautilus file manager, which uses toggle buttons in pathbar...(This should be replaced by a nice widget, just my opinion.. :-) )..

BTW: Any idea how to change the color of the scroll bar....

Thanks...


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 Re: Re: Re: Push But

 
 by dborg on: Aug 8 2006
 
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Scrollbar colors will be themable in the next release.


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 Cool Theme

 
 by blackbird on: Aug 8 2006
 
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Cool Theme. But my firefox doesn't like your menu styles. i get stupid errors :(

Same applies for other XUL applications like thunderbird.


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 Firefox Issue

 
 by zammi on: Aug 9 2006
 
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Hi.. This is a workaround for Firefox issue. Publishing this as a part of description might help users.
http://www.compiz.net/topic-2758-firefox-fix-for-linsta-users

If someone could hack this for OpenOffice/Thunderbird etc great.


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 Excellent

 
 by kpolice on: Aug 11 2006
 
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Excellent, specially the gradient on the background.

Is there a way to change the color of the scrollbar?


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 Re: Excellent

 
 by dborg on: Aug 11 2006
 
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Not yet, but it will be in the next release. Just out of curiousity (since everybody seems to be requesting this), what color would you all want to change the scrollbar to?


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 Re: Re: Excellent

 
 by kpolice on: Aug 12 2006
 
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It depends on the colors I'm using in my theme, but I want a blue or almost white.


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 Re: Re: Excellent

 
 by bvc on: Aug 12 2006
 
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following the trend with that style colored slider, I'd say either what the menubar (bg[SELECTED]) is, or the titlebar color.


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 Re: Excellent

 
 by zammi on: Aug 12 2006
 
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My taste is bit different (Assume this is technically possible). I like to have the same color as buttons to the scroll bar including the prelight effect with same prelight color.


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 metacity update

 
 by bvc on: Aug 13 2006
 
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* Mirage-NORMAL uses the lighter normal background color of your gtk theme.
* Mirage-SELECTED uses the bg selected color in the gtk theme and if your gtk theme specifies a metacity color to use, as the mirage gtk themes do, it will use that color.


webpage
http://gnomethemes.org/?p=57

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http://gnomethemes.org/pre/Mirage.jpg
http://gnomethemes.org/pre/Mirage.jpg

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http://www.kernow-webhosting.com/~bvc/theme/mcity/Mirage-NORMAL.tar.gz
http://www.kernow-webhosting.com/~bvc/theme/mcity/Mirage-SELECTED.tar.gz


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 Re: metacity update

 
 by dborg on: Aug 14 2006
 
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Great work! :) I just think that the glass effect on the NORMAL version is too strong for the bright color, so it doesn't look believable. I'd like it better as it is on the inactive windows from the SELECTED version. Also I think the button prelight effect should be more subtile on unfocused windows (keeping them white, just adding saturation).


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 Re: Re: metacity upd

 
 by bvc on: Aug 14 2006
 
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Thx!
updated Mirage-NORMAL...
any better? do more of the same?


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 Re: Re: Re: metacity

 
 by dborg on: Aug 14 2006
 
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The effect on SELECTED still looks smoother to me, but it's almost perfect now!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: meta

 
 by bvc on: Aug 16 2006
 
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I can certainly make it that way but then it's not like the menubar.

update:
I have lightened the highlight image and added to the inactive prelight button though.

I didn't want to lighten the highlight because now it doesn't match the menubar gradient, however the fact that it is on the light bg and caused the titlebar to go flat drove me nuts! Still does it, but not as quite bad.

If I knew where the engine was going I'd know better what to do. You mentioned keeping the ubuntulooks depends, but is that for the buttons?
I could lessen the glass effect on the metacity buttons and titlebar (smoothing it out) and ditch the highlight but....
then there's another gradient/glass on the scrollbar....
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by dborg on: Aug 16 2006
 
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There isn't anything in particular from ubuntulooks that I want to keep, I just want to keep the dependency so I don't have to re-implement everything. Of course if it would turn out at some point that ubuntulook isn't used anymore, I would remove the dep.

So I wouldn't mind doing a new button design, but only if I see a great mockup or have an inspiration for something that I like better than the current ubuntulooks design.


"could lessen the glass effect on the metacity buttons and titlebar (smoothing it out) and ditch the highlight but....
then there's another gradient/glass on the scrollbar...."

I think the buttons should definitely keep their glass effect. In general, maybe a good rule of thumb would be to use the glass effect only for dark elements or at least to keep it almost invisible on light elements (similar to the ubuntulooks buttons).

I'm very open to suggestions (especially mockups). My main intention for Mirage is for it to be a fun and unique theme and to invite experimentation.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: meta

 
 by bvc on: Aug 20 2006
 
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http://gnomethemes.org/?p=57
http://www.kernow-webhosting.com/~bvc/theme/mcity/Mirage-NORMAL.tar.gz
http://gnomethemes.org/pre/screenshots/Mirage2.jpg


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by bvc on: Aug 20 2006
 
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k....I just can't stop once I've started....I hate that sometimes.
compiz was requested....
It's not polished, but it's usable...
http://www.kernow-webhosting.com/~bvc/theme/compiz/Mirage.cgwdtheme
http://gnomethemes.org/pre/Mirage-Compiz.jpg


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 Very good!!!

 
 by cimi86 on: Aug 13 2006
 
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Simply beautiful! As always!!!

Keep on it, I'm not experienced like you in cairo rendering and coding...

Great Work!!!

Cimi


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 Re: Very good!!!

 
 by dborg on: Aug 14 2006
 
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Thanks a lot! :)


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