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MurrinaFancyClearlooks Themepack

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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MurrinaFancyClearlooks Themepack
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  29431
Submitted:  Nov 14 2006
Updated:  Jan 16 2007

Description:

Based on the original Clearlooks theme.

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You need the Murrine 0.40.1 engine for those themes to work.

Many thanks to Cimi for this wonderful engine.
!!!

Preview 1: MurrinaFancySky in action (ver 0.5)
Preview 2: All colors available
Preview 3: Emerald themes (old style)

Colors available:

Ancient = old clearlooks blue (#628cb2)
Earth = deep dark brown (#555753)
Grass = funky spring green (#9fbf81)
Sand = sandy light brown (#a69f91)
Sea = dark blue (#3465a4)
Sky = new clearlooks blue (#5598d7)

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See the gtkrc file for options! The Murrine Configurator does not work for all my options.

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Have fun with it!




Changelog:

16-01-2007 (v0.5)
-- Random minor little tweaks
-- Improved glassy panel background
-- Added more panel backgrounds
-- See the gtkrc file for options on how to change the panel background

05-01-2007 (v0.4. & v0.1.4)
-- Updated GTK themes to the latest Murrine version 0.40.1
-- Updated Emerald themes to Emerald 0.1.4
-- Added the latest hot stuff from the new murrine engine to my themes.
-- Removed shade button from emerald themes.
-- Did some renaming.I got confused.




LicenseGPL
(MurrinaFancyClearlooks) (v0.5)
(Emerald Themes) (v0.1.4)
(Murrine GTK2 Cairo Engine )
(Murrine Metacity) (gnomethemes.org)
(Murrine Configurator)
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 sweet

 
 by pato on: Nov 14 2006
 
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btw, which is the Metacity theme you are using?


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 Re: sweet

 
 by Zerthis on: Nov 14 2006
 
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Metacity: http://gnomethemes.org/?p=52
Emerald: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=48417


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 Re: sweet

 
 by Zerthis on: Nov 14 2006
 
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Metacity: http://gnomethemes.org/?p=52
Emerald: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=48417


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 Re: Re: sweet

 
 by pato on: Nov 14 2006
 
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WOW, thanks for the quick response.
I was unable to find a Metacity theme that matches so well with Murrine.


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 Very good theme

 
 by joaopedrosa on: Nov 15 2006
 
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Hey, I was using Murrina GT4 on Xfce, but now your theme looks promising and I am using it. I really like it so far. Nice job. And I never liked the original ClearLooks, but yours works wonders with Murrine.


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 one problem so far

 
 by iwant420 on: Nov 16 2006
 
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I have only one problem with your themes, the text within the animated progress bar in applications like gtk-gnutella is impossible to read, since it is white and the progress bar is glowing over it
especially in the green one which i love and use right now... please if you cna fix it i'd appreciate it. thanks


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 Re: one problem so f

 
 by Zerthis on: Nov 16 2006
 
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Hmm, I especially picked the 'darker' clear colors to prevend non readable fonts, so here (on my screen) it looks readable.(That's why yellow didnt work btw :P)

If you do not want that font to be white but black, edit this file:

MurrinaFancyClearlooksGrass/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

Go to line 144 where you find this:


style "theme-progressbar" = "theme-wide"
{
xthickness = 1
ythickness = 1
fg[PRELIGHT] = "#ffffff" # white
}


And comment out the fg[PRELIGHT] line like this:


style "theme-progressbar" = "theme-wide"
{
xthickness = 1
ythickness = 1
# fg[PRELIGHT] = "#ffffff" # white
}


Then save the file and reload the theme. Now the font on the progressbar should be black.


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 stripes

 
 by pato on: Nov 16 2006
 
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In my case (I compiled Murrina engine by myself in my ubuntu edgy 64bit box) , I don't get the stripes at the menu bar. I don't miss them very much, but I would like to know if someone knows why I don't have them.

Congratulations for this theme. It is very nice and really fast. I'm very happy using it with tango icons.. I love new clearlooks colors (sky). I like clearlooks as well, but it is boring to stand always with the same theme :-P.


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 My fault

 
 by pato on: Nov 16 2006
 
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I did not update to your latest version :-P

Now it is OK


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 Re: stripes

 
 by pato on: Nov 16 2006
 
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Also, the gtkrc file is very well commented, so I have successfully adjusted to my needs :-)


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 Re: stripes

 
 by Zerthis on: Nov 16 2006
 
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I'm glad you like it.

It's the main reason I started this, I love Clearlooks too (both new and old), but I wanted something more glassier (shinier), and I couldn't find a nice Emerald theme to fit with the orignial Clearlooks theme - so I decided to make my own stuff.

I chose Murrine for it's speed and for the glassy look.


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 The theme pack rules

 
 by joaopedrosa on: Nov 16 2006
 
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Wow. What was good got even better after you added the theme pack. Now you make it really hard to find something better out there, as when we get tired of one color, we can switch to the next one and so forth.

Right now I switched the the "Sea" and I like it too. They are all nice. Thanks to you and to the Murrine author.

BTW, I use Xfce and your themes work great for me. The contrasts really help.


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 Re: The theme pack r

 
 by Zerthis on: Nov 16 2006
 
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It is nice to hear you like it and that it is working great on Xfce.

I actually want more colors! but it has to match the gnome 2.16 icons (all colors until now are based upon them) and it is hard to find more matching colors which work well with the rest of the theme.

And also thanks to the creators of Clearlooks and the icons.


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 Menu Bar Too Large

 
 by jrickmar on: Jan 5 2007
 
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When I run your themes, the menu bar at the top (Apps, Places, System, and Launchers) is slightly larger than if I wasn't running your themes. This isn't too much of a problem, except it causes my icons for my launchers to be extended by 1 pixel, which makes them really fuzzy. I can post an image if you need me to.

If you could get this fixed, that could be great.


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