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MurrinaFancyClearlooks Themepack

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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MurrinaFancyClearlooks Themepack
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MurrinaFancyClearlooks Themepack
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  29406
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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 ArchLinux

 
 by PabloEscobar on: Jan 6 2007
 
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I've been using Your theme for some time and got really anxious to see what's new.
I'm using ArchLinux.I updated the engine to the 0.40.1, all other murrine themes seem to work perfectly. Your pack doesn't, it's like the engine wouldn't work. Look below for what I mean.
http://xs411.xs.to/xs411/07016/murrine.png
I can't seem to find the guilty party so mayby You could help a bit :)


Pablo
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 Re: ArchLinux

 
 by Zerthis on: Jan 6 2007
 
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Did you try to restart X?

When I installed the new engine it didn't 'understand' the new options with the oldskool ugly theme as a result.When I removed the new options the theme worked again. It seemed like it just had the old engine loaded in its memory or something. So it doesn't know what to do with the new options.


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 Re: Re: ArchLinux

 
 by PabloEscobar on: Jan 6 2007
 
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Yep, restarted X, restarted the computer, nothing helped.
I can't seem to understand what's wrong.


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 Re: Re: Re: ArchLinu

 
 by Zerthis on: Jan 6 2007
 
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Hmm, I don't know then.

You could try to recompile it again, maybe there are some errors in the output or something.

You could also try to edit the gtkrc file of a theme that works, and put some of the new options in there (see the changelog of the murrine engine).

Just to make sure, I downloaded my themepack, removed my themes from my .themes folder and copied the downloaded ones into it, and it works fine. So there must be something wrong with the engine on your side. Otherwise contact Cimi about the problem. (the creator of the engine)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Arch

 
 by PabloEscobar on: Jan 6 2007
 
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My bad. I had the engine PKGBUILD misconfigured.
Sorry for all the fuss, and thanks for the great theme.
For the interested, working PKBUILD for latest murrine engine for Archlinux :

# Contributor: Pablo Escobar

pkgname=gtk-engine-murrine
pkgver=0.40.1
pkgrel=1
pkgdesc="GTK2 engine to make your desktop look like a murrina"
url="http://cimi.netsons.org/pages/murrine.php"
license="GPL"
depends=('gtk2' 'cairo' 'pkgconfig')
conflicts=('murrine')
#install=()
source=(http://cimi.netsons.org/media/download_gallery/murrine/murrine-$pkgver.tar.bz2)
#md5sums=()
build() {
mv $startdir/src/murrine-$pkgver $startdir/src/$pkgname
cd $startdir/src/$pkgname
./configure --prefix=/usr --enable-animation
make || return 1
make DESTDIR=$startdir/pkg install;
}


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 Great theme but...

 
 by rodgerSan on: Jan 9 2007
 
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...how I could keep the old murrina background in the menubar (I'm not sure how it is called but it's located between the titlebar and toolbar)??

Personnaly I found it nicer than the last version.

Regards.


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 Re: Great theme but.

 
 by Zerthis on: Jan 10 2007
 
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http://home.planet.nl/~bassa052/themes/panel_bg.png

Download that image and replace it with the ones located in the folder of my themes.

/home/`whoami`/.themes/MurrinaFancyAncient/gtk-2.0/panel_bg.png for example.

I only rotated the image 180 degrees. I did it because it fits better with the new glaze style I used.


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 Re: Great theme but.

 
 by Zerthis on: Jan 10 2007
 
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http://home.planet.nl/~bassa052/themes/panel_bg.png

Download that image and replace it with the ones located in the folder of my themes.

/home/`whoami`/.themes/MurrinaFancyAncient/gtk-2.0/panel_bg.png for example.

I only rotated the image 180 degrees. I did it because it fits better with the new glaze style I used.


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 Re: Great theme but.

 
 by Zerthis on: Jan 10 2007
 
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Ow, I guess you meant something else right?

Open the gtkrc file located in my themes folder, scroll down a little bit (line 49 here), and change this:

menubarstyle = 2

to

menubarstyle = 3

Then reload the theme. There are more options there. You can also use the Murrine Configurator to change these things.


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 Re: Re: Great theme

 
 by rodgerSan on: Jan 10 2007
 
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Yes!

Thank you!


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 Panel Color

 
 by zephyrus54 on: Jan 10 2007
 
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Hey I love the addition of the glassy panel look, but I was wondering if you could take that one step further and offer glassy panels that match the color of the themes.


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 Re: Panel Color

 
 by Zerthis on: Jan 16 2007
 
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I like the idea, but it doesn't look pretty without modifying some other things of the theme. And since this is a Clearlooks port, I do not want the theme to become something totally else.

Maybe I do something with it in the future.

But, I've made a striped and a gradient panel background image, so you'll be able to match it with the menubarstyle you like. It will come with the next release.


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 Scrollbar

 
 by stjepan on: Jan 15 2007
 
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Please make scrollbars blue.


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 Re: Scrollbar

 
 by Zerthis on: Jan 16 2007
 
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You can do it yourself.

Open a terminal, and type:
gedit .themes/MurrinaFancySky/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

Scroll down until you get to: engine "murrine"

Then remove the # in front of this line (do not remove the 2nd one):
# scrollbar_color = "#5598d7" # deepsky

Then reload the theme and you'll have blue scrollbars.

If you do not use MurrinaFancySky, replace that with the theme you use.


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 nice but...

 
 by D3SKTOPC4KE on: Jan 24 2007
 
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This is my 1st time using Murrina engine and i'd say i like it.
The only complaint is urgent windows in task bar, otherwise very nice theme(s)!
Thanks!


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 :)

 
 by D3SKTOPC4KE on: Jan 26 2007
 
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Is it possible to get rid of the box around text in task list?
I mean just text on the texture...


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