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Aqualooks 0.1.0 (Alpha)

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Aqualooks 0.1.0 (Alpha)
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  52246
Submitted:  Jan 2 2007

Description:

This is the first alpha release of the Aqualooks cairo based GTK theme engine. Though this is not feature complete yet and bit buggy, I'm releasing this due to increasing demand and I always respect the community.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN ALPHA QUALITY SOFTWARE.

Note:
There are 2 critical issues at the moment I've identified and trying to fix.
Gnumeric and wxDFast giving segmentation faults.


How To:

Install:

1. Extract the archive
2. cd Aqualooks.x.x.x
3. ./configure --prefix=/usr
4. make
5. sudo make install

Docker:
KXDocker: (www.kde-apps.org)

Mac like menubar:
http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=241868




Changelog:

0.1.0:
Initial release (alpha one).




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 Bar

 
 by MarineForce on: Jan 14 2007
 
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Bro how did you get the 'nautilus, edit, bookmarks' and so on... on your top bar? I know how to do that in KDE but not in Gnome :(. So I'll be glad if you help me out ;).
Cya !


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 Re: Bar

 
 by nocturn on: Jan 15 2007
 
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It's a GTK hack, you have to follow the link to Ubuntuforums, they tell you what to do.


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 Wallpapers

 
 by stjepan on: Jan 14 2007
 
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Zammi, from where do you get all those wonderful wallpapers?
Where can I get that one on the screenshot?


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 Font

 
 by nocturn on: Jan 15 2007
 
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What font is that? I really like it!


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 Aqualooks 0.1.0

 
 by Dev05 on: Jan 17 2007
 
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Hi!

I've been playing around with your Engine and I think it's extremely nice, however, I've found a couple of issues:

In Nautilus:
If you have the text at the left of the buttons, like this:

Back < -

There's an ellipse of what looks like a contour when you hover your mouse over the Back button.

Notebook Control:
Pop gedit up and see how the Tabs are rendered.

Firefox:
Open Bookmarks->Organize bookmarks.
The menus seem to render a couple of pixels higher than they should.

Menus:
If you don't have that Gtk hack, Window Decorations above Menus above Toolbars are quite ugly because the Toolbars are rendered to blend with the Window Decoration, but it happens that above them, there's a Menu. May be you should handle these two possibilities separately and decide the best blend.

Gnome Panel (Personal Opinion):
The buttons simply have no spaces between each other and are way too squared :)

Appart from that, it's great!
Thank you!


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 crashes

 
 by TheTraveler on: Jan 22 2007
 
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Once you install this and it crashes your panels, how do you go about fixing things?

In fact, how do you use your computer in the first place? You might want to remove this theme until it is working.

Alpha quality software? It's not even to that point yet. Why did you even consider releasing this for download?


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 Re: crashes

 
 by nocturn on: Jan 22 2007
 
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Take it easy. He clearly labelled it alpha, so it might crash under any circumstances that are not identical to his computer.

The cause of the crash is the menu applet (Applications, Places, System) which the author is not using so he is not experiencing this crash.

I'm glad he released it and I hope it will become stable soon as it will be my default theme when that happens.


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 Re: Re: crashes

 
 by Ptero4 on: Feb 6 2007
 
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A question. Since this engine is based off Clearlooks (which I`m using right now). Why does this engine crash when you have the menubar applet enabled if the clearlooks one doesn`t (a proof is that Ubuntu uses a clearlook based engine as it`s default theme and they have the menubar applet enabled by default and they don`t have those crashes, another is that the default gnome uses clearlooks as it`s default theme and the menubar applet is also on by default there and no crashes neither)?


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 Re: Re: Re: crashes

 
 by nocturn on: Feb 6 2007
 
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I suspect it is rather heavy modified, and because zammi uses the GTK hack, he may not have tested with the normal panels.


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 Re: crashes

 
 by freakcode on: Jan 25 2007
 
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How about being constructive and telling the author what programs have crashed, whats your system setup, etc?

Dont be a prick. If you cant help, dont mess with it.


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 More...

 
 by nocturn on: Feb 5 2007
 
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I'm holding my breath for the next release.... this is the most beautiful theme I ever saw!


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