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Aurora Gtk Engine

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Aurora Gtk Engine
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  283490
Submitted:  Apr 16 2007
Updated:  Jan 4 2009

Description:

Description:

The Aurora Gtk Engine themes all common Gtk widgets to provide an attractive, complete and consistent look for Gtk applications.

Engine options

• menubarstyle = 1 # 0 = flat, 1 = gradient, 2 = sunken
• curvature = 5 #default widget curvature
• arrowsize = 1 # controls combo_arrow circle size. Diameter set by (11 + 2 * arrowsize)
• old_arrowstyle = FALSE #set to TRUE for original circled arrows (same as arrows in sorted tree columns)
• animation = TRUE # FALSE = disabled, TRUE = enabled (also needs to be compiled with animation support to work)

Included theme uses configurable colours and can be adjusted in Theme Preferences under GNOME.

Thanks to all of you who have provided feedback so far, it has helped catch many things that would otherwise have gone unnoticed. And as always feedback is appreciated.


Known Issues:
• Ugly widgets in: OpenOffice, Java applications
∘ Unfortunately I can't really do anything here to make them look better. I can only hope that their emulation of Gtk themes will improve over time

Installation:
• Gtk 2.12+ is required for this engine
• Must have basic development packages installed for your distribution as well as Gtk2 development package in order to build engine
• Includes both the gtkRc theme, and the Gtk engine


To install the theme engine extract it to somewhere convenient and in that directory,
run: "./configure --prefix=/usr" then "make"
For animation support add "-enable-animation" when running "./configure"
Then as a root user "make install".

Then install the gtkrc theme by extracting to your ~/.themes directory or through the Appearance application.

To change your current theme to Aurora (under GNOME) open up the Appearance application (usually somewhere under System > Preferences) click the Customize button and under the controls tab select the theme you want.

Finally thanks to everyone along the line who have worked on the clearlooks and clearlooks based engines as without their work this engine would not exist.

Now go download and enjoy!




Changelog:

1.5.1
• Metacity theme no longer flickers with Compiz enabled
1.5
NEW/REDISGNED
• New list view headers
• Borderless notebook support (Gedit is one of the few applications that uses this)
• Included an updated version of the Blended metacity theme to better match the look of Aurora

CHANGES
• Changed tab shading
• Focus glow reduced to 2 px

FIXES/ENHANCEMENTS
• Removed double border in Calendars
• Centered menu separators
• Firefox button backgrounds
• Allowed enginge params on per widget basis
• Many, many small tweaks and fixes




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 Can't install

 
 by moreon on: Feb 29 2008
 
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When I execute "./configure --prefix=/usr" it stops with the following error "config.status: error: cannot find input file: src/config.h.in"

What can I do?

P.S. I'm running Zenwalk 5.0


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 Re: Can't install

 
 by Originaltresh on: Mar 4 2008
 
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I'm running Zenwalk 5.0 too : no problem to compile.

I'll make a package & propose to the Zen community in the next days ;)


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 Re: Re: Can't instal

 
 by Originaltresh on: Mar 4 2008
 
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Take this package , it comes with the 3 themes :
http://users.zenwalk.org/user-accounts/tresh/Aurora-engine/aurora-1.4-i486-52.1.tgz

If you have somes problems , PM me ;)


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 Re: Re: Can't instal

 
 by moreon on: Mar 4 2008
 
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Thanks for the interest. Do you have any idea what could be wrong with my try to compile it? Maybe some dependency, or what?


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 Re: Re: Re: Can't in

 
 by moreon on: Mar 4 2008
 
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Sorry about the previous reply. I hadn't seen your second post. I installed your package and it works fine. Thanx.


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 Mac-style

 
 by szerencsefia on: Mar 8 2008
 
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Is there any variation in mac-style (no separator line between tool-bar ans menu-bar)?
If not than can you tell me what is the code to compile that way?


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 Show|Item Name|Misc

 
 by brokkolo on: Mar 9 2008
 
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in gtkrc, how do i change the colors of the part of your screenshots that reads:
Show|Item Name|Misc
thanx


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 BUG REPORT

 
 by malwk on: Mar 12 2008
 
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The engine can initialize the options only once, currently (version 1.4) if you set up anywhere in the gtkrc file lets say "curvature" you cannot overwrite the options for a particular class or widget - always the first one found is used. This was introduced as a bug in murrine and resolved long time ago,

Please fix this as having all widgets with the same options is not flexible enough for the themers.

Note: Might be wrong but also the subclass instances should be able to overwrite the parent class options on the same engine. GtkButton options should be inherited by GtkToolButton but the style applied to GtkToolButton should be able to overwrite any engine options introduced in the parent class. This currently is NOT working.

Thanks.


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 Window Border

 
 by csmart on: Mar 19 2008
 
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Hi Eric,

I'm very impressed with this theme, great work!

Can you (or anyone else) tell me what Window Border you're using? It looks nicely integrated.

Cheers,
Chris


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 Re: Window Border

 
 by ferraro on: Mar 19 2008
 
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It's called Blended - also by ECHM.


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 Re: Re: Window Border

 
 by csmart on: Mar 19 2008
 
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Thanks! :)

-c


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 terminal = shit

 
 by itix on: Mar 23 2008
 
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I hate to install things from the terminal.
I have never ever ever ever ever ever ever succeeded installing ANYTHING from the terminal EVER, and I have tried countless different items. Why does everybody rely on the stupid terminal for installs?
It works perfectly for stuff like changing preferences, launching stuff for error outputs, launching stuff with short names etc but installing... no!
What I'm trying to say is; it failed.


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 Re: terminal = shit

 
 by bitzer on: Mar 26 2008
 
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Someone said: the big real bug for a software application is between the keyboard and the chair.

This means it's not terminal = shit but it's you who can't use terminal to compile this engine. Simply you don't have the ability ;) .


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 Re: Re: terminal = s

 
 by bitzer on: Mar 26 2008
 
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Anyway...if you use ubuntu follow this:

sudo aptitude install build-essential
sudo aptitude install libgtk2.0-dev

then enter aurora source directory and type:

./configure --prefix=/usr
make
make install

Simple, isn't it?


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 Re: terminal = shit

 
 by itix on: Mar 27 2008
 
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yeah, It's most probably me that is the failure here...
I did however manage to install UT 2004 demo via the terminal recently (proud xD )
Thanx for the help. Finally managed to compile it right.


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 Re: Re: terminal = s

 
 by bitzer on: Mar 27 2008
 
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You're welcome, man!


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