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OSX-Tiger theme

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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OSX-Tiger theme
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Submitted:  Apr 18 2007

Description:

This is my very first GTK-theme. It tries to imitate OSX Tiger operating system's Aqua theme. There are some differences, because GTK sets some limits what you can do and what not.

Theme uses some graphics from Glossy P theme.

This theme uses pixbuf engine so in Ubuntu you'll need to install gtk2-engines-pixbuf package.

I have written more about OSX imitating on my website www.taimila.com.




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 installation

 
 by c0l0rad05 on: Apr 18 2007
 
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I've done it! But the upper toolbar and the scroll bars didn't change...!


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 Re: installation

 
 by fuckingbugmenot on: Apr 21 2007
 
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I changed the settings a bit, cleaned the rough edges.

http://img452.imageshack.us/img452/6318/untitledum4.png

http://www.4shared.com/file/14470561/67386d05/OSX-theme-modtar.html


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 VERY NICE

 
 by xopher on: Apr 18 2007
 
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Very nice!

Not only the theme - but the great guide too!

A sub-section for how to patch gtk, or a more detailed installation guide for the macmenubar-applet would be a nice addition though. The guy who used to maintain the applet, doesn't anymore. That's why a how to about patching and compiling would be nice, someone else might take on the task of maintaining the package - if they just know how.

Thanks! Hyvää työtä!


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 Re: VERY NICE

 
 by Lauri on: Apr 19 2007
 
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Yeah, the macmenu can be confusing to install. Too bad, that it's not supported anymore by AqD, becuase it's a nice addition to Gnome although it's not perfect.

We'll see if I write this section in more detail in future. Now, I don't have time for that. Sorry :(


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 Flawless Job

 
 by biomega on: Apr 19 2007
 
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0,0

I'm realy impresed, this is too cool, a 100/100


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 more about TAB

 
 by mechiand on: Apr 19 2007
 
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Hi lauri, thanks for your reply.

The DreamAccurateTiger window border seems a pure beryl based theme. Is there any pure gnome/GTK window border? (Anyway I found some in gnome-look but not as good as your screenshot shows.)

The TAB, I mean, when pressing the <TAB> key, other UI components will get focus. For example, when the checkbox get focus, a thin-dotted-line border will be over the checkbox; when the textbox get focus, a blue line will be around the component. What is not doing well in the theme is when the button get focus, there is no very clear difference among other buttons. If this could be fixed(no need to be complicated, may be just thin-dotted-border is fine), it would be more useful.

I am really appreciated your work, again.


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 Re: more about TAB

 
 by Lauri on: Apr 19 2007
 
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Oh...ok. Now I see what you meant by this tab thing and you're right. It's not easy to navigate with keyboard, becuase there is no visual effect when button has focus. I see what I can do to make this better.


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 Re: Re: more about T

 
 by mechiand on: Apr 19 2007
 
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Well as this is a Gnome/GTK theme, I don't think it could be applied to the XFCE desktop environment. You may need to install gnome/gtk or have another gnome compatible linux distro.


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 how to

 
 by litium on: Apr 19 2007
 
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Hi,

I'm new in using linux an I have installed Dreamlinux with XFCE. I have no idea how to change the themes. can anybody tell me how to install OSX-Tiger theme in dreamlinux?

thx.


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 Re: how to

 
 by Goamaus on: Apr 19 2007
 
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Welcome to the Linux community :)
Just forget about the foreposters comment.. of course you can use this theme in XFCE :)

You have to unpack it into the .themes (don't forget the dot in front of it) folder under your home-directory (like /home/insertusername/.themes). You can do this with thunar-archiver or even file-roller, if installed.

Then open the XFCE controlcenter either via menu or by pressing ALT + F2 and typing xfce-setting-show
In "User Interface Settings" navigate to OSX-theme and apply.
Have fun :)


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 Re: Re: how to

 
 by litium on: Apr 20 2007
 
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Thank you for your help and for the nice "Wellcome". Your HowTo works perfectly. :-D


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 Customized version

 
 by fuckingbugmenot on: Apr 21 2007
 
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I changed the settings a bit, cleaned the rough edges.

http://img452.imageshack.us/img452/6318/untitledum4.png

http://www.4shared.com/file/14470561/67386d05/OSX-theme-modtar.html


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