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Cobra

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  60868
Submitted:  May 20 2007
Updated:  May 29 2007

Description:


A dark, nearly black GTK2 theme. Contains borderless themes for Beryl (Emerald) and Metacity.

To resize windows using borderless themes (in Gnome at least), press Alt + Middle mouse button and drag the window. If there is any interest I could add Metacity and Emerald themes with borders later. If anyone needs more color variations, just ask.
[size=4]Installation:[/size]Download the package, extract it, open the folder and read the instructions file.
[size=4]Info:[/size]The Emerald themes has two versions, one with OSX-like buttons and another which resembles Vista buttons. The same applies to Metacity themes.

Firefox, Gaim and Open Office have some issues with dark themes. Fixes are provided in the instructions file.

Ubuntu users: Install the package 'gtk2-engines-pixbuf' to use the theme:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-pixbuf.




Changelog:


0.0.4
- Added an orange GTK2 theme.

0.0.3
- Removed the GTK2 theme script and replaced with tarballs instead.

0.0.2
- Made buttons a bit easier to see.
- Window decoration buttons makes more sense.
- Added a script called color-chooser.sh which obviously adds more color variations. You need to have ImageMagick installed to use it. See the instructions.

0.0.1
- First release.

[size=4]Known issues:[/size]- Problems with black text on dark background (or white on white) in some programs.
- Using larger Gnome (or Xfce) panels than 48 pixels does not look good.
- Insensitive text in menus are a bit hard to read. Same with blue link color.
- Checkboxes in Firefox may have wrong colors (but works).
- Search bar in Rhythmbox is hard to read.

Thanks to nanoflower and Neutronium for providing the basis for this theme.




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 firefox...

 
 by nameless on: May 22 2007
 
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Why do I still get black text color in firefox menu?
Anyone know how to fix this?


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 Re: firefox...

 
 by wulax on: May 22 2007
 
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I'm not sure why, but are you using any special Firefox theme? If so, perhaps that changes the menu color?


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 Re: Re: firefox...

 
 by nameless on: May 22 2007
 
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Yeah, I had some black firefox theme. I uninstalled it and it looks normal.


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 :D

 
 by Jeraller on: May 23 2007
 
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Coal :D

Amazing GTK :')


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 Invalid file type

 
 by xob on: May 22 2007
 
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I get an error when i try to install.. Invalid file type. And I have the newest gtk2-engines-pixbuf version!


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 Re: Invalid file typ

 
 by xob on: May 22 2007
 
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Im on ubuntu btw..


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 Re: Re: Invalid file

 
 by wulax on: May 22 2007
 
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Did you extract the package, open the folder, and install the parts separately?

This theme contains separate parts for Gtk2, Metacity, Emerald and Gnome-panel.


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 !

 
 by freakcode on: May 22 2007
 
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Looks good, and usable!


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 ...

 
 by AtazothX on: May 23 2007
 
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Okay, first of all, great theme, but before I go shouting praises from the mountain, good god at this color chooser script you've got going on here. I don't think you could have made the simple process of drag-dropping a theme more complicated. Nowhere in your instructions do you include any way to get different color themes working aside from just following the script. I'm hoping this is just a distro based problem since I'm not using ubuntu and you didn't have the foresight to take into account that not everybody is, because in truth, this is a great theme. I'd just rather have it in red right off the bat than spend a good chunk of my morning working towards something that should have been done in the first place.

Good god man, props on trying something different, but in the last hour I've spent trying to get this theme from blue to red, it's been made abundantly clear to me that sometimes it's not the best policy to go against the grain.

Until you can just package all of your color themes separately and let the users pick which theme to install, (Really, it's a lot less work than coding a script to choose it and input it into the root directory, etc.) I'm just going to use a different theme.


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 Re: ...

 
 by wulax on: May 24 2007
 
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Well, the reason I included a script instead of separate themes was to try and keep the file size down to save gnome-look some bandwidth. I guess it's not that a big deal though so I added the different themes by default.


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 Re: Re: ...

 
 by AtazothX on: May 26 2007
 
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Just downloaded the theme again to see the separately packaged tars, really loving the red and wanted to thank you for packaging them together.


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 Wonderful!

 
 by Hazuki on: May 24 2007
 
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This is one of the best things I've seen on the site. It's true-black, elegant, polished, quick (for its use of pixmaps), and easy on the eyes. Well-done!


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 Good Job

 
 by tgrisier on: May 24 2007
 
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Nice theme. Thanks for the hard work.


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