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GAIA

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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GAIA
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GAIA
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  40286
Submitted:  Jul 29 2007
Updated:  Jan 18 2008

Description:

A gtk2 theme for the GAIA Project at customize.org.
Requires the pixmap-engine and
the mist-engine (optional) to remove white shadow from insensitive text.

If you don't know what it is, have a look at gaia.customize.org. There are nice wallpapers to choose from.

Enjoy!!




Changelog:

Version 0.4: Fixed background problems of Create Launcher dialog and Shutdown dialog.

Version 0.3: Fixed issues with xfce-panel

Version 0.2: Resized scrollbar width
Changed colour of scrollbar arrow (insensitive)
Resized Panelbuttons
Minor tweaks




LicenseGPL
(Emerald)
(Xfwm)
(Fluxbox)
(Metacity)
(Pekwm)
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 Fantastic!

 
 by auntaunt on: Jul 29 2007
 
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Another great one from u lyrae! Just plain awesome!


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 Re: Fantastic!

 
 by lyrae on: Jul 30 2007
 
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Thanks


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 Minor fixes needed

 
 by malwk on: Jul 29 2007
 
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Very nice job. I like it very much, at least it is something new (thanks God not based on the clearlooks again!!)

I have noticed some minor glitches here and there.
* scrollbars - the slider is bigger than the box and it looks strange, meaning nothing like the one on the screen shot of the project, please try to fix this, almost every app has a scrollbar.
* Entries - In epiphany there is a class (EphyLocationBar or something like that) that has actually two entries in each other. When the widget is active it is drawn perfectly (congrats for that, most themers never got that) but when it is not the focused widget they actually look like two entries (the text entry being inside the other where the icons are displayed next to the smaller entry) Can you please polish that?
* The scrollbar arrows - well, the gecko embedding apps has this - the scrollbar arrows do not get the INSENSITIVE state. Any idea on that?
* The Toolbar buttons - I have to admin the GtkButtons are the greatest part of it all, realy really good work, but why are the Toolbar buttons so inconsistent with the rest of the theme? Sorry to say it but they just don't look right with the rest. Maybe the toolbar btns could look mire like the regular buttons?


Thanks and keep going with the great work.


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 Re: Minor fixes need

 
 by lyrae on: Jul 30 2007
 
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Thanks. I will look into these glitches. Nothing wrong with the toolbar, that is what they use in windows so l'll leave it alone.


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 Re: Minor fixes need

 
 by Ashura on: Aug 3 2007
 
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Just in case someone wants to change the button style, change these two linies in the gtkrc:

widget_class "*Tool*GtkToggleButton" style "toolbuttons"
widget_class "*Tool*GtkButton" style "toolbuttons"

to those:

widget_class "*Tool*GtkToggleButton" style "button"
widget_class "*Tool*GtkButton" style "button"

It really looks much better this way, IMO.


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 icons

 
 by glutsemi on: Jul 30 2007
 
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how do you port the icons?


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 Re: icons

 
 by lyrae on: Jul 31 2007
 
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Convert the *ico to *png using this http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Convert_Windows_icons, then copy the .png to any existing .png in your icon theme. I only copied a few. Someone is going to port them but you will have to wait a while.


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 ...

 
 by longfinkillie on: Aug 3 2007
 
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Copacetic.
(>_<)!


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 start-here.svg

 
 by syassami on: Aug 4 2007
 
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Hey lyrae, great theme once again!

I tried to make a start-here.svg based off of your screenshot, but it ends out not leveling with the bar, like this

http://img483.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshotrj3.png

Can you tell me how you made yours or can you share yours?


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 Re: start-here.svg

 
 by lyrae on: Aug 5 2007
 
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That is why I used a background image on the gnome-panel. Unfortunately, you can't do that on xfce4-panel. I tried leveling the start button with the panel but it is impossible.


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 RE: Start-here

 
 by syassami on: Aug 5 2007
 
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wow, i never thought of that. smart.

your themes are great.


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