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Alien 933k (Aurora)

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Alien 933k (Aurora)
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Downloads:  8595
Submitted:  Sep 25 2007
Updated:  Feb 8 2008

Description:

The Screenshot is distorted because my screen is too big (1440x900) so the PNG is very very compressed.

The icon theme is Titanium (codename: Beyond) a personal theme which I am developing in my spare time.

My new font is artwiz Snap, artwiz fonts are available this days for most distributions, you can see all the related info here: http://fluxbox.sourceforge.net/docbook/en/html/app-artwiz.html

My "Window Manager" is Xmonad and I have written the metering bars from my own so I don't have anything to do with Beryl or Metacity. This is a GTK2 theme ;)
If you want a theme for those WMs there's a plethora which would be great for matching this one, select the one working better for you.

A lot of thanks to all the positive voters, your support keeps me releasing themes!

If you do experiment annoyances with your browser here's the solution: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Darkfix+%28+easy+fix+for+browsers+%29?content=74504
A major tailored next release is behind the door ;) Wait just a few time if you want it for everyday use.




Changelog:

* A single line was changed to please people who like "menu icons".
If you want the default behavior, adjust your settings from Gnome or remove the (#) symbol at the very last line in the file:
"home/you/.themes/alien933k/gtkrc-2.0/gtkrc"




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 websites problems

 
 by juanfra on: Sep 28 2007
 
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for example this
http://foro.powers.cl/viewtopic.php?t=235572&highlight=
if you look the letters, they are not black, but if i set that colour, then in nautilus i'll see nothing...
other example is this page
http://www.latercera.cl/lt3/portada/0,4427,3255_5658,00.html
the background is the same than in naitilus...
i would resolve this problems changing the colours, but then i'd lose your great work mixing the tones...
i use firefox 2.0.0.6 in ubuntu feisty, and is the package installed from the repositories
thanks for your interest


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 Re: websites problem

 
 by code933k on: Sep 28 2007
 
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No problem... you are right! There is an annoyance there. I'll solve that very soon. Meanwhile, go to your browser's preferences and check let the web pages specify their own colors or something alike.

I have Firefox 2.0.0.7 but there are not enough differences between both of them. For me, (with "own colors" enabled) The first page looks fine, while the second made clear your point. It is ugly as used to be with other dark themes...

Whatever, stick around as I point the solution at the main description or the changelog of this theme.

Please, post again if you get your browser working then.


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 Solved !!

 
 by code933k on: Sep 28 2007
 
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Issue your browser search window and look for "monkeys" at this very page. You'll find faster the correction!

Note: That should work for every other dark themes from now on.

That's the most simple "hack" ever ;)

Cheers!


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 Nice

 
 by deniskin82 on: Sep 28 2007
 
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Nice theme.

What font on your second screenshot?

Thanks


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 Re: Nice

 
 by code933k on: Sep 28 2007
 
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HandelGot (it's the default at some Mac series) I really don't know whether it is freely available or not. So I can't publish the info here, I've took that screenshot into another computer.

Thanks for your comments.


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 Bug

 
 by denisesballs on: Sep 28 2007
 
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I've noticed a small bug when you hover over the navigation buttons in Firefox it put a blue box behind it that doesn't look very smooth: http://jesse.homedns.org:443/~jesse/theme.png


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 Re: Bug ???

 
 by code933k on: Sep 28 2007
 
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I really appreciate your feedback here, and pointing a screenshot about that.

Yep! I already have noticed that "bug".

It is the price you pay for using Firefox. It is not GTK-2.x compliant and I can't do anything to solve that inconvenience. Unless I make bad changes over all the other GTK compliant applications, loosing the general effect.

I made my best to solve the common font issues over dark backgrounds. And really, I've found that thing curiously beauty when I saw it at the first time.

We can't blame Firefox it is a "great" browser. Though, I stay with Epiphany.


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 wow ^^

 
 by iwoz on: Sep 28 2007
 
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cuuuuute^^
cool shots and theme!!!
whichsoever panel do you use on second shot? thanx ^^


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 Re: wow ^^

 
 by code933k on: Sep 28 2007
 
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Thanks! Enjoy it ;)
http://fbpanel.sourceforge.net/


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 bugs

 
 by denisesballs on: Sep 29 2007
 
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2 more "bugs". When you type into a text field in Firefox, it's black text on a black field and you can't read it at all. And also, when talking on gaim, the persons color is almost identical to the color their name should change then they are typing.


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 Re: bugs

 
 by code933k on: Sep 29 2007
 
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Please give me a look about that. Pidgin works fine for me "at both computers". Indeed the text should appear almost white over a dark-blueish-green. Perhaps I'll publish my screenshot later.

As for Firefox, look at the solution over here. If nothing helps you, please post versions and those nice screenshots that you are used to post, also some web pages for referencing the issue here.

Thanks for your concern.


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 METHACITY?

 
 by Cygoku on: Feb 8 2008
 
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Where is methacity in all that? :(

Cygoku


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 Re: METACITY?

 
 by code933k on: Feb 8 2008
 
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You can chose your Metacity theme at will. I don't use Metacity WM but Xmonad so there's no metacity.


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