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Slickness Black

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 73%
Slickness Black
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  339234
Submitted:  Jan 8 2008
Updated:  Feb 18 2008

Description:

This is a very very black modification of
my slickness theme.
I made it cause someone here at gnome-look
asked if I could.

New feature since version 0.3:
You can now choose colors using gnome
theme manager.
It is my very first try at something like this so it might not work exactly as planned.

Feedback of any kind is always welcome :D

To fix browser problems go here:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Darkfix+%28+easy+fix+for+browsers+%29?content=74504

that fix will fix all your browser problems :)

A HUGE thanks to code933k for making it!!

!!!IMPORTANT!!!

To install:
1.Download the file to your desktop
2.Right click the file and select extract here
3.open a terminal and run these commands:
first:
sudo cp -r $HOME/Desktop/SlicknesS-black /usr/share/themes
second:
sudo chmod 777 /usr/share/themes/SlicknesS-black/Slickness-black.jpg

4.Open the theme manager, you can now
see the SlicknesS-black theme as a theme,
when you click on it , it suggests
taners amazing wallpaper he made for this theme!!
click apply to apply the wallpaper!

the icon theme it suggests is this one:

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/black-white+2+Style?content=72619

any problems with the install let me know!!!!

One REALLY HUGE thank you to artist Taner
for his fantastic wallpaper!

Gerva has made a fix that fixes openoffice problems! :
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Openoffice+fix+for+slickness+black+theme?content=77415

Thanks Gerva!




Changelog:

0.1 Fixed some bugs, Improved look of overall look, (should be more usable now)
changed look of toolbar and other things.

0.1.1 Fixed a bug where when you renamed a file
in nautilus you couldn't see the cursur.

0.2 Changed the colorscheme a little, a bit brighter now (but it's easier to spot some widgets that has focus etc.)
Some other minor changes.

0.3 You don't like my colorscheme?
choose your own colors in gnome theme manager. (just click restore to defaults
if something goes wrong).

0.3.2 Changed default colorscheme again and
improved the active/selected/normal colorshading
Fixed a bug that made some trayicons to
be drawn 1 pixel too low (Many thanks to
Moomex for that!!!!!!) ,made some minor tweaking to some elements (ie tabs are smaller now).

0.4 Made new scrollbar-sliders (older ones
where hard to spot), made completely new
entry style, fixed some uglyness in genereal. new listheaders. (in the first
screenshot I use macmenu hack version,
but this looks exactly like it except
for the menubar ofc)

0.5 Changed the scrollbarsliders a little,
removed the shadow from inactive fonts (as requested)
,included a fix for firefox (not mine).

0.5.1 Managed to remove the disabled font
shadow on treeview text too, (if you find
it someplace else let me know)

0.5.5 Fixed a bug where gimp showed ugly widgets
and removed the spacing between metacity
buttons.

0.6 Fixed a bug where various apps inherited
the toolbar style.

0.6.2 Fixed more bugs... Gimp should look
fine now.

0.8 Now comes as a full theme package,
Including Taners amazing wallpapaer!!
plus I fixed some bugs and improved some stuff.

0.9 You can now have white input boxes
(as shown on screenshot 2) cause I changed
some color inheritance (combobox now has
different inhertitance and cursor in
box inherits text color).




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 like it

 
 by Debianized on: Jan 17 2008
 
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I like the new scrollbars, very nice and adds some polish. I wonder what will be the next improvement :-)


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 Re: like it

 
 by Debianized on: Jan 17 2008
 
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I also recommend this theme to be included in a default gnome install.


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 Good theme!

 
 by aiker on: Jan 18 2008
 
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But I think insensitive text with shadow effect looks a bit harder to sense. In firefox that text looks as simply #454545 colored text. How I can manually change gtkrc file to do this?


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 Firefox input boxes

 
 by someguydude on: Jan 18 2008
 
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In this update, input boxes have a dark grey background and the text in it is black, so sites with a built-in search box (not to mention message boards) are now really difficult to use.

Otherwise, a good update.


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 Thanks and hmm

 
 by TheRob on: Jan 18 2008
 
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I really thank you guys for your lovely comments!!

highly appreciated! :D

As for the insensitive text, you are right,
I will change that color to next release.
(I don't know how to remove the shadow completely)

I will try to fix the firefox input boxes,
but that happens because firefox is not a
gtk app. Firefox 3 will integrate to gnome
desktop better (I tried it the other day,
no problems with fonts there) ,but I will
try to find a workaround for the problem.
Be sure to have unchecked the box "use system colors"
as I mentioned in the description.

btw, I am not happy with the new scrollbar
sliders , so I probably improve/change
them to next release :) I am glad
that you like the new style on them :D

//Robert


\"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!\" -Denis Leary
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 shadow

 
 by Debianized on: Jan 18 2008
 
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removing the shadow from inactive fonts is a big improvement.


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 Awesome theme! but..

 
 by clubikimakuri on: Jan 19 2008
 
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Thanks so much for this great theme! Definitely the best for me.

But, when I try to run the firefox fix listed in the description I get this error:

bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('

I'm sure I'm just making some noob mistake, but after trying to work things out on my own I'm stuck.

Could you offer some advice please? Thanks.


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