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Murrine-Colors

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 72%
Murrine-Colors
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  34825
Submitted:  Mar 25 2008
Updated:  Apr 30 2008

Description:

This theme is aimed for people who just want a simple, fast and native interface with many color options. It's also designed with new linux users in mind, by providing simple, thorough instructions. A matching set of Wallpapers, GDM themes and Usplash screens can also be downloaded below.

There are four color variations (Orange, Blue, Green, Red) and TWO designs; light and dark. You can create even more color-schemes through GNOME's appearance preferences, using the included tango palette for color suggestions!

Important, must read or clowns will eat you:
This theme depends on the latest murrine engine SVN. I've compiled (Rev. 136, 01/23/09) MurrineSVN for Ubuntu Intrepid. You can get it by clicking on the correct package for your architecture:
i386: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?hidiztmmmye
AMD 64: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?g2axyi02gyo

- There is a legacy version for previous version of the Murrine engine (Ubuntu Hardy/Murrine 0.5.3.1)

- Inside the gtkrc files there are extensive line-by-line instructions and tips for customizing most aspects of the theme!

- GNOME-Colors are set as the default icons for the themes. Be sure to download them to get the full experience!

- This theme uses gradient panel backgrounds by default. If you plan to use Transparent/Custom panels, please disable my panels by editing either the gtkrc or panel.rc files like the included instructions tell you to.

- My X-Colors metacity borders are not selected by default, due to their non-conservative nature. You can choose them in gnome's appearance preferences if you wish to use them.

- Some linux apps are not too friendly to dark themes yet. It's up to their developers to improve this. Keep this in mind when using any dark theme.

- If you want root/super user applications to be themed, you must type in a terminal:
sudo ln -s ~/.themes /root

-This theme is not compatible with Murrine SVN.

- Feel free to try Clearlooks-Colors or Nodoka-Colors for alternate takes on this theme.

Please:
If you must vote down, or if there is something you dislike, leave a comment so I can improve it!




Changelog:

3.0 + SVN:
-Made the SVN version the primary download.

3.0 (09/12/08):
-Minor improvements.
-Minor improvements to metacities/emeralds.
-Now based on Shiki-Colors' newer gtkrc, for better instructions and easier modifications.
-New "SVN" edition, designed for the upcoming Murrine SVN engine.




LicenseGPL
(Murrine-Colors SVN (For Murrine SVN Rev. 136+))
(Murrine-Colors (For Murrine 0.5.3.1/Ubuntu Hardy))
(Wallpapers)
(GDM themes)
(Usplash boot-screens)
(GNOME-Colors Icon Themes)
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 mis-aligned icons

 
 by d3br074 on: Apr 10 2008
 
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for some reason when I use this theme with DeltaGreen icons the back and forward browser icons are misaligned in nautilus. Some icon themes seem to work well enough, but I don't know...the previous version of your theme didn't do this. Maybe you could look into it?


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 Re: mis-aligned icons

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 10 2008
 
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Thanks for letting me know, I looked into this but apparently it's not a theme issue. I installed that icon pack, and the buttons were misaligned in nautilus and firefox with every theme. The issue is that the back button doesn't have the same height placement as the forward button, like this: http://img245.imageshack.us/img245/3448/screenshotko0.png

You should let the author of that icon theme know, so he can fix it.


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 Re: Re: mis-aligned icons

 
 by d3br074 on: Apr 10 2008
 
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oh thanks. its funny i didn't notice this before.


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 impressive

 
 by d3br074 on: Apr 12 2008
 
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each release gets better and better and so quickly too! you seem to almost be predicting all the possible things about the theme that I could imagine need to be changed: the emerald borders, the spacing of gtk elements...etc. Keep up the good work. my desktop is such a glorious wise green now!


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 Re: impressive

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 12 2008
 
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thanks! I try to implement fixes or new ideas as soon as I have the time. If you (or anyone) has any suggestions about things you might want me to add or change, please let me know.


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 Whoah!

 
 by mr-andrek on: Apr 19 2008
 
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Seriously, one of the best and most fabulous themes I've ever seen.

However, would you mind creating murrina-human (or other light themes, not the dark ones) with a dark panel? The light one doesn't match well with my wallpaper. Thanks in advance.


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 Re: Whoah!

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 19 2008
 
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I'm glad you like it, I don't think I can maintain another set of themes (since I have 3 themes and 8 variations per) but I might add an option for dark panels inside the file, so you can get them by just uncommenting two or three lines.


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 Re: Whoah!

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 20 2008
 
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ok, I added a dark panel option... just open the gtkrc file, and in the panel section uncomment the lines it tells you to. It's just a quick hack, and if you don't like the panel background, it at least lightens the fonts so you can use your own custom dark panel.


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 Re: Re: Whoah!

 
 by mr-andrek on: Apr 20 2008
 
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Thanks a lot! This is exactly what I wanted!


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 Eye-candy version

 
 by Kuisma on: Apr 20 2008
 
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Could you make an eyecandy version of this theme? It might include coloured scrollbar and glossy buttons and also new tabs.


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 Re: Eye-candy version

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 20 2008
 
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you can already have that.. there are instructions inside the gtkrc file, thinks like scrollbar colors, sizes and gloss of all widgets can be adjusted usually by editing one or two lines. the file tells you what each line or setting does, so you just need to read the instructions in blue. as for the tabs, there's no way to change them without using pixmaps, and depending too much on them might hinder the flexibility in color choices.


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 Re: Re: Eye-candy version

 
 by Kuisma on: Apr 23 2008
 
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Yes. Now i have done it. But one thing is still in my mind, can I made the scrollbar to pick up the colour from the selected background?


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 Re: Re: Re: Eye-candy version

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 23 2008
 
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You can't. This is a limitation of the current murrine engine, the only way to get around it would be to use clearlooks scrollbars instead or to use the unstable version of murrine 0.6.


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 panel image height

 
 by jonathanmotes on: Apr 29 2008
 
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I usually use a panel height between 26 and 32 pixels, Could you possibly provide a version with larger panels or make it automatically adjust (I've seen this done, however I'm not sure how it is accomplished.)

Thanks


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 Re: panel image height

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 30 2008
 
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I've been working on a new version already, thanks for letting me know. I don't think scaling can be done, but I'll try to include 28px, 32px, and 48px panels as well. You'll be able to select the one you want by editing the gtkrc file.


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 Request

 
 by Wapush on: Apr 30 2008
 
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Hi

Firstly, thank you very much for all your themes!

I just want to ask you if it would be possible to add these two lines to the panel.rc of your themes to make them compatible with the Xfce4 panels?

widget "*Xfce*Panel*" style "clearlooks-panel"
class "*Xfce*Panel*" style "clearlooks-panel"

Thanks!


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 Re: Request

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 30 2008
 
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I'll add those lines and test it in a Xubuntu live cd. thanks for the tip!


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 Re: Request

 
 by perfectska04 on: Apr 30 2008
 
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ok, i reuploaded it with those lines. the light versions don't have it enabled by default, though, since when I tested xubuntu the panel sizes were never consistent (the trash applet seems to enlarge the bottom panel). You can now however, just uncomment those settings from the panel.rc files to get xfce gradient panels.


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 Re: Re: Request

 
 by Wapush on: Apr 30 2008
 
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Thank you for your reply!

This can also do it as an alternative:
widget_class "*Panel*" style "clearlooks-panel"
widget "*Panel*" style "clearlooks-panel"
class "*Panel*" style "clearlooks-panel"

I don't know for Xubuntu, I don't use it.


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