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XNTricity

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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XNTricity
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  53400
Submitted:  Apr 6 2008
Updated:  Dec 17 2009

Description:

My Initial Attempt at a custom theme for GNOME.

Remember to select the XNTricity window theme from the "Appearances" dialogue.

Thanks to TheRob for the Slickness Menubar and Metacity theme.

Stupid OpenOffice is still playing the fool with menubars! Managed a mild workaround though.

NOTE: Panel theming is enabled by default. It only supports horizontal panels.If you want to change the background or use vertical panels, then you can modify Panel/gtkrc and change line 18
Quote:

# Change this to the background image for the panel that
# you want. Disable it to use a custom image. NOTE: you will also have
# to disable a bunch of other lines (marked) below.
bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "Panel/panel-bg-black-24.png"


to

Quote:

# Change this to the background image for the panel that
# you want. Disable it to use a custom image. NOTE: you will also have
# to disable a bunch of other lines (marked) below.
# bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "Panel/panel-bg-black-24.png"


Then choose a new panel background from the panel properties. There are some in the Panel folder in the theme directory. The gtkrc doesn't properly support translucent panels, but you can use a translucent one using this method.


GTK2 Theme Engines Required:
* Murrine
* Clearlooks
* Pixmap/Pixbuf
* Crux

The icon theme is Gnome Colours - Noble.

The following scrollbars are available:
1. Black Denim (default)
2. Slickness
3. Aero

Comment all but the one you want in the toplevel gtkrc at around line 280.




Changelog:

Apr, 6th 2008

- Updated screenshots.
- Colour Scheme Change.

Apr, 8th 2008

- Updates for netstatus and fast user switcher font colours.

Apr, 26th 2008

- Colour scheme updates.
- Updated Menus to Slickness Black (thanks to TheRob)
- Scrollbar choices of Default, Aero & Slickness
- Bug Fixes (like toggle button)
- Changed toolbar colouring
- Updated Screenshots

Thanks to etiennealaurent`s LiNsta theme for the Aero scrollbar option.

Apr 26th, 2008 - Part II

- Major gtkrc overhaul. More flexible and better documentation. Provides some new options.
- Minor tweaks
- New Panel buttons from Murrina Aero
- Fixed: Treeview style
- Automatically set the panel background

Apr 27th, 2008

- Updated Screenshots
- Fixed: disabled control text
- Fixed: progress bar text colours

May 4th, 2008

- Updated Screens, for fonts and iconset

May 25th, 2008

- Changes colour scheme slight to account for my gamma correction.
- Fix contrast.

Oct 09th, 2009

- Some fixes for new Gnome stuff
- Change scrollies
- Other Updates

Oct 10th, 2009

- Updated scrollies

Oct 11th, 2009

- Soften scrollbar trough
- Revert to old sliders

Dec 17th, 2009

- De-colour scrollbars
- Fix for GIMP toolboxes
- Minor panel change




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 Cool!

 
 by TheRob on: Apr 6 2008
 
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looks cool!

I have been thinking about doing something
similar myself (and I've been asked to) ,
of course I don't mind you using my stuff!

Keep up the good work!

//Robert


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

 
 by mflaig on: Apr 8 2008
 
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I really like your theme. Thanks.

Just a few comments on it.

When using metacity resizing of windows is working fine with the bottom border, but after switching to desktop effects and compiz decorator you cannot resize horizontaly with the mouse.

Maybe it's just a ubuntu hardy issue.

the openoffice workaround works, but it would be nicer to have the dark menu in oo.org, too. Seems like oo.org is not reading the right color for the menu font, right?


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 Re: very nice theme

 
 by savyasachi on: Apr 8 2008
 
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Yes, OO has some issues with adhering to menubar/menuitem colours. The behaviour also varies between 2.3 and 2.4. There seems to be a workaround though. Try
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Openoffice+fix+for+slickness+black+theme?content=77415

I'll be integrating this when I get some time.

Compiz does seem to behave strangely with window decorations that don't have a side border, but there are workarounds; You can resize by dragging the window with the middle mouse button and ALT depressed (from anywhere in the window).

Also, I think there is a slickness for emerald somewhere on gnome-look. I believe emerald works fine. Try a search for "slickness".

Hope this helps!




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 Re: Re: very nice theme

 
 by mflaig on: Apr 9 2008
 
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the slickness hack is the same you mentioned in the description.

just to let you know. firefox3 has the same problem. I'm using epiphany anyway, so no real issue for me.

i would say this is a bug in the ff3 and oo.org gtk gui wrapper, will search for a bugreport and open one if there isn't one, yet.

will try emerald, thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: very nice theme

 
 by savyasachi on: Apr 9 2008
 
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I'm using FF3 with the theme. It requires updating the UserChrome.css file as mentioned in the Description.


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 WOW

 
 by zecoj on: Apr 27 2008
 
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WOW
I'm a very picky one but this theme amazed me right away. Nice job and thank you!

PS: Could you make the bottom of the metacity theme smaller to maybe 2px?


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 Re: WOW

 
 by zecoj on: Apr 27 2008
 
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Nevermind, I got the bottom hacked.


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 Re: Re: WOW

 
 by savyasachi on: Apr 27 2008
 
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Thanks. Let me know if you have any ideas for improvement.


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 My Love Song

 
 by TehranDestroyer2 on: Apr 30 2008
 
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removed


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 Re: My Love Song

 
 by savyasachi on: May 1 2008
 
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eh?


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 Some explain...

 
 by someguydude on: May 4 2008
 
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What's so different between this and Slickness. It looks like Slickness with a slightly transparent metacity and the theme overall being less dark grey.


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 Re: Some explain...

 
 by savyasachi on: May 4 2008
 
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The only things slickness and this theme have in common are menubar/titlebar and the scrollbars.

It is pretty different, perhaps install the two and compare. I don't really know how to describe it.

Anyways, Slickness cooler :-)


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 opacity dock

 
 by kronxito on: May 5 2008
 
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Hello, how do you get the transparency of the dock without affecting the icons or the tittles?


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 Re: opacity dock

 
 by savyasachi on: May 5 2008
 
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Open the file gtkrc-2.0/Panel/gtkrc and comment the lines marked. One says bg_pixmap[NORMAL]... and the other has
widget "*Panel*" style "theme-panel-item-editor"

(Add a # at the start of the lines)

Then right-click on the panel, select properties and change the background picture. There are some transparent backgrounds in the gtkrc-2.0/Panel folder in the theme folder.


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 Re: Re: opacity dock

 
 by savyasachi on: May 5 2008
 
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Sorry. the folder is /path/to/XNTricity/gtk-2.0/Panel and not gtkrc-2.0/Panel


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