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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 70%


Downloads:  34622
Submitted:  Sep 13 2008
Updated:  Jan 29 2011


My rendition of the Divinorum theme by Wulax

Now includes two color schemes:

- Purple
- Green

Required Engines: Pixmap, Murrine, Aurora

Firefox 3 Fix for unreadable text entry box, and buttons. Download file contains 7 files:

- Divinorum-Revisited-1.2F
- Divinorum-Revisited-1.2F-Mint
- userContent.css
- forms.css
- CrystalBlackMOD.emerald
- CrystalBlackMod_Mint.emerald

place the file "userContent.css" in ~/.mozilla/firefox/"bla.default"/chrome/ directory

place the file "forms.css" in where you have your firefox3/res directory. E.g. mine is /usr/share/apps/firefox3/res/

If you cannot locate your res folder there, try in /usr/lib/xulrunner-(version)/res/

NOTE: version number may be different

restart firefox.

(link to page: Divinorum-Revisited-GDM Login Theme)
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 by JohnnyJu on: Oct 23 2008
Score 50%
TheLinuxBeau tyProject

cool theme here, beautiful.
why 68%?
i would give it a 88%

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 yeah i concur!

 by donoterase on: Oct 26 2008
Score 50%

Yeah I think so too!! But hey, maybe it doesn't appeal to most.

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 by jardas on: Oct 27 2008
Score 50%

What's the font in the screenshots?




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 by CITguy on: Oct 31 2008
Score 50%
Self Motivated

I think the theme is great, but the main reason I marked it down was due to fg/bg contrast.

Not that the contrast is bad. The contrast between the text and background is great, but there's no visual distinction between different sections of text.

For example, in Nautilus, the text is the same color no matter if it is on a button or panel or window. I'd add a visual distinction (maybe a different color) to separate the different areas of the screen content.

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 ugly white shadows

 by JohnnyJu on: Jan 5 2009
Score 50%
TheLinuxBeau tyProject

crtice because of ugly white shadows on insensitive text.
on white themes that does not matter so much, but it is ultra-ugly on dark themes. it is possible to remove them, check my theme!

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 by NeTvAmPiRe70 on: Feb 3 2009
Score 50%

...where is the firefox fix?

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 Re: Firefox

 by NeTvAmPiRe70 on: Feb 3 2009
Score 50%

thanks for uploading the right file.

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