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Well, I think there are a lot of new themers who have
trouble understanding gtkrc and think that the widget
factory is some magical app that once you have that
installed and you know how to use it theming becomes
very easy.

So this group I thought I'd start because I know there
are a lot of experienced themers here with a lot of
knowledge and a lot of new themers which have a lot
of questions.

This would be the place to discuss possible bugs
and fixes and ideas and such.

I think we need a place like this because:
"No problem should ever have to be solved twice."

Join if you have any knowledge in gtkrc or are interested
in starting making themes and contributing to this
site!

Useful links:

Object hierarchy (very useful for figuring out how to assign different classes and widgets and for figuring out why things got messed up during your last edit): http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk/stable/ch01.html

Nice set of useful links on a number of topic: http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/UsefulLinks

Well linked theming tutorial: http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GtkThemes

Yet another guide to theming: http://orford.org/gtk/

Another great set of links (some to the ones above, but there are more): http://www.gtk.org/documentation.html

You can spend a lot of time clicking around live.gnome.org's stuff and get a lot of really useful information.

http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk/unstable/

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 ThinICE engine

 
 by crimeboy on: Dec 17 2008
 
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Hi, i have this gtk2 theme: http://pastie.org/341361 but i have a problem with firefox color font of menu bar, can someone help ?


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 Re: ThinICE engine

 
 by Puli on: Dec 17 2008
 
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Edit the font colour in the chrome css.


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 Re: Re: ThinICE engine

 
 by Puli on: Dec 17 2008
 
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try this

menubar, menubutton, menu, menuitem, menupopup, popup > * {
color: #d7d7d7 !important;
}


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 Re: Re: Re: ThinICE engine

 
 by Puli on: Dec 17 2008
 
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Sorry I thought it was a dark theme, that was for a dark theme but just change the colour to fit at the best with your colour scheme.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ThinICE engine

 
 by crimeboy on: Dec 20 2008
 
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im just want keep solution on gtkrc file


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: ThinICE engine

 
 by TheRob on: Dec 20 2008
 
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there is none, only way to do it is css


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 Pager applet

 
 by weakhead on: Dec 17 2008
 
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Hi there.
How can I modify look of Workspace Switcher in GNOME? I don't know what widget it is and how to modify it.


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 Re: Pager applet

 
 by JohnnyJu on: Dec 17 2008
 
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hi, once i had to apply some settings to the panel's tomboy-applet and i did it like this:
widget "*TomboyApp*" style "panel"

another time i had to apply some settings to tomboy's tool-bar, and that i did it like this:
widget_class "*Tomboy*Toolbar*" style "tom-toolbar"

but of course, this with fiddling around till it worked, hehe..

hope this info helps..


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 Re: Re: Pager applet

 
 by weakhead on: Dec 18 2008
 
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I think that's the way.
But I still can't find pager's name and I don't know what attributes I can use to modify its size and look...


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 Re: Re: Re: Pager applet

 
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are you talking about the Workspace Switcher 2.24.XX ?

because if yes,
it is using the selected / active / normal base or bg colors.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Pager applet

 
 by weakhead on: Dec 18 2008
 
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Thanks!
It works!
Widget "*Pager*" is the one!
Setting x and y thickness to 0 will disable ugly border lines around workspace's fields.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Pager applet

 
 by JohnnyJu on: Dec 20 2008
 
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cool! glad you made it!
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 good news on ugly white shadow

 
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hello everyone,
recently i posted a question here regarding the ugly white shadows on insensitive text/icons, which loks awful specially on dark themes.

now i discovered something which i want to share with you:

i am using pixmap and murrine-engine.

everything that is listed as "widget_class" turns on ugly shadows.

if there is something like
widget_class "*Nautilus*Blabla*" style "toolbar"
than nautilus gets ugly white shadows on toolbar.

if there is something like
widget_class "*Tomboy*" style "menubar"
than tomboy gets ugly white shadows on menubar.

and so on.
it was quite a job to get everything set without as many "widget_class" as possible, but it is possible through "widget" and "class" and i got now a nice dark theme without ugly white shadows.

check your themes!
it is worth it.

byebye


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 GtkTreeView Row Transparency

 
 by CITguy on: Jan 28 2009
 
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I want to set the background color of the rows to be transparent so that I can see the widget behind it.

Does anybody know if this is possible?
Native to GTK? Pixmap? If so, how?

This is important for a GDM project.


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 Starting place for themes

 
 by jameshardy88 on: Jan 28 2009
 
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Hey, im very new at creating themes other than hashing together icon themes and mixing and matching existing themes metacity and buttons i have literally no experience, however i am very keen to learn, where can i find some good resources to get me going?


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 Re: Starting place for themes

 
 by code933k on: Jan 28 2009
 
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Check out above. Rob put the links right at the group's description.

Good luck.


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 Hp Netbook theme on Desktop

 
 by cb2k on: Feb 10 2009
 
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http://lifehacker.com/5147379/get-hps-dark+themed-mini-look-on-your-ubuntu-desktop

http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=6680821&postcount=17


Been modding mine all day... :)


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