I think it's dead.
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I think it's dead.
I see progress, you've really been sticking with it Cecil, good for you. I'll look forward to it being ready for mass consumption. Be well my friend.
Busy with life. Been living 50' from the Gulf from Jul-Oct, just moved into a new rental a little further inland but better layout & no landlord hassles.
Been using Arch (Cinnarch...
Well Wayland is in Gnome shell's future. http://worldofgnome.org/gnomes-10-big-goals-for-201314/
~samriggs Old Steampunk 3.4 Gnome shell theme
(Work in Progress)
Firefox text fix goes inside the theme name/gtk-2.0/gtkrc (or an app fix in the gtk-2.0/styles) This should work with all problematic dark themes in Firefox.
You could also try it in...
Don't know if you guys encounter this alot, but I used to when dealing with dark GTK themes, but have been meaning to share it.
Some dark themes have always been a problem with the text entry...
Been doing a little more with this one lately.
That's wild Vin. :)
It's coming along.
I like the copper tones.
Very nice! :)
gnome-color-chooser only works on gtk-2.0. Firefox is gtk-2.0, Nautilus is gtk-3.0, which is why in a previous post traditionalist was unable to change things in Nautilus, etc..
That being said,...
Well it's easy to get confused, 18 months ago the "ubuntu-desktop" was gnome2. Then Unity got thrown in the mix & it became ubuntu-desktop. To add to the confusion the first Ubuntu had Unity, which...
Between Gnome & Canonical it's easy enough to get that way these days.
Old & new thrown together and I don't think they differentiated things very well.
:D It happens, I do it. I used to do it a lot. :)
Dave & I did veer from the stated topic, but it was directly related. My comments in reference to the Gtk were just some random thoughts about...
There are only a few legacy apps that use gtk-2.0 on 12.04.
If you guys are trying to customize gnome-fallback that would be a different thread.
Ubuntu with Gnome Shell: How do I change the font size in top panel
I appreciate the enthusiasm guys but if you're not going to read the thread before "helping", at least read the title. :)
No it doesn't. That's gnome-color-chooser, & he's not using gnome-shell. All that's doing is writing custom gtkrc file, which is gtk-2.0. This does nothing to the panel on Gnome shell, it doesn't...
Interesting, it looks like gnome-color-chooser quite a bit. But it does gtk3 too? Does it do shell themes? I couldn't make it out looking at the images.
Just make sure you have gnome-tweak-tool installed. Create ~/.themes if it doesn't exist. Download a theme, put it in the ~/.themes directory & extract it. Open gnome-tweak-tool, open the Themes...
Depending on how you've installed your custom themes they could either be in ~/.themes/<theme name>/gtk-3.0 if you installed for local user. /usr/share/themes/<etc> for global.
Yeah, if you can...
If he can pass that via daemon to the shell theme after reading it from a .conf file or the gtk theme, it should be possible to do something similar to @define_color, like the gtk3 .css. which to me...
It started with the best of intentions.
Glad to help all I can.