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  1. #121
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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    As I was able to find out, bg[INSENSITIVE] is a color of RB menu, Main menu and url-guess-popup variants in Firefox

    My problem is I can't change only color for 'url-guess-popup' background

    I don't actually know what 'url-guess-popup' real name. If you start type some firefox url in address bar, it will roll down with variants, that's it. And I desperately need to change it bg color.

    Please, give me a hand X)

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    Look at The Widget Laboratory, a Gtk theme viewer/editor.


    http://blog.mahboy.com/archives/174

    it's not so much an editor but a viewer loader, that lets you instantly see changes you have made to your thme.

    I have searched everywhere and this is the closest thing I can find at this time.

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.



    It's perfect tutorial, I have to learn it, thanks very much!

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    I have a question... How do I change the text color of cell items in a treeview, but only the cell items (without changing text[NORMAL] for the theme defaults?

    Sorry for my bad-level english!

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    nice thread!...

    I am experimenting with pixmap engine.

    How can i archive following things:

    1. Alternate row color for GtkMenuItems.
    2. Set bold font for GtkEntry or whole of the application?
    3. Set Background image to GtkTextView Widget.

    I tried some test but every thing seems to fail.
    can some one please explain this to me.


    Thanks,
    PP.

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    With your help, i edited Rezlooks-Soft-Gray


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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    Noob question; i'm trying to have menu bar items 'etched-in'. can anyone help me with that?

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    Quote Originally Posted by greco View Post
    Here's another one...

    I'm running Elegant-Brit and I love it. The only thing is that I would like to have the dark gray border around the windows as opposed to the default white. I tried searching the intraweb to find which settings I need to change in the gtkrc to get the border color I want but I am SOL.

    Does anyone know the attributes I need to add to the gtkrc file to change the border color of windows (gnome-terminal, firefox, etc..)

    Thanks in advance.
    Are you talking about the window borders with that 2 pixel white outline?... if you are then let me know which window manager you're using (xfwm4, metacity, emerald.. etc.)

    If you use xfwm4 with xfce4 then you would need to edit the xpm files (very easy)... I'm not sure how to do it with metacity (could maybe figure it out?), and with and emerald theme it should be easy to fix.

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    Quote Originally Posted by crimesaucer View Post
    Are you talking about the window borders with that 2 pixel white outline?... if you are then let me know which window manager you're using (xfwm4, metacity, emerald.. etc.)

    If you use xfwm4 with xfce4 then you would need to edit the xpm files (very easy)... I'm not sure how to do it with metacity (could maybe figure it out?), and with and emerald theme it should be easy to fix.
    no, i don't mean windows border's but that would be nice to know too, for metacity and emerald. more importantly, i want to know how to have a white outline under the text, and not all around the text, making it looked 'etched it'

    and see where it says 'option' here?
    it's only under the top text, not all around it

    Last edited by lancerocke; May 8th, 2010 at 07:21 AM.

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    Re: A Beginner "How To" for gtkrc themes.

    Quote Originally Posted by lion833 View Post


    It's perfect tutorial, I have to learn it, thanks very much!
    Thank you, the info is pretty old, and sort of incomplete... when I wrote this I was learning to theme gtkrc files through trial and error.

    But like I said, I stopped writing themes for the xfce4 engine and pretty much just use the murrine engine cause it looks so nice and is very easy to figure out and customize.

    Having recently switched to Gnome (less maintenance than the combo of xmonad and xfce4 that I had been using for the last few years), so this is one of my newer murrine looks:






    Quote Originally Posted by acidrums4 View Post
    I have a question... How do I change the text color of cell items in a treeview, but only the cell items (without changing text[NORMAL] for the theme defaults?

    Sorry for my bad-level english!

    Sorry, I'm not sure.
    Last edited by crimesaucer; May 8th, 2010 at 07:45 AM.

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