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fuscia
January 28th, 2008, 05:26 AM
I'm missing a conky setup, not sure what I want to use so I've left that out.

Is there anything that will could help make my desktop more visually stimulating?

do you mean that one in particular, or your desktops in general (your desktops have a very consistent style, or i wouldn't have asked)?

~LoKe
January 28th, 2008, 05:42 AM
do you mean that one in particular, or your desktops in general (your desktops have a very consistent style, or i wouldn't have asked)?

In general. I'd like to switch it up a bit.

What is in a name?
January 28th, 2008, 05:48 AM
I decided to give a pause to my minimalistic craving and reconcile myself with Clearlooks for a while... Oh that Gloosy Fall theme from Crimesaucer is just wonderful. I added one of the wallpapers from the I Love Typography blog and changed the colors of the icon for the Xfce menu. For now, I like it. I'm still wondering what should I do about the Emerald theme.

http://aycu29.webshots.com/image/41948/2001314914334123668_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2001314914334123668) http://aycu27.webshots.com/image/41506/2001345246435001445_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2001345246435001445)

yabbadabbadont
January 28th, 2008, 05:49 AM
In general. I'd like to switch it up a bit.

OOOOOOO... go for the pretty ponies!

Edit: Dang that is one huge inline image..... please replace it pronto.

fuscia
January 28th, 2008, 05:53 AM
In general. I'd like to switch it up a bit.

are you trapped, or just bored?

~LoKe
January 28th, 2008, 06:06 AM
are you trapped, or just bored?

Bored.

fuscia
January 28th, 2008, 06:13 AM
Bored.

then, you need to find images that will baffle you. you know, look at art you've never looked at before, or pictures from photojournalists, old fashion magazines, etc.

rjmdomingo2003
January 28th, 2008, 06:50 AM
Meh.

http://tn3-2.deviantart.com/fs22/300W/f/2008/027/4/2/Desktop_as_seen_on_01_27_08_by_IcedLoKi.png (http://icedloki.deviantart.com/art/Desktop-as-seen-on-01-27-08-75748264)
I put my statusbar at the bottom too when I copied & modded your awesomerc. I did this to put conky on top.

Quillz
January 28th, 2008, 07:08 AM
A Mac desktop with nothing remotely special about it.

A wallpaper with shortcuts to his hard drives.

I think he just wanted to show that he's got a TB of space. But who doesn't?
What? Is the name of this thread not "January 2008 Desktops?" I was merely showing off my desktop, just like everyone else has been doing. I'm sorry I didn't upload a thumbnail.

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 07:26 AM
Just showing off my new wallpaper. I made a gray one I put on gnome look but it looks bad. I'll probably take it down and replace it with this (has smoother corners and better colors).

Gigamo
January 28th, 2008, 10:25 AM
Just showing off my new wallpaper. I made a gray one I put on gnome look but it looks bad. I'll probably take it down and replace it with this (has smoother corners and better colors).


Wow, that wallpaper came out very nice. Do you have a version without the Arch logo? :)

Nythain
January 28th, 2008, 10:36 AM
Probably not the best place for this request, but it is the place that started it all, so here we go...
This one's for all you AwesomeWM users out there... I just installed it, and i must admit, the awesomerc is a bit overwhelming at first... not to mention all the other things (scripting to get ncmpc output, gmail output, and anything else into the statusbar)
So, my request... could you post or pm me your awesomerc's preferably along with a screenshot so i can try to rip ideas and get my creative juices flowing :)
thanks
(and yeah, i've read over both ~Loke and Shearn's guides, they worked wonders for getting awesome installed, with very brief introductions to the awesomerc... but now im at a point where i dont want my awesomerc to look exactly like thiers)

Gigamo
January 28th, 2008, 10:50 AM
Probably not the best place for this request, but it is the place that started it all, so here we go...
This one's for all you AwesomeWM users out there... I just installed it, and i must admit, the awesomerc is a bit overwhelming at first... not to mention all the other things (scripting to get ncmpc output, gmail output, and anything else into the statusbar)
So, my request... could you post or pm me your awesomerc's preferably along with a screenshot so i can try to rip ideas and get my creative juices flowing :)
thanks
(and yeah, i've read over both ~Loke and Shearn's guides, they worked wonders for getting awesome installed, with very brief introductions to the awesomerc... but now im at a point where i dont want my awesomerc to look exactly like thiers)

Like LoKe already explained in this thread; the status text works like this:

Make a file called awesome-monitor, and put this in it:


#!/bin/sh

while true
do
echo 0 widget_tell mpd "MPD: `mpc | sed -n '1p'` :: `date '+%d %b %H:%M'`" | /usr/local/bin/awesome-client
sleep 1
done

widget_tell mpd tells the mpd textbox to put that info in it (assuming you have a textbox called mpd in your .awesomerc)

Now, to start this together with awesome, just add this to your awesome.sh / .xinitrc / whatever you use to autostart your apps with awesome:



/home/<username>/awesome-monitor &

Make sure awesome-monitor is executable.

Vinno
January 28th, 2008, 11:04 AM
Oooh, nice skydome! Mind sharing the image?

http://www.vinno.net/image/view/108/_original

rjmdomingo2003
January 28th, 2008, 11:20 AM
Probably not the best place for this request, but it is the place that started it all, so here we go...
This one's for all you AwesomeWM users out there... I just installed it, and i must admit, the awesomerc is a bit overwhelming at first... not to mention all the other things (scripting to get ncmpc output, gmail output, and anything else into the statusbar)
So, my request... could you post or pm me your awesomerc's preferably along with a screenshot so i can try to rip ideas and get my creative juices flowing :)
thanks
(and yeah, i've read over both ~Loke and Shearn's guides, they worked wonders for getting awesome installed, with very brief introductions to the awesomerc... but now im at a point where i dont want my awesomerc to look exactly like thiers)
You could also have a look at awesome's wiki: http://awesome.naquadah.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

ayoli
January 28th, 2008, 11:22 AM
Wow, that wallpaper came out very nice. Do you have a version without the Arch logo? :)

yep +1 :)

K.Mandla
January 28th, 2008, 03:54 PM
I found this wallpaper on art.gnome.org, and it caused a sudden temporal shift toward an overall Ubuntuesque makeover.

http://xs123.xs.to/xs123/08051/ubuntu-caramel-mocha610.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs123&d=08051&f=ubuntu-caramel-mocha610.jpg)

That's Arch with the Ubuntulooks GTK theme rerouted through the Rezlooks engine, Openbox-Human-Like for the Openbox theme and AUR's Human cursor and icon themes.

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 04:50 PM
Wow, that wallpaper came out very nice. Do you have a version without the Arch logo? :)
Not unless you have a way to undo deletions. If you give me color requests, I can try to make another. Just got a snow day. :)

Gigamo
January 28th, 2008, 04:52 PM
Hmm, well, that color is perfect. :D A black/grey one wouldn't be bad either.

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 04:54 PM
Hmm, well, that color is perfect. :D A black/grey one wouldn't be bad either.
I'll give both a shot. They take about thirty minutes with my lack of skills but I have a meeting in an hour. Give me three and I'll have both. Don't hassle me if it takes longer. ;)

~LoKe
January 28th, 2008, 04:59 PM
Can I get the one you posted with the Arch Logo?

Gigamo
January 28th, 2008, 05:02 PM
I'll give both a shot. They take about thirty minutes with my lack of skills but I have a meeting in an hour. Give me three and I'll have both. Don't hassle me if it takes longer. ;)

No problems man. Take your time :D

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 05:17 PM
Can I get the one you posted with the Arch Logo?
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Archers+Curves?content=74357&PHPSESSID=164440f41e6352f460e6087b84743973
Gigamo, widescreen or standard?

Gigamo
January 28th, 2008, 05:41 PM
widescreen preferably. :)

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 05:43 PM
widescreen preferably. :)
And before I leave, while I realize you can scale, what resolution. I don't want to give you a 1280 if you have something godly.

Gigamo
January 28th, 2008, 05:46 PM
1440x900 on my lappy, 1680x1050 on my desktop. Pick what's easier for you. ^^

snakeeyes
January 28th, 2008, 05:53 PM
Mine again:

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 06:13 PM
1440x900 on my lappy, 1680x1050 on my desktop. Pick what's easier for you. ^^
Snow canceled my meeting. The bottom was a bit dark on the higher resolution so I cropped it for the other (I mean the bottom 100 pixels were all black).

If you want the .png, just ask but the upload limits say no.

Gigamo
January 28th, 2008, 06:15 PM
Wow, thanks. It's nice.

Edit; might as well post a pic:

http://tn3-2.deviantart.com/fs22/300W/f/2008/028/5/5/Curve_by_Gigamlol.png (http://gigamlol.deviantart.com/art/Curve-75837624)

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 06:24 PM
Does anyone know what you'd call the icon for urxvt in an icon theme? I might move back to a panel but it has no icon. Already tried urxvt.

fuscia
January 28th, 2008, 06:28 PM
Does anyone know what you'd call the icon for urxvt in an icon theme? I might move back to a panel but it has no icon.

i think you'd just use the rxvt icon(pixmap, whatever...).

Mark76
January 28th, 2008, 06:31 PM
I got bored with trying to look like OSX

User interface is XFCE-Winter
Windows manager: Easel blue
Icons: Xquisite set

Sorry about the constant changes. I wanted the dirty picture to look busier and I just noticed there's a whacking great big hole in the clean one.

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 06:34 PM
i think you'd just use the rxvt icon(pixmap, whatever...).
How would I go about doing that? I went into the icon theme and added that appropriate sized icons called "rxvt-unicode.png" to the right places, reloaded the icon them, but no change.

ayoli
January 28th, 2008, 06:41 PM
Snow canceled my meeting. The bottom was a bit dark on the higher resolution so I cropped it for the other (I mean the bottom 100 pixels were all black).

If you want the .png, just ask but the upload limits say no.

great, thanks :)

What is in a name?
January 28th, 2008, 06:48 PM
Trying on two possible wallpapers to go with the Glossy Fall theme.

Firstly, a Lomo picture (I love lomography...) taken from DeviantArt:
http://aycu02.webshots.com/image/40801/2001571496507108532_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2001571496507108532)

And secondly, a picture taken from a photographer who is a friend of mine, that I had already used in other screenshots some months ago:

http://aycu17.webshots.com/image/41176/2001572463653407639_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2001572463653407639)

Which would fit better in my desktop?
And by the way... Any other suggestion? Something to make it more interesting and to possibly give me a break from changing everything every day... LOL...

nami
January 28th, 2008, 06:54 PM
My laptop for January:

how did you install that slab menu? each time i tried in the past, it was the horrible old version which did not have the search...

fuscia
January 28th, 2008, 06:59 PM
How would I go about doing that? I went into the icon theme and added that appropriate sized icons called "rxvt-unicode.png" to the right places, reloaded the icon them, but no change.

that's odd. the only thing i can think of checking is the permissions on those icons.

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 07:51 PM
I made a brighter one as I felt ashamed I messed up. Only 1280x800 though.

Linked for png (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs223&d=08051&f=bluish494.png)

ayoli
January 28th, 2008, 08:35 PM
I made a brighter one as I felt ashamed I messed up. Only 1280x800 though.

Linked for png (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs223&d=08051&f=bluish494.png)

you should post these wallpapers on gnome-look.og

urukrama
January 28th, 2008, 08:46 PM
Windows XP, Litestep with the 807 theme (slightly modified) and this (http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper/details.php?id=663) wallpaper.

PurposeOfReason
January 28th, 2008, 09:31 PM
you should post these wallpapers on gnome-look.og
One of them is, I'll get them in a pack soon.

EDIT - or now
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Archers+Curves+(no+logo+too)?content=74357

El_Belgicano
January 28th, 2008, 09:51 PM
Theme:
self-made wallpaper
Mac4Lin emerald theme
Compiz-enabled
Conky
AWN dock...

alwiap
January 28th, 2008, 10:04 PM
One of them is, I'll get them in a pack soon.

EDIT - or now
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Archers+Curves+(no+logo+too)?content=74357

nice.. thats my new n800 background :)

tigerpants
January 28th, 2008, 10:53 PM
Fluxbox, Dyne theme (customised)
Wallpaper from interfacelift (search terms "white")

shearn89
January 29th, 2008, 12:29 AM
@urukrama - Do those windows shell replacement WMs (like litestep and bbclean) totally wipe out explorer, or can you install them and use it for a particular user only?

rainwalker
January 29th, 2008, 12:32 AM
http://www.vinno.net/image/view/108/_original

Sweet! Thanks :)

Stone123
January 29th, 2008, 12:51 AM
http://img247.imageshack.us/img247/9492/homertabbedbrowsingdt6.jpg

santaslittlehelper
January 29th, 2008, 01:39 AM
All from gnome-look.org

http://img171.imageshack.us/img171/8179/13632141vb2.th.png (http://img171.imageshack.us/my.php?image=13632141vb2.png)
icons: black-white
wallpaper: gnome-desktop2
conky

http://img171.imageshack.us/img171/4807/69883473cw8.th.png (http://img171.imageshack.us/my.php?image=69883473cw8.png)
icons: CrashBit
wallpaper: Gnome 3d tux
conky

One is ubuntu, one is arch :D and yes I am a gnome fanboy just like homer :D

urukrama
January 29th, 2008, 02:00 AM
@urukrama - Do those windows shell replacement WMs (like litestep and bbclean) totally wipe out explorer, or can you install them and use it for a particular user only?

I don't know about other shells, but Litestep does not wipe out explorer. You can easily switch shell between Explorer and Litestep (it requires a reboot, though), but I'm not sure how it affects other users on your computer. It is possible it won't affect other users, as Litestep only loads after you log in. I'll have to try that out once I'm back at my work (where that computer is).

----

Here is another Openbox screenshot.

Details: Openbox 3.4 with a modified Squadron Openbox theme, my own unnamed Gtk theme, nuoveXT-1.6 icons, and a wallpaper from 'somewhere' :-) (tinted with hsetroot). Fonts are Arial Rounded MT, Sans and Japanese Brush. Applications running are conky, netwmpager (screenshot 1), thunar and gimp (screenshot 2).

Mark76
January 29th, 2008, 02:26 AM
Yay screenlets!

And I still don't have Compiz-Fusion installed :guitar: :p

_angel__
January 29th, 2008, 04:02 AM
Theme:
self-made wallpaper
Mac4Lin emerald theme
Compiz-enabled
Conky
AWN dock...

Just curious, do you know what the 3 chinese words mean when you use that wallpaper?:lolflag:

Controls: BlackWhite
window barder : MurrineRoundedLessFramed
Icons: Black-white 2 Gloss
wallpaper: Organic
conky

xfearxnxloathing
January 29th, 2008, 10:13 AM
almost complete, anyone know how to change the recycle bin icon easily on kiba-dock?

^v^ ^v^
^x^

Meyithi
January 29th, 2008, 12:42 PM
Gutsy

Themes: Glossy (Gutsy, recoloured)

Wallpaper: I have no idea, if u know lemme know!

Icons: Gnome (Gutsy)

Programs: AWN, Conky (Gutsy repos)

Clean:

http://www.meyithi.com/graphics/Screenshotthumb.png (http://www.meyithi.com/graphics/Screenshot.png)

Dirty:

http://www.meyithi.com/graphics/Screenshot-1thumb.png (http://www.meyithi.com/graphics/Screenshot-1.png)

Hells_Dark
January 29th, 2008, 01:29 PM
http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108s.png (http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108.png)

shearn89
January 29th, 2008, 02:10 PM
@urukrama - cheers for the info. Perhaps i'll try litestep on my doze-box.
@meyithi - i think i've seen that one before. Try a google for "inverted lightning photo".

EDIT: here's my latest. Wallpaper is from vinno's collection, on his website (vinno.net).

Also attached is my .awesomerc for Nythain's benefit.

awakatanka
January 29th, 2008, 03:10 PM
KDE 4
With Slim glow them for plasma : http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Theme%3A+Slim+Glow?content=74329

Gigamo
January 29th, 2008, 03:21 PM
shearn89, could I have a look at your gmail script for awesome statusbar? I mean, I have a script too, but I dont know how I can make it auto-update itself in a certain time interval.

Meanwhile my last january shot:

http://tn3-2.deviantart.com/fs24/300W/f/2008/029/f/d/Desktop_at_29_01_by_Gigamlol.png (http://gigamlol.deviantart.com/art/Desktop-at-29-01-75916481)

Comments welcome. :D

El_Belgicano
January 29th, 2008, 04:01 PM
Just curious, do you know what the 3 chinese words mean when you use that wallpaper?:lolflag:

Of course, but I won't translate this in public ...;)
When you learn languages, the first thing you'll remember are always the "good and usable expressions of frustration" so I thought why not put it here ... :)
:lolflag:
BTW, where are you from?

arbulus
January 29th, 2008, 06:33 PM
Fluxbox, Dyne theme (customised)
Wallpaper from interfacelift (search terms "white")


Could you post your conkyrc?

jordanmthomas
January 29th, 2008, 06:36 PM
Wallpaper: I have no idea, if u know lemme know!


It's one of the default wallpapers from OS X Tiger, with the colors inverted.

arbulus
January 29th, 2008, 06:37 PM
http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108s.png (http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108.png)


How is your terminal text so colorful?

shadyedsan
January 29th, 2008, 06:54 PM
gutsy 7.10 ubuntu studio

theme: Ubuntu Studio default

window manager: compiz/emerald (black mac theme found at www.-gnome-look.org)

dock: Avant Window Manager

icons: Mac4Lin (found at www.gnome-look.org)

custom visual effects turned on

Hells_Dark
January 29th, 2008, 08:04 PM
How is your terminal text so colorful?

Well, juste made colorful scripts (http://breves.hellsdark.homelinux.net/25-Apportez-de-la-couleur-a-vos-scripts) (FR) :)

el mariachi
January 29th, 2008, 10:16 PM
http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108s.png (http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108.png)
nice desktop. and nice music :D
whats the panel? xfce?

Hells_Dark
January 29th, 2008, 10:47 PM
nice desktop. and nice music :D
whats the panel? xfce?
Thanks.

No, it's gnome. As you can read in my infos script.

PurposeOfReason
January 29th, 2008, 10:48 PM
Now I'm going to go make my own theme. Any engine suggestions?

http://tn3-1.deviantart.com/fs22/300W/f/2008/029/d/7/Clocks_by_PurposeOfReason.png (http://purposeofreason.deviantart.com/art/Clocks-75947574)

shearn89
January 29th, 2008, 11:21 PM
@purposeofreason - for GTK? either rezlooks, or for a more plastic/techno look, aurora. There aren't that many good aurora themes, last time i checked.

@Gigamo:


gmail_login="foo"
gmail_password="bar"

dane="$(wget --secure-protocol=TLSv1 --timeout=3 -t 1 -q -O - \
https://${gmail_login}:${gmail_password}@mail.google.com/mail/feed/atom \
--no-check-certificate | grep 'fullcount' \
| sed -e 's/.*<fullcount>//;s/<\/fullcount>.*//' 2>/dev/null)"

if [ -z "$dane" ]; then
echo "`cat /home/shearn89/.scripts/gmailsave` new"
else
echo $dane > /home/shearn89/.scripts/gmailsave
echo "$dane new"
fi


its called dane, as thats what the original author called it.

The "gmailsave" bit is so that if it loses connection, it still says "x new", rather than unconnected or whatever. It then gets updated when there is a connection. Its run from another script with a sleep command:



while true
do
echo 0 widget_tell archpkg "[`repo-check`] " | awesome-client
echo 0 widget_tell gmail " [`check_gmail`]" | awesome-client
sleep 10
done

The while true puts it into a loop until killed.

jordanmthomas
January 29th, 2008, 11:43 PM
@purposeofreason - for GTK? either rezlooks, or for a more plastic/techno look, aurora. There aren't that many good aurora themes, last time i checked.

+1

rainwalker
January 30th, 2008, 12:02 AM
http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108s.png (http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108.png)

What theme is that? I think saw it the other day, but the scrollbars didn't have arrows. Also, where did you get those icons?

rainwalker
January 30th, 2008, 12:12 AM
Now I'm going to go make my own theme. Any engine suggestions?

http://tn3-1.deviantart.com/fs22/300W/f/2008/029/d/7/Clocks_by_PurposeOfReason.png (http://purposeofreason.deviantart.com/art/Clocks-75947574)

I would recommend the Aurora theme engine, I think it looks fantastic (especially the buttons)

PurposeOfReason
January 30th, 2008, 12:14 AM
To all saying Aurora, is there some sort of guide or simple theme to go off of? Never made a theme before.

dbbolton
January 30th, 2008, 12:18 AM
http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m128/envyouraudience/th_azra_sshot.png (http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m128/envyouraudience/azra_sshot.png)

Just changed my Gtk theme to azra, and swapped Xfce-panel for pypanel.

Special thanks to What is in a name? 8)

fedex1993
January 30th, 2008, 12:19 AM
http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108s.png (http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108.png)

um is there anyway that i can get your conky config since it is so nice

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 12:29 AM
http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m128/envyouraudience/th_azra_sshot.png (http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m128/envyouraudience/azra_sshot.png)

Just changed my Gtk theme to azra, and swapped Xfce-panel for pypanel.

Special thanks to What is in a name? 8)

Pretty neat, Dbbolton! And by the way, the way you configured your fonts looks so sharp! Any special modifications to the hinting of the system fonts or something?

And as for pypanel... I'm not using it now, but what is that Ubuntu icon on the left? I suppose pypanel doesn't support menus, so... What do you use it for? How did you place it there?

Nythain
January 30th, 2008, 12:34 AM
http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108s.png (http://hellsdark.homelinux.net/website/fichiers/280108.png)
any chance you can post the script used to get that much info about your system in the terminal???

urukrama
January 30th, 2008, 12:37 AM
Now I'm going to go make my own theme. Any engine suggestions?

Rezlooks is nice. Recently I've also discovered the xfce-engine. Though most of the themes that I know using the engine are not that great, the engine itself can result in great themes (see Royalty, for example). I've played around with it and created a few (unreleased) themes. It is very clean and has a nice 'solid' look.

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 12:47 AM
Now I'm going to go make my own theme. Any engine suggestions?


Aurora is pretty good, but then, as far as I know, you can't set several different colors for each kind of selected widget, for instance (sometimes one can create interesting effects with it), or other situations. If that is not a problem according to your personal taste, then go ahead. Just pointing it out.

Hells_Dark
January 30th, 2008, 12:58 AM
What theme is that? I think saw it the other day, but the scrollbars didn't have arrows. Also, where did you get those icons?

The theme is Aurora Blue Flux (http://fratrip.deviantart.com/art/Aurora-Blue-Flux-Suite-72784250) (and yes, aurora is good) , and the icons are Square Dock (http://mandarancio.deviantart.com/art/SQUARE-DOCK-0-1-74277327)


um is there anyway that i can get your conky config since it is so nice

It is (quite) the same as the one i detailed in this article :
http://breves.hellsdark.homelinux.net/15-Desktop-Screenshot


any chance you can post the script used to get that much info about your system in the terminal???

And this is for you :
http://breves.hellsdark.homelinux.net/16-Affichez-des-infos-au-sujet-de-votre-environnement-personnalise

:)

PS : My website is in french, but a script is a script

natedawg
January 30th, 2008, 01:05 AM
Heres is my current desktop right before the month is out...
I made the gtk theme and wallpaper myself.

GTK: Blue-Joy
Window Border: Blue-Joy
Icons: Elementary

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 01:22 AM
It is (quite) the same as the one i detailed in this article :
http://breves.hellsdark.homelinux.net/15-Desktop-Screenshot

And could you share the RSS script as well, s'il vous plaît?

dbbolton
January 30th, 2008, 01:30 AM
Pretty neat, Dbbolton! And by the way, the way you configured your fonts looks so sharp! Any special modifications to the hinting of the system fonts or something?

And as for pypanel... I'm not using it now, but what is that Ubuntu icon on the left? I suppose pypanel doesn't support menus, so... What do you use it for? How did you place it there?

I have anti-aliasing turned on, and hinting set to slight.

The Ubuntu logo is my launcher for Thunar. You can set up the commands and icons for launchers up in the ~/.pypanelrc file. I almost always use the right-click desktop menu in Xfce, so I didn't really have a need for the Xfce panel.

One thing that really got on my nerves with pypanel is that you can only use ASCII characters in the custom desktop names.

Nythain
January 30th, 2008, 01:32 AM
Edit:im an artard, clicked on the wrong link

thanks... great get up by the way

shearn89
January 30th, 2008, 01:32 AM
Purposeofreason - I'd recommend getting any aurora theme, and then installing something like "thewidgetfactory" (sudo apt-get). It showcases all the widgets, so is useful for theme creation. Just open up the theme.rc file (or whatever its called) and have a poke around.
This (http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GtkThemes) is the tutorial i used when dabbling in theme creation. I just stuck to changing some colours though, nothing hardcore!

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 01:38 AM
I have anti-aliasing turned on, and hinting set to slight.

The Ubuntu logo is my launcher for Thunar. You can set up the commands and icons for launchers up in the ~/.pypanelrc file. I almost always use the right-click desktop menu in Xfce, so I didn't really have a need for the Xfce panel.

One thing that really got on my nerves with pypanel is that you can only use ASCII characters in the custom desktop names.

And, as far as I know, Pypanel also does not change its color when an application is trying to warn you of a new event, say, Pidgin or other IM client that flashes on the taskbar to let you know someone wrote to you. Right? That also turned me down when I used it.

dbbolton
January 30th, 2008, 01:42 AM
And, as far as I know, Pypanel also does not change its color when an application is trying to warn you of a new event, say, Pidgin or other IM client that flashes on the taskbar to let you know someone wrote to you. Right? That also turned me down when I used it.
Right. The only work-around I've figured out for that is you can tell Pidgin to prepend a string into the window title when you get a message, so if I set it to *.*.*.* or something strange, it usually grabs my attention.

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 01:46 AM
Right. The only work-around I've figured out for that is you can tell Pidgin to prepend a string into the window title when you get a message, so if I set it to *.*.*.* or something strange, it usually grabs my attention.

... And the Unix world surprises me again!... Where can I set that up in Pidgin's preferences?

dbbolton
January 30th, 2008, 01:55 AM
Go to Tools > Plugins, then select Message Notification and click Configure Plugin. Under Notification methods, you should see the "prepend string into window title" option.

:guitar:

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 02:13 AM
Go to Tools > Plugins, then select Message Notification and click Configure Plugin. Under Notification methods, you should see the "prepend string into window title" option.

:guitar:

Got it! Thanks!!!!

urukrama
January 30th, 2008, 02:14 AM
xhhux: please use thumbnails. Not everyone has a fast internet connection!

hhhhhx
January 30th, 2008, 03:26 AM
xhhux: please use thumbnails. Not everyone has a fast internet connection!

ssry...

Dark Star
January 30th, 2008, 04:18 AM
How to make my upper panel Menu look like this ? Is its Gimme ? or what http://www.imgx.org/pthumbs/small/4902/61849-1.jpg (http://www.imgx.org/public/view/4902)

jordanmthomas
January 30th, 2008, 04:20 AM
How to make my upper panel Menu look like this ? Is its Gimme ? or what http://www.imgx.org/pthumbs/small/4902/61849-1.jpg (http://www.imgx.org/public/view/4902)

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=241868
It's an old post, but should still be pretty relevant. If it isn't, just look up mac menubar

rainwalker
January 30th, 2008, 04:31 AM
http://www.imgx.org/pthumbs/small/4902/61849-1.jpg (http://www.imgx.org/public/view/4902)

I MUST know the shadow settings for that screenshot! They're PERFECT! Mine don't look right, you can only really see them on menus; window shadows are hardly visible

ryanVickers
January 30th, 2008, 04:42 AM
lol I've got leopard! :D
http://img441.imageshack.us/img441/6555/screenshotkg3.th.png (http://img441.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshotkg3.png)
My conky is a little funny to anyone who doesn't know it :p

The first bar is CPU usage, and under it is the core temperatures (1 and 2), and the third is the GPU temp.
The second bar is RAM and under it the used ram, cached data, and buffers.
The third bar is swap and under it the used amount out of total swap
the forth and fifth are disk usage - / and /home. under them is disk IO, network usage, and remaining space for them both.
the sixth bar only appears when y USB flash drive is plugged in and it shows usage of the device

m.musashi
January 30th, 2008, 05:30 AM
And this is for you :
http://breves.hellsdark.homelinux.net/16-Affichez-des-infos-au-sujet-de-votre-environnement-personnalise

:)

Hey, I like that script better than the one I've been using. However, I have yet to find one that correctly reports my uptime. This one just reports the current time. Probably has something to do with my uptime always being just hours rather than days. I turn my PC off at night.

I also added an screenshot to it as well and lined things up a bit different. Small changes really. I pasted it below but not sure all the tabs will survive. You can see how I meant it to look in the screenshot. If anyone could add a few if statements to control for people using metacity instead of emerald, non-gnome environments, etc that would really be cool. I would be I don't know how.


#!/usr/bin/env bash

# screenshot dir
ssdir="$HOME/screenie/"
# screenshot description
ssdesc="$HOME/screenie"
# screenshot format
ss=`date +%d%m%Y`.png

#Couleurs
bleu="\033[1;34m"
cyan="\033[36m"
gris="\033[37m"

#Style
gras="\033[00m"

#Remise aux valeurs par défaut
fin="\033[0m"

# LINUX PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu LINUX $fin"

. /etc/lsb-release
echo -e " Distro: $gras $DISTRIB_ID $DISTRIB_RELEASE $DISTRIB_CODENAME$fin"
echo -e " Kernel: $gras $(uname -r)$fin"
echo -e " Uptime: $gras$(uptime |cut --delimiter=" " -f 4)$fin days and $gras$(uptime |cut --delimiter=" " -f 2)$fin hrs "


# HARDWARE PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu HARDWARE $fin"

echo -e " CPU: $gras$(grep "model name" /proc/cpuinfo|cut --delimiter=":" -f 2 | head -n1| sed -r "s/\s+/ /g")$fin "
echo -e " GPU: $gras$(cat /proc/driver/nvidia/cards/0 | grep Model | cut --delimiter=" " -f3,4,5,6,7,8,9)$fin"
let memtotal=`grep "MemTotal" /proc/meminfo|cut -c 12-22|indent -i0`/1024
echo -e " RAM: $gras$memtotal$fin mb"
echo -e " Bogomips: $gras$(grep "bogomips" /proc/cpuinfo|cut --delimiter=":" -f 2 | head -n1)$fin bogomips"


# DESIGN PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu DESIGN $fin"

echo -e " Environment: $gras Gnome$fin"
echo -e " GTK2: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_theme)$fin"
echo -e " Emerald: $gras $(grep description $HOME/.emerald/theme/theme.ini |cut -c 13-)$fin"
echo -e " Icons: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/icon_theme)$fin"
echo -e " Application Font: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/font_name)$fin"
echo -e " Terminal Font: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /apps/gnome-terminal/profiles/Default/font)$fin"
echo -e " Wallpaper: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename | sed -e "s,^.*/,," | cut --delimiter="." -f1)$fin"
echo -e " Resolution: $gras $(xvidtune -show | cut --delimiter='"' -f2)$fin px"

sleep 4
scrot $ss
echo
exit 0

Nythain
January 30th, 2008, 06:00 AM
http://img441.imageshack.us/img441/6555/screenshotkg3.th.png (http://img441.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshotkg3.png)

hehe... just ran into your desktop on lynucs.org
http://www.lynucs.org/index.php?screen_id=1755143238479b2b2c4777d&p=screen
sorry, just found that amusing, as im cruising this thread and lynucs to spark my creativity :)

rainwalker
January 30th, 2008, 06:08 AM
Hey to everyone posting on this thread, my friend has a site that we can all put our screenshots on (full-size) and he wanted me to tell you all.

http://www.xshot.org

ayoli
January 30th, 2008, 10:25 AM
Hey, I like that script better than the one I've been using. However, I have yet to find one that correctly reports my uptime. This one just reports the current time. Probably has something to do with my uptime always being just hours rather than days. I turn my PC off at night.

I also added an screenshot to it as well and lined things up a bit different. Small changes really. I pasted it below but not sure all the tabs will survive. You can see how I meant it to look in the screenshot. If anyone could add a few if statements to control for people using metacity instead of emerald, non-gnome environments, etc that would really be cool. I would be I don't know how.


#!/usr/bin/env bash

# screenshot dir
ssdir="$HOME/screenie/"
# screenshot description
ssdesc="$HOME/screenie"
# screenshot format
ss=`date +%d%m%Y`.png

#Couleurs
bleu="\033[1;34m"
cyan="\033[36m"
gris="\033[37m"

#Style
gras="\033[00m"

#Remise aux valeurs par défaut
fin="\033[0m"

# LINUX PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu LINUX $fin"

. /etc/lsb-release
echo -e " Distro: $gras $DISTRIB_ID $DISTRIB_RELEASE $DISTRIB_CODENAME$fin"
echo -e " Kernel: $gras $(uname -r)$fin"
echo -e " Uptime: $gras$(uptime |cut --delimiter=" " -f 4)$fin days and $gras$(uptime |cut --delimiter=" " -f 2)$fin hrs "


# HARDWARE PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu HARDWARE $fin"

echo -e " CPU: $gras$(grep "model name" /proc/cpuinfo|cut --delimiter=":" -f 2 | head -n1| sed -r "s/\s+/ /g")$fin "
echo -e " GPU: $gras$(cat /proc/driver/nvidia/cards/0 | grep Model | cut --delimiter=" " -f3,4,5,6,7,8,9)$fin"
let memtotal=`grep "MemTotal" /proc/meminfo|cut -c 12-22|indent -i0`/1024
echo -e " RAM: $gras$memtotal$fin mb"
echo -e " Bogomips: $gras$(grep "bogomips" /proc/cpuinfo|cut --delimiter=":" -f 2 | head -n1)$fin bogomips"


# DESIGN PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu DESIGN $fin"

echo -e " Environment: $gras Gnome$fin"
echo -e " GTK2: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_theme)$fin"
echo -e " Emerald: $gras $(grep description $HOME/.emerald/theme/theme.ini |cut -c 13-)$fin"
echo -e " Icons: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/icon_theme)$fin"
echo -e " Application Font: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/font_name)$fin"
echo -e " Terminal Font: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /apps/gnome-terminal/profiles/Default/font)$fin"
echo -e " Wallpaper: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename | sed -e "s,^.*/,," | cut --delimiter="." -f1)$fin"
echo -e " Resolution: $gras $(xvidtune -show | cut --delimiter='"' -f2)$fin px"

sleep 4
scrot $ss
echo
exit 0

You can replace this line :

echo -e " Emerald: $gras $(grep description $HOME/.emerald/theme/theme.ini |cut -c 13-)$fin"
with this :

if [ "$1" = "-wm" ]; then
shift;
case "$1" in
"metacity") echo -e " Metacity: $gras$(gconftool-2 --get /apps/metacity/general/theme)$fin" ;;
"emerald") echo -e " Emerald: $gras $(grep description $HOME/.emerald/theme/theme.ini |cut -c 13-)$fin";;
*) echo -e "oops, your need to choose between emerald and metacity after -wm" ;;
esac
fi
To be sure that the argument is given, add this at the top of the script after #!/usr/bin/env bash :

if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
echo -e "usage : ./infos -wm [metacity|emerald]"
exit 1
fi
then run the script like this if you use metacity:

./infos -wm metacity
or like this if you use emerald:

./infos -wm emerald

Hells_Dark
January 30th, 2008, 10:53 AM
Thank you ayoli. I will not add it to my script because i want to keep it simple, but thanks for the one whose would to know (and the comments on my website) ;)


And could you share the RSS script as well, s'il vous plaît?

Sure thing


#!/bin/bash
# RSS Display Script by Bill Woodford (admin@sdesign.us) v1.0
#
# This script is designed to output story titles for most any RSS Feed.
#
# This script depends on curl. Please ensure it is installed and in your $PATH
# Gentoo: emerge -av net-misc/curl
# Debian: apt-get install curl
# Homepage: http://curl.haxx.se/
#
# Usage:
# .conkyrc: ${execi [time] /path/to/script/conky-rss.sh URI LINES TITLENUM}
# URI = Location of feed, ex. http://www.gentoo.org/rdf/en/glsa-index.rdf
# LINES = How many titles to display (default 5)
# TITLENUM = How many times the title of the feed itself is specified, usually 1 or 2 (default 2)
#
# Usage Example
# ${execi 300 /home/youruser/scripts/conky-rss.sh http://www.foxnews.com/xmlfeed/rss/0,4313,1,00.rss 4 2}

#RSS Setup - Don't change unless you want these values hard-coded!
uri=$1 #URI of RSS Feed
lines=$2 #Number of headlines
titlenum=$3 #Number of extra titles

#Script start
#Require a uri, as a minimum
if [[ "$uri" == "" ]]; then
echo "No URI specified, cannot continue!" >&2
echo "Please read script for more information" >&2
else
#Set defaults if none specified
if [[ $lines == "" ]]; then lines=5 ; fi
if [[ $titlenum == "" ]]; then titlenum=2 ; fi

#The actual work
curl -s --connect-timeout 30 $uri |\
sed -e 's/<\/title>/\n/g' |\
grep -o '<title>.*' |\
sed -e 's/<title>//' |\
head -n $(($lines + $titlenum)) |\
tail -n $(($lines))
fi

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 03:18 PM
Thanks!

ayoli
January 30th, 2008, 03:22 PM
Thank you ayoli. I will not add it to my script because i want to keep it simple, but thanks for the one whose would to know (and the comments on my website) ;)


welcome :)

Nevon
January 30th, 2008, 03:23 PM
I decided to give a pause to my minimalistic craving and reconcile myself with Clearlooks for a while... Oh that Gloosy Fall theme from Crimesaucer is just wonderful. I added one of the wallpapers from the I Love Typography blog and changed the colors of the icon for the Xfce menu. For now, I like it. I'm still wondering what should I do about the Emerald theme.

http://aycu29.webshots.com/image/41948/2001314914334123668_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2001314914334123668) http://aycu27.webshots.com/image/41506/2001345246435001445_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2001345246435001445)

I'm sorry if someone has already asked, but - details, please?
GTK, emerald, and icon themes, as well as fonts.

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 04:12 PM
I'm sorry if someone has already asked, but - details, please?
GTK, emerald, and icon themes, as well as fonts.

No need to be sorry. Just ask. That's what the community is for.

I didn't specifically mention the details in that post because I usually keep changing my desktop each bit at a time, so people who follow the thread from the beginning, like a novel (LOL) will know how I got there. So I understand that it is not fair for those who don't spend all their time in the forums like I do (I need to find a life of my own...), and I'm sorry.

Details:
GTK theme: Glossy Fall;
Emerald theme: Elegant One, modded to have the same font as the remaining desktop;
Icon theme: a collection of icons that I have been finding around the Web since I first installed Ubuntu, last June. It is still a work in progress, with frequent updates, but I can send it in private to whoever is interested (the amount of different licenses involved kind of stops me from publicly releasing the icon set; plus, I didn't even create most of the icons there);
Fonts: Lucida MacBold size 7 for almost all the desktop; Lucida MacBold size 8 for the window titles at the Emerald theme; Calibri size 10 for the Orage clocks (they're two of them); Lucida MacBold and Lucida Grande size 8 on Conky.

In case you have any other question, just ask.

rjmdomingo2003
January 30th, 2008, 06:51 PM
Probably my last post for a Jan desktop..
AwesomeWM, wallpaper from deviantart.com, GTK theme: Moomex Ultimatum, conky, idesk.

Gigamo
January 30th, 2008, 07:23 PM
Well, I lied when I said it was my last january submission. I couldn't resist :D

http://tn3-2.deviantart.com/fs24/300W/f/2008/030/f/8/Desktop_30_01_by_Gigamlol.png (http://gigamlol.deviantart.com/art/Desktop-30-01-76017695)

All info in the terminal thanks to a script found in this thread :)

What is in a name?
January 30th, 2008, 07:34 PM
Probably my last post for a Jan desktop..
AwesomeWM, wallpaper from deviantart.com, GTK theme: Moomex Ultimatum, conky, idesk.

Very good!... Could you post your modified version of the Moomex theme, please?

era506
January 30th, 2008, 08:07 PM
Hey, I like that script better than the one I've been using. However, I have yet to find one that correctly reports my uptime. This one just reports the current time. Probably has something to do with my uptime always being just hours rather than days. I turn my PC off at night.

I also added an screenshot to it as well and lined things up a bit different. Small changes really. I pasted it below but not sure all the tabs will survive. You can see how I meant it to look in the screenshot. If anyone could add a few if statements to control for people using metacity instead of emerald, non-gnome environments, etc that would really be cool. I would be I don't know how.


#!/usr/bin/env bash

# screenshot dir
ssdir="$HOME/screenie/"
# screenshot description
ssdesc="$HOME/screenie"
# screenshot format
ss=`date +%d%m%Y`.png

#Couleurs
bleu="\033[1;34m"
cyan="\033[36m"
gris="\033[37m"

#Style
gras="\033[00m"

#Remise aux valeurs par défaut
fin="\033[0m"

# LINUX PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu LINUX $fin"

. /etc/lsb-release
echo -e " Distro: $gras $DISTRIB_ID $DISTRIB_RELEASE $DISTRIB_CODENAME$fin"
echo -e " Kernel: $gras $(uname -r)$fin"
echo -e " Uptime: $gras$(uptime |cut --delimiter=" " -f 4)$fin days and $gras$(uptime |cut --delimiter=" " -f 2)$fin hrs "


# HARDWARE PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu HARDWARE $fin"

echo -e " CPU: $gras$(grep "model name" /proc/cpuinfo|cut --delimiter=":" -f 2 | head -n1| sed -r "s/\s+/ /g")$fin "
echo -e " GPU: $gras$(cat /proc/driver/nvidia/cards/0 | grep Model | cut --delimiter=" " -f3,4,5,6,7,8,9)$fin"
let memtotal=`grep "MemTotal" /proc/meminfo|cut -c 12-22|indent -i0`/1024
echo -e " RAM: $gras$memtotal$fin mb"
echo -e " Bogomips: $gras$(grep "bogomips" /proc/cpuinfo|cut --delimiter=":" -f 2 | head -n1)$fin bogomips"


# DESIGN PART
echo
echo -e "$bleu DESIGN $fin"

echo -e " Environment: $gras Gnome$fin"
echo -e " GTK2: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_theme)$fin"
echo -e " Emerald: $gras $(grep description $HOME/.emerald/theme/theme.ini |cut -c 13-)$fin"
echo -e " Icons: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/icon_theme)$fin"
echo -e " Application Font: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/interface/font_name)$fin"
echo -e " Terminal Font: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /apps/gnome-terminal/profiles/Default/font)$fin"
echo -e " Wallpaper: $gras $(gconftool-2 --get /desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename | sed -e "s,^.*/,," | cut --delimiter="." -f1)$fin"
echo -e " Resolution: $gras $(xvidtune -show | cut --delimiter='"' -f2)$fin px"

sleep 4
scrot $ss
echo
exit 0

I'm getting this error:


era506@era506-desktop:~$ ./infos
HARDWARE
CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+
GPU: GeForce 7300 GS
./infos: line 37: indent: command not found
./infos: line 37: let: memtotal=/1024: syntax error: operand expected (error token is "/1024")
RAM: mb
Bogomips: 4426.14 bogomips


Also uptime is not correct.

Hells_Dark
January 30th, 2008, 08:13 PM
I'm getting this error
.

Hum, i changed small details on the script :
http://breves.hellsdark.homelinux.net/16-Affichez-des-infos-au-sujet-de-votre-environnement-personnalise

It should resolve the first error.

I don't know for the uptime.. it works for me
But the main command is "uptime" so you can play with it in order to have what you want.

alwiap
January 30th, 2008, 08:17 PM
My last submission for January :)

Details

Controls: Glider
Icons: PantherII
Emerald: DeviantMinimal (slightly edited)
Wallpaper: here (I'm using the transparent one) (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Flow?content=71058)

ayoli
January 30th, 2008, 08:24 PM
I'm getting this error:


era506@era506-desktop:~$ ./infos
HARDWARE
CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+
GPU: GeForce 7300 GS
./infos: line 37: indent: command not found
./infos: line 37: let: memtotal=/1024: syntax error: operand expected (error token is "/1024")
RAM: mb
Bogomips: 4426.14 bogomips


Also uptime is not correct.

for indent error :

sudo apt-get install indent

era506
January 30th, 2008, 08:48 PM
I installed indent and now it works, I'll paly with uptime to see I make it work...

m.musashi
January 30th, 2008, 10:21 PM
I'm getting this error:


era506@era506-desktop:~$ ./infos
HARDWARE
CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+
GPU: GeForce 7300 GS
./infos: line 37: indent: command not found
./infos: line 37: let: memtotal=/1024: syntax error: operand expected (error token is "/1024")
RAM: mb
Bogomips: 4426.14 bogomips


Also uptime is not correct.

indent is actually a package you have to install. I also added a line for scrot to take the screenshot. Both have to be installed.

sudo apt-get install indent scrot

Hope that helps. I have no idea about uptime as it's never worked for me either.

uzusan
January 30th, 2008, 11:18 PM
Probably my last for January.
Details:
Background: http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper/details.php?id=1468
Openbox Theme: Onyx
GTK2 Theme: Clearlooks-Darklime : http://art.gnome.org/themes/gtk2/1364

Most of my conky script comes from this page: http://howto.wikia.com/wiki/Howto_add_an_RSS_feed_to_Conky

Ill post it if anyone wants it. (and the individual perl rss scripts)

http://tn3-1.deviantart.com/fs23/300W/f/2008/030/6/3/Ubuntu_Desktop_30_01_08_dirty_by_uzusan.png (http://fc03.deviantart.com/fs23/f/2008/030/6/3/Ubuntu_Desktop_30_01_08_dirty_by_uzusan.png)

urukrama
January 31st, 2008, 02:40 AM
Here is an Openbox theme I've been working on.

fedex1993
January 31st, 2008, 03:32 AM
Here is an Openbox theme I've been working on.

is it dark blue or purple iff it is blue is there anyway that i can get the theme it looks very nice

urukrama
January 31st, 2008, 04:10 AM
is it dark blue or purple iff it is blue is there anyway that i can get the theme it looks very nice

Thank you. It is dark blue. I'm still fine tuning it, but once it is done, I'll upload the theme to box-look.org.

Does it look purple on your screen?

dbbolton
January 31st, 2008, 04:14 AM
Heres is my current desktop right before the month is out...
I made the gtk theme and wallpaper myself.

GTK: Blue-Joy
Window Border: Blue-Joy
Icons: Elementary
What file manager is that?

PurposeOfReason
January 31st, 2008, 04:23 AM
What file manager is that?
Might be pcmanfm because I see tabs.

Dark Star
January 31st, 2008, 05:13 AM
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=241868
It's an old post, but should still be pretty relevant. If it isn't, just look up mac menubar

Yep installed/ / Just a ques. .It only shows menu [I mean menu of the application open at that time] if an application is open it is made to do so or it should show main menu 24x7 ? If I close the application I get a blank while bar with Gnome as text in it ?

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 05:36 AM
Hi everybody! Do you remember the Elegant One theme? I modded it again, inspired by two of the colours of Crimesaucer's Glossy Fall theme:

http://aycu14.webshots.com/image/43693/2003185375975669766_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2003185375975669766)

I present to you Elegant Brit. Both a GTK theme and an Emerald equivalent. Pretty much an Alpha version. LOL.

dbbolton
January 31st, 2008, 05:44 AM
Hi everybody! Do you remember the Elegant One theme? I modded it again, inspired by two of the colours of Crimesaucer's Glossy Fall theme:

http://aycu14.webshots.com/image/43693/2003185375975669766_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2003185375975669766)

I present to you Elegant Brit. Both a GTK theme and an Emerald equivalent. Pretty much an Alpha version. LOL.
How do you get the date and time different colors?

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 05:48 AM
How do you get the date and time different colors?

I use two different Orage clocks. One for the date, another for the time.

sunexplodes
January 31st, 2008, 07:08 AM
Here we go again.

58155

Specifics:

DE: KDE 3.5x
WM: Emerald with a modified version of Axonkolor
Style: Domino with a custom config/colour scheme
Icons: Breathless with some mixed and matched icons
GTK: GommapiummaLooks


I can't remember where I got the wallpaper from.

sunexplodes
January 31st, 2008, 07:11 AM
Hi everybody! Do you remember the Elegant One theme? I modded it again, inspired by two of the colours of Crimesaucer's Glossy Fall theme:

http://aycu14.webshots.com/image/43693/2003185375975669766_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2003185375975669766)

I present to you Elegant Brit. Both a GTK theme and an Emerald equivalent. Pretty much an Alpha version. LOL.

Gotta tell you man. I can't stand Gnome/XFCE, every time I try to use either one, I just get frusturated, but your desktops are always completely beautiful. Well played.

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 07:19 AM
Gotta tell you man. I can't stand Gnome/XFCE, every time I try to use either one, I just get frusturated, but your desktops are always completely beautiful. Well played.

I feel the same applies to you and what you do with KDE... Congratulations for your desktop as well!

Thanks a lot for the compliment. I think I'm actually going to blush... That "always" in your sentence... Gee...

Hells_Dark
January 31st, 2008, 08:41 AM
Hi everybody! Do you remember the Elegant One theme? I modded it again, inspired by two of the colours of Crimesaucer's Glossy Fall theme:

http://aycu14.webshots.com/image/43693/2003185375975669766_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2003185375975669766)

I present to you Elegant Brit. Both a GTK theme and an Emerald equivalent. Pretty much an Alpha version. LOL.
Nice ! :)

fuscia
January 31st, 2008, 02:18 PM
Hi everybody! Do you remember the Elegant One theme? I modded it again, inspired by two of the colours of Crimesaucer's Glossy Fall theme:

http://aycu14.webshots.com/image/43693/2003185375975669766_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2003185375975669766)

I present to you Elegant Brit. Both a GTK theme and an Emerald equivalent. Pretty much an Alpha version. LOL.

any hope of getting that wallpaper? i love the colors.

urukrama
January 31st, 2008, 03:13 PM
Here is an update on my previous post:

Openbox 3.4, with the Uncertainty Gtk and Openbox theme (http://box-look.org/content/show.php?content=74529). Fonts are Arial Rounded MT, HeldustryFTV Basic Black, and Aerofoil (conky).

Feedback is always welcome.

rjmdomingo2003
January 31st, 2008, 04:08 PM
Very good!... Could you post your modified version of the Moomex theme, please?
It's just this one: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Moomex+Ultimatum?content=72600

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 05:27 PM
any hope of getting that wallpaper? i love the colors.

I took it from this page at the I Love Typography blog: http://ilovetypography.com/love/

The direct link to the wallpaper I'm using is: http://ilovetypography.com/img/ilt_1920x1200.jpg

fuscia
January 31st, 2008, 06:23 PM
I took it from this page at the I Love Typography blog: http://ilovetypography.com/love/

The direct link to the wallpaper I'm using is: http://ilovetypography.com/img/ilt_1920x1200.jpg

thanks, uh...whatever your name is.

Lostincyberspace
January 31st, 2008, 07:51 PM
thanks, uh...whatever your name is.
Shakespeare.

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 08:04 PM
Shakespeare.

Finally, someone who grasped the origin of my nickname...

Lostincyberspace
January 31st, 2008, 08:06 PM
I knew from first site I can't tell you what play it is from probably Hamlet (every thing is in hamlet) but yah I knew it fuscia probably did to but was just kidding around.

dbbolton
January 31st, 2008, 08:06 PM
I knew from first site I can't tell you what play it is from probably Hamlet (every thing is in hamlet) but yah I knew it fuscia probably did to but was just kidding around.

I think it's from Romeo and Juliet. One of the title characters was talking about how just due to the other's last name, they couldn't be together.

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 08:08 PM
I knew from first site I can't tell you what play it is from probably Hamlet (every thing is in hamlet) but yah I knew it fuscia probably did to but was just kidding around.

Actually, it's from "Romeo and Juliet". That particular line belongs to Juliet herself, if I'm not wrong, I mean, I'm just a Portuguese man, what do I know?...

And Dbbolton, you'd be surprised by the amount of people who don't have a clue about what that line is. Especially English-speaking people.

Lostincyberspace
January 31st, 2008, 08:16 PM
ah yes that's right "What is in a name" getting blown by any other name would be fine so why is he forbidden (that is the basic connotation if you really look at it closely).

urukrama
January 31st, 2008, 08:24 PM
Actually, it's from "Romeo and Juliet". That particular line belongs to Juliet herself, if I'm not wrong, I mean, I'm just a Portuguese man, what do I know?...

It is from Romeo and Juliet, Act 2, scene 2, where Juliet says:


'Tis but thy name that is my enemy;--
Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.
What's Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot,
Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part
Belonging to a man. O, be some other name!
What's in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;
So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call'd,
Retain that dear perfection which he owes
Without that title:--Romeo, doff thy name;
And for that name, which is no part of thee,
Take all myself.

EDIT: Isn't this wonderfully off topic? ;-)

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 08:31 PM
ah yes that's right "What is in a name" getting blown by any other name would be fine so why is he forbidden (that is the basic connotation if you really look at it closely).

Yes... That simple question means a lot to me, the whole labels issue, the fact that words are the most basic elements of our world (even more essential than atoms and quanta and all that) and that people prefer to use them to build frontiers instead of bridges... And I've seen it happen to often around me and with myself... So...

EDIT: Sorry for the off-topic. There is already a topic for this kind of things... Sorry...

Lostincyberspace
January 31st, 2008, 09:16 PM
Okay now back to topic I am working on modifying a GTK theme and I am wondering how I get rid of some ugly lines on the panel and I haven't been able to find any help any where. I think I may have just figured out the problem but I don't know how to fix it. I think it is drawing the images to small.

Here is gtkrc



###############################################
# Dark Green Glass
# ---------
# A dark gtk2 theme, not really based on any other
# theme, but inspired in part by UI's from Apple,
# Microsoft, and many themes on the Gnome desktop.
#
# GTKRC originally based on Glossy P's.
#
# To Do:
# ------
# Redo dropdown menus, menu highlights
# Progress Bars
# Side/bottom tab improvements
# Prelights for:
# - scrollbar buttons
# - scrollbar slider
# - text fields
# - checkboxes
# - radio buttons
# comboboxes
# Items with "- " preceeding are done to some degree,
# but may need some fixing.

include "fix-librsvg-engine-with-pixmap-engine"

gtk-icon-sizes = "gtk-large-toolbar=24,24:panel-menu=24,24"

gtk-menu-drop-shadow = 2
gtk-menu-shadow-delay = 20


style "default"
{
#GtkWidget::interior_focus = 1
#GtkWidget::focus-line-width=0
#GtkButton::default_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
#GtkButton::default_outside_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
#GtkButton::default_border = { 3,3,3,3 }
#GtkButton::default_outside_border = { 3,3,3,3 }
#GtkDialog::action_area_border = {0,0,0,0}

#Yes or No?
GtkWidget::focus_padding = 0

#GtkEntry::padding = 6
#GtkPaned::handle_size = 7

#GtkFrame::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE
GtkScrolledWindow::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_OUT
GtkMenuBar::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE
GtkToolbar::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_OUT
#GtkContainer::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE
#GtkPaned::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE

#GtkMenuBar::internal-padding = 0

#GtkContainer::border_width = 0

#These properties control how the image on a button is displaced when it is clicked.
#GtkButton::child_displacement_x = 0
#GtkButton::child_displacement_y = 0

#GtkButtonBox::child_min_width = 28

#GtkOptionMenu::indicator_size = { 20, 10 }
#GtkOptionMenu::indicator_spacing = { 6, 3, 1, 1 }

#xthickness = 1
#ythickness = 1

#This sets the color for odd rows in TreeViews to be light blue, instead of using
#the color set by gtk.
#GtkTreeView::odd_row_color = "#2e2f38"
GtkWidget::cursor_color = "#9dbed0"
GtkWidget::secondary_cursor_color = "#9dbed0"
fg[NORMAL] = "#9dbed0"
fg[ACTIVE] = "#9ca4b5"
fg[PRELIGHT] = "#bfd2e5"
fg[SELECTED] = "#d5dcf6"
fg[INSENSITIVE] = "#2c3647"
bg[NORMAL] = "#181920"
bg[ACTIVE] = "#353746"
bg[PRELIGHT] = "#363d47"
bg[SELECTED] = "#1d2c53"
bg[INSENSITIVE] = "#00423a"
base[NORMAL] = "#22242e"
base[ACTIVE] = "#1d2c53"
base[PRELIGHT] = "#000000"
#base[SELECTED] = "#ff0000"
base[SELECTED] = "#346580"
base[INSENSITIVE] = "#212121"
text[NORMAL] = "#9dbed0"
text[ACTIVE] = "#9dbed0"
text[PRELIGHT] = "#9dbed0"
text[SELECTED] = "#000000"
text[INSENSITIVE] = "#9dbed0"

#A semi-transparent hi-light for files selected in Nautilus
NautilusIconContainer::highlight_alpha=160

#This sets the color used for the text under the icons in nautilus when they are not highlighted.
NautilusIconContainer::dark_info_color="#9dbed0"
#This is the color of the text under an icon in Nautilus when it is highlighted.
NautilusIconContainer::light_info_color="#9dbed0"

#When in doubt, use this pixmap to draw the background of a widget.
#bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "plain_background.png"
#bg_pixmap[PRELIGHT] = "plain_background.png"

engine "pixmap"
{
#This defines how the focus is drawn. Using a transparent image means there is
#no line around a widget when it is in focus.
image
{
function = FOCUS
recolorable = TRUE
overlay_file = "transparent.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = TRUE
}

#The following four entries describe how the different types of shadows
#are drawn
image
{
function = SHADOW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = OUT
file = "shadow_etched_out.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = SHADOW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
file = "shadow_in.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = SHADOW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = ETCHED_IN
file = "shadow_etched_in.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = SHADOW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = ETCHED_OUT
file = "shadow_etched_out.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#How to draw horizontal lines
#image
{
function = HLINE
recolorable = TRUE
file = "hline.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#How to draw vertical lines
image
{
function = VLINE
recolorable = TRUE
file = "vline.png"
border = { 1, 0, 1, 1 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#The following two entries describe how handles (grippers) are drawn.
image
{
function = HANDLE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
recolorable = TRUE
#The background image on boxes with horizontal handles.
file = "transparent.png"
border = { 1,1,1,1 }
stretch = TRUE
#The overlay on horizontal handles
overlay_file = "vertical_handle.png"
overlay_border = { 0,0,0,0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}


image
{
function = HANDLE
recolorable = TRUE
#The background on vertical handles
file = "transparent.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 1 }
stretch = TRUE
#The overlay on vertical handles.
overlay_file = "horizontal_handle.png"
overlay_border = {0,0,0,0}
overlay_stretch = FALSE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

#This tells gtk how to draw the base of a handlebox; i.e. the bin that the
#buttons sit in.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "handlebox_bin"
file = "plain_background.png"
border = { 1,1,1,1 }
stretch = TRUE
}

}

}

################################################## ###
#Buttons
################################################## ###

style "button"
{

GtkButton::default_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
#GtkButton::default_outside_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }

#This adds a little extra horizontal thickness to the buttons. I've added this so
#the label on a button has a little room on either side.
xthickness=3
#ythickness=2
engine "pixmap"
{

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
detail = "buttondefault"
shadow = IN
file = "button_round.png"
#border = { 5,3,3,3 }
border = { 5,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
shadow = OUT
file = "button_round.png"
border = { 5,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
shadow = OUT
file = "button_round_blue.png"
border = { 4,4,4,4 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
shadow = IN
file = "button_round_blue.png"
border = { 4,4,4,4 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
shadow = IN
file = "button_round.png"
border = { 5,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
shadow = IN
file = "button_round_insens.png"
border = { 4,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
shadow = OUT
file = "button_round_insens.png"
border = { 4,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = SELECTED
shadow = IN
file = "button_round_blue_push.png"
border = {6,6,6,6 }
stretch = TRUE
}
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = ACTIVE
shadow = IN
file = "button_round_blue_push.png"
border = { 6,6,6,6 }
stretch = TRUE
}
}
}

class "GtkButton" style "button"

################################################
# Paned Widgets: Windows divided into two or more sections, which can be
# resized by dragging handles.
################################################

style "glossy-paned" = "default"
{
#This section describes how panes are drawn. Panes are windows that are separated
#into two parts by a horizontal or vertical divider. The instructions set here over-ride
#the instructions set above for how to draw handles.

#xthickness = 5
#ythickness = 5

#This defines the thickness of the bar that divides the window.
GtkPaned::handle_size = 8

engine "pixmap"
{
# The handle on horizontal dividers
image
{
function = HANDLE
recolorable = TRUE
file = "plain_background.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 1 }
stretch = TRUE
overlay_file = "horizontal_paned_handle.png"
overlay_border = {0,0,0,0}
overlay_stretch = FALSE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

# The handle on vertical dividers
image
{
function = HANDLE
recolorable = TRUE
file = "plain_background.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 1 }
stretch = TRUE
overlay_file = "vertical_paned_handle.png"
overlay_border = {0,0,0,0}
overlay_stretch = FALSE
orientation = VERTICAL
}


}
}

class "Gtk*Paned" style "glossy-paned"

################################################
# Toolbars drawn by gtk
################################################
style "glossy-toolbar"="default"
{

engine "pixmap"
{

# This tells gtk how to draw the toolbar
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = OUT
#file = "plain_background.png"
#file = "shadow_etched_out.png"
file = "toolbar_background.png"
border = {4,4,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
}

}
}

widget_class "GtkToolBar" style "glossy-toolbar"
class "*Tool*" style "glossy-toolbar"


###############################################
# Menus
###############################################

style "glossy-menu"
{

#This is the image that is used to draw the background of drop-down menus. It is
#tiled, and set inside the box defined below.
#bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "plain_background.png"

#The BOX set below is drawn as a 'frame' around the image above,
#whose x and y thicknesses are defined below.
#xthickness = 4
#ythickness = 4

engine "pixmap"
{

#This is the image that is used to draw Menus. The bg_pixmap image
#set above is drawn inside the border defined below, with a one-pixel
#buffer. Setting the x and y thicknesses above overrides the one-pixel
#border.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
file = "menu_background.png"
border = {2,2,2,2}
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = HLINE
recolorable = TRUE
file = "hline.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

}
}

#widget_class "*Menu*" style "glossy-menu"
class "GtkMenu" style "glossy-menu"
###############################################
# Menubar
###############################################
style "menubar" = "default"
{
engine "pixmap"
{
image
{
function = BOX
file = "menubar.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
stretch = TRUE
}
}
}

widget_class "*.GtkMenuBar.*" style "menubar"
class "GtkMenuBar" style "menubar"
###############################################
# Menu Items
###############################################

style "MenuItem"
{

#This sets the thickness of a buffer between the side of the menu
#and where the mouse-over image (set below) is drawn. The side of
#the menu is defined by the border set in the menu style above.
xthickness = 2
ythickness = 2


engine "pixmap"
{

#This image is used to draw the highlight on a menu entry when it is
#moused over.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
file = "menu_hi-light_2.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = HLINE
recolorable = TRUE
file = "hline.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

}
}

widget_class "*.GtkMenuItem.*" style "MenuItem"
class "GtkMenuItem" style "MenuItem"
#
# Panel Background
#
style "panelbg"
{
xthickness = 1
ythickness = 1
bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "panel-bg.png"
}
class "*Panel*" style "panelbg"
###############################################
# Styles and Controls for Option Menus
###############################################

style "OptionMenu"
{
engine "pixmap"
{

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
file = "OptionMenu.png"
border = { 5, 21, 5, 5 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
file = "OptionMenu.png"
border = { 5, 21, 5, 5 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = TAB
recolorable = TRUE
overlay_file = "menubar_option_arrow.png"
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}
image
{
function = TAB
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
overlay_file = "menubar_option_arrow_insensitive.png"
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}
image
{
function = TAB
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
overlay_file = "menubar_option_arrow_prelight.png"
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}
}
}

class "GtkOptionMenu" style "OptionMenu"

################################################## ###
#Notebook: How to draw the tabs, spacings, and backgrounds for notebooks.
################################################## ###

style "notebook"
{
#These thickness settings make sure that we see the whole thin blue line at the top
#of the notebook page.
xthickness = 8
ythickness = 2

engine "pixmap"
{


# NOTEBOOK TABS

#####################
#Tabs at the top of the notebook.
#####################
#This is the image used for the selected tab.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = NORMAL
gap_side = BOTTOM
file = "SelectedTabTop.png"
border = {7,7,5,0}
stretch = TRUE
}

#This is the image used for tabs in the background.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = ACTIVE
gap_side = BOTTOM
file = "NormalTabTop.png"
border = {4,5,3,0}
stretch = TRUE
}

########################
# Tabs at the bottom of the notebook.
########################
# The image used for background tabs.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = ACTIVE
gap_side = TOP
file = "NormalTabBottom.png"
border = {4,5,0,3}
stretch = TRUE
}

# The image for selected tabs.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = NORMAL
gap_side = TOP
file = "SelectedTabBottom.png"
border = {7,7,0,5}
stretch = TRUE
}

########################
# Tabs at the left of the notebook.
########################
# Left and right here seem opposite to me,
# but they work this way in Bluefish at least.
# It's the only app I have to test them in.

# The image used for background tabs.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = ACTIVE
gap_side = RIGHT
file = "NormalTabLeft.png"
border = {5,0,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
}

# The image for selected tabs.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = NORMAL
gap_side = RIGHT
file = "SelectedTabLeft.png"
border = {4,0,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
}

########################
# Tabs at the rigt of the notebook.
########################
# The image used for background tabs.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = ACTIVE
gap_side = LEFT
file = "NormalTabRight.png"
border = {5,5,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
}

# The image for selected tabs.
image
{
function = EXTENSION
state = NORMAL
gap_side = LEFT
file = "SelectedTabRight.png"
border = {4,5,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
}

#These are the images that are used for the base of the notebook: the area in the border
#forms the border of the notebook page and the stretched part sits inside. If I use an image
#with a transparent base then I get sequentially darker nested notebook pages, which is good,
#but it maked tab switching much, much slower (~1 sec to redraw when switching tabs).

#Use this image when the tabs are at the top of the notebook.
image
{
function = BOX_GAP
gap_side = TOP
file = "notebook_top_flat.png"
border = {4,4,4,4}
gap_file = "gap_top.png"
gap_border = { 5, 5, 2, 2 }
gap_start_file = "null.png"
gap_end_file = "null.png"

stretch = TRUE
}
# use this image when the tabs are on the bottom of the notebook.
image
{
function = BOX_GAP
gap_side = BOTTOM
file = "notebook_bottom_flat.png"
border = {4,4,4,4}
gap_file = "gap_bottom.png"
gap_border = { 5, 5, 2, 2 }
gap_start_file = "null.png"
gap_end_file = "null.png"
stretch = TRUE
}
# Use this when the tabs are on the left
image
{
function = BOX_GAP
gap_side = LEFT
file = "notebook_left_flat.png"
border = {4,4,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
}
# Use this when the tabs are on the right
image
{
function = BOX_GAP
gap_side = RIGHT
file = "notebook_right_flat.png"
border = {4,4,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
}

#For drawing notebook pages when they are not attached to a tab. When does
#this happen?
image
{
function = BOX
file = "notebook_top_flat.png"
border = {4,4,4,4}
stretch = TRUE
gap_side = TOP
}


}
}
class "GtkNotebook" style "notebook"

################################################## ###
# Text Entries
################################################## ###


style "entry"
{
#xthickness = 2
#ythickness = 2
#bg[SELECTED] = { 0.30,0.35,0.65 }
#fg[PRELIGHT] = "#ffffff"

#GtkEntry::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE

#In the default style we set this color to white because it sets the background color for
#things like GtkText and GtkList, etc, which we want white. But here we set the background
#color for GtkEntry to be light gray so that it blends in with things like toolbars.
base[NORMAL] = "#181920"
text[ACTIVE] = "#9dbed0"
text[PRELIGHT] = "#9dbed0"
text[SELECTED] = "#9dbed0"
text[INSENSITIVE]= "#7e9eae"

#bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "menu_background.png"

engine "pixmap"
{

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
#detail = "entry_bg"
file = "text_entry.png"
border = {3,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
#detail = "entry_bg"
file = "text_entry.png"
border = {3,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
detail = "entry_bg"
file = "text_entry_prelight.png"
border = {3,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = SELECTED
# detail = "entry_bg"
file = "out_sel.png"
border = { 2,2,2,2 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#This is a transparent shadow.
image
{
function = SHADOW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
file = "transparent.png"
border = { 1,1,1,1 }
stretch = TRUE
}

}
}

class "GtkEntry" style "entry"

###############################################
# Gtk Lists, like the Rhythmbox playlist or Nautilus Listview
###############################################
style "list-header"
{
#Comment out the ythickness setting below for thicker column headers.
ythickness = 0
GtkTreeView::odd_row_color = "#2e303d"
GtkTreeView::even_row_color = "#22242e"

engine "pixmap"
{

#This image is used to draw the headers of columns in list views when they are
#not selected.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = OUT
file = "list_header.png"
border = { 1,1,1,1 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#This image is used to draw the column headers in list views when they are
#clicked.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
file = "menu_hi-light_2.png"
border = { 1,1,1,1 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#Does this do anything?
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = OUT
state = PRELIGHT
file = "menu_hi-light_2.png"
border = { 1,1,1,1 }
stretch = TRUE
}
}

}

widget_class "*List" style "list-header"
widget_class "*Tree*" style "list-header"
widget_class "GtkCList" style "list-header"

###############################################
# GtkScrollbar: The scrollbars on windows
###############################################

style "Scrollbar" {


#The values I set here have to do with the relative size of three graphic elements
#I have used: the slider, the arrow box, and the trough. They all have the same width
#of 15 pixels, but gtk wants to put in some spacing between them. It seems like it
#places the sliders inside the trough with a default 1 pixel border on either side of the slider,
#so that the trough has its width stretched by an additional two pixels(?). Setting the
#trough border makes the arrow box sit on top of the trough squarely, by making sure that
#the trough stays the same width as the arrowbox(?). I could be totally wrong here.
GtkRange::trough_border = 0
GtkRange::slider_width = 15

#This sets the size of the steppers (arrow buttons on the end of the scrollbar). The image I
#am using is 15x15 pixels, and if I dont set this a one pixel line gets cut off of the top of the "up"
#stepper.
GtkRange::stepper_size = 15


#Set a minimum length for the slider. Since I set the border on the slider image to 15 pixels
#on either end of the slider I want the min length to be at least 30 pixels to avoid an ugly
#slider when gtk wants to make it smaller than 30 pixels.
GtkScrollbar::min_slider_length = 30

engine "pixmap"
{

#The trough for vertical scrollbars. This is the region in which the slider moves.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "trough"
file = "vertical_trough.png"
border = { 0, 0, 30, 30 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

#The trough for horizontal scrollbars.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "trough"
file = "horizontal_trough.png"
border = { 30, 30, 0, 0 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for horizontal scrollbars
#in the NORMAL state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
file = "scrollbar_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for horizontal scrollbars
#in their prelight state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
file = "scrollbar_prelight_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for horizontal scrollbars
#in their ACTIVE (pressed?) state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = ACTIVE
file = "scrollbar_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for horizontal scrollbars
#in their INSENSITIVE state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
file = "scrollbar_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for vertical scrollbars
#in their NORMAL state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
file = "scrollbar_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for vertical scrollbars
#in their prelight state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
file = "scrollbar_prelight_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for vertical scrollbars
#in their ACTIVE state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = ACTIVE
file = "scrollbar_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

#The image used to draw the slider for vertical scrollbars
#in their INSENSITIVE state.
image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
file = "scrollbar_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
file = "vscroll_down.png"
border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
file = "vscroll_down_prelight.png"
border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = ACTIVE
file = "vscroll_down.png"
border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
overlay_file = "vscroll_up.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = UP
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
overlay_file = "vscroll_down.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = DOWN
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
overlay_file = "hscroll_left.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = LEFT
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
overlay_file = "hscroll_right.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = RIGHT
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
overlay_file = "vscroll_up_prelight.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = UP
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
overlay_file = "vscroll_down_prelight.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = DOWN
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
overlay_file = "hscroll_left_prelight.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = LEFT
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
overlay_file = "hscroll_right_prelight.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = RIGHT
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
overlay_file = "vscroll_up.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = UP
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
overlay_file = "vscroll_down.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = DOWN
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
overlay_file = "hscroll_left.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = LEFT
}
image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
overlay_file = "hscroll_right.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = RIGHT
}

}
}

class "GtkScrollbar" style "Scrollbar"

###########################################
# Scales: The sliders used for volume, track position, etc. Drawn without
# arrow boxes on the end.
###########################################

#Problem: scales in some apps, like the Gimp, dont look right when they
#are small. The slider is too thin and has two overlapping pieces and looks
#like crap.

style "Scales"
{
GtkRange::trough_border = 0
GtkRange::slider_width = 15

engine "pixmap"
{

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "trough"
file = "trough_2.png"
border = { 2, 2, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "trough"
file = "horizontal_trough_3.png"
border = { 6, 6, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
file = "scrollbar_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
file = "scrollbar_prelight_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = ACTIVE
file = "scrollbar_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
file = "scrollbar_horizontal.png"
border = { 15, 15, 6, 6 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
file = "scrollbar_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
file = "scrollbar_prelight_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = ACTIVE
file = "scrollbar_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

image
{
function = SLIDER
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
file = "scrollbar_vertical.png"
border = { 6, 6, 15, 15 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = VERTICAL
}

}
}

class "GtkScale" style "Scales"

##################################################
#Spin Controls
#---------------
#These are buttons with two arrows that let you set some value by clicking the
#the arrows. The widget might also have a text entry box for setting the value
#directly by typing it in.
##################################################

style "spin"
{
engine "pixmap"
{

#First we set the images for drawing different parts of a text entry that
#might be attached to the widget. This could be done by inheriting from the
#style used for GtkEntry, but we just set everything here explicitly. Still having
#the same problem as with GtkEntry with the white outline if we do not draw
#a shadow with a thick enough border.

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = NORMAL
detail = "entry_bg"
file = "text_entry.png"
border = {6,6,6,6 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
detail = "entry_bg"
file = "text_entry_prelight.png"
border = {3,3,3,3 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = SELECTED
detail = "entry_bg"
file = "out_sel.png"
border = { 1,1,8,8 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
detail = "entry_bg"
file = "text_entry.png"
border = {6,6,6,6 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = SHADOW
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
file = "transparent.png"
border = { 1,1,1,1 }
stretch = TRUE
}


#The following two sections define the images used to draw the up and
#down spin buttons in the INSENSITIVE state.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
detail = "spinbutton_up"
file = "spin_button_up.png"
border = { 7,7,6,0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = INSENSITIVE
detail = "spinbutton_down"
file = "spin_button_down.png"
border = { 7,7,0,6 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#The following two sections define the images used to draw the up and
#down spin buttons in the PRELIGHT state.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
detail = "spinbutton_up"
file = "spin_button_up_prelight.png"
border = { 7,7,6,0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
state = PRELIGHT
detail = "spinbutton_down"
file = "spin_button_down_prelight.png"
border = { 7,7,0,6 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#The following two sections define the images used to draw the up and
#down spin buttons in any states that we have not already defined.
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "spinbutton_up"
file = "spin_button_up_active.png"
border = { 7,7,6,0 }
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "spinbutton_down"
file = "spin_button_down_active.png"
border = { 7,7,0,6 }
stretch = TRUE
}

#The arrows drawn on the spinbuttons are set by the next two
#entries. Different types of arrows can be used for different
#states by setting images for each state.

image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
overlay_file = "spin_button_up_arrow.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = UP
}

image
{
function = ARROW
recolorable = TRUE
overlay_file = "spin_button_down_arrow.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
arrow_direction = DOWN
}
}
}

class "GtkSpin*" style "spin"

############################################
# Check Boxes
# --------------
# This section tells GTK how to draw check boxes.
############################################

style "CheckBox"
{

engine "pixmap"
{
#This is the image used to draw an unchecked box.
image
{
function = CHECK
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = OUT
overlay_file = "unchecked_box.png"
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}

#This is the image used to draw a selected (checked) box.
image
{
function = CHECK
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
overlay_file = "checked_box.png"
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}

#Use this image to draw the highlight when a line with a check box
#is moused over.
image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
file = "checkbox_highlight.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
}

}
}

class "GtkCheckButton" style "CheckBox"

############################################
# Radio Buttons
############################################

style "RadioButton"
{

engine "pixmap"
{

image
{
function = OPTION
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = OUT
overlay_file = "option_out_2.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}

image
{
function = OPTION
recolorable = TRUE
shadow = IN
overlay_file = "option_in_2.png"
overlay_border = { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}

#Use this image to draw the highlight when a line with a radio box
#is moused over.
image
{
function = FLAT_BOX
recolorable = TRUE
file = "checkbox_highlight.png"
border = { 2, 2, 2, 2 }
}

}
}

class "GtkRadioButton" style "RadioButton"

################################################
# Statusbars Drawn by gtk (info bar on the bottom of the window)
################################################
style "glossy-GtkStatusbar" = "glossy-default"
{
GtkStatusbar::shadow_type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE

engine "pixmap"
{

#This does not seem to be working. It seems that you can tell gtk how
#to draw the resizing grip in the bottom right corner of the window, which
#seems to be part of the status bar. Not sure why it is not working.
image
{
function = RESIZE_GRIP
recolorable = TRUE
#state = NORMAL
detail = "statusbar"
overlay_file = "menu_hi-light_2.png"
overlay_border = {1,1,1,1 }
overlay_stretch = FALSE
}
}


}

class "GtkStatusbar" style "glossy-GtkStatusbar"

###########################################
#Progress Bars
###########################################

style "ProgressBar"
{
#xthickness = 1
#ythickness = 1
GtkProgressBar::trough_border = 0

engine "pixmap"
{
image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "bar"
file = "progress_bar.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 1}
stretch = TRUE
}

image
{
function = BOX
recolorable = TRUE
detail = "trough"
file = "trough_3.png"
border = { 1, 1, 1, 1 }
stretch = TRUE
orientation = HORIZONTAL
}
}
}

class "GtkProgressBar" style "ProgressBar"


#Widgets that have not been defined yet
class "GtkWidget" style "default"

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 09:27 PM
Okay now back to topic I am working on modifying a GTK theme and I am wondering how I get rid of some ugly lines on the panel and I haven't been able to find any help any where. I think I may have just figured out the problem but I don't know how to fix it. I think it is drawing the images to small.


I'm no expert in gtkrc files, but since that theme is pixmap-based, all the changes you might want to do can be made on the image files stored in the theme folder, no? As for the size of the images... Could you be more specific?

Lostincyberspace
January 31st, 2008, 09:35 PM
I remembered having this problem before with another application and it was that itw putting the right images up but it was placing like 5 rows in it and that was making weird lines I like how the coloring is I just need it to be uniform. light on top to dark on bottom, not multiple line so there are stripes. you should be able to see it in the image I posted.

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 09:43 PM
I remembered having this problem before with another application and it was that itw putting the right images up but it was placing like 5 rows in it and that was making weird lines I like how the coloring is I just need it to be uniform. light on top to dark on bottom, not multiple line so there are stripes. you should be able to see it in the image I posted.

I think now I got it... Sorry... So, what is the size of the pixmaps for the panel and so on? They should have around 22 or 24 pixels of height, in average, in order to avoid tiling. In my experience, of course.

Lostincyberspace
January 31st, 2008, 09:55 PM
20 pixels a little small but I will try stretching it a little in gimp to see if that helps. any way I got to go to work so see every one latter.

dbbolton
January 31st, 2008, 10:02 PM
Especially English-speaking people.

Reminded me of this:

„Writing in English is the most ingenious torture ever devised for sins committed in previous lives. The English reading public explains the reason why. ”

- James Joyce

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 10:10 PM
Reminded me of this:

„Writing in English is the most ingenious torture ever devised for sins committed in previous lives. The English reading public explains the reason why. ”

- James Joyce

Good one. Haha.

raul_
January 31st, 2008, 10:15 PM
Hi everybody! Do you remember the Elegant One theme? I modded it again, inspired by two of the colours of Crimesaucer's Glossy Fall theme:

http://aycu14.webshots.com/image/43693/2003185375975669766_th.jpg (http://allyoucanupload.webshots.com/v/2003185375975669766)

I present to you Elegant Brit. Both a GTK theme and an Emerald equivalent. Pretty much an Alpha version. LOL.

Could you send me the GTK theme? :popcorn:

fedex1993
January 31st, 2008, 10:18 PM
new one started a couple of hours early http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=683957

What is in a name?
January 31st, 2008, 10:21 PM
Could you send me the GTK theme? :popcorn:

Sure! I'll publish it here as an attachment. I've been wondering if I should publish it on Gnome-look and Xfce-look... Everyone knows the theme is modded from Elegant One (and that Elegant One comes from Black and White, by Lyrae), so I guess licensing wouldn't be such a problem?...

raul_
January 31st, 2008, 11:20 PM
Not really happy with it, but here it goes.

Thanks to What is in a Name

Hells_Dark
February 1st, 2008, 12:08 AM
Sure! I'll publish it here as an attachment. I've been wondering if I should publish it on Gnome-look and Xfce-look... Everyone knows the theme is modded from Elegant One (and that Elegant One comes from Black and White, by Lyrae), so I guess licensing wouldn't be such a problem?...

I don't know, but you should try ;)
Yours looks better imo :)

m.musashi
February 1st, 2008, 01:12 AM
It is from Romeo and Juliet, Act 2, scene 2, where Juliet says:

EDIT: Isn't this wonderfully off topic? ;-)


What's in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;

To which Bart replies "not if you called them stink blossoms." And I think he has a point. Think about it.

Yes, very off topic but this thread will be closed soon anyway :)

arbulus
February 1st, 2008, 04:33 AM
Here is an update on my previous post:

Openbox 3.4, with the Uncertainty Gtk and Openbox theme (http://box-look.org/content/show.php?content=74529). Fonts are Arial Rounded MT, HeldustryFTV Basic Black, and Aerofoil (conky).

Feedback is always welcome.


Awesome. You really are a master of Openbox.

I'm curious about something, maybe you might know the answer: I have both Openbox and GNOME installed on my machine. Is there anyway to have separate GTK themes in each? When I change the GTK theme in Openbox, it changes it also in GNOME and vice-versa. Do you know if it is possible to have different themes in each?

raul_
February 1st, 2008, 04:40 AM
Awesome. You really are a master of Openbox.

I'm curious about something, maybe you might know the answer: I have both Openbox and GNOME installed on my machine. Is there anyway to have separate GTK themes in each? When I change the GTK theme in Openbox, it changes it also in GNOME and vice-versa. Do you know if it is possible to have different themes in each?

different users, maybe?

yabbadabbadont
February 1st, 2008, 07:44 AM
Surprising. This thread isn't closed yet.

Last call everyone. :D

p_quarles
February 1st, 2008, 07:47 AM
Ah, thanks for the reminder. The February thread is stickied, so post your screenshots there.