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    Cool Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Advaicium is now dead. Someday, this thread will be holding a completely new version of Advaicium, namely Ada X. The first Ada X version will be 10.0, codenamed Firelight.

    You can still download Advaicium 0.96.2 as of now.
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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Great work!
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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Great job, thanks!

    I would add this to gtk-2.0/gtkrc to improve the integration of Chrom[e,ium]:

    style "chrome-gtk-frame"
    {
    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-color = @bg_color
    ChromeGtkFrame::inactive-frame-color = "#EAEAEA"

    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-gradient-size = 128
    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-gradient-color = @bg_color

    ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-trough-color = @bg_color
    ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-slider-prelight-color = @base_color
    ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-slider-normal-color = @base_color
    }

    class "ChromeGtkFrame" style "chrome-gtk-frame"

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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    I just checked and this uses the version of Adwaita from Gnome-themes-standard 3.0.0 rather than the more streamlined version (with less padding and other fixes) that was released in Gnome-themes-standard 3.0.1 about 3 weeks ago.

    That might be the version still in Ubuntu's Gnome 3 PPA(?) but if you are using Fedora or OpenSUSE this is a regression.

    Other than that, it's a good start! I hope you can get the scrollbars taken care of, as well.

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    Exclamation Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    I’m getting pink borders everywhere since updating today. Please see the screenshot.
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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Quote Originally Posted by inckie View Post
    I’m getting pink borders everywhere since updating today. Please see the screenshot.
    I too have that (Adwaita AND Advaicium). But not in stuff like Rhythmbox, Brasero (both are GTK3). This does not have to do anything with Advaicium (come on, that's a GTK2 theme). It's Adwaita's fault. I can not fix that. Please talk to the GNOME 3 devs about this issue.
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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Problem with pink borders occurs, when you have too new version of Adwaita installed on your system, eg. from Fedora's rawhide. At least, that's true on Fedora.

    Anyway, great work.

    In order to have always up to date version of Adwaita, I made symlinks from /usr/share/themes/Adwaita contents (without gtk-2.0 directory) to ~/.themes/Advaivium.

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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Quote Originally Posted by mxt View Post
    Great job, thanks!

    I would add this to gtk-2.0/gtkrc to improve the integration of Chrom[e,ium]:

    style "chrome-gtk-frame"
    {
    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-color = @bg_color
    ChromeGtkFrame::inactive-frame-color = "#EAEAEA"

    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-gradient-size = 128
    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-gradient-color = @bg_color

    ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-trough-color = @bg_color
    ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-slider-prelight-color = @base_color
    ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-slider-normal-color = @base_color
    }

    class "ChromeGtkFrame" style "chrome-gtk-frame"
    Done.

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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Quote Originally Posted by maximo1010 View Post
    I too have that (Adwaita AND Advaicium). But not in stuff like Rhythmbox, Brasero (both are GTK3). This does not have to do anything with Advaicium (come on, that's a GTK2 theme). It's Adwaita's fault. I can not fix that. Please talk to the GNOME 3 devs about this issue.
    Hey, chill! I just thought you’d have advice on how to fix it. Sorry if I sounded demanding.

    Quote Originally Posted by PPyclik View Post
    Problem with pink borders occurs, when you have too new version of Adwaita installed on your system, eg. from Fedora's rawhide. At least, that's true on Fedora.

    Anyway, great work.

    In order to have always up to date version of Adwaita, I made symlinks from /usr/share/themes/Adwaita contents (without gtk-2.0 directory) to ~/.themes/Advaivium.
    I just did that and the pink borders remain only in tooltips. Thanks, @PPyclik!
    Last edited by inckie; May 24th, 2011 at 03:25 PM.

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    Re: Advaicium: Adwaita GTK3 port to GTK2

    Quote Originally Posted by inckie View Post
    Hey, chill! I just thought you’d have advice on how to fix it. Sorry if I sounded demanding.
    I am calm, actually...

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