buhlennium

GTK1 Themes

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An early attempt at putting together themes that'll work equally nicely for KDE and GNOME users.
Last changelog:

18 years ago

0.1 - initial version

0.2 - made several elements more "three dimensional"; worked on continuity between GTK theme and IceWM theme. And I swear, I'll fix that IceWM theme Real Soon Now! ;-)

anonymous-hive

18 years ago

I really like this theme, althoug installation in KDE failed (2.2.1), GTK works fine, except one littel weirdness. It does not display checkboxes when they are in a menu (like the 'sign mail' in sylpheed).

But I'm sure this will get fixed, and then, combined with the icewm theme, and kde-style import it'll make a great full-desktop style!

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

We definitely need more efforts in themes like this.

I hate to have several different looking UIs. This solves it.

Great work! Go on...

Maybe you could use some other existing GTK themes and fix them, so that they work with KDE?

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

I've been wondering, as well, about looking at the code for the Legacy style...I realize that one probably can't expect Legacy to work 100% Perfect(TM) but...ugh...some of the oddities I've run into...for instance, when playing with a gtkrc, being able to theme either KDE menus, or GTK menus, but not both...*sigh*

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

check out www.codeweavers.com for their crossover plugin, worth every nickle

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

How did you managed to run Quicktime 5 with Linux???

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luci

18 years ago

I would just recommend at least 1px border around the windows... But maybe it is not your kwin(icewm) window decoration work...

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

...I didn't want borders. :-) Mebbe tonight after I get home from work I'll make a version with borders, see what I think. :-)

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

I like it.. we need more intregration between the two DE's

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

I used the method you outlined in 'how to install' and KDE took me thru the wizard alright. The theme appears in the list under 'Style' but does not change any attribute set by the previous theme (such as buttons, etc)
What's going on?

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

I'll take a look and see if I've fouled something up upon packaging the theme...if so, oops, sorry. :-}

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

try uncompressing the theme tarball (open a Konsole, type 'tar xzvf buhlennium-GTK-0.1.tar.gz`), then go to the Control Center, Style, click on Import GTK Themes (or run klegacy import), click on Browse, go into the buhlennium/gtk dir. If that works, congrats. :-)

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18 years ago

0.1 - initial version

0.2 - made several elements more "three dimensional"; worked on continuity between GTK theme and IceWM theme. And I swear, I'll fix that IceWM theme Real Soon Now! ;-)

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