T-ish-Metal

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 16 comments

It's just plain gnome panel.

Go to top gnome panel -> right click -> new panel. Go to newly created panel -> right click > propertes.

Choose orientation bottom then: turn off expand, turn on autohide, turn on "show hide buttons", turn off "arrows on hide buttons", ste size 48. Go to background tab choose solid color and tweak transparency to your liking.

Now this is important: on yor newly crated panel put the following applets:
- any launchers you prefer or use frequently
- desktop swithcer applet
- trash launcher
- desktop button

Now if you choose OSX icons you have the bottom panely exactly the same as on screenshot.

Hope it helps. - Mar 10 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

You should have the following in your:
/etc/X11/xorg.conf

Section "Extensions"
Option "Composite" "Enable"
EndSection

This should help. - Mar 09 2006
T-ish-Metal

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 16 comments

Thanks,

I'll add another metacity to the package for the next release. - Mar 09 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Ok, I understand now.

Unfortunately I don't see any way to get them matched and too have preflight effect at the same time.

I don't think there is the way to have that yet.

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. - Mar 08 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thanks,

Start gconf-editor from console.

Or on ubuntu: go to:
Applications->System tools->Configuration editor

when gconf is started go to:
apps->nautilus->preferences

choose: start_with_location_bar and turn off allways_use_location_entry

TOni - Mar 08 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Well, you are right.
Some of things you mentioned could not/should not be configurable by theme.

However,most of it is already explained in comments. Here a short walktorugh:

Metacity buttons:
Start gconf-editor from console.

Or on ubuntu: go to:
Applications->System tools->Configuration editor

when gconf is started go to:
apps->metacity->general

and into button_layout field put the following values:

close,minimize,maximize:menu

Shadows:

instal xcompmgr and start it with following options:

xcompmgr -sc -t 2 -l 2 -r4 -o .70 -C

Nautilus background:

Start Computer nautilus window, go to edit-> emblems and backgrounds, choose whatever you like and drag&drop it on nautilus background.

Hope it helps, - Mar 06 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Not sure if I have understood you correctly, but try to use theme details to match metacity and gtk theme if that is the problem.

If not can you explain the problem little bit more.

Thanks. - Mar 05 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Thanks,

Panel is an ordinary gnome-panel with various icons from www.deviantart.com - Mar 05 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

:)) well that's the way I like them. It take me some time to set them that way. What do you suggest?

And thank you too ;)) - Mar 04 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

I'm not sure what you mean. Can you explain little bit more?

Thanks. - Mar 04 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Well I didn't thought about it because I recommend OSX icons.

However since OSX icons introduced green evolution icons I should probably reconsider this.

Thanks. - Feb 28 2006
SnowIsh SVG & PNG

Icon Sub-Sets by saki 67 comments

It's very very nice, but why are PNG icons so blurry in menus?

I have lousy laptop and SVG's are overkill but PNG's are much more blurred at 1024x768.

Is there a way to sharpen them a bit? - Feb 13 2006
T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 28 comments

Thanks,

Look at my replay to the comment from idosan, it's just above your comment. - Feb 05 2006
Tish-Aquastyle-cst

GTK2 Themes by danji 9 comments

I like it :))
Good work.

Toni - Feb 03 2006
T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 28 comments

Thanks,

You'll need xcompmgr installed. Then you can start it with:
/usr/bin/xcompmgr -sc -t 2 -l 2 -r4 -o .70 -C

I suggest you to put it in some startup script for gnome session.

But mind you, it will slower you down. - Feb 02 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Thanks,

I'll try, right now I'm gathering improvement ideas for T-ish series so shoot :)) - Jan 30 2006
T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 28 comments

Hmmm... Metacity should not be affected my engines.

Try to copy them to:
/usr/share/themes/T-ish-Brushed-overlaid

Toni - Jan 30 2006
T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 28 comments

Ok, I managed to get less spaced elements, but I didn't managet yet to trim the metacity theme, and statusbar heigt is actualy consequence of metacity rounded borders.

I'll see what I can. - Jan 30 2006
T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 28 comments

Thanks,

I think you are right, and I think I see the way how to fix it.

Watch for next release soon :))

Toni - Jan 30 2006
T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 28 comments

Thanks,

It is a side effect of xcompmgr that I use for window shadows. Panel is standard gnome panel.

If you are short on resources you can achieve this by starting xcompmgr on session startup and killing it immediately after or you can install gdesklets plugin "starterbar" which looks better than standard gnome panel but it's less
usable.

Toni - Jan 30 2006
T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 28 comments

Don't know about xfce but your problem sounds like everything was not extracted as it should.

I rechecked the theme and it works well, so look at the :~/.themes/T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid foder and check if you have metacity-1 and gtk-2.0 foders.

If not extract them again.

Let me know what happend.

TOni - Jan 29 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

:)) Thanks, your clocks are not bad either:))

Toni - Jan 23 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Thanks,

I will check it out, however I'm using unofficial ubuntu package and it works ok. - Jan 23 2006
T-ish-Metal

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 16 comments

Well, I think you are right this time. :))
Will do it for the next release.

Thanks. - Jan 21 2006
T-ish-Metal

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 16 comments

Nautilus background is not configured by this theme, user have to do it manualy. It is entirely user choice. - Jan 18 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thank you.

Animated progressbar is planned feature:))

However, to do this it requires clearlooks-cairo engine which is right now in development status and does not yet accepts all configuration parameters I need to make this theme behave as it should.

As soon as we have stable clearlooks-cairo engine I'll publish a version that enables animations.

In a meantime, if you whish to experiment you can install latest clearlooks cairo development release, and try animations with classic T-ish theme which already works with clearlooks-cairo engine.

Cheers. - Jan 11 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Ok, thanks. - Jan 10 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Actually I was thinking about it. But since I'm a busy person and don't know anything anout fireforx themeing I never get much further.

Logical step is to get some documentation, read it and then implement existing T-ish design into firefox themeing engine.

Got any documentation links to save me searching time :))?

I'll definetly do it but it will take some time.

Thanks fot interest.

- Jan 09 2006
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Thanks.

About orbital, well I'm sorry... it goes too far from my initial idea, and I'm not sure that other users will like it.

Cheers. - Jan 05 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

thanks :))

bug noted, fix willgo into the next release. - Jan 04 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Can you please send me a screenshot?

Thanks, - Jan 03 2006
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

I'm affraid that this is not possible at the moment.

Sorry. - Dec 30 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thanks,

Bitmapped themes are generaly slower than the plain surface themes. However, this one should be among the fastest in that group (at least it is on PC's where I tested).

Do you have clearlooks engine installed? If you do and is still slow than I recommend some of the non-bitmapped themes.

Cheers, - Dec 30 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thanks,

This will be solved when I remove double arrow.

Cheers. - Dec 29 2005
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Ok, that helps:)

There are two ways:

1.Through gconf-editor.

On ubuntu: go to:
Applications->System tools->Configuration editor

when gconf is started go to:
apps->nautilus->preferences

Set: background_color: #777777
or fou can put filename in background_filename to get pattern in bacground

2. The easier way:

Click on Places->Computer then in menubar go to: Edit->Emblems and backgrounds and then just drag&drop desired color or pattern from opened window to the background of Computer window. Thats it.

Hope it helps. - Dec 29 2005
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Not sure if I undersootd you correctly, but try this and let me know is this is it.

Through gconf-editor.

On ubuntu: go to:
Applications->System tools->Configuration editor

when gconf is started go to:
apps->nautilus->preferences

And turn on always_use_browser field.


Hope it helps, - Dec 29 2005
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Hi,

Thanks for suggestion but I'd like to avoid so much pixmap engine elements in this theme. The main reason I did this theme was that I wanted a fast tigerish theme and at the same time I was fascinated with clearlook engine.

If I wanted to just mimic OSX theme I would use the pixmap engine from start, but results would be slower.

Another thing is that new clearlooks-cairo makes great usage of animated progressbars and I'd like to see them in T-ish.

What I suggest to you is that you take T-ish, make as many changes you as want and publish your own variation.

Cheers. - Dec 28 2005
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Through gconf-editor.

On ubuntu: go to:
Applications->System tools->Configuration editor

when gconf is started go to:
apps->metacity->general

and into button_layout field put the following values:

close,minimize,maximize:menu

Hope it helps,

TOni - Dec 28 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Oh, and yes about the +-x: I tried them once than it seemed to me as a "touch too much" since we already have visual aids that helps us to know which button is which.

But if more people would like to have those aids I will gladly add them, I just need little bit more pushing to do it. So if anyone reads this and thinks +-x are needed. please ract now. - Dec 28 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thanks again,

About icons: I tried NuoveXT and find them really good, but thing is, they just don't get very well with this theme (in my oppinion) so I use either OSX, gnome-apple or Snow-Apple (from art.gnome.org).


On the other hand if you are talking about stock icons (back, forward etc..) that I included in theme package I think they are essential for theme look and feel the way they are, and I don't intent to replace them. However they are easy to turn off (just comment out the "include iconrc" directive in gtkrc file) so it's a win-win situation :)) - Dec 28 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thanks,

I'm working on it for some time now, but either I turn off too much brushed backgrounds, or tool little :)). I'm obviously missing some class declatrations in my .gtkrc to make this right.

So, it's on my to-do list and I will solve it sooner or later if it's solveable :))

Meanwhile I'm using gdesklets starterbar as transparent panel :)) - Dec 27 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thanks for your suggestion, it's worthwhile so I'll see what I can do about it :)) - Dec 27 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Neverdmind, I think I solved it.

Thanks again. - Dec 27 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Do you mean tooltops box (appears when hovering over something with mouse) or something else?

If that is something else can you please give me an example?

Thanks, - Dec 27 2005
SnowIsh Theme

GTK2 Themes by saki 11 comments

:)))

Well, Snowish as directory name does not work for me (it gives default gtk theme), while SnowIsh (capital S and I) does.

Go figure. :)) - Dec 27 2005
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Huh,

Must have messed something up :))Thanks for noticing me. I'll set it up in the next release.

Thanks. - Dec 26 2005
SnowIsh Theme

GTK2 Themes by saki 11 comments

...where it not belongs, but: :)))

I really like this theme. However, I think that puting widget buttons (min,max,close) 2px lower will improve appearance even further.

I may be wrong though:))... too lazy to try it myself ;))

Cheers. - Dec 26 2005
SnowIsh Theme

GTK2 Themes by saki 11 comments

Yes, but beware, it's case sensitive, so you should call directory SnowIsh in order to work.

Nice theme:)) - Dec 26 2005
T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 138 comments

Thanks,

I will include it in the next release.

Cheers. - Dec 26 2005
T-ish-Brushed Pack

GTK2 Themes by tmilovan 95 comments

Thanks,

Well, theme should be considerably fast comparing to other brushed themes.

Aqua versions are little bit slower because they call pixmap engine for scrollbars, but overall it should be pretty fast also.

I'm using it on my laptop and it's fast enough where many other themes are not.

Of yourse plain T-ish is much faster :)) - Dec 19 2005