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Well, I think there are a lot of new themers who have
trouble understanding gtkrc and think that the widget
factory is some magical app that once you have that
installed and you know how to use it theming becomes
very easy.

So this group I thought I'd start because I know there
are a lot of experienced themers here with a lot of
knowledge and a lot of new themers which have a lot
of questions.

This would be the place to discuss possible bugs
and fixes and ideas and such.

I think we need a place like this because:
"No problem should ever have to be solved twice."

Join if you have any knowledge in gtkrc or are interested
in starting making themes and contributing to this
site!

Useful links:

Object hierarchy (very useful for figuring out how to assign different classes and widgets and for figuring out why things got messed up during your last edit): http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk/stable/ch01.html

Nice set of useful links on a number of topic: http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/UsefulLinks

Well linked theming tutorial: http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GtkThemes

Yet another guide to theming: http://orford.org/gtk/

Another great set of links (some to the ones above, but there are more): http://www.gtk.org/documentation.html

You can spend a lot of time clicking around live.gnome.org's stuff and get a lot of really useful information.

http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk/unstable/

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 bottom layer for pixmap button

 
 by pfeoora on: Feb 13 2009
 
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Hey there! I've got a problem here that I can't solve. Is there any way to put something like a bottom layer "@bg_color" for transparent pixmap buttons? Made the buttons in my themes transparent to be able to recolor them, but now they don't display correctly in some cases (e.g. some websites etc.)
Would be great if someone knew a solution for this issue.
Thanks :-)


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 Text colours!

 
 by Izo on: Mar 5 2009
 
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Ola!

Feast thine eyes on THIS:

http://www.divshare.com/img/6722805-c3c.png

I'm modding the kde4.2 theme on here so that it has black buttons. The idea is to make a theme that emulates the new MacBook's interface.

I've been trying to figure out to get white text on black buttons, yet keep all other text in the theme the same as it is. I've added:

fg[NORMAL] = "#ffffff"
bg[NORMAL] = "#ffffff"
base[NORMAL] = "#ffffff"
text[NORMAL] = "#ffffff"

...under the button style, but as you can see from the screenshot, it's not entirely successful.

PLEASE HELP.

/izo\


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 Text highlight!

 
 by Izo on: Mar 12 2009
 
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Also!

Have a look here: http://www.2nrds.com/images/77.png

You see the menubar at the top and the text? The text appears to have a very slight highlight underneath.

Is there a way to emulate that in gtk?

/izo\


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 Re: Text highlight!

 
 by TheRob on: Mar 12 2009
 
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As far as I know there is no way to
do that on gnome, also, the buttons
should work with that code you mentioned.

If I remember correctly it's the fg
(foreground) color that changes buttons
text.

Nice screenshot also man!

//Robert


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 Help!

 
 by cb2k on: Mar 15 2009
 
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Any help appreciated.

Modified a gtk2 theme everything is good but for one problem.

Firefox tool bars and drop-downs are not
complying to the theme style - in that the bg image is not showing up?
conversely the rollover effect image does ...


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 Re: Help!

 
 by TheRob on: Mar 15 2009
 
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Yeah I feel your pain man!

During my gnome days I spended countless
hours trying to get that god-forsaken-miserable-excuse-for-a-browser to even
comply with my themes, with aboslutely
0 zero luck, I wish you the best of luck
tho, but be warned, it's one tricky app
to try to theme via gtk.

all the best

//Robert


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 Re: Re: Help!

 
 by TheRob on: Mar 15 2009
 
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oh sorry.. forgot to mention that most of
the firefox themeing is done via css.


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 Re: Help! Solved !

 
 by cb2k on: Mar 15 2009
 
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I found a solution for skinning firefox

Css edit extension and a little research in to the code syntax before editing the UserChrome.css. anyway here is a copy of my UserChrome.css:

/* Use a background image for the toolbars */
toolbar, menubar, toolbox, menupopup, tooltip, #FindToolbar, bookmarks toolbar, menulist {
-moz-appearance: none !important;
background-image: url("file:tb.png") !important;
}



/* The following four lines were added by KDE */
scrollbarbutton[sbattr="scrollbar-up-top"] { display: -moz-box !important; }
scrollbarbutton[sbattr="scrollbar-down-top"] { display: none !important; }
scrollbarbutton[sbattr="scrollbar-up-bottom"] { display: -moz-box !important; }
scrollbarbutton[sbattr="scrollbar-down-bottom"] { display: -moz-box !important; }

/* Pop-up bookmarks toolbar */ #PersonalToolbar {display: none;} #navigator-toolbox:hover > #PersonalToolbar {display: -moz-box;}



/* Remove Back button when there's nothing to go Back to */
#back-button[disabled="true"] { display: none; }

/* Remove Forward button when there's nothing to go Forward to */
#forward-button[disabled="true"] { display: none; }

/* Remove Stop button when there's nothing to Stop */
#stop-button[disabled="true"] { display: none; }


/* Eliminate the throbber and its annoying movement: */
#throbber-box { display: none !important; }

#menubar-items {
padding-left: 5px !important;
}

#menubar-items > #main-menubar {
margin-left: -9000px !important;
}

#menubar-items:hover > #main-menubar {
margin-left: 0 !important;
}

#menubar-items:hover {background-image: none !important; padding-left:0 !important;}

/* Remove the Edit and Help menus
Id's for all toplevel menus:
file-menu, edit-menu, view-menu, go-menu, bookmarks-menu, tools-menu, helpMenu */
#helpMenu, #edit-menu { display: none !important; }





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 Oh Yeah - ps

 
 by cb2k on: Mar 15 2009
 
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If any of you decide to give it a try remember to store the images in the same folder as your userchrome.css
Some formats work better than others png
works well for me.


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 Along those lines...

 
 by CITguy on: Mar 15 2009
 
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Is there a way to exclude firefox from being themed via GTK?


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 Re: Along those lines...

 
 by TheRob on: Mar 15 2009
 
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well, there are a lot of themes available
for firefox on the addons page.


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I realize that, but I want to know if there is a way to keep GTK from theming Firefox.

Say I want to install a GTK theme with dark buttons. Firefox inherits those buttons and it doesn't always look right.

How can I keep GTK from theming those buttons in Firefox? What widget class or name or whatever do I utilize to use the normal buttons?


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 Re: Re: Re: Along those lines...

 
 by cb2k on: Mar 15 2009
 
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Yes it is possible to do this. I use a separate iconsrc file and folder etc - but Rob was on the money with the css approach it offers more theming options.

I achieved the desired result I was looking for after a relatively painless excursion with CssEdit extension to simplify editing My userchrome.css

Theres loads of documentation out there I found this link helpful:

http://www.knology.net/~mcdavis941/ui_visual_index/index.html




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 quick question

 
 by hugoreyes on: Mar 18 2009
 
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im pretty new to this but ive made a theme i like a lot but i cant figure out which setting controls the taskbar flash colour (as in when someone talks on pidgin i like the taskbar entry to pulsate in a certain colour)

any help?


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