MandrakeGalaxy colour consistency

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This is a slight modification to Mandrake Linux 9.1's default widget sytle, Galaxy. It fixes numerous inconsistencies with the way that Galaxy handles colour schemes by default (i.e. it doesn't). Specifically:

- radio buttons use highlight colour, not background colour
- progress bars use highlight colour, not hard-coded blue
- buttons, scrollbars, toolbars, and menubars use button colour instead of background colour
- vertical scrollbar controls use a horizontal gradient and horizontal scrollbar controls use a vertical gradient, not the other way around

See the preview screenshot for a more visual representation of the differences.

yf12s

18 years ago

. . . the times.

Where is translucency in this theme? I am a Mandrake user and found this theme a little hacked together.

But your improvements are very nice. Good job!

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smeat

18 years ago

Where is the transperancy missing at? If you mean the menus they *can* transparent.


smeat!

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yf12s

18 years ago

I suppose you have to be in love with gradients to like it too.

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Snake74

18 years ago

Thanks for explaining it to newbies users of mandrake,and keep up the good work :)

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daniele

18 years ago

I'm a cooker ML reader, and I still haven't found why it was not done by the mdk team, although they were told to...
Now, when the mdk package? :)
Daniele

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