Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

But it's back again in the latest update. :P - Oct 19 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Usually all I have to do is to close and open an application again to see the changes. This varies on distributions I've noticed. (Works fine in ArchLinux for me.) Otherwise restart gnome-shell. ALT+F2 and then type r to restart it instead of logging in and out.

If you're not using gnome-shell you can try to restart whatever you're using. ALT+F2 (or "Run" from any menu) and then type your-window-manager --replace - Oct 17 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

It's a bug in Ubuntu. When Nautilus is set to handle the desktop it will display that menu. If you don't use desktop icons you can turn off that feature in gnome-tweak-tool. (There should be a button saying something like: "let the file manager handle the desktop.")

If you do use desktop icons you'll have to uninstall appmenu-gtk and appmenu-gtk3 to get rid of it. (This will also remove Unity's global menubar.) - Oct 14 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Avant-window-navigator. - Oct 14 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

That's not an issue, it was intentional to get sharper icons, the smaller non-standard size made the icons look blurry. But if you want smaller icons there you can open gnome-shell.css and locate: .system-status-icon and change the icon-size to whatever you would like. (I think it was at 1.2em before.) - Oct 11 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Do you know exactly which rows that was fixed in the CSS? I can't find any comments about it. - Oct 05 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

You can send the fixes via pastebin or tell me what you did to fix it. :) - Oct 04 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

It's a Libreoffice bug and should be reported to the devs that handle the gtk integration of Libreoffice. - Jun 23 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

I see that there are 2 versions of the Unico engine in AUR. r69 is the one I'm using. - Jun 23 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Gradient color should be fixed.
I'm not sure about the totem bug however. I guess it could be an engine bug. Let me know if you find any other theme based on the Unico engine with a working slider. :) - Jun 23 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

In Gnome 2 you just have to open System > Preferences > Appearance to change your font. But this theme doesn't come with any pre-set font other than the one in the shell theme. - Jun 08 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Open the gnome-shell.css file in gedit and change to the font you would like to use.
It's in one of the first lines:
stage { font-family: ... }
Just replace "Trebuchet MS", ubuntu, cantarell with the font you would like to use.

If you would like to change the font-size you can just open gnome-shell.css in gedit and press CTRL+H. Replace 8pt with 9pt for example. - Jun 08 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Try it now. Think I've fixed some Gimp and Pidgin performance issues. :) - Jun 08 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Upgrading Libreoffice to 3.4 fixes the problem without the need to edit anything. - Jun 07 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Those are non native GTK apps. Problems should be reported to the devs so they can fix better GTK integration. - Jun 07 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

I've located the bug to the missing steppers that's a part of my design. It won't be fixed because it will break the overall look of the theme and because it's a bug in Libreoffice/Openoffice.
https://bugs.launchpad.net/egtk/+bug/629634/

But you can fix it yourself by changing a value to 1 in the gtkrc file:
GtkScrollbar::has-forward-stepper = 0
to
GtkScrollbar::has-forward-stepper = 1

If you have any additional problems with the scrollbars in ooo or libre, check this: http://howto.blbosti.com/2010/12/elementary-theme-fix-missing-scrollbars-in-openoffice-libreoffice/ - Jun 04 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

1. Not my biggest priority, but hopefully I'll make some of my own. :P

2. I may need to create a 2nd metacity theme for Gnome 3 users. My old metacity theme was made for Gnome 2, so those modal dialogs weren't included. Meanwhile I can suggest that you detach those dialogs. (I can't understand the purpose of them anyway.)

Open gconf-editor and un-tick this key:
/desktop/gnome/shell/windows/attach_modal_dialogs - Jun 03 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Does this happen with any other theme? Elementary gtk for example? - Jun 03 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Hmm... First of all, try to apply the window border theme in gnome-tweak-tool and then logout and login.

If that didn't work try this:
Navigate to the folder where you installed the themes and type this:
chmod 777 -R zukitwo*

Then try to apply the window border theme in gnome-tweak-tool and then logout and login. - Jun 01 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Fixed. :) - May 31 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

1. Fixed.
2. The theme doesn't use any dark menus. (Since of today's update 2011.05.31.) I can't see anything wrong there.
3. Same as 2. - May 31 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Menus should now be fixed. The buttons however will stay the same. I currently don't like GTK3 that much because it doesn't have any box-shadow support. It's really limited compared to the Murrine GTK2 engine.

This was mainly a GTK2 theme from the start and I feel it's a regression to the Gnome 2 users to make the buttons in the GTK2 theme as flat as the ones in the GTK3 theme. - May 31 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Banshee doesn't seem to use a standard GtkToolbar. Every fix I've tried doesn't work.

Totem doesn't have any toolbar as far as I know, so nothing to fix there. - May 30 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Try:
pacman -S gtk-engine-murrine gtk-engines - May 28 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

It sounds like you don't have the GTK2 engine Murrine and pixbuf installed.

yum install gtk-murrine-engine gtk2-engines - May 28 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

My bad.
libreoffice-gtk is a Debian package.

Try to google: 'Arch libreoffice gtk theme' to see if you can find a solution. - May 27 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Have you installed the libreoffice-gtk package?
pacman -S libreoffice-gtk - May 27 2011
Zukitwo-AWN

AWN Themes by helmuthdu 2 comments

Nice. Didn't knew AWN worked with gnome-shell. :) - May 26 2011
Soothe

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 9 comments

The emerald package in the latest Ubuntu is out of date. Fix instructions here: http://lassekongo83.deviantart.com/journal/40287013/ - May 16 2011
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Decided not to include it as I had no way of testing it. I run Ubuntu in VirtualBox, and the guest additions makes Nautilus-elementary go infinite loop. :/ - Apr 06 2011
Simpleton

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 17 comments

The panelbg file is in the "Panel graphics" folder in the archive.

To change the menu icon you can open gconf-editor and go to:
/apps/panel/objects/
Find the entry that handles the menu. Click "Use custom icon" and in another part of the same entry you need to enter the path to the custom icon. - Mar 29 2011
Simpleton

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 17 comments

Folder structure should be like this:

/usr/share/themes/Simpleton/gtk-2.0

In the gtk-2.0 folder there should be a gtkrc file plus 2 other folders.

Then look at this image to see if you did it wrong or right: ;)
http://data.fuskbugg.se/skalman02/4d8f67437fd9e_show.jpg

And for the window decoration:

## INSTALLING THE EMERALD THEME(S) ##

Make sure you're running emerald first.
Press ALT+F2 and type:
emerald --replace

Go to System -> Preferences -> Emerald theme manager.
Click on the import button to import the *.emerald file(s).
Select the theme from the list.

(BTW, make sure you have compiz and emerald installed first.) :) - Mar 27 2011
Simpleton

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 17 comments

Folder structure should be like this:

/usr/share/themes/Simpleton/gtk-2.0

In the gtk-2.0 folder there should be a gtkrc file plus 2 other folders.

Then look at this image to see if you did it wrong or right: ;)
http://data.fuskbugg.se/skalman02/4d8f67437fd9e_show.jpg

And for the window decoration:

## INSTALLING THE EMERALD THEME(S) ##

Make sure you're running emerald first.
Press ALT+F2 and type:
emerald --replace

Go to System -> Preferences -> Emerald theme manager.
Click on the import button to import the *.emerald file(s).
Select the theme from the list.

(BTW, make sure you have compiz and emerald installed first.) :) - Mar 27 2011
Simpleton

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 17 comments

From the included HOW_TO_INSTALL file: ;)

Unzip the Simpleton folder to 1 of the following locations:
/usr/share/themes
/home/your username/.themes

Go to System -> Preferences -> Appearance and click on the Customize button.
Select the theme(s) from the lists there. - Mar 27 2011
Simpleton

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 17 comments

Thanks. :)

It should be removed if you apply the included GTK theme.

If you're using another theme then check the panel.rc file.
Get the style "panel-arrow-remove" part and the included images and copy it to the theme you're using. - Mar 26 2011
Soothe

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 9 comments

An installation script would be my next step if I just could understand how to write everything. Looking into the possibility of creating an ImageMagick script for the intended panel usage too. Never used ImageMagick before though. :P - Mar 02 2011
ffuu

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 16 comments

I'm not sure, but are you trying to use the font Myriad? I'm not even sure if that font supports the Cyrillic alphabet. The panel.rc doesn't even change any of the font settings. - Jul 20 2010
Zuki

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 37 comments

Sounds like an engine problem.
Is it Murrine 0.90.3+git20100323 you have installed? Try to install the latest murrine-git version otherwise. - Jun 24 2010
Zuki

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 37 comments

Not sure why the compression is so much better in 7zip, but perhaps that may have something to do with it. :P

Anyways. Try using a GUI for this, like file-roller for example. - Jun 23 2010
Zuki

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 37 comments

The archive works fine for me. Are you sure you have p7zip installed? And what program do you use to extract compressed files with?

Unfortunately I can't pack it in any of the other formats because of the 750KB size limitation here on gnome-look. The 7z file is 128KB while the other formats gets up to 800-2000KB. - Jun 23 2010
Zuki

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 37 comments

Download it here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Equinox+GTK+Engine?content=121881 - Jun 11 2010
Zuki

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 37 comments

When I run twf in a terminal I just get 2 warnings about GtkSpinButton. But I get that with all themes I've tested, so I guess it's just a bug in twf. I haven't noticed that it breaks anything. - Jun 11 2010
Crono

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 4 comments

I'll see if I can create a smooth gradient without using a pixmap in the panel. As for the handlers I'm not sure why it doesn't use the transparent png that I use for the other handlers. - May 31 2009
Kupo Finale

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 11 comments

For this style to work correctly you'll need:
gtk2-engines-pixbuf
gtk2-engines-murrine
gtk2-engines-mist

(It may still display a message box in the Appearance window, but it can be ignored.) - Dec 31 2008
Kupo Finale

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 11 comments

The font is Futura.

I've updated some of the text colors, so most of them should be visible now I hope.

The search field in epiphany is supposed to be like that. The black border styles many other applications too in different areas.

I'll see what I can do about the higlights when I have time. :)

The Combo boxes in Firefox, evolution etc are bugging me too. I haven't managed to find a fix for this yet, but I'm sure it's possible to do something about it. - Dec 31 2008
Pucko Modern

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 10 comments

Thanks. :) - Oct 27 2008
Orange door hinge

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 28 comments

That's Screenlets with NowPlaying. - Mar 22 2008
Orange door hinge

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 28 comments

Just extract it to /home/your-username/.themes/ - then press the customize button in the Appearance settings. - Mar 21 2008
Orange door hinge

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 28 comments

If you don't want the white line you can just go to the Panel folder in the theme and edit panel-bg.png in Gimp.

To set up the icon you'll need to backup and remove any start-here.png/svg icons in your current icon theme. Then create a 24x24/Places folder in your icon theme (if you don't have one) and put the start-here.png icon there - Then "killall gnome-panel" to refresh. - Mar 20 2008
Orange door hinge

GTK2 Themes by lassekongo83 28 comments

Thanks. I belive that is a bug in the pixmap engine. All pixmap themes I've used do the exact same thing. - Mar 19 2008