David Nielsen wrote:
lør, 18 11 2006 kl. 14:51 +0100, skrev Andrea Cimitan:
> Il giorno Sat, 18 Nov 2006 13:38:25 +0100
> Andrea Cimitan <cimi86(a)alice.it> ha scritto:
>> Here it is...
>> Requires "Murrine Gtk2 Engine" version 0.31 otherwise you will have no
>> gtk2 look.
>> Please use with the added metacity.
>> Under development... It's just a simple theme to see Murrine
>> To customize the look you can do in two ways:
>> 1)Install Murrine configurator and edit with the GUI (recommended):
>> 2)If you want less roundness edit gtkrc of the theme and set roundness
>> to 3 (clearlooks roundness) or 0,1 to a squared one.
>> set glazestyle = 1 for a "curved" hilight on glaze instead flat ones.
>> See attachments for the archive.
>> Best Regards
> I'm stupid... reattached a working version...
Okay, I've had time to install Murrine and test out the theme:
- the default base color is very drape, seems dull and 90's
I don't like fedora bluish color... but here they are
- the menubar color is to dark which makes the menu titles hard to
The same goes for the tooltips
yes it can be fixed but people like it
- The highlights looks very unnatural, maybe they should be
(potential bad performance I know) or something - currently it just
looks like every button is made up of 2 differently colored blocks.
you can set glazestyle = 2 and roundness = 3 and feel a better one... i
think with those new settings the theme looks a few better
There's a lot of experimentation left to be done I guess
Why don't you write your own theme? I can't provide all the work by
myself... I'm not a real robot ^^