Any Color You Like
GTK2 Themes
Description:

The purpose of this gtk theme was to create something minimalistic that also follows the gnome color settings.

It uses the murrine, industrial and hc engine. All of them comes pre installed in at least Ubuntu, probably in many other distributions to.

Feedback is appreciated. =)
Last changelog:

7 years ago

*0.4 2010-01-18
-Changed the tasklist buttons or whatever they are called.
-No longer uses the clearlooks engine.

*0.3.1 2009-10-10
-Fixed the scrollbars in Open Office, kinda hackish solution but it will have to do. =)

*0.3 2009-07-20
-Smaller toolbar-icons.
-Made some borders and frames invisible, this made the theme look a lot "cleaner".

*0.2.1 2009-05-09
-Fixed some bugs that I had missed in the previous release.

*0.2 2009-05-02
-Put the murrine engine in the mix to fix some design details that was bothering me.
-Buttons, Combo and Entry boxes is now drawn with the hc-engine.

*0.1 2009-03-14
-Initial release.

muhas

5 years ago

how port to gtk3?

Report

switzak

5 years ago

I haven't used gtk3 yet so I don't know how it works. I might look into porting this theme when I switch distro to something using gtk3. But I don't know when that will happen.

Report

tangato

6 years ago

delicious, like your iconset. thanks!

Report

philosophy

7 years ago

Switzak, I think I've commented on all your other awesome ACYL creations.... I have a bug to report this time, however. The scrollbar in OpenOffice doesn't appear. When I scroll with the mousewheel, the pixels where the scrollbar should be do not change. The pixels don't change when I click, and I can't scroll by dragging. They do change if I move the window off-screen and back on, but it's always some distorted mess of pixels.

the problem isn't present in firefox or other apps as far as i've seen.

Also, whenever I click and drag the scroll bars, they disappear and then reappear when I let go.

the only thing wrong with this screenshot is the sidebar in OO. i use various utilities to hide desktop icons, menubars for gnome apps.

http://drop.io/o8nskbi262

Report

switzak

7 years ago

Thanks for the bugreport, I see now that I have the same problem with OO and will try to fix it. However as I have just moved to a new city. And will begin my studies at the univeristy tomorow I might not have so much time to work on my projects here on gnome-look. So don't hold your breath.

Report

TwoPointOh

7 years ago

That third screenshot looks great. What's the wallpaper?

Report

switzak

7 years ago

Thanks, the wallpaper is something I picked up here on gnomelooks. It is called Nevermore.
Link: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Nevermore?content=77930

Report

DevastatorPC

8 years ago

Anyone has idea how to change GTK colors in XFCE4?

Report

switzak

8 years ago

You could try gnome-color-chooser. I don't know if it will work since I don't use xfce, but it's atleast worth a try. =)

Report

AtomicZero

8 years ago

I love minimal themes, and this one looks great. and I like the you let me pick the colors I want..

Report

JohnLM

8 years ago

Nice One!
I might replace my current Industrial with this! Thanks!

Report

switzak

8 years ago

I am glad you like it. =)

Report

7 years ago

*0.4 2010-01-18
-Changed the tasklist buttons or whatever they are called.
-No longer uses the clearlooks engine.

*0.3.1 2009-10-10
-Fixed the scrollbars in Open Office, kinda hackish solution but it will have to do. =)

*0.3 2009-07-20
-Smaller toolbar-icons.
-Made some borders and frames invisible, this made the theme look a lot "cleaner".

*0.2.1 2009-05-09
-Fixed some bugs that I had missed in the previous release.

*0.2 2009-05-02
-Put the murrine engine in the mix to fix some design details that was bothering me.
-Buttons, Combo and Entry boxes is now drawn with the hc-engine.

*0.1 2009-03-14
-Initial release.

Filename Version Description Filetype Packagetype License Downloads Date Filesize Install
Score 59%
59.00 Likes
41 Dislikes
Details
version
0.4
updated Jan 18 2010
added Mar 14 2009
downloads
page views 527