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Equinox GTK Engine

GTK2 Themes 257 comments

Score 75%
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Apr 27 2011
A minor issue for LibreOffice Calc especially in the evolution series is that the narrow vertical scrollbar leads to narrow tabs for the sheets.

I'm perfectly willing to live with this but if it could be corrected for LibreOffice it would be nice.

And a question: Is there a comprehensive documentation for the equinox engine? - Apr 06 2011
I don't if it will have some side effects but technically you could simply copy the "glass" version to your local ~/.themes, then upgrade and still have "glass". - Apr 03 2011
Thank you for making changes to "focus". These are beautiful themes. - Apr 02 2011
Bug or Feature Request:

I recently discovered equinox and instantly fell in love with these beautiful themes.

I have one serious usability problem, though.

When I want to select several non-consecutive files in a folder I mark one item then hold down the ctrl-key and navigate to the next item with up/down then select or deselect with space bar.


In the "Ambient" theme the item in focus is marked with clear visual cues. In all the equinox based themes there is (to my eyes) no visual cues indicating which item is currently in focus, that is, only by selecting/deselecting can I see where in the list I am.

I went through the gtkrc file but found nothing referring to "focus" like there is in the ambient one.

Thanks - Mar 30 2011
Bug or Feature Request:

I recently discovered equinox and instantly fell in love with these beautiful themes.

I have one serious usability problem, though.

When I want to select several non-consecutive files in a folder I mark one item then hold down the ctrl-key and navigate to the next item with up/down then select or deselect with space bar.


In the "Ambient" theme the item in focus is marked with clear visual cues. In all the equinox based themes there is (to my eyes) no visual cues indicating which item is currently in focus, that is, only by selecting/deselecting can I see where in the list I am.

I went through the gtkrc file but found nothing referring to "focus" like there is in the ambient one.

Thanks - Mar 30 2011