SoliditySeasons

GTK3 Themes

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SoliditySeasons is a GTK3 pack theme made with the Solidity engine, including SoliditySpring, SoliditySummer, SolidityAutumn, SolidityWinter and their variations with same colors but darker tones, based on SolidityChromium (http://opendesktop.org/content/show.php?content=148483) and matching the Open-Murrine-Seasons themes (http://opendesktop.org/content/show.php/Open-Murrine-Seasons?content=140811). I want it looks Clearlooks-Glossy/Murrine like as far as possible.

IMPORTANT : Solidity engine (http://opendesktop.org/content/show.php/solidity+gtk3+engine?content=142331) is required (0.4.1 version) !
It works better on GTK 3.2


Also available :
MurrinaSeasons (http://opendesktop.org/content/show.php/MurrinaSeasons?content=140810)
Last changelog:

7 years ago


1.0 : Initial release.

TheStarLion

7 years ago

Running Cinnamon on ArchLinux, installed the soldity engine from AUR (0.4.1 version) and extracted the themes to ~/.themes, but none of them showed up. Made sure they're put there correctly, extracted so that the folder with index.theme inside is in the .themes folder, but all that shows up are the default solidity and soliditydark themes.

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DDZ

7 years ago

I'm not sure because I run LXDE so I make a symbolic link to change GTK3 theme. For example, with SoliditySummer :

ln -s /usr/share/themes/SoliditySummer/gtk-3.0 ~/.config/gtk-3.0


Does it work once you uncomment this line :

#GtkTheme=SoliditySummer

removing the "#" ->

GtkTheme=SoliditySummer

in the index.theme file?


Else, maybe you must follow the GTK 3.x wiki article : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/GTK%2B#GTK.2B_3.x to use Gnome Tweak Tool or to edit {XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/gtk-3.0/settings.ini manually.



PS : Solidity must be updated to work with GTK 3.4

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TheStarLion

7 years ago

That doesn't seem to make it show either, and Gnome-Tweak-Tool can't see any of them too.
Guess I'll have to go manually for now.

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SpecKtacle

7 years ago

Where did you download that GTK3 widget factory from? I've been looking everywhere for one, but all I can find is the one for GTK2.

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DDZ

7 years ago

It is "A Widget Factory" (https://github.com/valr/awf)

Compile and install :

- GTK2 :
./autogen.sh
./configure --prefix=/usr
make
sudo make install (or su -c 'make install')

- GTK3 :
./autogen.sh
./configure --prefix=/usr --with-gtk3
make
sudo make install (or su -c 'make install')

Or:

- Ubuntu package (http://ppa.launchpad.net/valere-monseur/valr/ubuntu/pool/main/a/awf/)
- PPA (https://launchpad.net/~valere-monseur/+archive/valr)

Running :

- GTK2 : awf-gtk2
- GTK3 : awf-gtk3

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7 years ago


1.0 : Initial release.

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