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Openbox 3.4 theme to match the GSM gtk theme. There is an other Openbox GSM theme around (see third link), but I tried to make this theme follow the GSM style closer.

Feedback is very welcome.

gejr

13 years ago

Which panel are you using in those screenshots? Is it gnome-panel? looks very nice.

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urukrama

13 years ago

It is the xfce4-panel (I sometimes use openbox as a window manager within xfce).

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crimeboy

13 years ago

the bonsai wallpaper is perfect, the theme too

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urukrama

13 years ago

Thanks, crimeboy. The wallpaper isn't mine, though, and I don't remember where I found it. If I can locate the source again, I'll post a link to it here.

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hpfn

12 years ago

Hi,

do you know the image's name? name.png. Really like the wallpaper

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IstrikeAgain

13 years ago

Again, congrats urukrama.
I think the menu buttons are fine as they, or maybe just a dot would be fine too.
Anyway, it's a great port. Good Work.

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urukrama

13 years ago

Thanks for the feedback. I'll leave the bullets as they are now.

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IstrikeAgain

13 years ago

I can't get the GTK theme to work though... Murrina GSM works but not the other one. I have the pixbuf engine installed

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IstrikeAgain

13 years ago

forget it... I mistakenly installed the GTK1 engine instead of the GTK2 engine

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urukrama

13 years ago

So it works now? The pixmap gtk theme is much nicer than the murrina, in my opinion, so it is worth getting it to display properly.

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