T-ish Pack

GTK2 Themes

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Description:

A fast Clearlooks and Ubuntulooks themes for Gnome made to loosely resemble OSX Tiger.

They fit well with Compiz also.

Contents:
T-ish - Clearlooks theme
T-ish Aguastyle - Clearlooks theme with some pixmap elements
T-ish-Ubuntulooks - Ubuntlooks theme
T-ish-Ubuntulooks Aguastyle - Ubuntulooks theme with some pixmap elements
T-ish-Ubuntulooks Graphite - same as above but thanks to Alejandro Cornejo

Based on Clearlooks or Ubuntulooks engines, Ish GTK theme with additional buttons from Expose and GlossyP metacity borders (with many thanks to authors).

Requires clearlooks or ubuntulooks engine.

For best results use OSX icons, jaguarx mouse theme, and FoxiTiger firefox skin (links below).

IMPORTANT: In order to install all of the themes you'll have to manually extract to ~/.themes dir.

IMPORTANT 2: In order for scrollbars to work on Ubuntu Edgy you have to install gtk2-engines-pixbuf package.

TO-DO:?? (please leave a comment if you find something)
Last changelog:

13 years ago

0.2 Added metacity rounded borders and colored widgets. GTK color changed to lighter mode to be compatible with FoxTiger graphite Firefox theme.
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0.3 solved bug with rounded borders when window was maximized
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0.4 some minor bugfixes
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0.5 improved title text rendering
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0.6 many metacity bugfixes and improvements, thank to many of you but mostly Christoph Trassl for his patch and suggestions.
Fixes include:
- button alignment
- text rendering and alignment (I decided to listen to Cristoph and left align title text. If you prefered centered title text please leave a comment.
- some unfocused issues
- border fix for roll-up windows
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0.6.1 - correct upload, sorry
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0.7 - general code cleanup, title text is centered again. If you want it left aligned go to metacity-theme-1.xml and do as instructed in code.
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0.8 - metacitiy title bar gradient more visible, preferred icons changed to OSX
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1.0 - aquastyle version added
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1.1 - better shade of blue for aquastyle variation
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1.2 - finally the right kind of blue choosen for aquastyle variation, name change in order to avoid confusion about requirements
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1.3 - for usability reasons menu background changed to slightly brighter shade, small bugfixes
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1.3.1 - added gtk1 version for older applications (thanks to danji)
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1.4 - more usability, added helper symbols to metacity widget buttons
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1.5 - secondary backward stepper on aqualike themes turned off in order to achieve correct drawing of scrollbars and spin buttons, if you whish the same for classic themes please leave a comment
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1.6 - many metacity theme improvements, borders now have more elegant appearance.
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1.7 - recalculated metacity based on T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid experiences.
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1.8 - off with the lines between menubar and toolbar in order to get more tigerish look, added link to jaguarx mouse theme
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1.9 - slighly changed background color to better blend with iFox firefox skin, directory cleanup, added link to suggested firefox theme
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2.0 - more usability decisions: metacity menu button replaced with application icon, added active state for scrollbar arrows for aquastyle variation
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2.1 - more atrractive metacity shading, some fixes
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2.2 - by some of your advices tuned the brightness down a bit, please change the firefox theme accordingly
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3.0 - merged clearlooks and ubuntulooks versions, added graphite variation thanks to Alejandro Cornejo
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3.1 - by many user requests I've done a crosstheme buttons unification
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3.2 - iconrc fix

quarenta

12 years ago

thanks a lot for your help, i just can't install it with apt-get it says that the package is missing, do you know if it is other way to install it?

thank you for all

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tmilovan

12 years ago

Hmm, it can be that on your distro there is different name for the package that provides this engine or that you don't have required repository enabled.

What is your distro, and which repositories did you enable?

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quarenta

12 years ago

thanks for everything man, i uncommented some sources and now i've installed the packages, some themes look great now but the t-ish ones do not change the bars like the picture shows.by the way i'm using ubuntu edgy with xgl and beryl.
thank you once again.

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quarenta

12 years ago

sorry i had installed bad the theme,cause i cannot install directly by the theme manager , i've to extract each theme directly in the '.theme' place in my home. now it's working...thank you

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sneffers

12 years ago

Can I please have permission to use some of the icons on your theme to put on a theme I am making? I will not give myself any credit.

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tmilovan

12 years ago

Of course you can use them, the theme is published under GPL license and icons are GPL-ed content..

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popest

12 years ago

Please, what is panel on your bottom part of your screenshots? How install I it? Thank you very much.

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tmilovan

12 years ago

It is ordinary gnome-panel vith specific configuration:

Go to top gnome panel -> right click -> new panel. Go to newly created panel -> right click > propertes.

Choose orientation bottom then: turn off expand, turn on autohide, turn on "show hide buttons", turn off "arrows on hide buttons", set the size 48. Go to background tab choose solid color and tweak transparency to your liking.

Now this is important: on yor newly crated panel put the following applets:
- any launchers you prefer or use frequently
- desktop swithcer applet
- trash launcher
- desktop button

Of course, use OSX icons:))

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dxxvi

12 years ago

... your works.

Could you please tell me how to change the scroll bar?

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tmilovan

12 years ago

Here is advice by eisenpm on: 02/07/2007,

I found out how to get the scroll bars working in edgy:

just install the package:

gtk2-engines-pixbuf

and restart the xserver.

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jonkjon1959

12 years ago

Sorry if this is a stupid question but, i'm new to ubuntu. How do i get the striped background like in the thumbs? Thanks in advance and great work!

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jonkjon1959

12 years ago

never mind i found it under 'edit---backgrounds emblems' in the file browser.

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kikicsui

12 years ago

Your theme is the best, sir ^_^
Any idea to make them with Murrine engine?

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tmilovan

12 years ago

I like murrine engine very much, but don't have plans to do the t-ish version for murrine. T-ish was made with clearlooks in mind.

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eisenpm

12 years ago

I found out how to get the scroll bars working in edgy:

just install the package:

gtk2-engines-pixbuf

and restart the xserver.

DONE!

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tmilovan

12 years ago

Thanks for the info and for the solution.

I just cannot find the time to upgrade to edgy so this info is much appreciated.

I'll post this to description section.

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knalltuete

12 years ago

Hoi,
I really like the look of your theme, but i got a problem with the window decoration. I already solved the scrollbar thing, but the window decoration won't change when I select your theme.
I'm using XUbuntu 6.10 (edgy eft).
I can change window decoration from the menu Applications -> Settings -> Window Manager Settings, but i can't change it to yours.
I also tried copying your theme to /usr/share/themes, but it looks like my system only interprets subfolders of name xfwm4 and nothing like gtk or gtk2.

Can you/anyone help me please?

thanks and bye,
daniel

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ExtremeCoder

12 years ago

Hi. I very much like this theme, but I have a few 'quirks' with it.
1) There is a small 1 px line between the menu bar, and the toolbars. In your first screenshot, this line is not there. Do you have any idea of how tor remove this line?
2) Also in the first screenshot, there is no grey gradiency in the menu bars and window border. How did you achieve this gradiency?

Thanks.

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tmilovan

12 years ago

Thanks,

The line is present only in ubuntulooks themes, clearlooks based themes are without the line. Ubuntulooks have this gradient menu so i found it better looking with line added. If you copy clearlooks part of configuration in .gtkrc to ubuntulooks gtkrc file you should lose the line.

The gradient: the first screenshot is done with compiz window manager running, hence the transparency. Others are done under Metacity. Install beryl or compiz and you'll have transparency.

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tophatandy

12 years ago

I have had this problem with basically every theme that I have come across with modified scrollbars..

Instead of getting the blue scroll like i am supposed to I get this ugly gray one..any help would be greatly appreciated...

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tmilovan

12 years ago

You'll need to have gtk2-engines, gtk2-engines-clearlooks and gtk2-engines-ubunutulooks.

Easiest way to do this is:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines gtk2-engines-clearlooks gtk2-engines-ubuntulooks

That should work.

Toni

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fuckingbugmenot

12 years ago

it doesn't work in my case...
i alway have the same gray scrollbars..

i'm using ubuntu edgy eft ( 6.10 )

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tmilovan

12 years ago

Yes, it seems that there have been some changes in the gtk-engines in edgy... for scrollbars I was using pixmap engine, you should track which package offers pixmap gtk engine and install it...

I will look at this problem as soon as I find some spare computer where I can install edgy... for now though I'm restricted to dapper...

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eisenpm

12 years ago

oh yes, please have a look at this problem! I love your theme, but to have it perfect, the scroll bars need some more color ;-)

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engineer

12 years ago

i really like these themes. i discovered this problem:

there's no insensitive state for the arrows of the scrollbars.

they show up as normal gtk buttons, when insensitive.

i copied the sections for the active buttons and changed the state to insensitive. now it looks better.

maybe you could include this fix in your next release!

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13 years ago

0.2 Added metacity rounded borders and colored widgets. GTK color changed to lighter mode to be compatible with FoxTiger graphite Firefox theme.
----------
0.3 solved bug with rounded borders when window was maximized
----------
0.4 some minor bugfixes
----------
0.5 improved title text rendering
----------
0.6 many metacity bugfixes and improvements, thank to many of you but mostly Christoph Trassl for his patch and suggestions.
Fixes include:
- button alignment
- text rendering and alignment (I decided to listen to Cristoph and left align title text. If you prefered centered title text please leave a comment.
- some unfocused issues
- border fix for roll-up windows
----------
0.6.1 - correct upload, sorry
----------
0.7 - general code cleanup, title text is centered again. If you want it left aligned go to metacity-theme-1.xml and do as instructed in code.
----------
0.8 - metacitiy title bar gradient more visible, preferred icons changed to OSX
----------
1.0 - aquastyle version added
----------
1.1 - better shade of blue for aquastyle variation
----------
1.2 - finally the right kind of blue choosen for aquastyle variation, name change in order to avoid confusion about requirements
----------
1.3 - for usability reasons menu background changed to slightly brighter shade, small bugfixes
----------
1.3.1 - added gtk1 version for older applications (thanks to danji)
----------
1.4 - more usability, added helper symbols to metacity widget buttons
----------
1.5 - secondary backward stepper on aqualike themes turned off in order to achieve correct drawing of scrollbars and spin buttons, if you whish the same for classic themes please leave a comment
----------
1.6 - many metacity theme improvements, borders now have more elegant appearance.
----------
1.7 - recalculated metacity based on T-ish-Brushed-Overlaid experiences.
----------
1.8 - off with the lines between menubar and toolbar in order to get more tigerish look, added link to jaguarx mouse theme
----------
1.9 - slighly changed background color to better blend with iFox firefox skin, directory cleanup, added link to suggested firefox theme
----------
2.0 - more usability decisions: metacity menu button replaced with application icon, added active state for scrollbar arrows for aquastyle variation
----------
2.1 - more atrractive metacity shading, some fixes
----------
2.2 - by some of your advices tuned the brightness down a bit, please change the firefox theme accordingly
----------
3.0 - merged clearlooks and ubuntulooks versions, added graphite variation thanks to Alejandro Cornejo
----------
3.1 - by many user requests I've done a crosstheme buttons unification
----------
3.2 - iconrc fix

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