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I've been Leopard-fying my desktop a bit (mainly post-keynote) - this is a in-the-works screenshot.

nechus

11 years ago

Hello
I've been using your GTK theme for some time and I think it's awesome. But blue bars and buttons just don't fit my Ubuntu-oriented wallpapers. Is it possible to change the color?
Thanks. :)

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Fant0men

11 years ago

fucking elite-wannabe bastard. go smoke your weed like the rest of Kristiania..

your avatar says it all, you think you're the smartest man alive.. a fucking wizard. well you're not, fucking muslim hater.

*pisses on denmark*

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toby

11 years ago

It's spelled Christiania - Don't knock what you don't know.
And my avatar actually depicts a Mac Zealot
( http://www.freeiconsweb.com/Freeicons/Cartoon_head_icon/Mac%20zealot.png )

I don't mean to sound like a broken record, but grow up, kid.

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Fant0men

11 years ago

if you anyone wants to know why I think toby is a retard (or if you just want to prove yourself a flaming btard) you can look at the comments on this link:

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Vista+fail?content=59152

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ThrowRocksAtMe1

12 years ago

Looks near perfect, and I have to congratulate you in your taste in music. BTW, Era Vulgaris wasn't too good.

If you're interested, I'll be updating a screenshot of my desktop in a second.

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ThrowRocksAtMe1

12 years ago

Oh I forgot to add one thing. How'd you get the Mac-Menu applet to work with the transparent panel? Did you upload a completely transparent menubar image?
No.. that wouldn't work...
Did you add settings to your .bashrc or a file like that? I'm interested, I had to take mine off because it completely ruined the panel

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kimmik

12 years ago

I think I can help out:
Just comment out the line in the gtkrc file (of the theme) where it defines the background-image for the menubar

something like:

engine "pixmap"
{
# Menubar background
image
{
function = BOX
state = NORMAL
file = "Menu-Menubar/menubar.png"
stretch = TRUE
}

to:

engine "pixmap"
{
# Menubar background
image
{
function = BOX
state = NORMAL
### file = "Menu-Menubar/menubar.png"
stretch = TRUE
}

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malwk

12 years ago

Oh come on:) This wont do the job, get real:)

What will happen is that just the underlaying widget will be shown, not that the manubar will become transparent:)

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ThrowRocksAtMe1

12 years ago

What I'm asking is how he got the Mac Menu applet on the panel to be transparent and hold the same background as the panel. Because GTK menubars by default can't hold transparency, and the Mac Menu applet uses the Menubar's background instead of the panels, what I'm guessing he did was take a color value, like, for instance, eeeeee, made the panel half transparent, and then make it the panels background color, then make a picture in the GIMP with the same color value and make it a themes menubar background. After that, maybe he added to ~/.gnomerc or something "export GTK_MENUBAR_OPACITY=0.50" or something, i don't know the command or proper file to add it to.

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toby

12 years ago

The truth is, I cheated. If you look closely, you'll see that my icons and text is also transparent, simply because I had to use Beryl to get the job done (which is stupid, honestly).
I've been googling, as one would, and found several references to the variable "GTK_MENUBAR_ACTIVE_OPACITY" for instance, but I have been entirely unable to get it to function, nor have I found it mentioned by anyone but the macmenu users/devs.

Here are some links;

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=241868&page=4

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=241868&page=3

http://gnomesupport.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10279

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ThrowRocksAtMe1

12 years ago

What I'm asking is how he got the Mac Menu applet on the panel to be transparent and hold the same background as the panel. Because GTK menubars by default can't hold transparency, and the Mac Menu applet uses the Menubar's background instead of the panels, what I'm guessing he did was take a color value, like, for instance, eeeeee, made the panel half transparent, and then make it the panels background color, then make a picture in the GIMP with the same color value and make it a themes menubar background. After that, maybe he added to ~/.gnomerc or something "export GTK_MENUBAR_OPACITY=0.50" or something, i don't know the command or proper file to add it to.

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ThrowRocksAtMe1

12 years ago

I'm not using a theme that implements a background to menubars :/

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