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Minimum Suite

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Submitted:  Jan 6 2009
Updated:  Jan 15 2009

Description:

I was wondering if I could design some really minimalist interface, without lots of effects, shiny stuff, etc... Here it is ;) I present you "Minimum", made using only contrast, and a few gradients :D It comes in Black and Black value reversed => White.

The archive contains :

- Minimum Black GTK Theme
- Minimum White GTK Theme
- Minimum Black Contrasted GTK Theme
- Minimum White Contrasted GTK Theme

- XFCE Black Windeco
- XFCE White Windeco
- XFCE Black Contrasted Windeco
- XFCE White Contrasted Windeco

- Metacity Black Windeco
- Metacity White Windeco
- Metacity Black Contrasted Windeco
- Metacity White Contrasted Windeco

- Gradient wallpapers


Have fun with it, download, try, comment, etc...




Changelog:

01/06/09 : First encounter...
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01/15/09 : 2 contrasted version in Black and White are now available. The panel has been slightly reworked, so have the progressbars been. Added a small collection of Gradient wallpapers. The toolbars as also been reduced from 24x24 to 16x16 :)




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 Very nice

 
 by dweller on: Jan 8 2009
 
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Good work, this is a very nice theme.

I agree that the white one should have a little more contrast: If you make the menu fonts black, and give a little more contrast to the scrollbars and the tabs, this is going to be perfect.


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 Do not beat me;)

 
 by seraphyn on: Jan 15 2009
 
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But, did you plan a QT_Version, because i got some QT-Apps ( just k3b, krusader) and they look weird with this nice theme.
Or did you know a theme that fits with yours?

Greetings
Seraphyn


I must create a system or be enslaved by another mans; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create.
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 Re: Do not beat me;)

 
 by thibaut28 on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Well I'll see if I can make something looking close to this under QT, maybe with QTCurve and an associated color scheme ;)


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 THX

 
 by seraphyn on: Jan 17 2009
 
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So my ion3 will look close to My , and maybe some other users, basic idea how a desktop should look alike.
Greetings


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 engines?

 
 by JECHO on: Jan 17 2009
 
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hey what engines does this theme use? i copied the folders into /usr/share/themes but nothing is showing up in the appearance prefs window so im assuming i dont have the correct engine installed.


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 Re: engines?

 
 by thibaut28 on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Well it uses only "pixmap" and "mist" engines, but it seems there are issues when using it on Ubuntu. But if it doesn't show up in the list, I don't think it's an engine problem. Did you unpack all the themes ? or just the big folder containing the 4 archives and the wallpaper folder ? Maybe check your installation and if it's not the problem, I'll help you further ;)


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 Re: Re: engines?

 
 by JECHO on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Yeah I'm not a noob with this stuff, I've been doing it for years. I know I'm installing it correctly but not sure why it's not working... I'll check what engines I have installed when I get a chance.


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 About the new themes

 
 by dweller on: Jan 17 2009
 
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Nice try, the contrasted white theme is somewhat easier to use. Good work with the progress bar.

I think there are still some minor problems regarding the contrast. Of course, this is a matter of taste.

- The scroll bars are still pretty much indistinguishable on the first glance. You have to search for them in order to find them.
- The same with the active tab. Maybe add a more distinctive border?

Anyway, thanks very much.


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