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Olive Suite


GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 73%
Olive Suite

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Downloads:  14362
Submitted:  Feb 22 2006
Updated:  Feb 28 2006


A simple theme inspired by the nonstep suite for litestep. http://nonstep.litestep.com/screenshots/

Wanted to make something that looked like it was done with CSS and this is what i came up with.

The cut out effect doesn't get displayed the way I would like due to the (lack of) options in the engine for stretching images, maybe this will change one day.

BMP Skin by me.
Window buttons from epicbard's MintJulup Openbox theme. http://www.uoguelph.ca/~fanguelo/dtop.html

Wallpaper by http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/1930189/
Icons by http://tango-project.org/Tango_Desktop_Project


1.6 (experimental. still cant decide if i like some of the changes)
-Too much to mention. Changed just about everything in one way or another.
-Decided to make a complete suite based on the theme. Will be going through the Tango icons making all of the folders match at every size...
-Added matching BMP Skin to the package.

(Tango Green Scalable Folder Icons)
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 Inheriting Tango?

 by aleander on: Mar 9 2006
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Why are the customizations of Tango are made in such a weird way? I have made it like this (http://schiller.shirk.pl/~aleander/tango-greenscale.tar.gz) so that it inherits the (hopefully) already installed Tango theme, only overriding the icons of folders. I don't really know the index.theme structure, but this works for me. Have I missed something? (apart from the fact, that I need to keep the original Tango theme installed :>)

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 XFWM deco?

 by polachok on: Apr 1 2006
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cannot find XFWM deco... where is it? if here is somebody as stupid as me, he can use http://home.peterstar.ru/unixgeeks/olivexfwm.tar.bz2
i made it for myself

Excuse me for my English
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 by apparatus on: Apr 24 2007
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It's really great - nice to see a good-looking theme for once. I have two problems though: 1. The icon link doesn'r work anymore. 2. When having a sytem menu on a panel, the system menu and the rest of the panel has different borders (one being solid and the other dotted). It looks discontinuous. Is there a way to fix this?

Again, thanks for a great theme!

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 Re: great

 by apparatus on: Apr 24 2007
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I just noticed that if I make the panel bigger, the dotted line will now cross through it, which doesn't look very good either... I would fix it if I knew how :)

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 Some issues..

 by TaintedBlack on: Nov 19 2008
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Is this icon set still available for download some where? If anyone has it please share it.. I am sure I am not the only one who would appreciate it.

Also there seems to be an issue with the dotted line on the bottom of the panel not going clear across the bar with some panel icons. Anyone know how to fix this? I really like this theme and am willing to put work into fixing it up and re-releasing it if else will. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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 by dhasenan on: Dec 12 2012
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I love it! I'd like a gtk+3 version, though.

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