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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 52%


Downloads:  46390
Submitted:  Jan 8 2010
Updated:  Feb 15 2015


This theme is inspired on my gtk theme Win2-7 but without any gtk-engine, totally using bitmaps and more like 7, just started tonight any comments to improve this work are welcome :)

Same recomendation - use the "Panel_Win2-7.png" as your panel image background located in /gtk-2.0/Panel ;)

Download Win2-7 Pack and install or update to newest version today!!!!


- Restructured styles on gtkrc
- Several bug fixes

- Improves on metacity theme

-Changed: Toolbar
-Changed: Metacity theme
-Fixed: Bug with scrollbars on openoffice
-Fixed: Bug with panel on terminal
- Fixed: Bug on terminal
WARNING **: Invalid borders specified for theme pixmap:
borders don't fit within the image
- Fixed: Bug with text entry on Firefox
- Improved: text entry pixmap
- Replaced: Buttons of gtk-toolbar
- Fixed: GTK-Theme selection bug

- Even more corrections and improves

- Tons of corrections and improves

- Restructuration of gtkrc for better comprehension and edition
- Fixed focus on panel elements
- Improved statusbar

- Improved tabs
- Changed toolbarbutton prelight

- New Panel colors
- Added focus on buttons, combobox, toolbar
- Added transparencies on scroll-thumb horizontal and vertical

- Improved spin arrows

- Eliminated borders on:
shadows and text entry

- Improved shadows and textboxes
- Improved framegaps

- Fixes on Toolbar width (changes visible on software like tucan or emesene)

- Added New Range Lines (WMP12 style)
- Removed vertical line
- Minor Fixes

- Fixed Menu
- Optimized horizontal and vertical lines
- Added frame gap
- Deleted unused files
- Added Se7en Basic Panel for other resolution screens (800x600 and 1024x768)

- Fixed bug on tabs (line in the middle)
- New Listheaders (like 7 theme)
- Fixed Lines of Menu (like original menu)
- New Arrows (more like 7 theme)
- Corrected Window back color

Beta 2
- New toolbar buttons
- New Tabs
- Fixed Background buttons for gnome-panel
- Added backgrounds for Se7en Basic Panels (3 differents backgrounds)

- First release

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 by FrozenFox on: Mar 3 2010
Score 50%

I'm using this theme in *windows*, because the default gtk windows theme on Win7 doesn't look quite right in some respects in my gtk apps (like Pidgin on Win7). This fixes pretty much all of the things that bugged me, and looks/works orders of magnitude better than my own hack I made from dissatisfaction with other win7 theme clones. My only tweak to do is make the font larger if possible, as it is smaller than everything else. Thanks a lot.

PS: For those with the same problems, just copy the theme folder to C:\Program Files\Common Files\GTK\2.0\share\themes and select it with the gtk theme selector program that comes with gtk2. If you're on 64 bit, it would be in "Program Files(x86)" for 32 bit programs like pidgin.

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 Re: Nice

 by FrozenFox on: Mar 3 2010
Score 50%

Small addendum to the above for those who use gtk2 stuff in windows..

I couldn't get your icons from your win2-7 pack working or another win7 icon set i found working under windows to make gtk's icons match.. however, this one did work for some reason:


It's not anywhere near perfect (some of the buttons suck or don't exist actually), but it's good enough until one of these others works, which I'm looking into right now by comparing them.

Also, it seems the pidgin chat window background on your theme is a light blue when it should be a light gray. If/when I fix the above, I will try to remember to post the tweaks back :p

The icons go in C:\Program Files\Common Files\GTK\2.0\share\icons [or Program Files (x86)].

Add a gtk-icon-theme-name = "whatever" to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\GTK\2.0\etc\gtk-2.0\gtkrc to do it globally, or your specific theme's gtkrc to do it for that theme only (recommended..).

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 Re: Re: Nice

 by juandejesuss on: Mar 6 2010
Score 50%

Well I haven't tested my gtk-theme on Windows nice to know this worked for you

and yes my theme is blue because I don't like neither the tabs nor the white color of win7, my background and tabs are like WMP12 =P still being win style ;)

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 your nice gtk-theme

 by Karmicbastler on: Apr 18 2010
Score 50%
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hi jesus,

I am still working on the Windows-Vista original Icons as well aso nthe Windows7-original icons.

I will tell you and the people, when I will launch up.


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 Re: your nice gtk-theme

 by juandejesuss on: Apr 18 2010
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Hey friend how are you long time on chat haha Im still looking forward to see and try your new stuff =D keep up your good effort

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 color schemes

 by remix on: Jan 4 2011
Score 50%

Could you add options to change color schemes. I'd like to be able to change color of text in windows. For example now, in gnome applet window list there is only white possible.

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 make transparent nautilus background

 by acox on: Jun 23 2011
Score 50%

I appreciate on your win2-7 theme, mate. It is really amazing. I make it as my default theme now.
I just wonder if you also could make tranparent nautilus background. The idea is look like this http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Nautilus+Transparent+Back?content=56631. This may make jeleous our windoz users' guys.
Thanks mate.

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