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Re: Thanks, and...
Aug 21 2009  on content Google 2.0-final

Oh, and one more suggestion. It would be nice if you added a separate link to the background.jpg file so that people can use it as wallpaper. (I know people can go and find it themselves after installing the GDM theme, but it's more complicated.)

Thanks, and...
Aug 21 2009  on content Google 2.0-final

Thanks. I really like this theme, and especially that you included the icons, pointers and GDM. It makes for a nice package.

One minor thing. There's some problem with the GDM "screenshot" not displaying in the list of GDM themes after installation. My guess is that it has something to do with an incorrect file name in your GdmGreeterTheme.desktop file, but I'm not sure.

Thanks, and...
Apr 11 2009  on content Mac OS X Bundle

Thanks for the good looking theme. I change themes a lot, but when I want a "Mac" look, I use this one.

One thing though, the scroll arrows (vertical and horizontal) in the "insensitive" state revert to the system default theme look and don't look good like the rest of your theme. Any chance you will do an update and modify that? I already did a mod for my own use and would be very happy to send you the code and four pixmap graphics if you would like to use them. I don't want to "release" yet another mod myself and clutter up this place even more or detract from your great work.

Thanks again.

Re: Re: Ubuntulooks & Ubuntu 8.10
Nov 5 2008  on group GTKRC (themes)

Sorry, looks like I didn't make that very clear. Both the reference to the ubuntulooks engine _and_ the reference to the "" engine (referred to as the "unstyle stlye") cause error codes. And until I removed the first problem (the reference to the ubuntulooks engine), I didn't even see that there was the second problem.

In my themes, the ubuntulooks engine is used for some stuff like the look of progress bars, etc. It was no big deal to just ignore it, because the effects aren't very noticeable. (See also the post below.)

The "unstyle" was a workaround for some other minor problems. But it was tricky to figure out how to use that hack, and it'd be nice to find another solution if this one isn't going to work.

Re: IBEX gedit and GTK+
Nov 5 2008  on group GTKRC (themes)

About ubuntulooks, see my post above. Those new human theme and desktop conflict with the ubuntulooks engine. I did a little digging into it, and haven't yet found a good solution. Your experience with installing ubuntulooks and losing the others is exactly the problem others experienced. So I can't recommend attempting to install the ubuntulooks engine in Ibex.

Regarding gedit, yes, for some reason it is incredibly slow in Ibex. Hopefully that will be noticed and updated in the near future.

Ubuntulooks & Ubuntu 8.10
Nov 4 2008  on group GTKRC (themes)

Has anyone looked into the "conflict" between the new "human-theme" in Ubuntu 8.10 and the ubuntulooks engine? I'm trying to figure it out and to see if there is a simple solution.

Also for Robert (and anyone else who uses the "unstyle" style trick), an error is reported when choosing themes with that piece of code: "This theme will not look as intended because the required GTK+ theme engine " is not installed."

The piece of GTK code in question looks like this:

style "unstyle"
engine ""

As far as I can tell, it no longer works. I was using that code to clean up a panel problem when using the "contact-lookup-applet" (and it also is there to prevent Sodipodi from crashing). It's messed up now, so I think that means any reference to the "unstyle" style is ignored.


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