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#26 2015-11-02 18:00:59

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Re: Themes and Icons

I'm dropping the "BL" from this thread's title since it's for sharing links to all theme and icon sets.

I just moved a screenshot to the monthly screenshot thread. I'm leaving the scrots from before Unia's post because it's just messy if I move them now, but please post screenshots without a theme or icon-set link there.

Thanks!

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#27 2015-11-02 18:15:35

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Re: Themes and Icons

@Snap, thanks again for troubleshooting Deco.

Indeed the permissions were not set right (I didn't even think about it when I uploaded it). Fixed and an edit placed in that post, cheers!

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#28 2015-11-03 03:55:56

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Re: Themes and Icons

@hhh: Really nice. "In love" with inactive windows deco wink
@gako: Interesting. I'll keep an eye on it.


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#29 2015-11-03 04:13:44

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Re: Themes and Icons

You mean having it "disappear", as it were? Thanks!

My theming is heavily influenced by gutterslob/glittersloth's theming when he was posting cwm scrots at #! and my own time with cwm. I've also done a single-pixel xfwm4 theme that I'm addicted to that mimics cwm and similar window managers (active window border inherits GTK selected_bg_color, inactive inherits GTK bg_color)...
https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 4074#p4074

I want to do the same with one of your recent OB themes when I get in the mood, though the colors will have to be hard-coded, of course. Stoopid Openbox. tongue

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#30 2015-11-03 04:35:46

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Re: Themes and Icons

hhh wrote:

My theming is heavily influenced by gutterslob/glittersloth's theming...

gutterslob/glittersloth's themes are still in my backup hard drive: aiko, metrosensual, aquamossII... some of my all time favorites big_smile

hhh wrote:

...though the colors will have to be hard-coded, of course. Stoopid Openbox.

I love openbox for that tongue
rpl command FTW, cd, -R if i want to change gtk colors too:

rpl -R old_color new_color .

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#31 2015-11-03 07:05:32

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Re: Themes and Icons

fog wrote:

rpl command FTW

OMG, life has just gotten a whole lot simpler!
these little gems, that have been around forever, and you only find them by reading random forum posts...

$ rpl
------------------------------------------------
rpl 1.4.1 by Joe Laffey, LAFFEY Computer Imaging.
Visit http://www.laffeycomputer.com/ for updates.
This software comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. rpl -L for license.
Usage:  rpl [-iwRspfdtxe [-q | -v] ] <old_string> <new_string> <target_file(s)>
        ( Put strings in single quotes (') )
        -i   Ignore case of old_string
        -w   Whole words (old_string bounded by white space in file)
        -q   Quiet mode (no output at all)
        -v   Verbose mode (lots of output)
        -R   Search directories recursively
        -x   Specify file suffix to match (e.g. '.html')
             Only files with this suffix will be searched.
             You may specify up to 128 suffixes. (e.g. -x'.html' -x'.jsp' ...)
        -p   Prompt to modify each file
        -s   Simulation mode (lists files that would be changed)
        -e   Honor string Escapes in old_string and new_string
             (e.g.'\n', '\r', '\\', '\015' (octal), '0x0d' (hex) etc.)
        -f   Force overwriting files when permissions cannot be matched
        -d   Don't change modification times of altered files
        -t   Use value of $TMPDIR for temp files instead of original file dir
        -L   Display the software license
        -h   Display this help screen
Returns: 0 on success, system error code on failure.
Note: If you are using a "-" in either the old_string or then ew_string
      you must put a "--" as your last option before the strings.

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#32 2015-11-03 08:14:27

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What's wrong with:

sed -i 's/<old colour>/<new colour>/g' /path/to/theme.rc

tongue

But seriously, really nice command -- thanks for that!
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#33 2015-11-22 14:45:14

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Re: Themes and Icons

FlatStudioDark - tweaked selection bg to grey
FlatStudio-OB  - to match the gtk theme

Bx0DFlWo.jpg

Theme and README can be d/l'd from http://capn-damo.deviantart.com/art/Ope … -573682232


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#34 2015-11-23 00:07:58

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That's some nice boobs work there, man. monkey You should also do a 1px bottom-border version, if you don't mind me suggesting it.

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#35 2015-11-23 00:38:14

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hhh wrote:

That's some nice boobs work there, man. monkey You should also do a 1px bottom-border version, if you don't mind me suggesting it.

Here ya go wink

sed -i 's/window.handle.width: 2/window.handle.width: 0/g' themerc

EDIT: You are right - it probably is better. I've changed themerc in the dA zipfile  cool

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#36 2015-11-23 01:25:02

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Aw yeah, that's how we roll. Thanks damo!

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#37 2015-11-23 01:29:53

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metrosensual. lol.

SSSLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOTTTHHHHH!!!!!!

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#38 2015-11-23 07:23:57

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Re: Themes and Icons

new openbox theme blueprint:
scrot-2015-11-23.png.jpg
goes well with bunsen blackish & solarized dark.
bg tile.


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#39 2015-11-23 13:57:04

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^ Love the menu smile


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#40 2015-11-23 21:18:45

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#41 2015-11-24 01:17:11

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That looks phat dude! Nice stuff.

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#42 2015-11-25 10:23:41

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hhh wrote:

That's some nice boobs.

My thoughts exactly. wink


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#43 2015-12-08 17:43:27

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Re: Themes and Icons

FlatSlate

Openbox and GTK theme

Made to complement the themes shipped with BunsenLabs Linux.

Comprises a new Openbox theme and...

GTK2 and GTK3 themes:
Based on Bunsen-Blue-Dark by our very own prolific @hhh
(Which in turn is based on "Greybird" by Simon Steinbeiß)

Background is a desaturated version of "bl-graph-blue-1920x1200.png"

hT82knpj.jpg

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#44 2016-01-10 12:28:37

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Re: Themes and Icons

here are some stuff i have been uploading to opendesktop.org these years:

http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/searc … n=contents
http://box-look.org/usermanager/search. … n=contents

(i might have more stuff available at opendesktop.org around, i’m not sure exactly where - i guess that both links above shows most of what i uploaded there)

about the icons, i guess that "Puredyne Minimal alternate 2" i have at gnome-look.org is what i have closest to Faenza-Bunsen icon theme, as colours used

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#45 2016-01-10 12:58:36

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i don’t know if this .gnomecc file (gnome-color-chooser) can be useful (be welcome improving it):
http://pastebin.com/raw/cUw2UGaq

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#46 2016-01-10 13:22:40

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btw, i have a bunch of themes and config files available at http://nitrofurano.altervista.org/linux/ - perhaps they might be useful for someone here! smile

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#47 2016-01-11 07:59:39

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nitrofurano, i've been interested in your minimal icons some years back, unfortunately they're still incomplete :-(

about gnome-color-chooser - it's a very good application, but why not just write actual gtk2 themes (or can it do gtk3, too)? you don't have to start from scratch, just start hacking sth you find.


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#48 2016-01-11 08:34:19

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Unia wrote:

Guys, this isn't the screenshot thread. This thread serves to share your own (modified) GTK themes and icon themes.

But it is a thread under the Artwork & Screenshots forum, and screenshots are helpful in seeing the resulting product.  wink

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#49 2016-01-11 12:21:16

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ohnonot wrote:

nitrofurano, i've been interested in your minimal icons some years back, unfortunately they're still incomplete :-(

sad that these icon names are always getting renamed yearly or monthly (i wonder why), resulting on a huge bunch of similar icons with different names, and missing another amount - really great would be if we could have an easy access of all of these icon names and directories, for significantly easing the process for the icon artists and “patchworkers”


ohnonot wrote:

about gnome-color-chooser - it's a very good application, but why not just write actual gtk2 themes (or can it do gtk3, too)? you don't have to start from scratch, just start hacking sth you find.

well, colourscheme files are extremely neat, since IRIX/4DWM time (there were .basecolorpalette files), because they are just a mere text file of all needed colours for gui elements - and making hundreds of similar whole themes by merely hacking their colours is hugely toilsome and painfully slow, and takes a huge disk space when compared with colourscheme files

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#50 2016-01-17 22:55:10

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Re: Themes and Icons

i made a gtk theme.

TempuraFlat

i started with bunsen blackish, changed the colors (took them from an old gtk theme) and started tweaking murrine settings until i got it really, really flat.

here it is for gtk2:
TempuraFlat.png
the openbox theme needs a little improvement.

anyhow, please help me with gtk3!
i have no gtk3 on my system. maybe i will, in a few weeks when i don't have so much studying to do, but right now i just changed the colors in gtk.css but haven't tested anything.
also you could test some of the apps for gtk2.
yes, it's a WIP.


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