Murrina-BSM

GTK2 Themes

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Description:

This theme needs MURRINA ENGINE. Take a look in web to know how to install it in your distro.

You'll find a PNG image in ~/.themes/Murrina-BSM, my suggestion to panel's background.

The theme support any COLOR that you want, just go to System>Preferences>Appearance>Themes>Customize>Colors to edit all the colors of the theme. In screenshot I put six colors to show it, but there you can change everything (including the color of menus, panel, windows, textbox and more)

There's NO COMPIZ/BERYL or any 3d desktop in screenshots. This theme is LIGHT and FUNCTIONAL.

Please leave your vote and comment!

Enjoy!

Last changelog:

10 years ago

Mon Jul 28, Change the default colors, description and screenshots

Fri Jul 25, Set blue as default color!

Thu Jul 24, first release.

cmost

10 years ago

I have the Murrine SVN engine properly installed and other Murrine themes work, but when I try to use yours, I get old Win95 style widgets. I've tried installing theme to /usr/share/themes as root as well as to /home/username/.themes to no avail. Any suggestions? I would really like to use your theme. Thanks.

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brunomarquesbr

10 years ago

I tested this theme with Arch, Ubuntu 8.04 and 7.10 and doesn't have any problem.

This problem probaly becomes from a SVN engine (maybe it has some bugs).

My suggestion is install Murrine-configurator and try to change some options. I understand that exist a lot of versions of Murrine-engine and Murrine-configurator, with options very diferent.

Here you can find the Murrine configurator:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=53951

Please, try this and tell me if it works or no.

Sorry by the english.

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UbuntuLee

10 years ago

Lol didn't see the blue screenshot.

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brunomarquesbr

10 years ago

This theme is colorable. Just go to customize>colors and you'll can change all the colors, including the panel, menus, selected itens and more.

In the screenshots I just change the "selected itens" color to blue.

Enjoy!

*Sorry by the bad english*

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brunomarquesbr

10 years ago

I tested this theme with Arch, Ubuntu 8.04 and 7.10 and doesn't have any problem.

This problem probaly becomes from a SVN engine (maybe it has some bugs).

My suggestion is install Murrine-configurator and try to change some options. I understand that exist a lot of versions of Murrine-engine and Murrine-configurator, with options very diferent.

Here you can find the Murrine configurator:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=53951

Please, try this and tell me if it works or no.

Sorry by the english.

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UbuntuLee

10 years ago

I like it. One thing though. Could you possibly make a blue version?

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brunomarquesbr

10 years ago

This theme is colorable. Just go to customize>colors and you'll can change all the colors, including the panel, menus, selected itens and more.

In the screenshots I just change the "selected itens" color to blue.

Enjoy!

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10 years ago

Mon Jul 28, Change the default colors, description and screenshots

Fri Jul 25, Set blue as default color!

Thu Jul 24, first release.

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