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GTK3 Themes

e-gtk-theme

GTK3 Themes Dec 28 2014
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SMPlayer/MPlayer
e-gtk-theme

GTK3 Themes 29 comments

by tcl
Score 66%
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Dec 28 2014
Well, regarding this... many comments above or WARNINGS are all about it.
What to add? I don't know.
Contributors are welcomed of course! - Feb 23 2015
Well, I cannot help... The faulty part are using frame from adwaita engine recognizale in any adwaita theme based; There is no such frame in this theme; And furthermore, it does not use adwaita engine. I am not sure `StateBox' is a valid widget name either.

Good luck. - Jan 22 2015
Well then grab them:
http://pastebin.com/75gZspqd
http://pastebin.com/C1CS8ADb

Just run `patch -p1 < FILE' in the sources directory or in `/usr/share/themes/e' if installed.

(You should have patch binary or grab on the Debian/Ubutun official repository. You could have just edited the file at hand with context provided by those diff...)

Luck. - Jan 22 2015
Well then grab them:
http://pastebin.com/75gZspqd
http://pastebin.com/C1CS8ADb

Just run `patch -p1 < FILE' in the sources directory or in `/usr/share/themes/e' if installed.

(You should have patch binary or grab on the Debian/Ubutun official repository. You could have just edited the file at hand with context provided by those diff...)

Luck. - Jan 22 2015
Yes, it seems there is a new widget called "StateBox" (without a "Gtk" prefix) introduced in gtk+-3.14.
(I am using gtk+-3.12 and I did not found anything related to it in the documention... I noticed the availability of 3.14 in Gentoo portage tree, but I have to upgrade to it.)

So try this:
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..0d5e6af 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -764,6 +764,7 @@ GtkDialog {
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 0px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkBox,
GtkBox:insensitive,
GtkGrid,
--
or this one if the previous patch is no good
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..d471f35 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -816,6 +816,7 @@ GtkDialog .titlebar,
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 1px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkCellView,
GtkFlowBox,
GtkListBox,
--

Good luck!

NOTE: THE PATCHES ARE NOT USEFULL BECAUSE THE FIRST SPACE DISAPEAR SOMEWHERE. So, just add the extra line (by hand) following the context.

PS: I will wait for your feedback to push any of the previous if it does the trick... - Jan 17 2015
Yes, it seems there is a new widget called "StateBox" (without a "Gtk" prefix) introduced in gtk+-3.14.
(I am using gtk+-3.12 and I did not found anything related to it in the documention... I noticed the availability of 3.14 in Gentoo portage tree, but I have to upgrade to it.)

So try this:
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..0d5e6af 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -764,6 +764,7 @@ GtkDialog {
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 0px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkBox,
GtkBox:insensitive,
GtkGrid,
--
or this one if the previous patch is no good
--
diff --git a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
index 3555f3d..d471f35 100644
--- a/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
+++ b/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css
@@ -816,6 +816,7 @@ GtkDialog .titlebar,
border-image: url("img/bevel_out.png") 1 1 1 1 / 1px 1px 1px 1px stretch;
}

+StateBox,
GtkCellView,
GtkFlowBox,
GtkListBox,
--

Good luck!

NOTE: THE PATCHES ARE NOT USEFULL BECAUSE THE FIRST SPACE DISAPEAR SOMEWHERE. So, just add the extra line (by hand) following the context.

PS: I will wait for your feedback to push any of the previous if it does the trick... - Jan 17 2015
ADDITIONNAL NOTE:

And this is clearly the case here--brandy look imposition--because the faulty part of the UI uses recognizable frame (from adwaita engine.)

The app, or rather the devs of the app, _seem_ to have hardcoded adwaita engine theme. - Jan 16 2015
Sorry to say this, but it might be difficult to solve this issue... I mean this issue is common with dark theme among web-browsers that openly override native theme to have a _brandy_ look (namely Firefox & Chrome-ium.)

Unfortunately, this issue plagues gtk+-3 apps because... GNOME/SystemD OS devs openly set new politics on a... (new) _brandy_ look.

At first glance, the app seems to be a gtk+-3 apps that does not respect the fore/background color.

The only workable thing to do is either have a look at the sources files--this is a tedious job--to locate exactly what widget is being used and try to make a hack... Or else, look at other themes (take gnome-theme-standard as a starting point) for possibly other/or the same hack you're looking for (for Ubiquty)--this less tedious than the previous methode, but this does require some luck on your side.

I have never used Ubiquity so, I cannot provide additional tips but the previous (and I don't see it in the official Gentoo portage tree.)

Good luck! - Jan 16 2015
Grab the latest tarball which have white text in menubar (gtk-3.0 only). Still pondering for gtk-2.0.

It's really easy to tweak for gtk-2.0, so no comment here. - Nov 25 2014
pixmap engine which is included in gtk-engines. sometime some parsing are displayed but every single image is present in the img dir aside from typos. - Dec 25 2012
Ardoise

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Jul 20 2016
First, thanks for this great xcursor theme and this update.

So, you're keeping on updating this theme? Glad to see that. And why don't you put your little thing on something like gist or github or something similar? It will be easy to to update and provide reliable download links and homepage. (Nah, dropbox archive with no version string is terrible.)

I can help you set up such a thing if you so desire. I took a look on the src tarball and that bash script is terrible as well. I can write a proper makefile if ever you had some place to get contributions... You do not need to use inkscape for conversion. You can start using convert (inkscape depends on it and does probably send your cmdline to it) and it's really a powerfull cmdline utility. There maybe some light weight utility out there to convert image rather than ImageMagick but it's another story.

Let me know if you need help to set up a proper project repository. - Nov 26 2014
Ardoise

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Nov 26 2014