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 Theme Guide?

 
 by Sizzlor on: Oct 2 2006
 
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I've been looking around for a concise guide to installing the different types of themes and have found basically nothing. Can anyone please tell me how to install these themes? What's the difference between the theme types?

If someone can explain it to me, I'd be happy to write a short guide.

Thank you!

Sizz.


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 Re: Theme Guide?

 
 by Jaar on: Oct 3 2006
 
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unpack and copy your themes to /usr/share/themes/

This should work.


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 Re: Re: Theme Guide?

 
 by BigRD on: Jul 16 2007
 
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Hope you can help me. After a few years absence to Linux I'm back with Xubuntu and trying to install themes with no success!!

I try to copy folders and files to /usr/share/themes/ but I get an error for not having sufficient permission, which I can't seem to change. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks in advance.


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 Re: Theme Guide?

 
 by johnisevil on: Apr 15 2007
 
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GNOME and XFCE use ~/.themes for themes. I see no reason to install themes system wide. It's also much easier to modify themes installed per user since you don't have to become root to do so.

As for Openbox, themes get unpacked to ~/.local/share/themes

Hope this helps.


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 Upload images

 
 by Sisyphus on: Oct 16 2006
 
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Where can i upload images or other files?
They need to be downloaded from here. The files are around 6 MB's big.


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 xfce engine

 
 by crimesaucer on: Jan 24 2007
 
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I was wondering where I could find a guide to the settings for the xfce engine.

I would like to know the names and options for different scrollbars, buttons, and other details in the xfce engine so I could modify my gtkrc.

I also would like to know what the policy is for creating themes that are modified from the default themes in xubuntu/ubuntu.

Thanks.


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 Nimbus Openbox Theme

 
 by Bonzodog on: Mar 20 2007
 
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Does anyone fancy porting the Nimbus theme to Openbox?

There is currently a metacity and an xfwm theme, though I was thinking the xfwm theme would be easier.


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 How to change color?

 
 by brunovegan on: Apr 3 2007
 
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hello you all !

I'm customizing my Xubuntu Desktop
i've change my windows decorations and the theme, but I dint know hoe to change the XFCE4-PANEL color.

Is There a way to change the panel's color? or insert a background image?

thanxs


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 Re: How to change co

 
 by brunovegan on: Apr 4 2007
 
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Nobody Know??


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 Re: How to change co

 
 by mikey on: May 7 2007
 
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Where the image location is in relation to the gtkrc file you are working on. You will also see panel.rc files which contain this info and are incuuded in gtkrc file.

#_______________________________________
style "panel"
{
bg[NORMAL] = "#ff0000"

bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "Panel/panel-bg.png"
}

widget_class "*Panel*" style "panel"
widget "*Panel*" style "panel"
class "*Panel*" style "panel"
#-------------------------------------

I would like to know if there is any info anywhere online that tells you how to go about making a well presented theme for xfce (or gtk)? I have spent quite a bit of time looking recently and there is verry little that I can find. Someone must know how to do it becuase there are themes out there that a good. Some help and pointers for us newbies would be appriciated.


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 Re: How to change co

 
 by mikey on: May 7 2007
 
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Where the image location is in relation to the gtkrc file you are working on. You will also see panel.rc files which contain this info and are incuuded in gtkrc file.

#_______________________________________
style "panel"
{
bg[NORMAL] = "#ff0000"

bg_pixmap[NORMAL] = "Panel/panel-bg.png"
}

widget_class "*Panel*" style "panel"
widget "*Panel*" style "panel"
class "*Panel*" style "panel"
#-------------------------------------

I would like to know if there is any info anywhere online that tells you how to go about making a well presented theme for xfce (or gtk)? I have spent quite a bit of time looking recently and there is verry little that I can find. Someone must know how to do it becuase there are themes out there that a good. Some help and pointers for us newbies would be appriciated.


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 Transparency

 
 by marschp on: May 13 2007
 
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How do I get my panels transparent? Just cause I find it more pretty.


Thanks for helping me!
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