[ubuntu-art] moving from ubuntu-looks to clear-looks
Nemes Ioan Sorin
nemes.sorin at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 10:51:09 GMT 2008
You should try Aurora engine and Aurora Themes before (v1.3 AND 1.4)
some of them here (please check links from the page)
(Aurora Borealis is a good example).
A .deb with the new Aurora Engine (v.1.4)
Over other themes Aurora has a strong point that many nice themes ignore
to fix (scrollbars are visible and visually unobtrusive and ..apart of
well known gtk2 standard scrollbar).
Also clear-looks was almost perfect in Gummy version but now I see
Andrea change back active tabs gradients into a colored line (gradient
was OK ..and modern).
Kenneth Wimer wrote:
> Hi all,
> After discussing the ubuntu-looks engine with a few developers we have decided
> to look into replacing it with clear-looks (or perhaps murrine) for Hardy.
> This means that we need a gtkrc of the new variety (which one can change the
> colors to afterwards) based on the current ubuntu theme. After we have that
> we can look into tweaking some colors. If anyone is interested in working on
> this let me know or post it as a response to this email.
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