[ubuntu-art] creamlooks-gtk

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Tue Mar 18 18:47:14 GMT 2008

I saw this on gnome look a while back.  Would be a nice finishing touch to your theme!

From: sebbil at gmx.deTo: ubuntu-art at lists.ubuntu.comDate: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 19:36:38 +0100Subject: Re: [ubuntu-art] creamlooks-gtk
Thanks...I'll change the style of the scrollbars... The only problem is, that I'm working very hard at some other projects now...And the problem with non-gtk apps... I really don't know how to fix it... I'll contact the devels of the projects...SebastianAm Dienstag, den 18.03.2008, 09:50 -0500 schrieb Daniel Sargeant:
Thanks for the help; gtk_compile.sh worked.  I neglected to run configure the first try, just ran make and make install.  I really like how the menus and tabs have a consistent look.  I also like that the scrollbars have good visibility and that gtk color choosing is integrated into the theme.  The subtle gradients in the buttons and progress bars are nice as well,  but don't match the glossy look of the scrollbar.  You're probably aware of this, but the menus aren't unified in non-gtk apps like Firefox, and the top-left pixel is missing.  Also, default shadows in Compiz and Metacity's compositor create a shodow across the top of the menu, spoiling the unified look.  I noticed in the screen shot you configured compiz to render the shadow below the top of windows, which works well.  Metacity's compositing doesn't allow for that configuration, however.  Thanks for the hard work!Daniel
On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 3:27 AM, Sebastian Billaudelle <sebbil at gmx.de> wrote: 

Try using the gtk_compile.sh...I really don't know... Absolute paths? I didn't change any paths.And they should be overwritten when running configure...Are you shure that it exited without errors?cheers SebastianAm Montag, den 17.03.2008, 21:46 -0500 schrieb Daniel Sargeant: 

I like the menus in the screenshot. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to install it.  Your Makefile seems to contain absolute paths to /home/stein/Desktop.  Have you thought about trying to use Launchpad's PPA to package the engine?-DanielOn Sun, Mar 16, 2008 at 7:17 PM, Sebastian Billaudelle <sebbil at gmx.de> wrote:
Oops... sorry.!Here with the right subject!_________________________________________________________________Hi there!Here is my "official" announcement of my interpretation of the clearlooks-engine.My version is called creamlooks. Ut us based on clear-/xl_cheeselooks, but has some advantages:I. Bugfixes:In xl_cheeselooks there was a problem with windows with menubar but without toolbar. It was very ugly.II. New "features":1. I tried to change the menus and menubaritems that they look like one single widget (We discussed that before...). It works now.2. I wanted to be as close as possible to Ken's Union-stuff. I think some parts looks very close to this...3. The ugly (my opinion) patterns on the notebook-tabs are changed.4. Most corners are a little bit less rounded.You can download the stuff here:http://kieselsteinchen.ki.funpic.de/creamlooks.tar.gzYou can read more about it (screenshot...) here:https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Incoming/Hardy/Alternate/creamlookscheers SebastianP. S.: My modem is working now again... --ubuntu-art mailing listubuntu-art at lists.ubuntu.comhttps://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-art

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