[ubuntu-art] GTK theme help
gusztee at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 13:10:12 BST 2008
On Thu, 2008-09-18 at 11:21 -0700, Rico Sta. Cruz wrote:
> Re: borderless borders:
> They're staying at 1px for the reasons everyone's already pointed out. :) If
> you want to change them, just edit metacity-theme-1.xml and look at line 19.
> Btw, I'm working on a Dust Firefox theme. Any thoughts?
Is it possible to make that background at the firefox tabs transparent?
If not what about something like the safar solution:
the point is that all the tabs in the background make one line, so it
doesnt make that weird look when there is a background color ( which
cannot be transparent) which differs from the webpages background. So it
looks like its just left in half or whatever. I hope you know what I
here is a mockup: http://m.blog.hu/os/osline/image/firefoxtabs.png
its not a detailed one, just the idea.
> Nicholas Kraak wrote:
> >> Looks almost better than the original mockup!
> >> Although the scroll bars are a bit "blocky" or squared or maybe big, but
> >> don't fit (for me) the overall appearance of the theme.
> >> Another point is the borderless version of the theme included in the
> >> tar.gz . The border is 1 px wide while the older version of Dust has no
> >> border at all( real borderless)
> >> Pic: http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/177221/Pantallazo-1.png
> >> --
> >> Jos? Luis Ric?n <artirj at gmail.com>
> > IMO, no-pixel boarders are horrible because they are such a pain to resize
> > and almost kill the usability of the theme. One pixel boarders (at least)
> > are great.
> > Nicholas
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