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Oxygen-Molecule KDE & GTK+ unified theme

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Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  37041
Submitted:  Apr 30 2009
Updated:  Apr 7 2010

Description:

Oxygen-Molecule is a theme for GTK+ applications to provide a uniform look when used under the KDE 4.4 desktop environment. It was originally based on the kde4.2-oxygen (modified) 0.3 GTK theme by Dennis Schmitz (which was itself based on work originally by Kim Kahns) (url: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/kde4.2-oxygen+(modified)?content=99926)

On top of the original theme, I have made the following changes:
- changed colors to match default KDE 4.4 color scheme, including hue adjustment of all pixmaps
- reworked all of the pixmaps and changed measurements for improved visual appearance
- created new spinner buttons, since the original spinners often looked mismatched with the surrounding pixmaps
- linked the GTK theme with the Oxygen icon set (thank you Craig Drummond for showing me how to do this).

In addition, beginning with version 3.1, Oxygen-Molecule features a “flat” mode which disables the background gradient. Some GTK+ apps don't play nice with the background gradient used in the default Oxygen-Molecule theme, causing patches of the wrong shade of grey to appear in the background. Oxygen-Molecule's flat mode solves this problem, and can be enabled on a per-application basis.

Additional documentation and installation instructions are included in the download.

I am also providing my source graphics files (created with GIMP) for anyone who wants to try making their own color variants.

Notes for the source graphics files: layer names in square brackets indicate the color from the KDE color scheme. There are many graphics files missing... for these, you will just need to edit the theme PNG files (not included in source graphics download--get them from the theme).

Good luck!




Changelog:

7-29-2010: Added COPYING file to archive.

3.2:
- Redesigned color scheme to use less extreme shading. This looks better for both KDE and GTK+ apps, in my opinion, and also helps everything to blend a little better. For users upgrading from version 3.1 or earlier, please set your KDE color shading to 50% (see step 7 in the installation guide).
- Tweaked menubar gradient to look better for wider windows, but at the expense of the appearance of narrower ones. My reasoning is that most people use their GTK apps either fullscreen or as large windows.
- Adjusted the size of the active menubar item selector, and further fine-tuned the color of the menu item selector.

3.1:
- Added new “flat” mode, which removes the background gradient from windows and tabs.
- Fixed the tree view colors.
- Increased spacing between tabs to better match the Oxygen theme.

3.0:
- Updated theme to match KDE 4.4 widgets and shading.
- Almost all pixmaps were completely redone.
- Countless tweaks, including thinner buttons and entry boxes, new spinner buttons and better tab spacing.
- Removed unnecessary clearlooks reference.
- Changed theme install location in documentation from /usr/share/themes to /usr/local/share/themes.

Further changes are listed in the documentation included with the theme.




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(Oxygen-Molecule 3.2 for KDE 4.4)
(Oxygen-Molecule 2.2 for KDE 4.3)
(Oxygen-Molecule 1.2 for KDE 4.2)
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 d/l n/a

 
 by mefiX on: May 12 2009
 
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download is currently n/a ... does anybody else have the file?


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 Re: d/l n/a

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: May 13 2009
 
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Sorry about that--I exceeded my bandwidth with my current web hosting with that file. I hope to have it uploaded to a new site by tomorrow (5/12/09). As a bonus, it will also be an improved version, 1.1 :)


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 Re: Re: d/l n/a

 
 by JavierBere on: May 13 2009
 
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Does this theme support colorschemes? That's the downfall of most of the gtk oxygen ports :/


The box said "Requires Windows 95, NT, or better", so I installed Linux.
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 Re: Re: Re: d/l n/a

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: May 13 2009
 
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Unfortunately, it does not. CraigD posted on the first comments page regarding a version of pixbuf that supports recoloring of pixmaps. I don't know how well that would work, especially considering some of my pixmaps have parts that would need to be recolored separately. Regardless, when I get some time, I might have a look at it.


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 Re: d/l n/a

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: May 13 2009
 
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Okay, download is back up! I had to go with a file hosting service, so I am trying mediafire. Hopefully it will hold up with the bandwidth from you guys :)

If any of you have a better suggestion than mediafire, I'm all ears.


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 Good work!

 
 by falco101 on: May 15 2009
 
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Looks great! Gimp and Firefox are necessity under Linux. It would be nice though to have a theme like gtk-qt for kde4, so no matter what your kde style, it would appear in gtk programs.


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 button transparency

 
 by jparal on: May 17 2009
 
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Hi,

I have a problem with buttons in firefox. It seems like the buttons are transparent and inherit the color based on a background. For example, in the firefox theme selection dialog, selected theme became blue as well as the color of the button "Use Theme" and "Uninstall". Does anybody experience the same problem?

p.s. good work, this is the closes look of GTK apps to KDE I've seen so far.


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 Re: button transparency

 
 by KDEFanatic on: May 21 2009
 
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I have the same problem here(Kubuntu 9.04).
Specially in Firefox forms, all buttons is in the background color. Sometimes, is very hard to see the buttons.

Please, someone have any solution for this problem?

MrBumpy4096 thank you so much for this great theme!!!!


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 Re: button transparency

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: May 21 2009
 
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A number of the pixmaps are transparent, which is why the background color under buttons shows through. I actually kind-of like the way that buttons inherit their background color in Firefox, but I see that not everybody is fond of that behavior, so I will look into changing that in the next version.


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 Re: button transparency

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: May 23 2009
 
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Okay, the Firefox transparent buttons have been fixed in version 1.2 :)


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 Re: Re: button transparency

 
 by KDEFanatic on: May 25 2009
 
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Thank you so much!!!!


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 thank you very much!

 
 by nicotine on: May 21 2009
 
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Good job. Looks nice, but I have same problem with buttons in Firefox.


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 New tabs in KDE 4.2.87

 
 by ademmer1977 on: May 23 2009
 
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Hi, perfect work of yours!

Since build 4.2.87 of KDE 4.3, the Oxygen style has a new look for the tabs (see http://pinheiro-kde.blogspot.com/2009/05/oxygen-is-back-to-work.html). Could you please apply this look to the Oxygen-molecule style?


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 Re: New tabs in KDE 4.2.87

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: Jun 8 2009
 
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Once KDE 4.3 is out of beta, I'll look into making the matching GTK theme.


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 Widget focus

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: Jun 8 2009
 
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Currently, you can't tell when some widgets have focus (such as when navigating a dialog box with the TAB key).

To fix this, edit Oxygen-Molecule's gtkrc file. Go to line 21 and change it to:

GtkWidget:: focus-line-width = 1

instead of 0.

This will give you a dotted line around the object that has focus. This isn't 100% consistent with the KDE4 theme, but makes it a lot easier when navigating widgets with the keyboard.

Does anyone agree or disagree that this should be the default behavior?


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