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Oxygen Gtk

   1.4.5  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

Score 89%
Oxygen Gtk
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Oxygen Gtk
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Oxygen Gtk
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  34233
Submitted:  Dec 12 2010
Updated:  Apr 10 2014

Description:

Oxygen-Gtk is a port of the default KDE widget theme (Oxygen), to gtk.

Its primary goal is to ensure visual consistency between gtk and qt-based applications running under kde. A secondary objective is to also have a stand-alone nice looking gtk theme that would behave well on other Desktop Environments.

Unlike other attempts made to port the kde oxygen theme to gtk, this attempt does not depend on Qt (via some Qt to Gtk conversion engine), nor does render the widget appearance via hard coded pixmaps, which otherwise breaks everytime some setting is changed in kde.


Hosting:
- tarballs are hosted on kde ftp servers
- git repository is hosted at https://projects.kde.org

Download
- First link point to a tarball of the official 1.0 release
- Second link point to a tarball of the official 1.1 release
- Third link point to the git repository. For the GTK 2.x version, one can get the latest sources from master branch using
Quote:
git clone git://anongit.kde.org/oxygen-gtk

and from the GTK 3.x version, using
Quote:
git clone -b gtk3 git://anongit.kde.org/oxygen-gtk


Installation:
- See the INSTALL file in the top-level directory.
- You will likely need gtk+2.0 dev packages, as well as Cairo

Authors:
- Ruslan Kabatsayev
- Cédric Bellegarde
- me

Release:
We plan to follow the same release schedule as KDE:
- one minor bug-fixing release every month;
- one major feature release every six month.

Bugs:

See the README file in the top-level directory, for a list of possible issues with the style.

Bugs and feature requests can be sent to KDE bug tracking system (https://bugs.kde.org/). You would need to select Product=Oxygen, and Component=gtk-engine




Changelog:

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.5
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.5
Improvements include, for gtk2:
- background and shadows in libreoffice
- improved detection of empty areas for window dragging
- fix bluring behind tooltips in KDE on 64 bits machines
- fix calculation of the tabs area

For gtk3:
- made more widgets 'transparent' via css, to get the proper background gradient behind
- fix crash with menubar animations when invalid menubar was passed
- fixed updates for treeviews embedded in scrolled-windows
- added (still not perfect) support for firefox compiled against gtk3

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.4
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.4
These releases where not announced becaues a bug sneaked in just before release that was causing libreoffice to crash and was also affecting the gtk3 version.

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.3
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.3
Fixes a compilation problem with oxygen-gtk-demo and oxygen-gtk3-demo

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.2
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.2
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.2.2
Bugfixes include
- serious crash in many application like eclipse, libreoffice and other, when mouse-over toolbars and menus.
- rendering issues with gtk3 applications especially under gnome-shell

Also: we added an "information" tab to both oxygen-gtk-demo and oxygen-gtk3-demo to provide software versions.

oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.1
Emergency bugfix release due to a crash condition that sneaked in the gtk3-1.3.0 release

oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.0
New feature release.
No real feature added, except support for the (heavily changed) gtk3-3.10 version. New widgets have been added, and quite some method calls have been deprecated.
We cannot guarantee that this version with work with older releases of gtk3.

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.1
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.2.1
New bug fix release.
For gtk2:
- mark zotero as XUL application
- fix some antialias issue on sliders

For gtk3:
- some improvement on inner-shadows
- some extra checks on widgets validity to prevent runtime warnings
- some rendering improvements for instance regarding scrollbars and textviews

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.0
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.2.0
New feature release of oxygen-gtk2 and oxygen-gtk3. These releases can be compiled and used on non-linux platform (e.g. Windows(r)), and, for the gtk3 version, can run on non X11 backend (e.g. Broadway).
They also include the usual amount of minor bugfixes.

[rest of the back logs, related to the gtk2-1.3 and gtk3-1.1 series have been removed to keep this page clean]




LicenseLGPL
Source(tarball - version gtk2-1.4.5 (for GTK 2.x))
Source(tarball - version gtk3-1.3.5 (for GTK 3.x))
Source(tarball - version gtk3-1.2.2 (for GTK 3.x))
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 Adress bar in FF

 
 by Krivokuca on: Mar 11 2012
 
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I want to agree with otrov on: Feb 13 2012

Because, I have the same issue. It shows only in KDE with oxegen-gtk theme.

Screenshot http://img404.imageshack.us/img404/6367/firef.png
Also I use Xorg 1.11, Nvidia 295.20, KDE 4.8.1 , Firefox 10.02

I pray that you can fix it soon!


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 Tab height?

 
 by otrov on: Apr 27 2012
 
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I installed both gtk2 and gtk3 on Ubutnu 12.04.
This is first time I needed gtk3 version, but seems like gtk3 version should ship with gtk2 also, as I don't think anyone can use just gtk3, but nevermind...

I had expected problem with Unity panel, then with white font color on all widgets. For that reason I included default theme (Amdiance) gtk.css in oxygen gtk.css and additionally changed fg color in kdeglobals file. It looks nice, but I think I'll need to tweak more Ambiance included settings to get it perfect, and I hate it because I don't want to understand those 10000 lines css settings.

Now I thought to ask why are tabs so small. In gtk2 version they were IMHO great, but now they are condensed. Is there any setting I can change tabs height?


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 Re: Tab height?

 
 by HugoPereira on: Apr 27 2012
 
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First a screenshot:
http://wstaw.org/m/2012/04/27/plasma-desktopRV2339.png

So "inactive tabs" are as high in gtk2 and gtk3 here.
Why the active tab is smaller is a gtk3 bug: the same css property is used for the spacing around the tab, and the spacing around the whole tabwidget frame.
So if you want to give more space around the tabs, you end up with a lot of wasted space around the full frame.
See on the screenshot already how the spacing around the text entry is larger for gtk3 than for gtk2. That's exactly the issue.
So ... upstream bug.

As for the other issues you report, I'd rather have them fix in oxygen-gtk (rather than merging css styles, like you did). Could report dedicated (and separated) bugs on https://bugs.kde.org ? Providing screenshots of the issues ?

Cheers and thanks,

Hugo


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 Re: Re: Tab height?

 
 by otrov on: Apr 28 2012
 
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Sorry for late reply...

You are right about gtk3 tab height. It's "condensed" on any theme. I'll report my issues asap


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 Re: Re: Tab height?

 
 by otrov on: Apr 28 2012
 
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Hm, no issues for reporting...

Prior to planned report, I removed oxygen-gtk related files and using git downloaded and build fresh packages, afterwhich changing theme to oxygen-gtk shows it in all glory - looks great! (except Unity panel, which has gtk widget color for background, but that's no so important)

I must suspect that issue is with launchpad 1.0.2 packages, as that's waht I used previously. I tried to build latest version just after installing 12.04, but lot of dependencies were needed so I used ready package from Ubuntu repository. Also to back that this is not accident, I asked on askubuntu.com about font issue and one user reported same experiance - white font on light background. That should be reported on Launchpad I guess


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 Re: Re: Re: Tab height?

 
 by otrov on: Apr 29 2012
 
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OK, I had to restart session to notice issues. I guess some gtk3 settings were cached by previous Ambiance theme

Bug reported: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=299001


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 Re: Re: Tab height?

 
 by yurevich5 on: May 2 2012
 
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oxygen-transparent-gtk 3 ?

really need transparent gtk3 and gtk2

full transparent

can unite for a CraigD

http://kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=40492

to create a fully transparent theme for all applications?


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 Re: Re: Re: Tab height?

 
 by HugoPereira on: May 2 2012
 
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Wont happen any time soon.
Hands full already with oxygen-qt, oxygen-transparent.

Also, a transparent gtk theme will actually make many gtk applications crash, that you have to blacklist, and there are zillions of them.
Might work for *you* (if you are not using applications that crash and have not been blacklisted), but not for *everyone* or you end up with a 500 lines long black-list.

So basically, bottomline is: at least 50% of gtk applications do _not_ support transparency (even if gtk itself does), which makes it practically unusable.

Not to mention gtk3 which is around now.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Tab height?

 
 by yurevich5 on: May 2 2012
 
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I agree to take risks give me the opportunity

give me Oxygen Gtk 1.2.3 transparent :)


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 Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by gravy on: May 1 2012
 
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My setup: Mandriva 2010.2, KDE 4.8.2, gtk 2.24.0.

The error:

[ 15%] Building CXX object src/CMakeFiles/oxygen-gtk.dir/animations/oxygeninnershadowdata.o
/home/carlos/oxygen-gtk/src/animations/oxygeninnershadowdata.cpp: In member function ‘void Oxygen::InnerShadowData::ChildData::disconnect(GtkWidget*)’:
/home/carlos/oxygen-gtk/src/animations/oxygeninnershadowdata.cpp:165: error: ‘gdk_window_get_composited’ was not declared in this scope
make[2]: ** [src/CMakeFiles/oxygen-gtk.dir/animations/oxygeninnershadowdata.o] Erro 1
make[1]: ** [src/CMakeFiles/oxygen-gtk.dir/all] Erro 2
make: ** [all] Erro 2


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 Re: Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by HugoPereira on: May 2 2012
 
Score 50%

Mandriva 2010 is quite an old distribution. Most likely your version of Gtk is too old. You'd need to upgrade. There is no way we can support all versions of Gtk since it keeps adding new features (some of which we need badly) every new release.

Can you post the version of Gtk that you are using ?

Cheers,

Hugo


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 Re: Re: Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by l0ll0lll on: May 2 2012
 
Score 50%

We do support this version, it's 2.24.0 as said in original post. Just need some fixes to disable building inner shadows code at all (it requires 2.24.2).
Though it's strange that build failed, since the function is available since 2.22.


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 Re: Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by l0ll0lll on: May 2 2012
 
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Please check with current git (I've pushed a commit which should fix this).


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 Re: Re: Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by HugoPereira on: May 2 2012
 
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I guess I've read to quickly
thanks Ruslan, for fixing this.


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 Re: Re: Re: Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by gravy on: May 3 2012
 
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I still can't compile, but it's my fault since I gave you wrong information. The GTK version is 2.20.1, not 2.24. I'm sorry.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by l0ll0lll on: May 6 2012
 
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Please make sure you have the latest version from git, and give the make output via pastebin.com


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Cannot compile gtk2 version

 
 by gravy on: May 8 2012
 
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I tried the latest version from Git, without success. This any the make output.

http://pastebin.com/6BgiKNqZ

Thanks.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Cannot compile gtk2 versio

 
 by l0ll0lll on: May 8 2012
 
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OK, commit bb12ce187d114e0f8f8890edd553810f0d909a62 should fix the remaining problems. Please let me know if this works.



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 Now it works

 
 by gravy on: May 8 2012
 
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It compiled and was installed fine.

Thank your very much for the fix.


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 Comboboxes...

 
 by Wattos on: May 18 2012
 
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Hi,

I really like what you have done with oxygen-gtk. Two Thumbs up!

I have however a weird issue. Due to my default color settings for my desktop (Obsidian Coast), I have to run Eclipse in a different theme (otherwise it is difficult to see some text). Additionally I prefer my eclipse to use a different gtk theme.

So I run my eclipse with GTK2_RC_FILES=... prefixed. If I do that (and have oxygen-gtk as my default gtk2 theme) I get strange comboboxes. It has been really driving me crazy.

It can be reproduced with The widget factory as well. You can launch it with

GTK2_RC_FILES=/usr/share/themes/AdwaitaCupertinoL/gtk-2.0/gtkrc twf

If I change my gtk theme to that theme in the GTK settings, then the comboboxes look correct.

Is there something I am missing? Is there any other way I can start eclipse with a different theme?


Image:
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/35/selection019n.png/


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 Re: Comboboxes...

 
 by l0ll0lll on: May 19 2012
 
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Most likely settings daemon interferes with your choice. I have no such problem, i.e. twf looks OK with themes like Simple and Glossy while other desktop is using oxygen-gtk.


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 Re: Re: Comboboxes...

 
 by Wattos on: May 19 2012
 
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Hey, thanks for the reply!

You were correct. After I killed "xsettings-kde" it worked fine. Is there any way I can set it up to ignore my eclipse instance?


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 Re: Re: Re: Comboboxes...

 
 by l0ll0lll on: May 19 2012
 
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No idea. I'd suggest you to ask its devs/maintainers.


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 Solutions to some common problems

 
 by bastafidli on: Jun 8 2012
 
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Great job! While installing it I came across some common problems more people will probably run into. It may be worth including these in INSTALL file

oxygen-gtk Could not find X11

sudo apt-get install kdelibs5-dev

-- checking for module 'cairo'
-- package 'cairo' not found

sudo apt-get install libcairo2-dev

-- checking for module 'gtk+-3.0'
-- package 'gtk+-3.0' not found

sudo apt-get install libgtk-3-dev


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 Re: Solutions to some common problems

 
 by l0ll0lll on: Jun 9 2012
 
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You don't need kdelibs5-dev to build oxygen-gtk.
Also, you could just install libgtk-3-dev - it has all the dependencies which cmake checks for, including libcairo2-dev and libx11-dev.

This might be not a good idea to put into INSTALL file, because the instructions generally depend on the distro.


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