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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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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  34577
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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 Uninstall?

 
 by otrov on: Jul 13 2011
 
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I have some issues, like GUI objects starts flickering then degrading until system restarts by itself. I'm on Debian.

So I want to temporarily remove this theme to see if this issue will come again, as this is third time it happened in a middle of working environment (couple of programs opened with documents data lost)

Thanks


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 Re: Uninstall?

 
 by otrov on: Jul 13 2011
 
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I found that I can uninstall from Synaptic Manager

I will report if I experience above issue again, in case it's not related to this theme


Cheers


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 Menus gtk without shadows

 
 by robinparadise on: Jul 30 2011
 
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hello, hey when I upgraded to kde 4.7 The gtk menus appear without shadows, qt works fine, the problem is gtk (even LibreOffice).
Is there any solution for this?
thanks


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 Re: Menus gtk without shadows

 
 by hpereira on: Jul 31 2011
 
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This is due to a change with Leon shadow system.
In fact you should not get shadows with any gtk theme.
Now if you upgrade to oxygen-gtk 1.1, shadows should back.


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 Re: Re: Menus gtk without shadows

 
 by robinparadise on: Aug 1 2011
 
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Thanks, it worked well, the shadows come back.
But libreoffice didnt, so I installed: 'libreoffice-gnome' and It worked.


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 Re: Re: Re: Menus gtk without shadows

 
 by HugoPereira on: Aug 1 2011
 
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yes. I guess you're original libreoffice uses the "Qt" interface, which is even more broken than the gtk one. (and uses Oxyge-Qt and not oxygen-gtk).

libreoffice-gnome on the other hand uses the gtk interface, and therefore oxygen-gtk which should be less broken and (indeed) have the shadow back. It is the recommanded usage of libre-office (until libreoffice get rewritten to use Qt / or gtk, as a native toolkit, in place of the two ugly and incomplete wrappers it is using now)

Anyway, thanks for the feedback, and I'm glad I could help.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Menus gtk without shadows

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 1 2011
 
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I've noticed this change too. Why cant kwin use its old shadows for cases like these? Now every non-oxygen style does not have shadows for menus :-(


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Menus gtk without shadows

 
 by HugoPereira on: Aug 1 2011
 
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Well. Old kwin shadows is gone for good (it was buggy, non-optimized and unmaintained).

We could/should add fallback shadows to kwin in case it is not provided by the widget style, but due to lack of manpower it is unfortunately low priority. I guess a bug report or wish send to KWin @ bugs.kde.org can't hurt, though :)


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 Detaching Audacity toolbars breaks mouse input

 
 by MrBumpy4096 on: Aug 4 2011
 
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Using Oxygen-GTK 1.1.1, detaching toolbars in Audacity causes mouse input (click and hover) to break. This doesn't happen with other themes (QtCurve and Raleigh tested). I have filed a bug report here: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=279406


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 error with shadows?

 
 by ObiWahn on: Aug 7 2011
 
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Hi!

Something goes wrong with firefox/thunderbird and oxygen-gtk (And KDE 4.7.0). The shadows from the menues and so on are a little bit shredded:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1708464/Bildschirmfoto5.png


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 Re: error with shadows?

 
 by Ralph62 on: Aug 7 2011
 
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Same problem here.

OpenSuse 11.4
nVidia GeForce GT 320M (nVidia driver 275.21)
KDE 4.7 final
Firefox 5.x
Thunderbird 3.1.x
oxygen-gtk 1.1.1

Problem occurs only with Firefox and Thunderbird; all other GTK2 applications work perfectly.

Corruption around firefox menus:

http://img143.imageshack.us/img143/9617/oxygengtk1.jpg

Corruption around firefox tooltips:

http://img847.imageshack.us/img847/5536/oxygengtk2.jpg

Downgrade to oxygen-gtk 1.0.x fixes the problem, but the menu shadows are not drawn.
Problem does not occur with other GTK2 themes.

This bug has already been reported:

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=277613


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 Re: error with shadows?

 
 by HugoPereira on: Aug 8 2011
 
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Ralph's perfectly correct.
Problem is already reported in kde bugs. Its likely a combination of some Graphics driver + Firefox that causes the issues. It arrises only with new KWin's shadow system in combination with recent oxygen-gtk, that is the only Gtk style to support this new shadow system.

(which is why older gtk style, or other styles don't show shadows for any gtk apps).

Code is correct, as far as I know (notably since it is working just fine with other gtk apps, and also working fine with firefox on some systemes - notably: mine ).

I have no real clue how to fix, and would suggest people to report it upstream to graphics drivers/X


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 Forces Gnome icons?

 
 by anonymousone on: Aug 15 2011
 
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When using oxygen-gtk, my icons are changed to Gnome. Why can't I keep my usual icons (Elementary)?

Im using v1.1.2 on Arch Linux btw.


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 Re: Forces Gnome icons?

 
 by hpereira on: Aug 15 2011
 
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What's your desktop environment ?
Oxygen-gtk tries to follow your KDE settings and fallback to oxygen, then gnome, if none of the two above is found.


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 what about non-KDE?

 
 by anonymousone on: Aug 15 2011
 
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Well Im using this with awesomewm. It would be nice if this theme could be more DE/WM agnostic.


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 Re: what about non-KDE?

 
 by hpereira on: Aug 16 2011
 
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Problèmes is that various DEs dont have a uniform system settings, which makes what you suggest quite complicated (would require to read multiple files, in multiple format, with no idea about which one should have precedence over the other)

Oxygen gtk is designed do support KDE settings.

Now, You can change the icon style it picks by manually editing the kdeglobals file installed in its default config directory. (look for icon theme or something similar)


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 Re: Re: what about non-KDE?

 
 by anonymousone on: Aug 16 2011
 
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I looked in kdeglobals but the only lines with icon in them are:

ToolButtonStyle=TextBesideIcon
ToolButtonStyleOtherToolbars=TextBesideIcon

Anyways I think I'll just look for a different Oxygen theme. Thanks anyways.


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 Re: what about non-KDE?

 
 by hpereira on: Aug 16 2011
 
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You're correct. My mistake.
To configure the icon theme you'd need to add:

[Icons]
Theme=your theme

To the file.
I'll add it ASAP, and will document.

Hugo


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