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Geramik *and* ThinGeramik GTK Themes

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Theme/Style GTK 1.x

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Geramik *and* ThinGeramik GTK Themes
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Geramik *and* ThinGeramik GTK Themes
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Geramik *and* ThinGeramik GTK Themes
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  39738
Submitted:  Nov 14 2002
Updated:  Oct 19 2003

Description:

GTK theme *and* engine intended to make GTK applications have a similar look
to the Keramik KDE style.

The theme, and pixmaps within, are based upon the alpha release of Keramik_GTK
by Goamaus. However, most pixmaps have been re-created, and/or modified.

Geramik requires QtPixmap >=0.26 (QtPixmap is no longer included in the Geramik archive. Get QtPixmap from http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=7043)

Screenshot 2 is of Mandrake's diskdrake - showing the recolouring of buttons.

To install:

tar zxvf Geramik-0.23.tar.gz
cd Geramik-0.23
./configure
make
make install (as root)

...then copy /usr/share/themes/Geramik/gtk/gtkrc to either /etc/gtk/gtkrc or ~/.gtkrc

...or for GTK2, copy
/usr/share/themes/Geramik/gtk-2.0/gtkrc to either /etc/gtk-2.0/gtkrc or ~/.gtkrc-2.0




Changelog:

0.27
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1. Fix ThinGeramik horizontal scrollbar thumb.

0.26
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1. Add "ThinGeramik" - GTK equivalent of ThinKeramik. This is the 1st version,
so will probably have some errors. Note: Menus in GTK2 apps will be the window
colour - can't figure out how to make this different!

(NOTE: *Requires* QtPixmap >= 0.26)

0.25... See "ChangeLog" in archive for previous entries...




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 Problem here...

 
 by Marv73 on: Aug 31 2003
 
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During the "make" command, i receive this aswer after a long long time of "making"

make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/alex/exec install/themes/thinkeramik-2.8/kwin'
Making all in config
make[3]: Entering directory `/home/alex/exec install/themes/thinkeramik-2.8/kwin/config'
Makefile:278: *** séparateur manquant . Arrêt.
make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/alex/exec install/themes/thinkeramik-2.8/kwin/config'
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Erreur 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/alex/exec install/themes/thinkeramik-2.8/kwin'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Erreur 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/alex/exec install/themes/thinkeramik-2.8'
make: *** [all-recursive-am] Erreur 2

The french quotes meaning :
séparateur manquant : missing separator
arret : stop
erreur : error

Please note that i'm the worst newb on earth and beyond with Linux, i'm just trying to fight micro$oft the best i can... And worst of all, i'm not used to computers eitehr... sorry !

thanks.


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 THANK YOU CRAIG!

 
 by WinterWolf on: Oct 20 2003
 
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Both your Geramik and Thin Geramik are excellent themes for people like me who like their desktops consistent.

One day, hopefully every theme will automatically work on all desktops, but GNOME has some catching up to do for their themeing module until that can be possible.


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 Scrollbar Color

 
 by Paradoxdruid on: Nov 24 2003
 
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I love ThinKeramik-- It's made my Debian system look great (thanks for the DEB of it, btw).

But my gtk applications still look odd. I have this theme installed and running.

But the scrollbars are still the default orange.

I use #97ADC3 for my scrollbar color, it's a pleasing blue-grey.

Is there a way I can get my gtk applications to use this scrollbar color as well?

Thanks!


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 Re: Scrollbar Color

 
 by CraigD on: Nov 25 2003
 
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ThinKeramik uses the kwin colours for the scrollbar - at least it did when ThinGeramik was hacked together! Have you tried setting this in kcontrol?

ThinGeramik was created very early on in ThinKeramiks lifetime - and was not updated, as ThinKeramik seemed to be changing alomst daily...


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 Re: Re: Scrollbar Co

 
 by Paradoxdruid on: Dec 3 2003
 
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My "Widget Colors" selection in kcontrol doesn't have a "scrollbar" entry... should it?

I set the custom scrollbar color from the "ThinKeramik" customization dialog, with "Use custom scrollbar colors" on the "Custom Colors" tab.

Thanks for the help, and great work on these themes!


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 Re: Re: Re: Scrollba

 
 by Paradoxdruid on: Dec 9 2003
 
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Interesting.. the scrollbar color wasn't carrying over when I was logged into root, which is when I noticed.

But on a normal user account, ThinGeramik picks up the scrollbar color just fine.

*shrugs*


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 Re: Scrollbar Color

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 20 2004
 
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Sorry for taking so long to reply! I've stopped using Geramik about a year ago!

Anyway, ThinGeramik was only released as a quick hack - because ThinKermaik seemed to be chaning almost daily, and I couldn't be bothered trying to keep up! As to your problem, can you send a screen shot of a KDE app and a GTK app - showing the various colour settings. Its probable that ThinKeramik has changed which colour setting it uses for scrollbars - I think it previously used the inactive-window title bar colour.


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 up arrows

 
 by JThundley on: Jan 3 2004
 
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Very freaking nice, but in the KDE theme, when you click on one of the scroll up arrows, the other one should look depressed too. Well, it should like it was clicked on, not like it was sad ;)


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 Re: up arrows

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 20 2004
 
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I havent the faintest idea what you are talking about! Also, I didnlt write the KDE theme (Keramik), only hacked up a Pixmap based Gtk equivalent!


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 Install problems

 
 by swisslinuxer on: Jan 13 2004
 
Score 50%

Hi
I`m new to this forum. I am using knoppix 3.2 and was unhappy with the look of some applications like Gimp, Synaptic, XnView and so on.

Then I installed the debian package of the Geramik theme, which does not show up in the style section of KDE. (Maybe this is correct, I have no experience !?)

Then I added a file named .gtkrc-2.0 in my home directory containing the following lines:

gtk-font-name = "Helvetica 12"
include "/usr/share/themes/Geramik/gtk-2.0/gtkrc"

This works fine with some apps (Synaptic, Aumix) but not with others (Gimp, XnView (static), Acrobat Reader...)

Is there more to configure then waht I`ve done so far ?


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 Re: Install problems

 
 by CraigD on: Jan 20 2004
 
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Try reading the README? Anyway, for GTK1 apps these use ~/.gtkrc - and this would need to contain:

include "/usr/share/themes/Geramik/gtk/gtkrc"


Also, you don't need to specify a font, Geramik will get its font settings frmo KDE.


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 Re: Re: Install problems

 
 by swisslinuxer on: Jan 21 2004
 
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Well, I read the readme and tried using the ./gtkrc witout success. Then I found a tool nemed gtk-theme-switch. It created a ./gtkrc and now it works (almost) fine.


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 This is GREAT!

 
 by SPW on: Jan 25 2004
 
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Wow. Finally I can use GTK apps without having to see the crappy native look but a nicely themed one :)


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