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Re: GTK2 Roundabout



Il giorno Fri, 15 Dec 2006 20:13:48 +0000
Leo <sdl web gmail com> ha scritto:

> 
> * Andrea Cimitan (2006-12-13 02:59 nil) said:
>   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> > I am thinking on a theme similar to Suse's Gilouche, but obviusly
> > with different colorscheme. Gilouche is easy on the eyes and users
> > can use it for month without being annoyed by it.
> >
> > Ideas, suggestions?
> 
> I have been using MurrinaGilouche for quite sometime. I like the theme
> because it looks clean, all fonts are very clear and very easy on my
> eyes. Some other Murrine themes are nice but my eyes get tired after a
> short time. I put this the first priority when choosing a theme.
> 
> You might want to chat with Andy Fitz. I learned from Máirín Duffy:
> 
> ,----[ http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.artwork/662 ]
> | I think for gtk2 we are probably going to stick with
> | Clearlooks. Clearlooks is getting some features that give it the
> | glossiness Murrine has, and it's also the GNOME upstream theming
> | engine. Andy Fitzsimon put together a Murrine theme that has very
> | very nice Fedora colors, and I think he's working on porting it to
> | Clearlooks.
> `----
> 
Ok we can stick to clearlooks and get glossiness and ugliness of it.

> * Andrea Cimitan (2006-12-15 20:35 +0100) said:
>   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> [...]
> >> Just wanted to follow-up that the "Colors" section of  
> >> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Artwork/EchoIconGuidelines is at a
> >> usable state...I've added the 4 additional grays (named Metallic)
> >> that play a big part in defining Echo's look and feel.
> >> 
> >> Once again, thank you Ben for compiling the colors.
> 
> > The "Echo" colors are absolutely bad for a gtk2 theme... IMHO.
> 
> GTK theme looks to me does not require many colors, so you can be as
> creative as you like, as long as the theme fits in.
> 
Try those colors... here they are looking very very bad in a gtk2 theme.

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