GTK2 and other Theming
I am hosting a theme on gnome-look.org for use on Slackware 14.1
the theme is just about complete... however I am noticing that the menus and the fonts in some apps such as dconf-editor and cairo-dock are not consistent with the rest of the theme. link: http://epsvcs.net/public/images/MATE...nu-problem.png The rest of the theme's menu's sport a black charcoal-y background and the fonts are light grey.
I would like the menus and fonts and menubars consistent with the rest of my theme. This is a popular theme for users on gnome-look and would like some help on this one please.
I will continue to hack my gtkrc file and await your replies.
I used kde-gtk-config to generate my .gtkrc-2.0 and everything including cairo-dock looks the same for me. I run Compiz standalone, but I don't think that makes a difference.
it worked before... but now?
here is the contents of my current file:
I believe this should work however the gtk theming does not work any ideas?
For me with Xfce, this article was a helpful resource on my "Qt and GTK uniform look" quest :
Hope this helps :)
Have you checked if it's programs that use the GTK3 toolkit are the ones not showing the theme correctly?
I don't know about cairodock, but dconf-editor uses GTK3.
There will need to be a gtk-3.0 folder in the theme directory, eg:
Well I'll be darned...
I obviously need a bit more coffee...
The theme I created is called "Ambiance-Humanlooks" not "Ambiance-Human" :redface:
editing my file with the correct gtk theme name fixes my problem, doh.
thanks guys, and hey check out my theme for slackware and ubuntu by doing a google search for "Ambiance pack for Slackware and Ubuntu"
it's coming along nicely. if you use slackware and like the Ambiance theme Ubuntu sports, it's a must have. I put alot of work into it.
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