[Design-team] Advice Request - GTK+ theming

Cata catalinfest at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 08:58:36 UTC 2010

Nice .

I like to see the new book : "Standards for Fedora Design Team".
This is a little joke :) .
What is the change without  a proper feedback ? :D

Bye .

2010/4/19 Nelson Marques <07721 at ipam.pt>

>  Hi,
>  On a totally personal level, I've decided to hack Equinox Radiance
> Glass GTK2+ theme to look a bit more like Fedora (basically make it look
> like Clearlooks/Fedora).
>  Equinox Radiance: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Equinox
> +Radiance?content=121883<http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Equinox%0A+Radiance?content=121883>
>  It appears that this is a Featured Theme in Ubuntu 10.4. I also know
> it's a bad wave to transport such thing into the Fedora Realm, specially
> from me since I'm not that Ubuntish...
>  I was just wondering if there is any documentation regarding theming on
> Fedora. Though this is like a hobby thing more to do on my free time,
> anyone could point some useful docs regarding to GTK+ theming using
> Fedora brand colors?
>  Things like the colors for gnome-panel, buttons, windows frames etc
> could be useful.
>  As a last resort I'll hack Clearlooks/Fedora to get some values and
> some guidance, but I was hoping also to bring something new into this.
>  Currently Equinox isn't packaged for Fedora as far as I know, so I'll
> also package it once I get the theme done. This is not exactly something
> to be a part of Fedora distribution (as from my point of view, it's too
> much Ubuntish), but it's my favourite theme, and I'll make it available
> on my Fedora People Resources.
>  Thanks all in advance,
>  nelson
>  PS > GTK2+ theme and Metacity.
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