Ambiance: .gnomecc hack

GTK2 Themes by nitrofurano 13 comments

Please read the answer above, try gnome-color-chooser there, and tell me a better oppinion about. - Aug 12 2010
Ambiance: .gnomecc hack

GTK2 Themes by nitrofurano 13 comments

The colour choices are up to the users tastes, and the screenshots are only examples showing this possibility, which the original one lacks hardly (specially on Metacity and on the Panel) - this is a hack allowing a better gnome-color-chooser compatibility, not a theme with unchangeable colour scheme. It's extremelly using gnome-color-chooser there, and be welcome contributing with better colour schemes as .gnomecc files here at gnome-look.org ! - please tell me a more sincere oppinion after trying it with gnome-color-chooser! :) - Aug 12 2010
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

Fluxbox Themes by nitrofurano 8 comments

thank you too! i think each window manager (maybe not wm2 or mwm, due on their limitations) really deserves a good amount of colour schemes, or themes made from colour schemes - this is mostly why i coded these converters, and posted them and their result here, and also let dax918, the original author of these colour schemes, know about this! :) - Aug 05 2010
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

Fluxbox Themes by nitrofurano 8 comments

thank you - i also can't understand the under-rate, even considering these themes from colour schemes are just a mere conversion, for helping the Fluxbox community of users and developers. - Aug 05 2010
Groove

Pek-WM Themes by urukrama 4 comments

awesome theme, just loving it! thanks sharing! :) btw, which wallpaper you have in the first screenshot, and which icontheme you have in the third? cheers! :) - Apr 22 2010
Human Minimal

Full Icon Themes by nitrofurano 2 comments

thank you! it's awesome getting feedback from people also enjoys simplicity on iconsets! thank you! :) - Jan 31 2010
Aurorae Theme Engine

Various Plasma Theming by mgraesslin 178 comments

It's great seeing kwin can get that close of KDE4 SVG GUI research and experimentation - with this, KDE can be considered an all-SVG window manager, or very close of it - thank you for your awesome contribution! :) - Jul 02 2009
Misted

GTK2 Themes by nitrofurano 3 comments

of course i can take a look - where is your theme? - May 21 2009
Antico

Qt Tools by peppino 80 comments

for now, any tarball is welcome - i'm having huge difficulties on compiling it (as usual for me on everything else related to make/configure/etc...)
As soon as any binary package appearing online on any distro, please let me know! =) - Jan 31 2009
Antico

Qt Tools by peppino 80 comments

created http://launchpad.net/antico - Jan 29 2009
Antico

Qt Tools by peppino 80 comments

sorry, found http://antico.wordpress.com/ - Jan 29 2009
Antico

Qt Tools by peppino 80 comments

i'm trying to find from google where is the Antico official url, like on SourceForge, code.google, launchpad.net, etc. - please publish it somewhere! - Jan 29 2009
Antico

Qt Tools by peppino 80 comments

maybe is a good idea to request debianizing of this project - this will help this project being part of Debian and Ubuntu repositories, and helping more people having access of it. - Jan 29 2009
Antico

Qt Tools by peppino 80 comments

Well, after seeing what KDE4 is, i were betting some lighter window manager based on QT4 will appear - and this project is a proof of it.

But, what i could see, i think it can be even simpler, just like what is LXDE based on Gnome.

Anyway, congratulations on helping a long live for QT4, and helping showing how bloated KDE4 is, and how/where it must be improved. - Jan 29 2009
Avio-GDM

GDM Themes by tobain 114 comments

tried again, and no results (as the terminal) - and guest is indeed my usual login... (i think it's the only login i created, when freshinstalling Ubuntu) - Jan 04 2009
Orange Smoothnessity

Openbox Themes by kiwiremysaotome 6 comments

yes, ftp://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/ is really plenty of very good documentation! thanks! =) - Jan 02 2009
Orange Smoothnessity

Openbox Themes by kiwiremysaotome 6 comments

thank you for all the information! - Arch, from an Ubuntu viewpoint, looks a bit more closer to Gentoo - i hope soon being 'courageful' to try this level of distribution (even using Linux from 10 years, i'm still like a newbie, and still with headaches with stuff like make/configure, etc...) - btw, about all the other links, surelly i'll look at them more carefully, maybe i can get some information for something there (this always happens with me!) =) - Jan 02 2009
Avio-GDM

GDM Themes by tobain 114 comments

should i export the display variable as well, and how? - Jan 02 2009
Avio-GDM

GDM Themes by tobain 114 comments

thanks, but i got an error message - from both terminal window and tty display:

guest@macbook:~$ export XNESTSIZE=1024x768
guest@macbook:~$ gdmthemetester console MinimalAsRarelly
GDM Theme Tester
Be sure to test all the environments:
console, console-timed, flexi, remote-flexi, xdmcp
Also be sure to test using caps lock
(gdmgreeter:19986): Gdk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
guest@macbook:~$

which way you're used to do it successfully? i really don't know what i'm doing wrong...

thanks! =)
- Jan 02 2009
Orange Smoothnessity

Openbox Themes by kiwiremysaotome 6 comments

You're not yet part of LinuxChix, and they seems to organize so many conferences there in US? What for are you waiting? ;D - maybe you being part of it can lobby to their next conference being at Chicago! =)

I only know Arch linux from its name (how good is it when compaired with Ubuntu, for example?) - and the url you sent us has hundreds of file, and the most similar to 'Arch' is the 'archive' directory there... =(

- Jan 01 2009
Avio-GDM

GDM Themes by tobain 114 comments

how can we take screenshots from a GDM screen, without having to draw a mockup or installing into an emulator? - Dec 31 2008
Avio-GDM

GDM Themes by tobain 114 comments

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=96170 may look as a rip-off, but when you try to find minimalist themes, and found none, and found your theme structure as excellent, i couldn't avoid to make a minimalist version of your theme - thanks sharing! =) - Dec 31 2008
Psu

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes by seb551 5 comments

i didn't know colorhunter.com - i used more colourlovers.com - thanks! =) - Dec 31 2008
Paper Delusion

Openbox Themes by anubis2591 4 comments

thanks for sharing! =) - Dec 31 2008
Stale Winter

Openbox Themes by kiwiremysaotome 3 comments

Awesome on GTK themes are those ones accepts colour schemes from gnome-color-chooser (.gnomecc files) - i'm really curious about how to code/draw engines which accept them at 100%. I'm still completelly stuck on the Mist engine because of it... - Dec 31 2008
Orange Smoothnessity

Openbox Themes by kiwiremysaotome 6 comments

Awesome you promoting LinuxChix with a screenshot as well! =) This is really great! - Dec 31 2008
Black Cherry of Doom

Openbox Themes by kiwiremysaotome 2 comments

where from can we find this wallpaper? - Dec 31 2008
Black Cherry of Doom

Openbox Themes by kiwiremysaotome 2 comments

=) - Dec 31 2008
Playbill Pekwm

Pek-WM Themes by opeth115 10 comments

at http://box-look.org/content/show.php?content=95801 i'm using 220 colour schemes from DaX - there i have a python script for making these themes (using .xpm files) based on colour schemes - your theme would be interesting having a larger colour scheme choice available. - Dec 27 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

KDE 3 Color Schemes by dax918 87 comments

http://box-look.org/content/show.php?content=95801
the converter still needs some fixes
- Dec 27 2008
Black-Diamond (blue)

Gnome 2 Color Schemes by amitg 4 comments

Awesome seeing more people using gnome-color-chooser! and this colour scheme looks really great! =) - Dec 27 2008
Pekwm Nimbus

Pek-WM Themes by adriano 3 comments

From all of your PekWM themes, it's only missing a Motif one! =) - Dec 23 2008
Inda

Pek-WM Themes by lyrae 4 comments

I loved that artdeco-like typeface - which one is it?
This theme should be defaulty available from the PekWM package as well! =) - Dec 22 2008
Shiki-Colors

Pek-WM Themes by a1ex 3 comments

This one should be available defaulty from the PekWM package, since it looks lots better than the default one! =) - Dec 22 2008
IceBuntu

Ice-WM Themes by Ilyakub 1 comment

the first good icewm theme i'm seeing - thanks! =) - Dec 21 2008
thanks about all your effort on coding and developing Screenlets, but this theme is too 'Vista', i'm more a minimalist fan... =/ - Oct 01 2008
1977 Openbox

Openbox Themes by thayerw 20 comments

excellent! - Sep 28 2008
Lessr Theme Pack

Openbox Themes by thayerw 8 comments

awesome! - Sep 28 2008
Human 2.0

GTK2 Themes by buu700 4 comments

tried and not working - as well, please remove all the spaces and dots from the files and folders name... - Sep 14 2008
Human 2.0

GTK2 Themes by buu700 4 comments

is this theme 100% compatible with colour schemes applied from gnome-color-chooser (.gnomecc files) just like are http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ultra+pack+-+220+color+schemes?content=84941 ?

- Sep 14 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

KDE 3 Color Schemes by dax918 87 comments

about assembler, i find myself also stuck into z80 (msx, zx-spectrum) - sometimes i used to do some snippets for emulation, but not much more than this.

I had no idea some people still code on assembler for the more recent operative systems - where from can i see these kind of programs?

Some large applications could be also scripts binded after runtime executables, like this executable have 1mb in size, and the script is embedded after (just like with 'cat script.languagesuffix >> runtime.exe', or like swf Flash projectors... )

- Aug 03 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

KDE 3 Color Schemes by dax918 87 comments


a script for downloading directly the colour hex values seems to be not that hard at all

from the url http://www.colourlovers.com/palette/474922/Train_Yard

we can get hex colours from a script like:

wget http://www.colourlovers.com/export/html/474922
cat 474922 | grep Hex > 474922.txt
rm 474922

the problem is the result is plenty of tabs, maybe i'll need to use a kind of text replace (or some more unix sub-commands like grep/awk/cut for cleaning it a bit better)

- Aug 02 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

KDE 3 Color Schemes by dax918 87 comments

Well, in situations like this, maybe is not a bad idea (if it is a desktop computer) buying a new hard disk, and having this one which you have the lost mbr as second disk.

About download managers, they were fine for downloading between 100 and 1000 files at once, but 500000? and btw, a console application used to be more fast and stable than a gui-based application, specially on ms-windows... - Aug 02 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

KDE 3 Color Schemes by dax918 87 comments

i also thought about this as well, a kind of sorter script, or randomizer, or whatever, would allow us to get colour schemes or previews before gettng them - btw, i downloaded all those almost 500.000 that time i still didn't analized them with scripts (like getting html index files for an easier browsing)

another example would be a kind of script would load with wget some palettes from there, and get them as choices for a gui colourscheme... - Aug 02 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

KDE 3 Color Schemes by dax918 87 comments

I also enjoy more making my own colour schemes (http://www.colourlovers.com/palettes/new?lover=nitrofurano), but overally colourlovers.com having half-million available seems to be a very interesting source to 'get inspired'. This script also seems to work fine on msdos prompt, since there is a version of wget available as well, but i have no idea about how can we use for-next in a .bat file... - Jul 25 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

KDE 3 Color Schemes by dax918 87 comments

surelly you'll love this terminal command line:

for i in `seq 0 1000000`; do wget -c http://www.colourlovers.com/export/zip/$i; mv $i $i.zip; done;

up to now i think there are around 500000 downloadable palettes, all cc-nc-sa! :-) - Jul 22 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

Gnome 2 Color Schemes by nitrofurano 11 comments

you welcome! :-) - Jul 15 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

Gnome 2 Color Schemes by nitrofurano 11 comments

I also enjoy a lot this feeling on seeing people following some work i did! :-)

And btw, i'm that kind of person really can't stop using open-source when working somewhere used to only uses proprietary software - some animated gifs i did frames on Photoshop were animated using gifsicle, and some videos i edited on Premiere getting compressed and resized with ffmpeg - this is another reason i believe open-source has a very important place on the companies we used to work, and people there still not seeing how useful are FOSS tools, and how they are also free of licence headaches as well...

And for now, i'm really only missing multipages and CMYK on Inkscape (just like on Freehand), and CMYK on Gimp...
- Jul 15 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

Gnome 2 Color Schemes by nitrofurano 11 comments

this situation also happened with me around 2001 or 2002 - but well, Photoshop 5, Illustrator 8 and Freehand 7 runs fine on Wine... :-p - well, now as i were in a less demanding professional time as Graphic Designer, i were only using Inkscape and Gimp, and trying to 'survive' with them (and also trying to be colaborative enough on making them as good or better than these proprietary ones...) - Jul 15 2008
Ultra pack - 220 color schemes

Gnome 2 Color Schemes by nitrofurano 11 comments

you welcome! i'm very curious about your feedback when trying them! :-) - Jul 14 2008