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DeLorean_Mono Gtk3 Themes 1.5.2



* If using Gnome, it must be Gnome3.0! Openbox, LXDE, & Xfce should work as long as you are not using apps themed in gtk3(if you do, they will look strange).

***IMPORTANT, please read the install***
As of vers. 1.5.1, This is DeLorean_Mono Themes. It includes 3 themes:
    DeLorean_Mono: brushed/hammered-steel
    DeLorean_Alu: brushed aluminum
    DeLorean_Scratched: scrated/keyed steel

      As of vers. 1.5.0, the textured images used for widgets backgrounds, menu-bars, etc... are generated with a small bash-script for the specific dimensions of your monitor.
      The script inside the DeLorean-1.5.1 folder builds all three themes at once.

      ***This theme will look like Windows95 (if it works at all) if you do not run the!***

        GTK3 gtk-engine-unico-1.0.1 or newer Stable
        GTK2 gtk-engine-murrine
        GTK2 pixbuf-engine or the gtk(2)-engines package
        Gtk3-3.2.0 or later installed

      *the actual names of these packages may vary from distro to distro

      1. Download: DeLorean-1.5.1, and un-zip the package into the folder of your choice.

      2. Open: DeLorean-1.5.1 Folder. You will find 3 folders and the script.
        Make sure is executable. Right click on it and select "properties" from the menu. Open the "permissions" tab. At the bottom make sure "Allow executing as a program" is checked.

      3. Double-Click on the script.
        A pop up window will ask "Do you want to run "", or display its contents?"

      4. Select: "Run in Terminal"
        Follow the directions in terminal to set-up DeLorean_Mono.

      5. Terminal: When the Terminal screen pops up, the first thing is it will ask you for your monitors screen resolution in pixels. The script will print out the monitor dimensions it recieves from running: xdpyinfo | grep 'dimensions:' This should be accurate. Please note, if you have Dual-monitors use the dimensions of the Larger of the two.

      6. Enter your monitors dimensions in pixels. For example: xdpyinfo says my monitors "dimensions: 1366x768 pixels (350x201 millimeters)" Therefore I enter "1366x768" without the quotes. 1366 bieng my monitors WIDTH and 768 being its HEIGHT.

      7. Next it will ask for your the number you entered for your monitors WIDTH and to enter x34 for its HEIGHT. Therefore I would enter "1366x34" without the quotes.

      8. Lastly it will ask you for your monitors WIDTH and to enter x32 for its HEIGHT.

      9. You are done! Everything has been resized to fit your monitor. Hit any key to close the terminal.

      After the terminal closes, you may install the 3 DeLoean Theme files: System-Wide '/usr/share/themes' or Per-User '~/.themes.
      The script resizes and creates the textured background-images, menu-bar, xfwm4, and metacity themes.
      If you make a mistake when entering your information in terminal; no problem, just run again.

      This is my first Bash Script, so its a bit rough. If someone more experienced is willing to help me out with it, I would be greatfull. It'd be excellent if someone would help me turn the script into a Zenity Gui.

      DeLorean_Mono, Gtk3 & Gtk2 themes, with Metacity, Xfwm4, and OpenBox-3 Themes.
      Comments are welcomed!!!
      Please let me know about any bugs you may find.
      I am working a matching Gnome-shell, and Unity themes.

      Hope you enjoy the theme!

      A black border appears when "Nautilus has 2 or more Tabs open and the Search-Button is depressed in the Toolbar." The border runs from the bottom of the Toolbar and raps back around and up from the Statusbar/or bottom edge of window. *** It seems to be an Error in GTK3. *** It repeats the error in either Unico or Adwaita Engines. I have noticed the same error in many other themes, the color of the border can be changed : Primary-Toolbar, under Border-Color. Unfortuanly that fix doesnt work when an Image-File is used for the Primary-Toolbar; the only color I can get is Black ;-(

        *vers. 1.2 09/18/11 - Added OpenBox Theme. Fixed Radio/Check buttons for both gtk2 + gtk3. Now they match.
        *vers. 1.2-2 09/19/11 - Redesigned Radio/Check buttons.
        *vers. 1.2-3 09/19/11 - Fixed Radio/Check insensitive buttons.
        *vers. 1.2-4 09/19/11 - Fixed Radio/Check Text and highlighting.
        *vers. 1.2-5 09/19/11 - Changed Radio/Check:hover. Changed Gtk2 Combobox/Entry. Fixed Url/Search/Entry, and Selected Tab in Firefox. Fixed Gtk2 Spinnbutton.
        *vers. 1.2-6 09/20/11 - Fixed Comboentry/Entry/Spinnbuttons, now all match in Gtk2 + Gtk3 (built new Spinnbuttons for both Gtk2 +Gtk3). Fixed Radio/Check in Tabs, they match in both Gtk2 + Gtk3.
        *vers. 1.2-7 09/23/11 - Reworked Spinnbuttons in Gtk3. Minor changes to Radio/CheckButtons (still adjusting them). Fixed Entry in Gtk3. Fixed Buttons:insensitive in Gtk3. Rebuilt Scale/VolumeSliders in Gtk2 + Gtk3 normal and tabs. And Other misc minor changes.
        *vers. 1.2-8 09/23/11 - Even more changes to Radio/CheckButtons (stil adjusting them). Changes to Entry. This should have been rolled into 1.2-7.
        *vers. 1.2-9 09/24/11 - Fixed Radio/CheckButtons. Now they match in Gtk2 + Gtk3. (I swear im not going to change them again... hehe).
        *vers. 1.3-0 09/25/11 - Changed ProgressBars in Gtk2 + Gtk3. Fixed Text colors in Gtk3.
        *vers. 1.1-0 thru 1.3-0 10/02/11 - theme broken from gkt3 3.2 and unico 1.0.1stable Updates

        *vers. 1.4.0
        10/29/11 - Complete re-write of GTK3 Theme (for GTk 3.2+ and Unico 1.0.1+stable)
        *vers. 1.4.1
        10/31/11 - Changed Sidebar-buttons, Gtk-Treeview-Rows, and Check-Radio.
        *vers. 1.4.2
        11/01/11 - Changed Buttons-Active, Cleaned up Gtk-Treeview-Rows, and a few other minor tweaks.
        *vers. 1.4.3
        11/03/11 - Re-wrote GTK2 theme. It matches with Gtk3 pretty well. I still have changes to make to the Gtk2 theme, ie... Toolbar-Handles, Entry, Check-Radio, Side-bar-pcmanfm/Thunar. (I cleaned the Theme Folder, its now 2.5mb instead of 6.3mb).
        *vers. 1.4.4
        11/04/11 - Fixed Handles in Gtk2 also added Frame-Shadows (Im not sure if i like them yet or not. It looks fine to me without them). Messed around with Entry in Gtk2 and pcmanfm, thunar.
        *vers. 1.4.5
        11/07/11 - New Tabs/Notebook in Gtk2. Changed Entry, Combobox, Optionbox, and Shadows in Gtk2. Fixed Thunar and Pcmanfm, both look good and match the theme now. Many minor tweaks in Xfce Apps.
        *vers. 1.4.6
        11/11/11 - New Xfwm4 Theme added. Redesigned Openbox-3 Theme. New Xfce panel.

        *vers. 1.5.0
        11/13/11 - New custom Frame & Bars script. To build the theme image files to any users individual monitor dimensions. This theme is customized to each computer it is installed on. :-) It looks SOOOOO much better!!

        *vers. 1.5.2
        11/16/11 - Fixed Xfwm4 themes, now they build with the rest of the images. This is now DeLorean Theme, It includes 3 themes: DeLorean_Mono, DeLorean_Alu, and DeLorean_Scratched. All three are built with the script this reduces the need for multiple build scripts for each theme, as well as it reduces the packaged size from 26mb down to 4.5mb.

        *vers 1.5.2 01/01/12 - Fixed aspect-ration with gtk2 and gtk3. Now they both scale the background image. Where as previously gtk2 croped and gtk3 scaled. Changed the script to crop the base images for individual screen dimensions. Before the base images were scaled.
        *vers 1.5.4 10/13/2012 - Fixed syntax changes in the to comply with latest imagemagik syntax.
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Awesome!..... thanks for updating the script.... best themes i've found for openbox/lxde yet... colors are great... textures are great... nothing is too dark or can't be seen or read... excellent excellent work... please keep this theme up to date if you can...... I did make ONE MODIFICATION.... on the aluminum theme.... the panel items (clock, indicator etc) didn't match the aluminum theme very well, so i jumped into gtk2 and gtk3 config files for aluminum and change the colors 797979 to 999999 matches up perfect now.. the other themes seem fine , only aluminum needed the alteration... maybe you could include it in the next release... thanks again for the awesome work... top notch man!