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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Plug-in management in 0.4.6

From: Jim Busser
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Plug-in management in 0.4.6
Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2009 22:30:19 -0700

While I don't quite understand the difference referred to by Rogerio about Windows vs Button themes, I am running Gnome and went to its System > Preferences > Appearance menu which opens "Appearance Preferences" with tabs labeled "Themes", "Background", "Fonts" and "Interface".

Under the primary tab "Themes" can be found the four listed by Rogerio and I can confirm they all cause disappearance of the notelet tab borders *and* the tab headings, whereas these others all preserve them:
Sphere Crystal

I had been sticking with Clearlooks which colorizes blue the top ~ three pixels of the tab to create a blue bar above the notelet title, whereas Sphere Crystal colorizes the entirety of the tab "top" and Glossy applies graded coloration at the top, and fading downward.

PS on my MacBook with a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 on which I am running Debian in VMware Fusion, despite that the Debian "Screen resolution" is also set to 1280x 800, I had to alter the "Fonts" "Details" resolution to 110 pixels per inch.

On 29-Jun-09, at 11:48 AM, Rogerio Luz Coelho wrote:

Here is the list of Theme BUTTONS that do not support the tabs in Notelet Editor:

Please someone else try it to see if it is not just me:

Nuovola , Wasp , Lush and Amaranth

Here is the output of "aptitude search themes | grep gnome"

p   gnome-accessibility-themes      - accessibility themes for the GNOME 2 deskt
i A gnome-themes                    - official themes for the GNOME 2 desktop  
i A gnome-themes-extras             - various themes for the GNOME 2 desktop

the window themes work fine, but if I put any of these BUTTON THEMES it does not show the tabs any more.


2009/6/28 Karsten Hilbert <address@hidden>
On Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 05:59:40PM -0700, Jim Busser wrote:

> Rogerio did by the way notice that one of the Gnome desktop themes
> interfered with proper display of the tab labels atop the notelets

That is entirely possible. Writing a proper theme isn't as
trivial as one might think.

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