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Ambiance Crunchy

  

Openbox Theme

Score 69%
Ambiance Crunchy
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Ambiance Crunchy
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Ambiance Crunchy
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Downloads:  8476
Submitted:  Dec 11 2010
Updated:  Apr 15 2014

Description:

It's an Ambiance like Theme for Fluxbox, Openbox, Lxde, Xfce, Gnome2/Mate & Gnome3 (Unity, Gnome-Shell, Gnome-Classic & Cinnamon). Gtk-3.10 and Cinnamon 2.0 compatible.

The objective is to have it working very well in all that environnements with a choice of 4 flavours.

NEW : New Gnome-shell Theme + fixes for Gtk-3.10 compatibility in Unity

INSTALLATION:
* open a Terminal in the folder where the file 136162-Crunchy-themes.tar.gz is
* and type the command (Ubuntu/Debian like distros):
sudo tar -zxvf 136162-Crunchy-themes.tar.gz -C /usr/share


Setting the theme in Gnome
* Unity: install Unity-tweak (Ubuntu 13.04+) or Ubuntu Tweak (older versions)
* Gnome-Shell: Gnome-tweak (Advanced settings) must be installed and the user theme plugin activated
* Cinnamon: in preferences/cinnamon settings/Theme -> tab "Theme" + tab "other settings"

Openbox rounded Buttons
If the display of the buttons is weird, just set the "active window title" font to the right size. Example : Ubuntu (regular) 11.

Gtk engines dependancy
Murrine & Unico are needed by the theme and Pixbuf by LibreOffice. To be sure they are installed:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf gtk3-engines-unico


Customization
The source drawings of the buttons for all window managers are included.

Ubuntu 13.04/LibreOffice in Unity
There's a bug in Unity in that version. The global menus of LibreOffice don't highlight the selection:
* either uninstall indicator-appmenu
* or update (by activating the "proposed" depot in the sources.list) the package unity and its dependancies: libunity-core-6.0-5, unity-common, unity-services.




Changelog:

2010: Openbox theme + gtk2 theme later on

2012
* theme rewritten with gtk3 and Xfce/Lxde support
* gnome2/mate compatibility checked
* new Gnome-shell Theme
* new Cinnamon Theme
* flavour orange added

2013
* Openbox theme rewritten
* GTK-3.8 & Cinnamon 2.0 compatibility
* new Fluxbox theme
* new set of buttons for Metacity/Unity and Xfwm4

2014
March: Gtk-3.10 compatibility + fixes for Xubuntu 14.04
April: New Gnome-shell theme + Gtk-3.10 fixes for 14.04LTS Ubuntu versions




LicenseGPL
(Crunchy-themes.tar.gz)
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 Cool

 
 by GLvova on: Dec 26 2010
 
Score 85%

I like it.
I have a question?
I want to update my theme, but I do not know how. Please help.


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 Re: Cool to update the theme

 
 by frombenny on: Dec 27 2010
 
Score 86%

* Open your HOME in a file browser.
* Ctrl H to show the hidden files and folders
* go to the folder .themes
* If you have one or more ambiance crunchy folder(s), either delete, move or rename them.
* extract the new version of the theme in place.
* if you haven't your ambiance crunchy folder(s) in your HOME but in /usr/share/themes. Do the same there under root privileges before extracting the new ones.


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 Re: Cool (your box-look theme)

 
 by frombenny on: Dec 28 2010
 
Score 86%

* you must be logged.
* on the same row as the download button, you'll find choices like : send to a friend, edit, delete..
* if you pick the edit button, you'll be able to update your theme.


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 Composter

 
 by makitso on: Oct 28 2012
 
Score 86%

I am running xubuntu 12.10 along with the Cairo dock. As such I have composting turned on. However with Crunchy, the top bar on all windows is transparent. Is there a way to turn transparancy off like the standard graybird theme?


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 Re: Composter

 
 by frombenny on: Dec 29 2012
 
Score 85%

The new update should fix this...


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 OB icons too big

 
 by BruceMcL on: May 8 2013
 
Score 86%

I'm running Crunchband Waldorf, and the circular close-mimize-etc. buttons are all cut off. I don't see a full circle.

Here's an image http://www.brucemcl.com/images/widgets.png

Maybe the widgets need to be 12 x 12 or 8 x 8 instead of 16 x 16.


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 Re: OB icons too big

 
 by frombenny on: May 10 2013
 
Score 85%

Didn't know that a new version of crunchbang was out! I'm busy now but will have a look on it soon.

Have you tried the fix that worked for Lubuntu 12.04: delete the config file (~/.config/openbox/lubuntu-rc.xml). Then you open your Openbox GUI setting manager again and set back the font, order of your buttons,..


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 Re: Re: OB icons too big

 
 by BruceMcL on: May 11 2013
 
Score 86%

I tried deleting the config file but that did not help. I am now running Openbox under Xubuntu 13.04, not Lubuntu.

I found another OB theme that I like, so it's not a major problem. If this theme working for other people then let's not spend more time debugging this.


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 Re: Re: OB icons too big

 
 by frombenny on: May 13 2013
 
Score 85%

I've just tested from the live CD of Crunchbang.

You just have to set one thing in the OBox GUI:
->Appearance/Fonts:Active window title
-> the size of the font has to be set at 11.


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 Re: Re: Re: OB icons too big

 
 by BruceMcL on: Jun 4 2013
 
Score 86%

Good detective work on this. In a different Lxde distribution I can reproduce the problem and the solution.

The font size has to be "just right" to make this theme work. Too small, or too big, will cause the buttons to look funny. The correct size can vary from one font to another.

I don't think this is a major problem, just something to be aware of.


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 using the theme on fedora

 
 by aarem on: Sep 14 2013
 
Score 86%

Hello, This is a very nice theme and professionally and very elegantly done. I am trying to use this theme with rounded window edges on fedora 19 but can not get it to have rounded corners. I don't use a desktop environment so I was wondering if I can still use this theme and get rounded corners for the windows.
Thanks very much!


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 Re: using the theme on fedora

 
 by frombenny on: Sep 14 2013
 
Score 85%

The OpenBox theme doesn't have rounded window corners. I didn't find the way to do it or a trick to give the illusion to do it ;)

Don't know if with compositing activated it's possible or not ?

Transparency or rounded windows seems to not being features available in Openbox.


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 Re: Re: using the theme on fedora

 
 by aarem on: Sep 14 2013
 
Score 86%

fronberry,

thank you for responding! it was my understanding too that rounded windows are not possible with openbox, but since the second and the third pictures that you posted had rounded windows, i thought maybe that you had figured out a way to do this. Also the comment on changing the font made me think so, too. So, I guess the screenshots are not all using openbox then? Thanks again for your answer!


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 Re: Re: using the theme on fedora

 
 by aarem on: Sep 20 2013
 
Score 86%

sorry but i just wanted to ask again: how does one get the effects of rounded windows as in the second and third screenshots. Or is this not openbox? I don't use ubuntu so i don't know what the font sizes should be (for fedora).

thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: using the theme on fedora

 
 by frombenny on: Sep 20 2013
 
Score 85%

The other screenshots are from other environments. Openbox can't have window rounded corners.

This theme is set to be effective in a lot of desktop.

At first, I made it to be used under Crunchbang Linux (Openbox+Debian). Now, its evolution made me do it for Linux Mint (Mate and Cinnamon), Gnome (Unity, Gnome-Shell), for Xfce,..

I'm having a look in Fluxbox theming to answer to your needs that Openbox can't reach. I have problem with transparency that seems to be a default there. I don't want it for Crunchy. Still looking for a solution...


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 Re: Re: Re: using the theme on fedora

 
 by frombenny on: Sep 22 2013
 
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A new fluxbox theme is now included.

I know it doesn't answer fully at your request but I'm not part of the development team of the Openbox window manager... Rounded window corners can only be fixed by them..


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 Excellent theme!

 
 by biffster on: Jan 30 2014
 
Score 63%

Talk about a fabulous looking theme! Great job!!!


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 Re: Excellent theme!

 
 by frombenny on: Jan 31 2014
 
Score 50%

Thanks


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 Great!

 
 by figgycity50 on: Apr 19 2014
 
Score 63%

I love this theme so much I want to put it in the Linux distro I'm making! Is that OK? I will provide credit.


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 Re: Great!

 
 by frombenny on: Apr 20 2014
 
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Sure you can put it in it !

Which desktop will you choose (Xfce, Gnome-shell, Unity, Cinnamon, Mate, Lxde,..)?

It's a good way to have the theme tested and have a lot of questions..


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 Re: Re: Great!

 
 by figgycity50 on: Apr 27 2014
 
Score 63%

I'm using Openbox with the xfce4 panel. And I installed the GTK2 and GTK3 patching stuff to make it work with that.


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