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Oxygen Gtk

  

Theme/Style for KDE 4.0

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Oxygen Gtk
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Downloads:  33968
Submitted:  Dec 12 2010
Updated:  Apr 10 2014

Description:

Oxygen-Gtk is a port of the default KDE widget theme (Oxygen), to gtk.

Its primary goal is to ensure visual consistency between gtk and qt-based applications running under kde. A secondary objective is to also have a stand-alone nice looking gtk theme that would behave well on other Desktop Environments.

Unlike other attempts made to port the kde oxygen theme to gtk, this attempt does not depend on Qt (via some Qt to Gtk conversion engine), nor does render the widget appearance via hard coded pixmaps, which otherwise breaks everytime some setting is changed in kde.


Hosting:
- tarballs are hosted on kde ftp servers
- git repository is hosted at https://projects.kde.org

Download
- First link point to a tarball of the official 1.0 release
- Second link point to a tarball of the official 1.1 release
- Third link point to the git repository. For the GTK 2.x version, one can get the latest sources from master branch using
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git clone git://anongit.kde.org/oxygen-gtk

and from the GTK 3.x version, using
Quote:
git clone -b gtk3 git://anongit.kde.org/oxygen-gtk


Installation:
- See the INSTALL file in the top-level directory.
- You will likely need gtk+2.0 dev packages, as well as Cairo

Authors:
- Ruslan Kabatsayev
- Cédric Bellegarde
- me

Release:
We plan to follow the same release schedule as KDE:
- one minor bug-fixing release every month;
- one major feature release every six month.

Bugs:

See the README file in the top-level directory, for a list of possible issues with the style.

Bugs and feature requests can be sent to KDE bug tracking system (https://bugs.kde.org/). You would need to select Product=Oxygen, and Component=gtk-engine




Changelog:

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.5
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.5
Improvements include, for gtk2:
- background and shadows in libreoffice
- improved detection of empty areas for window dragging
- fix bluring behind tooltips in KDE on 64 bits machines
- fix calculation of the tabs area

For gtk3:
- made more widgets 'transparent' via css, to get the proper background gradient behind
- fix crash with menubar animations when invalid menubar was passed
- fixed updates for treeviews embedded in scrolled-windows
- added (still not perfect) support for firefox compiled against gtk3

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.4
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.4
These releases where not announced becaues a bug sneaked in just before release that was causing libreoffice to crash and was also affecting the gtk3 version.

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.3
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.3
Fixes a compilation problem with oxygen-gtk-demo and oxygen-gtk3-demo

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.2
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.2
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.2.2
Bugfixes include
- serious crash in many application like eclipse, libreoffice and other, when mouse-over toolbars and menus.
- rendering issues with gtk3 applications especially under gnome-shell

Also: we added an "information" tab to both oxygen-gtk-demo and oxygen-gtk3-demo to provide software versions.

oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.1
Emergency bugfix release due to a crash condition that sneaked in the gtk3-1.3.0 release

oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.3.0
New feature release.
No real feature added, except support for the (heavily changed) gtk3-3.10 version. New widgets have been added, and quite some method calls have been deprecated.
We cannot guarantee that this version with work with older releases of gtk3.

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.1
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.2.1
New bug fix release.
For gtk2:
- mark zotero as XUL application
- fix some antialias issue on sliders

For gtk3:
- some improvement on inner-shadows
- some extra checks on widgets validity to prevent runtime warnings
- some rendering improvements for instance regarding scrollbars and textviews

oxygen-gtk2 - version 1.4.0
oxygen-gtk3 - version 1.2.0
New feature release of oxygen-gtk2 and oxygen-gtk3. These releases can be compiled and used on non-linux platform (e.g. Windows(r)), and, for the gtk3 version, can run on non X11 backend (e.g. Broadway).
They also include the usual amount of minor bugfixes.

[rest of the back logs, related to the gtk2-1.3 and gtk3-1.1 series have been removed to keep this page clean]




LicenseLGPL
Source(tarball - version gtk2-1.4.5 (for GTK 2.x))
Source(tarball - version gtk3-1.3.5 (for GTK 3.x))
Source(tarball - version gtk3-1.2.2 (for GTK 3.x))
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 Transparency

 
 by steveke on: Dec 14 2010
 
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Thanks for this style - it's wonderful.

Just wondered if you had any plans to match the oxygen-transparent theme?


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 Re: Transparency

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 14 2010
 
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unfortunately no.
There are limitations in gtk which forces us to paint the window background (with gradient) multiple times, and which in turn, would not work when using a transparent background.

So no oxygen-gtk-transparent.

Maybe Gtk-3.0 will make that possible (though I have my doubts).


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 Re: Re: Transparency

 
 by steveke on: Dec 14 2010
 
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OK. Thanks anyway for your quick reply.


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 Re: Re: Transparency

 
 by 10110111 on: Dec 14 2010
 
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Actually it IS possible, if you use CAIRO_OPERATOR_SOURCE and draw background image with alpha (though this might need to be done on a separate surface, which then would be blitted to the window with this operator).


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 Re: Re: Transparency

 
 by CraigD on: Dec 14 2010
 
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are you sure? QtCurve supports background gradients with transparency. So no reason Oxygen-gtk couldn't


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 Re: Re: Transparency

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Actually, you two (Craig and Steveke) are probably correct. Thinking about it, since cairo allows you to overwrite background with fully transparent (aka, a hole), one might be able to have matching semi-transparent background gradient everywhere. (in Qt, for overlapping area, you would end-up with 50% transparency on top of the already semi-transparent background, which would not work, but cairo is different with that respect).

We'll look into it (likely for version 1.2.0 though, since 1.1.0 will be all about animations).

This might require some serious blacklisting though (about half the apps that have been tested so far can't handle an argb colormap).


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 Crash

 
 by stikonas on: Dec 15 2010
 
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I should probably be saying this in bugs.kde.org but icecat (on Ubuntu with icecat installed from gnuzilla PPA) crashes with oxygen-gtk theme.


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 Re: Crash

 
 by 10110111 on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Does blacklisting this app in argb-apps.conf make it work (read README file to learn how to do it)?


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 Re: Re: Crash

 
 by stikonas on: Dec 15 2010
 
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I've tested once more and without blacklisting it now doesn't crash but renders with some articfacts.

When it is blacklisted, everything works correctly.


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 Re: Re: Crash

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Whats the exact name of the application you blacklisted, so that we add it to official sources ?


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 Re: Re: Re: Crash

 
 by CraigD on: Dec 15 2010
 
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...perhaps it might be better to have a 'whitelist' of applications that can use ARGB? Sounds like the 'blacklist' is gonna get very large!


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 Re: Re: Re: Crash

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Actually the current list can be either black or white (see the argb-apps.conf comments for details).

For dev purposes we keep it black, because there is also a good 50% of apps that work just fine under ARGB and that you would never discover, nor test, if you use a white list.
(who would try to add an already working app there ?).

For instance: gimp, google-chrome (as far as I can tell), the complete mandriva control-center (which looks beautiful IMO), pavucontrol, ccsm, etc.

For packagers, that might want to ship oxygen-gtk into distros, we'll recommend to patch the file into a white list (for stability).

Well, at least that's the idea so far.

Also: it is quite frustrating that soo many applications just don't work. Providing a loong list of applications that can't support argb might convince people that things need fixing


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 Gradients

 
 by Keksbubi on: Dec 15 2010
 
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hey, I truly love your theme! But I'm missing the gradients =/

Screenshot:
http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/7066/gradients.png


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 Re: Gradients

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 15 2010
 
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See:
https://bugs.kde.or/show_bug.cgi?id=259822

Not our fault.


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 Re: Gradients

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 15 2010
 
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you'd need to build cairo locally (it is quite easy), and patch it.
Same happened to me.


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 Eclipse probkem

 
 by ev3rsor on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Hi, how I can solve this problem with eclipse?
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9787243/screen.png


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 Re: Eclipse probkem

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 15 2010
 
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You can't really fix it.

Eclipse forces painting of a flat background on many of its widgets without letting us (the style) draw our background's gradient. Ecclipse fault really.

You can make things look nice
1/ by updating the code (using the git repository - see above). You would still get a flat background but with less contrast

2/ by setting the "shading" option to zero in systemsettings -> application appearance -> colors -> options, but you would then loose all gradients in all application (I don't think you want that).

Sorry.


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 Re: Re: Eclipse probkem

 
 by ev3rsor on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Ok... thanks any way for your work, great!


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 Re: Re: Eclipse probkem

 
 by CraigD on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Why not just draw a flat background for Java applications? As is done for Mozilla and OpenOffice?


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 Re: Eclipse probkem

 
 by 10110111 on: Dec 15 2010
 
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See this bug:
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=259935


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 Official for KDE!

 
 by 1antares1 on: Dec 18 2010
 
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AWESOMEEE!!!!!!


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 awesome!

 
 by flowabcd on: Dec 20 2010
 
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Wonderful work!
It works well with Chromium and Libreoffice(which i disabled kde integration so i can use my input method...), GIMP and Inkscape too!
It looks nice and is very fast!
Thanks and keep up good work!


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 Re: awesome!

 
 by HugoPereira on: Dec 20 2010
 
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thanks!
Truth is: there are quite some bugs we are working on, and we have plans for new features, so yes: we keep on working.

Glad you like it already :)


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