Hey Guido and the rest of the team.
Sorry I haven't answered, I had a tough exam today, so i wasn't around too much these past few days.
So, I have a few questions and statements regarding it. - When you say application updates, do you mean from release to release (Isn't it like that, that apps don't upgrade, unless you do it manually yourself?) - That's why I've been thinking about a theme that has serious longevity, for example greybird. Adwaita is even better (the gtk theme looks better than greybird imho), but we would need an xfwm theme to play nicely visually. For this portion, if we would go for Adwaita, I could 'hack' it (as I've already done while using Gnome). I mean, don't get me wrong, i'm not a designer, but i learned how to gimp the check radios and such into appropriate green and change them. - As for the current shade of green in the greybird mod i posted, i used the one that seemed to fit nicely with Faenza Mint. - And now when we're already at icons, what do you think about using maybe elementary-xfce, because it's the only xfce-centric theme i know, and most 'tangoesque' i know. Also there, what we would need is someone greening up the default folders. The rest could be left as-is, imho, as it's in many colors (depending on the apps). I was thinking about doing it the other day, but i've seen they're all .svg, and i'm not really good with inkscape. Maybe someone else reading this could give it a try?
Any other suggestions, thoughts on your part?
BTW, thanks for taking your time to answer, i know you must be quite busy.
Hope to hear from you guys soon.
Quoting Guido Berhoerster email@example.com:
- firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com [2014-07-01 17:04]:
Dear Guido, Afaik Clearlooks Phenix is still actively maintained.
The last upstream version is for GTK 3.6 http://www.jpfleury.net/en/software/clearlooks-phenix.php I packaged it in X11:xfce because I initially thought about adpating it with an openSUSE color scheme but it turned out as just another dead GTK theme :( We also still have gtk3-metatheme-sonar in Factory but it is for GTK 3.2 and would need some serious work as well. -- Guido Berhoerster -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org To contact the owner, e-mail: email@example.com