Jan 14, 2018
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me experimenting with something in blender
lemme know if you're interested in seeing it finished
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0o (5 years ago)
this is actually amazing
OtakuTai (6 years ago)
ngl that's actually pretty impressive
11ryanc (6 years ago)
XFCE gone Vista. lul not bad. What theme is that? My hurdle is always finding a theme I like, only to find that it's absolutely hostile to GTK 3. (you need gt2/3 compatibility these days)
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11ryanc (6 years ago)
GTK+ 4.x is a testing branch. 3.26 is the latest "stable". Most developers don't follow the GNOME trends. So theme breakage with software is super rare, I haven't seen it happen once. Possibly because I use Ubuntu LTS?
Don't get too campy with XFCE. They're steadily migrating to GTK 3. Testing builds already have GTK 3 variants of the Task Manager and Thunar. But with an updated theme and the creativeness of XFCE, you'll be hard pressed to spot a difference. As was the case with MATE. Aside from the fact that... Press F to pay respects to your now defunct GTK 2 themes. :-(
It does suck for new theme artists though. You have to support GTK 2 and 3 as developers can't make their minds up on which toolkit to use :P

my desktop (peppermint os). can you distinguish the gtk 3 programs from gtk 2?
zzdaxuya1 (6 years ago)
I think that's the case
i've used arch and that may be why I ranted about it
there's an unofficial "ubuntu-gtk3" package on arch but that seems to break all gtk3 programs on my computer, since they're built against the newer gtk3
gentoo actually looks tempting at this point

yeaah, I know, heck the notifications already use gtk3
I've tried gtk3 thunar - didn't seem to get any graphical glitches which was the case with gtk2 thunar
and so is mousepad

the problem I have with some gtk3 themes is that the padding on stuff like menubars and window decorations etc. can be way more than generous
and editing the css seems weird - i'm sure it won't be once I get used to them

well.. sorta, doesn't seem to have much difference for that particular theme, appearance-wise, other than the animations and stuff
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Date: Jan 14, 2018 Views: 92 Ratings: 3
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