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Ken Vermette
GTK2 Themes

Cursors 17 comments

by Kver
Score 80.7%
Sep 13 2017
Within the next two weeks; I know it's a flaky time-frame but I'm swamped at work and it's eating my personal time. I assure you it's first thing on my radar when things let up. :) - Apr 23 2014
It can be found here;

Mind you the version in the picture is not exactly the same - it was edited because I couldn't find the raw image for quite some time. - Apr 12 2014

GTK2 Themes 18 comments

by Kver
Score 50.0%
Sep 18 2008
I'm still trying to figure out the problem with the GTK, I havent been able to duplicate the problem myself, so mostly it's me going bugstomping around the files to see what's going on.

I'm considering downloading another Murrine-based theme similar to what I have (that isn't having problems), and re-tweaking it to a Didymous style.

If you are getting the bug, would you mind me emailing the next GTK to you directly for testing? - Sep 20 2008
This is a common known problem with themes that use dark menubars. In the GTK there is a CSS file for firefox to fix the problem.

For openoffice, there is no known fix for it, unfortunately. It's something the openoffice guys themselves need to fix. - Sep 20 2008
Looks like something wrong in the GTK portion of the theme;

- Make sure you have the newest version of Murrine found at
- Install just the GTK theme in the appearance preferences dialog, click "customize" and choose any DiMurrine options that look proper

Those are off the top of my head, but I'll try some things on my end to see if I can replicate the problem on a fresh Ubuntu install and give more detailed instructions if I can. - Sep 11 2008