[Mageia-artwork] I Suggest a theme‏

Donald Stewart watersnowrock at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 18:20:51 CET 2012

On 14 January 2012 16:50, Oliver Burger <oliver.bgr at googlemail.com> wrote:
> 2012/1/14 Lucas Borges .. <lucaspatis at hotmail.com>:
>> The license is GPL.
> Which version?
>> 1. QtCurve does not support  GTK3 .
>> 2. It is difficult to create a GTK3 theme identical;
>> 3. It is easy to create a similar theme;
>> 4. GTK3 is not used in many applications KDE;
>> 5. Gnome does not use many KDE applications;
>> 6. You can use different themes?
>> 7. The major distributions use different themes.
>> 8. I need opinions before developing a theme GTK3.
>> 9. We can create a new exclusive theme?
> Well, true, if you use applications from only one side of the world,
> you wouldn't notice having different themes. But I - and many others -
> prefer to use the application most adequate to a task, no matter if it
> was designed for GNOME, KDE, XFCE, LXDE or whatever.
> And that's why we should have the same theme - or one looking and
> behaving the same - on both worlds.
> @Donald: The way to go is get it packaged, so we can test it. And I
> don't think it belongs in soft svn. This is - at least at the moment -
> not a Mageia project, but rather one thing from an upstream project we
> use.
> It's the same thing with oxygen right now.
> Oliver
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@Oliver - I that wasn't what I said it was what I meant, although I am
not sure if it would be best to leave it out of the repo, as that
could lead to obsoletes being required later if we do adopt it.

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