Re: Illume Theme and E native gold theme

2008-09-13 Thread Hendrik Siedelmann
Neil Caldwell wrote:
as far as i know (new to e17) every program can have its own .edj
(theme) file and OMView is one that does.

It's correct every application can have its own theme, but omview does
(or did) not. It would use the default ewl theme in
/usr/share/ewl/themes/e17.edj (ewl and etk are both toolkits using
the efl). As that was the native gold theme it would look bad. So I
created a simple incomplete theme to mimic illume, which was to be
placed instead of the default theme.

But looking at the downloads most people missed the theme. So in new
releases (r27) I included a stripped down ewl theme file which is
installed in /usr/share/ewl/themes/ewl_om.edj.
When the program gets started with --ewl-theme ewl_om like in the
desktop file it will use that theme.

So for omview simply download the newest version (see wiki). For other
applications check where they get their themes from (search for *.edj)
and then edit those themes, upload them to the wiki or get them
included in the default packages.

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Illume Theme and E native gold theme

2008-09-12 Thread Jean-Eric Cuendet
Hi,
Some ETK apps have the Illume theme (the black one, like Locations os
Settings) and some others have the native E theme, with small gold buttons
(like omview)
Do you know why we have different themes here?
How to change it in omview?

Thanks
-jec
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Re: Illume Theme and E native gold theme

2008-09-12 Thread Neil Caldwell
as far as i know (new to e17) every program can have its own .edj
(theme) file and OMView is one that does.

there are a couple of other places you will see the e17 theme (some of
the crash notices, for instance). i think i even a png or two with
stuff for the winter theme (the default e16 theme) somewhere.

the OMView wiki page has instructions to install the illume theme.

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