Re: GTKDFB 2.8.3 status and g-i theming
Christian Perrier wrote:
i suppose it isn't: Debian Red is fonts/colours theme, while debian ayo
is only a gdm theme (i'm wondering if a GTK theme of ayo, including
graphics for buttons and other widgets do exist.. )
Ah, OK. As being on the KDE side of flavour, I don't have a very good
knowledge of all this..:-)
It would be nice if the g-i has the same look and feel than the
default desktop installed by Debian.
What's the default gtk debian theme?
For the above reason, I don't really know..:-)
I've been googling all the morning to see if a standard debian GTK theme
exists, but i couldn't find it.
GTK apps can be themed in 3 different aspects: window borders, widgets ,
default fonts and colours; since we don't need a WM then theming widgets
, default colours and fonts should be enough for the g-i.
There is huge amount of already existing themes for GTK2  and it
seems to me that the one actually most suitable for the g-i is
H20-gtk2-Ruby (see attached PNG).
For sure the theme that will be eventually choosed for the g-i will have
to match the Debian "red" colour and it seems to me that actually
H20-gtk2-Ruby gets closest.
There are a lot of other nice GTK themes around, but i think they need
to be reworked a little to match Debian's colours.
I suppose the g-i default theme will need to be packaged as an udeb, right?