Thread: themes

  1. #1
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    hi all
    at present am working with theme engines..
    for sample i created an gtk based application..
    for this how to add themes..
    means i would like to change tittlebar color
    and widget background like that..
    and also planning to do some transpaerency.. is it possible?
    i seen this all in yahoo application..
    this theme have to applicable only to my widget.. not for entire machine..

    here am attaching the example window
    is there any way

    please help me

    thank you in advance

  2. #2
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    If you don't want to change the whole theme, then you'll probably have to do everything yourself. For example, you could probably use a specific image for buttons rather than the default. I'm not sure how. See if a search turns up anything.

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