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Re: Custom GTK+ scrollbars
It's easy to do it on GTK3:
- Uninstall /liboverlay-scrollbar3-0.2-0/
- Edit //usr/share/themes/elementary/gtk-3.0///scrollbars.css/
- Replace /-GtkRange-slider-width: 4;/ with /-GtkRange-slider-width: 6;/
- Replace /background-color: @base_color;/ with /background-color:
alpha (#DEDDDF, 1.0);/
What I don't know is how to do the same for GTK2 :(
El 28/10/12 18:07, Paul Aspradakis escribió:
> Hey everyone, I am new here and I would like to bring this to everyones
> attention. Being a minimalist and a perfectionist on top I can't help but
> notice how ugly the scrollbars look as opposed to the rest of the elements
> of the window.
> Setting the width of the scrollbar aside the main culprit is in my opinion
> the fixed white background, here <http://i.imgur.com/X7qmA.png> is a mockup
> of what an ideal scrollbar could look like.
> Now someone on #elementary mentioned that if possible at all this would
> require GTK+ itself to be patched so I thought I'd put this here to get
> some feedback by developers. If this can be done and everyone agrees I'd be
> more than happy to work on it myself.
> P.S: I am a windows developer and have never worked in an open source
> project like this so forgive me if this is in the wrong place.
RASTER (Linux user #228804)