jhbuild gtk3 with no theme

Dear lazyweb,

I swear I tried asking on IRC, but it seems everyone was away. That’s my question. I’m using gtk+3 and pygobject built using jhbuild. How to get the gtk3 theme working properly? It looks like this:

gtk3 theme ugly

Any tips?

Update: To explain it correctly: I’m running Debian testing and I have gtk+ an pygobject built from sources with jhbuild (just to learn pygtk/pygobject differences). I’ve already built gnome-themes-standard too, but it doesn’t work. The only progress I have was to get Cantarell fonts with the same “no-theme” gtk+.


Update 2 (solved): Many thanks to Benjamin Otte.

Garfunkel in need of sounds.

Hello you all! Maybe you heard about Garfunkel. It’s a Simon clone that I’m writing (so slowly…). Now, I need a help with sounds. Do someone help?

I need these sounds:

  • A (red, upper right, frequency=110Hz);
  • A (green, upper left, an octave higher than the upper right);
  • D (blue, lower right, a perfect fourth higher than the upper right);
  • G (yellow, lower left, a perfect fourth higher than the lower right).

All the sounds must have 2 versions: a duration of 300 miliseconds and another with 400 miliseconds.

Making a black GNOME

As I have many comments on my previous post, I’ll try to explain how to make a good black theme:

1. Choose a beautiful and simple wallpaper:

My wallpaper

2. Choose a beautiful theme, and change its colors:

bruno@reginaldo:~$ cat .themes/GNOME\ Black/index.theme
[Desktop Entry]
Name=GNOME Black

3. Finally, pick up a complete and simple icon theme. I suggest GNOME default or Tango icon theme.

Obligatory screenshot:

Dear lazyweb,

How can I post pure HTML on WordPress? I’ve been tried many ways, but WP always fill my post with <br> , &lt and &gt. Drivel give me an error message when I have links into the post.