GTK 3.6?

This CSS:
@import url("/usr/share/themes/Adwaita/gtk-3.0/gtk-main.css")
* {
  transition-property: color, background-color, background-image;
  transition-duration: 0.5s;

gives me this:

Now I just need to merge the code and Lapo will be busy for the next cycle.


#1 Jack on 04.02.12 at 03:57

I didn’t know these kinds of animations were planned, but some would certainly be welcome. I’m mostly wary of the lack of contrast midway through some transitions.

This would certainly benefit from some design team involvement. I can’t wait to see what classy effects we could come up with.

#2 Tobias on 04.02.12 at 11:41

And I want Z-Snake menus like in BeOS:

#3 Rowan Lewis on 04.02.12 at 12:07

Haha, fantastic. Now we just need keyframe animations, and we’re all set.

Random internet guy loves your work!

#4 Troll on 04.02.12 at 14:03

You’re 1 day too late!

#5 Andrea Cimitan on 04.02.12 at 15:19

I see the potential, especially when changing between focused and backdrop!

I’d now find a way to synchronise gtk rendering with the wm rendering, as you see a delay between focused and unfocused state

#6 Fitoschido on 04.03.12 at 03:19

Maybe you want to finesse the animations’ timing, some of them are too slow and thet can turn out to be annoying while using your computer for a while.

#7 cgb on 04.03.12 at 06:22

Where can I find this version of The Widget Factory for GTK+ 3?

#8 Benjamin Otte on 04.03.12 at 06:32

@cgb: It’s part of GTK from version 3.4 onwards. Just running gtk3-widget-factory should work.

#9 Lapo on 04.03.12 at 17:49


#10 Lapo on 04.03.12 at 17:49

Ok, now you can go on and implement adiacent siblings! :-)

#11 Benjamin Otte on 04.03.12 at 18:51

@Lapo: kinda like ?

#12 Lapo on 04.09.12 at 18:43

@Benjamin: WOOT, lovelly, want, want, want