chrome and egtk

Bug #691344 reported by zpletan on 2010-12-16
This bug affects 2 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
elementary Stylesheet
Fix Released

Bug Description

I am using Google Chrome (currently using 9.0.597.19 dev) and the latest egtk from bzr. Chrome, when using the GTK theme option from the settings dialogue, does not have a gray tab background, but a blue one. See the attached screenshot.

It used to be the right color; I don't remember exactly when this started.

zpletan (zpletan) wrote :
Daniel Fore (danrabbit) wrote :

This is unfortunately a problem with Chrome, not eGTK. I recommending using a real GTK app instead ;)

Changed in egtk:
status: New → Invalid

I know this is mark as Invalid but I fixed this.

I change the "chrome-gtk-frame" style to this:

style "chrome-gtk-frame"
    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-color = "#D6D6D6"
    ChromeGtkFrame::inactive-frame-color = "#D6D6D6"

    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-gradient-size = 100
    ChromeGtkFrame::frame-gradient-color = shade (1.07,@bg_color)
    ChromeGtkFrame::inactive-frame-gradient-color = shade (1.07,@bg_color)

    ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-trough-color = @base_color
   # ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-slider-prelight-color = @panel_bg
   # ChromeGtkFrame::scrollbar-slider-normal-color = shade (1.4, @panel_bg)

class "ChromeGtkFrame" style "chrome-gtk-frame"

Changed in egtk:
status: Invalid → Fix Committed
status: Fix Committed → New
Fredrik Ekelund (leopld) wrote :

This bug should be marked as solved, no? The fix is present in 2.1.

Daniel Fore (danrabbit) on 2011-04-04
Changed in egtk:
status: New → Fix Released

This issue it's still present in the latest revision.
I'm using Natty with the lastest version of Chrome.
The fix proposed in comment #3 works with latest revision.

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