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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #50 on: January 07, 2019, 04:01:28 pm »

I just tried these, pretty cool! I like the raspbian PIXEL one...
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #51 on: January 07, 2019, 04:06:28 pm »

If you want to use/add it to MC for Linux, go right ahead. :D
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #52 on: January 08, 2019, 01:06:59 am »

If you want to use/add it to MC for Linux, go right ahead. :D
Thanks!
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #53 on: January 08, 2019, 05:00:02 am »

I like how well the PIXEL skin turned out, and it looks rather nice on a Raspberry Pi - at the very least the ARM build of MC could benefit from it, since that's mostly ran on Raspberry Pis. Does the Id have its own theme or does it use another system theme? Hmm, if it's a different theme I wonder how hard it'd be to create a theme for it?

And it's funny, I was going to create a theme for macOS' dark mode, only to find the Modern Cards: Dark Edition already works perfectly for that. In addition, it looks like macOS Mojave uses the 'stock' spotlight red/yellow/green buttons in dark mode too. I thought it might use the older, darker spotlight buttons, but it looks like it uses the stock ones. I haven't found any setting in macOS to change that but that's a good thing, no need to make another skin.
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #54 on: January 08, 2019, 12:27:17 pm »

I like how well the PIXEL skin turned out, and it looks rather nice on a Raspberry Pi - at the very least the ARM build of MC could benefit from it, since that's mostly ran on Raspberry Pis. Does the Id have its own theme or does it use another system theme? Hmm, if it's a different theme I wonder how hard it'd be to create a theme for it?

And it's funny, I was going to create a theme for macOS' dark mode, only to find the Modern Cards: Dark Edition already works perfectly for that. In addition, it looks like macOS Mojave uses the 'stock' spotlight red/yellow/green buttons in dark mode too. I thought it might use the older, darker spotlight buttons, but it looks like it uses the stock ones. I haven't found any setting in macOS to change that but that's a good thing, no need to make another skin.

The Id uses fluxbox which is about as simple as it gets. The Modern Cards Grey looks good on it to me.
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #55 on: January 08, 2019, 12:51:09 pm »

Ah, I assume Fluxbox has a default theme? I see Fluxbox is available in the Arch Linux repos, so I might make a clone of my Arch VM to a test Arch VM and install Fluxbox to see what it's using. Probably wouldn't take much to make a modified skin based on Grey Edition. :)
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #56 on: February 27, 2019, 06:17:55 pm »

Hey, do these work with older versions of JRiver?

I don't see any of the icons.
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #57 on: February 27, 2019, 10:28:17 pm »

To see the icons, you need to be using MC 22.0.20 or higher.

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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #58 on: August 06, 2019, 06:11:36 am »

New skin updates time, with two new skins!

Modern Cards: Acrylic Dark Edition



I don't know why I didn't make an Acrylic version of the Dark Edition skin - it only took 5 minutes to do, but I rather like the result. Nonetheless, there's one now! This skin is for those Windows 10 users who want a "Fluent Design"-esk dark mode skin.


Modern Cards: Raspbian PIXEL Grey



Raspbian 10 Buster has a new grey theme for the PIXEL desktop environment. So, new skin to fit that aesthetic. :) Also, the old blue version was renamed to Modern Cards: Raspbian PIXEL Blue.

New skins in the latest version link in the first post. I also decided to include the Acrylic series of skins in the pack as well. :)

Enjoy!

P.S. I want to do Adwaita light and dark updates at some point soon, because of the Adwaita skin changes in GNOME 3.32.
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #59 on: August 06, 2019, 08:57:06 am »

Thanks for those!!

Acrylic Dark looks great on my system.

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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #60 on: August 06, 2019, 09:29:25 am »

Thanks, I like the Acrylic Grey :)
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #61 on: November 24, 2019, 09:07:47 am »

An update has been pushed for the Acrylic and Light Edition skins, adding support for the new waveform seekbar in MC26. Remember, the Light Edition skin offered here is a modified/updated version of Dihrael's original Modern Cards: Light Edition skin which has been updated for things like the new tag window and now the new waveform seekbar.

I'll also be updating the Modern Cards Linux skins shortly as well (and separate the Linux skins from the Acrylic and Light Edition skins in the download links).

EDIT: Linux skins updated too!

Enjoy!
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #62 on: December 28, 2019, 09:34:56 am »

Awesome job so far, Donkey!

I was wondering if there could be a skin between Modern Cards: Grey and Modern Cards: Dark. So, somewhat darker than Grey, but not full dark.
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Re: My Modern Cards skin forks
« Reply #63 on: July 23, 2020, 05:53:26 am »

It's been awhile, but a small update. Recently a new version of the Modern Cards: Dark Edition skin was added to recent MC26 builds, the aim of this improvement was to fix an issue caused by the List_Selection and Tree_Selection files leaving light colored lines when moving the mouse over list and tree items and improve the overall look of the skin.

However, the new version of the Modern Cards: Dark Edition skin may not be to everyone's liking, so I forked off the old version of the skin and named it Modern Cards: Dark Legacy Edition. This new version of the skin has fixed List_Selection and Tree_Selection files, so the colored lines *shouldn't* be an issue in this version.

You can use this new version of the skin alongside the new, updated version of Modern Cards: Dark Edition without fear of updates overriding files.

You can find the link in the first post, just follow the instructions to install it.

P.S. I've also been working on a Modern Cards: Acrylic Dark Legacy Edition skin, which is nearly done along with a new Modern Cards: Acrylic Dark Edition skin based on the new Dark Edition skin, which is also nearly ready. Will be posting those updates pretty soon. :)
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