9 years ago
First of all this may be too deep into the system for the Linux Mint Developers and, as we are into Gnome 3, is it relevant?
New > Rejected
lots of options
I'm with you. Having a nice default GUI instead of searching for apps or doing some workarounds is a good idea.
I've checked out the "Widget Laboratory", but it's still only a viewer and you have to hard-code (if that's the phrase) the metacity .xml scripts and layout the gtk windows gfx to produce the design.
What I'm talking about is a viewer, that also allows you to "layout" you theme, either with a wizard, or better still a devided window with tabs where you can drop n drop (or load) your graphics and place them in the relivent areas, such as title bar, scrollbar and additionally test out buttons etc.
I use "Gnome Color Chooser" myself, but it only changes some colours of a theme (if the theme lets it) and isn't for changing graphics sadly.
The GNOME Color Chooser seems to do almost everything you want: http://gnomecc.sourceforge.net/features.html
¨The Widget Laboratory is a desktop application for previewing gtk and metacity themes. It updates the preview whenever the theme files change, so it can be used to make editing gtk themes faster and easier.¨ - https://launchpad.net/twl