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Rocken for Openbox by kexolino Rocken for Openbox by kexolino
Openbox port of Rocken by ~thibaut28. Great theme, couldn't resist ;)

To install, unzip the Rocken folder to ~/.themes or /usr/share/themes.

If I made any mistakes, tell me, I never actually used the FVWM theme.
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dewmsolo Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
I really like your theme. Very nice work! So is the bash theme. Using it now.

I prefer my themes to have a different image for the maximize button for when the window is maximized.  So I added a max_toggled.xbm that I thought was fitting with the rest of the theme and now it's totally awesome.

kexolino Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013
Great :) Why don't you put up a screenshot?
dewmsolo Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014
Sorry for the long time in answering.

Nothing fancy really...doesn't even fit in your design all that good....Like I said I just wanted something different so I took the maximized image from Adwaita or something like that. It gives this:…
darinel8 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2013
simplemente elegante :D, buen trabajo
doth-e-pin Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013
very nice!
facu04 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013
great :D
whyzee7 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013
wow man! wish I was using OB!
Paz-1 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013
That's already in my favs :D I would like to ask a noob question if I may. how the bashrc line should be to have the command prompt look like that? thanks!
kexolino Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2013

In your bashrc, search for the line "PS1", that is where you change the prompt. To change the second line, you change PS2.

Before those lines somewhere, paste this in:

# ANSI color codes
RS="\[\033[0m\]" # reset
HC="\[\033[1m\]" # hicolor
UL="\[\033[4m\]" # underline
INV="\[\033[7m\]" # inverse background and foreground
FBLK="\[\033[30m\]" # foreground black
FRED="\[\033[31m\]" # foreground red
FGRN="\[\033[32m\]" # foreground green
FYEL="\[\033[33m\]" # foreground yellow
FBLE="\[\033[34m\]" # foreground blue
FMAG="\[\033[35m\]" # foreground magenta
FCYN="\[\033[36m\]" # foreground cyan
FWHT="\[\033[37m\]" # foreground white
BBLK="\[\033[40m\]" # background black
BRED="\[\033[41m\]" # background red
BGRN="\[\033[42m\]" # background green
BYEL="\[\033[43m\]" # background yellow
BBLE="\[\033[44m\]" # background blue
BMAG="\[\033[45m\]" # background magenta
BCYN="\[\033[46m\]" # background cyan
BWHT="\[\033[47m\]" # background white

This way, if you want to change something's background to white, you don't need to type in \[\033[47m\], just BWHT

Check out this link to see what the prompt escapes are (and for much more detailed info of bash prompts), and lastly here's mine:

PS1="$HC$FBLE┌─ $HC$FYEL\u: $RS\w\n$HC$FBLE└─ $RS"

If you have more questions, just ask, and I'll answer if I can :P
mbennehar Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013
Thank you so much, you're awesome, I was looking for this trick like forever, great theme btw.
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