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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  3287
Submitted:  Dec 5 2007
Updated:  Dec 6 2007

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It is only an idea, without any pretense! You like? What wrong have any advice and ideas?
We claim an encouragement! This is my first theme:)
Next, you show everything else: gdm, openoffice splash, gnome lock dialog , etc. etc.




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Adding a second option:
It was better before? The background style metal does not see in all applications!




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 Metacity??

 
 by MikeDK on: Dec 6 2007
 
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i think the metacity should be a little more filled out, maybe more rounded, to match the rest of the theme

Kind Regards MikeDK


microsoft gives u windows, Linux gives u da whole House :-P
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 metacity

 
 by ronin3 on: Dec 6 2007
 
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In a sense it is true what you say! But there is a risk of burdening all!


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 In my opinion...

 
 by zethriller on: Dec 7 2007
 
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Here's what I think.

First of all, I LOVE black and orange, it's my favourite color association.

- I read "Hardy Hedron" somewhere... it it a text generated by the system or one of yours you tweaked ? In the second case, think that many people can have older distros and may use this theme.

- Colors used: nothing to say, I like it!

- The gimp loading screen. Hey, nice! Except it looks like a little "empty" in the middle of it. And I don't really like the progressbar, it's too flat and too bright than the background. You could base your work on the SphereCrystal theme, for example.

- Menu highlighted items. WTF ? The item is blurred upper, and sharp downer ? Maybe a rounded border and a little touch of orange (opacity < 100%) would be enough.

- Buttons in Nautilus. I guess this is the main item you should focus on. Your efforts to make a clear brushed dark themes sounds great, but these buttons break everything. A little gradient above 'em ? ^^

Window borders, "taskbar" and others: great,don't touch them ;)


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