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Aero Space


GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Aero Space

Aero Space

Aero Space

Homepage:  http://mavera.co.cc
Downloads:  14029
Submitted:  Oct 10 2009
Updated:  Feb 14 2010


[1.6.6 released. One step closer to 1.7! (big release)]

Aero space is a theme for gnome. It is very complete and has a very good look to it. It takes the concept of the windows vista skin. The difference is that this theme is like an outer space version of vista. If you are into space, this is the theme for you.

Includes the following:
-modified nuovext icon set
-gtk skin
-2 emerald themes
-2 awn themes
-3 wallpapers
-gdm login
-gnomenu button theme
-installation guide


New in 1.6.6:
-Emerald Theme Updates
-Gtk theme modified [improved]

New in 1.6.5:
-Emerald Themes Updates
-Package Size Reduced

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 package size?

 by philosophy on: Oct 11 2009
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Hi, This looks neat and I want to try it, but I wonder why the package size is 14 MB?? If you included the icon set in the package, then please upload another package with *just* your GTK. Instead you could just link us to where we can find NuoveXT. thank you!

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 Re: package size?

 by isgie on: Oct 12 2009
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Thank toy for the feedback. It is highly appreciated. It it now half the size now that I took them out.

Now in the read me file, there will be a link to the download of nuovext.

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 by Cygoku on: Dec 3 2009
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I leads me to a page saying "Let's get you downloading...", but then nothing happens.


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 by isgie on: Dec 3 2009
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I changed the link. Try it now.

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 by sekter7 on: Dec 3 2009
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It looks nice and I would like to try it but the download doesn't work. Please fix.

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 by isgie on: Dec 3 2009
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I changed the mirror. Try again and tell me if it works out or not.

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 by sigahotcore on: Dec 4 2009
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There is something funky with rhytmbox . I have attached screnshot :

Nice work BTW !

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 Looks beautiful on gnome-look

 by sekter7 on: Feb 15 2010
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This theme looks beautiful on gnome-look.org but I can't replicate the look on my computer (ubuntu 9.04). I've installed it twice with the same results. The panels are not the gradient black shown but are a flat light silver. Also, the "Windows Border" does not show under "Appearance Preferences-Customize Theme" so I can't select it. The GDM theme appears to install but does not show up on the Login Window Preferences GDM theme list so I can't select this one either. I would love to use the "aero space" if only I could get it completely installed!

I have a lot of experience installing themes but this one is not easy...

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 Re: Looks beautiful on gnome-look

 by isgie on: Feb 15 2010
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To get the panel background right, follow the install text file that comes with the pack you just downloaded.

For the window borders, you need the emerald theme engine.
To install it, type this into the terminal:
sudo apt-get install emerald

When it is finished installing, open up emerald theme manager and import the two emerald themes.

The hold alt and f2 and type 'emerald --replace'. This will activate the emerald theme engine.

Make sure you are using compiz or else emerald will not work. Emerald requires compositing.

I started developing this theme on the version of ubuntu you have and I did not have any extra sources so this should work for you. I am hoping in the future that I will be able to add an install script that will do all of this for you but I tried to make the install file as straight forward as I could.

If you tried this and you are still having trouble, I will try to see what I can do.

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 I really like this theme....

 by monkeybritt on: Mar 3 2011
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I really like this theme but there are some missing images in the rc files.

run firefox from a terminal to get a list of the missing images.

check me out at http://mb-monkeypoo.blogspot.com/ suggestions welcome!
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