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After Hours

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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After Hours
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Downloads:  1307
Submitted:  May 15 2009

Description:

The Metacity is an edit of Dust, and the GTK and edit of Wasp 0.3 (both very nice). I think that with my modifications they go together very nicely!

What do you think? Tell me! Keep in mind though that I do not consider this to be "done" just yet.

EDIT: Sorry, one thing I forgot to mention - I am using the "Onyx" background for Nautilus, and I have the location bar and buttons tool-bar both turned on. It looks find with either combination of the 2, or none, or both, but just thought you should know.

EDIT: One more thing :p Of course you can arrange the panels any way you want, but I only tested them like they are shown in the picture, so some odd arrangements might have problems - don't know. P.S., it's 26 px high (weird, I know, but it looked better I thought (a little more space between the edge and the stuff))




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 themer

 
 by whipo on: May 15 2009
 
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hahahaha...where is your work


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 Re: themer

 
 by themer on: May 15 2009
 
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I made some significant changes to the Wasp GTK theme, particularly in unifying everything under one dark shade rather than some being light and some dark, as well as changing many of the color settings and menubar/toolbar gradients in an attempt to get the best/smoothest integration between the different parts of any kind of window (whether it has certain parts or not). As for the metacity, just compare the original Dust to this! I made some (I think) major fixes to the highlighting/edge that were driving me crazy with the original. The border is all now one colour, the bottom edge fades out from the bottom of most windows, it will adapt to match mine or nearly any dark theme, where as the original had it's colours "set in stone", as it were, and I also drastically changed the text; it now has something of a real shadow, and not just a flat partial outline on one side.


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 Good

 
 by cb2k on: May 15 2009
 
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Voted Good nice combination.


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 Very nice

 
 by jameshardy88 on: May 15 2009
 
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A very nice theme. I like dark and orange combinations, they always feel like the dark ubuntu theme that was never made. Keep up the good work =)


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 Great theme :)

 
 by johonunu on: May 15 2009
 
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Great theme :) I have a question ... how did you make size of files and number of files on folders on your desktop icons ?

Voted good ;)


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 Re: Great theme :)

 
 by themer on: May 15 2009
 
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Oh, that never even crossed my mind as something special, but I guess a lot of people might not know about it. Open nautilus (your home folder or where ever), and go "Edit > Preferences". Then go to the "Display" tab and you will see 3 combo boxes (drop down menus). Make the one on top set to "size", and it should work. If it doesn't, go to the "Preview" tab and set the bottom thing ("Count number of items") to "always".


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 Re: Re: Great theme :)

 
 by johonunu on: May 16 2009
 
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Thank you very much ;)


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