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GreenTea Theme for GNOME 2.x & Metacity


GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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UberStudent - Linux for Learners
GreenTea Theme for GNOME 2.x & Metacity

GreenTea Theme for GNOME 2.x & Metacity

Homepage:  http://uberstudent.org
Downloads:  3559
Submitted:  Feb 6 2010
Updated:  Jul 6 2010


GreenTea Theme for GNOME 2.x

This is a very pretty theme that, despite its bright elements, is a dark theme - one that lacks the bugs so many dark themes have. It is based upon the Dust theme and is loosely inspired by the Linux Mint theme, who has seemed to mainstream a green theme in the Linux world.

This theme is an extra theme that is part of UberStudent Linux, see http://uberstudent.org for more info.

The download includes both the GTK and Metacity GreenTea themes. The theme depends on gnome-wise-icon-theme which is available in most package managers. Ubuntu users can search in Synaptic with that term and install.

It has only been tested in GNOME. To install the theme, read the READ ME file in the tar file..

Also available is A+SkyAndSea.

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 Green Tea

 by aguilarojo on: Jul 19 2010
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I like the idea of the theme; however although the gtk files appear to be available within xfce for some reason the menu background nor the highlight bar appear as they do in the sample file. What does appear normally is the scroll bar and that is about it.

I think the students involved made a good effort; however there is work yet to be done.

Good luck though. Perhaps in the next release there will be improvements.

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 Re: Green Tea

 by uberstudent on: Jul 19 2010
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UberStudent - Linux for Learners

It has only been tested in GNOME, and is unlikely to be made to work with XFCE,

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 Re: Green Tea

 by fredbird67 on: Jul 25 2010
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It looks like you could use the Xfwm themes for Shiki-Colors for a titlebar. Mind you, it won't be the same as what's in the screenshot, but it'll look nice. (I too am an Xfce user, BTW)

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