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Human 2.0


Metacity Theme

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Human 2.0

Link:  http://
Downloads:  4354
Submitted:  Jan 4 2007
Updated:  Jan 5 2007


My concept of a new human theme. I'm not very experienced in Metacity themes, so everything is done in png's. Still trying to figure out how to make inactive windows take a different color than active ones, will update when I do.

Anyways, enjoy! Any feedback is appreciated


Change 1: Reduced Brightness
Change 2: Added a proper border

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 by tasqueta on: Jan 23 2007
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Can you tell me what theme are you using, please?

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 by dlhlew on: Feb 12 2007
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what icons are you using? that swiftfox icon is cool

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 by Albi on: Mar 17 2007
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Icons are listed on p1, but I'll paste here anyways

They're all from various sources, I might submit them later since people are asking for them (although I'm not going to take any credit since I didn't make any of them, only gimped existing ones) In the meantime, here are the imageshack links foe all to enjoy.

Firefox:http://img377.imageshack.us/img377/4228/firefox0107zk5.png (From this site)
Gaim:http://img470.imageshack.us/img470/9281/2qh6.png (From this site)
Computer/Home: http://img171.imageshack.us/img171/6790/com3puter413x310co0.png (From this site)

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 by thevoiceless on: Mar 28 2007
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What did you do to make the GNOME panels look like that (the glassy effect)?

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 by Albi on: Apr 3 2007
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You right click, properties, then change background.

The one I used was this:

However, this is if the width is 25 pixels, you can resize the image in gimp to whatever size you want.

Maybe I should release some of these things :)

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 by thevoiceless on: Apr 4 2007
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That'd be awesome! I always see people with nice panels like that, but I can never find any of the picture things they use.

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