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Human for Compiz

  

Metacity Theme

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Human for Compiz
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Human for Compiz
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  7003
Submitted:  Jul 25 2006
Updated:  Jul 29 2006

Description:

Human - like theme for compiz.

Based on original Dapper Human theme. For all who like original theme and love Compiz :)

To install untar file, select version (screen 1: Human, screen 2: Human-sharp) and use "Import" in compiz themer.
(remember to have cgwd loaded)




Changelog:

Updated for cgwd 0.22:
-better decoration placement
-frame settings added
-added sharpen version (thiner frame, only little rounded)




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 Human for Compiz

 
 by R0GUE on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Thanks for this, its nice to have the the default look back whilst running compiz. With regards to the buttons, have you sought advice over on the compiz forums?

http://www.compiz.net/index.php

Thanks again, good work


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 Human for Compiz

 
 by R0GUE on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Thanks for this, its nice to have the the default look back whilst running compiz. With regards to the buttons, have you sought advice over on the compiz forums?

http://www.compiz.net/index.php

Thanks again, good work


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 Re: Human for Compiz

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Jul 30 2007
 
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Is there an echo in here?


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© 2007 angrykeyboarder™ & Elmer Fudd. All Wights Wesewved

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 Compiz border width

 
 by jluquette on: Jul 26 2006
 
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I've held off on asking this for as long as compiz themes have been showing up, hoping that I'd mess around with the thing myself and answer my own question. However . .

Side notes:
With compiz, we've got a window decorator that provides absolutely rock-solid performance with drop shadows enabled; and we've also got some new keyboard shortcuts that allow us to modify the window size without having to drag a window border. So, I absolutely cannot get over the fact that every compiz theme has a window border that's 5px+ thick.

So, my question is: are these borders all 5px thick because of a limitation of the current compiz modification methods, or am I just one of an extremely small minority of people who think thick window borders are absolutely unflattering?


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 Re: Compiz border wi

 
 by jluquette on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Just as a side comment--I didn't mean to bash your theme directly: I think it's a great replacement for the Ubuntu window border. In fact, I just voted it up.


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 Re: Compiz border wi

 
 by duger on: Jul 26 2006
 
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This is Compiz limitation.
However this theme is designed to imitate original Dapper theme so boarder is needed (but should be 2px thiner).

And thx for Vote ;)


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 Re: Re: Compiz borde

 
 by jluquette on: Jul 28 2006
 
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Thanks for letting me know--I'm much happier knowing it's a compiz limitation and not all of our designers' tastes.


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 Re: Compiz border wi

 
 by duger on: Jul 29 2006
 
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and from now on borders are customizable. Use sharp version (2px).


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 Use in Beryl?

 
 by Samm on: Oct 18 2006
 
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Is there a way to use this in Beryl, most themes you can just change .cgwdtheme to .emerald, but it doesn't work for this one.


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