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Metacity Theme

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  2379
Submitted:  Dec 3 2005
Updated:  Dec 3 2005


Minimalista is a metacity theme based in System G Classic by Andy Morum with the buttons taken from Incandescence by William Szilveszter. As System G Classic does, it follows the colors defined in your gtk theme.

Hope you like it


1.0 (December 3, 2005)
Initial release

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 Are buttons centered

 by malteo on: Dec 3 2005
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Nice theme, but buttons don't look centered vertically...
Is that only my impression?

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 Re: Are buttons cent

 by -BuRn- on: Dec 5 2005
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I think it's only your impression. I've verified it with the gimp and in my display they're centered.

I've only tested it in my 1280x800 display so if you're sure that the buttons are not centered in your resolution please tell me so I can fix it.

P.S.: Hope you understand me, my English is not the best.

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 by Ahab on: Dec 3 2005
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What GTK is that? Looks nice.

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 by Sonik on: Dec 3 2005
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nice! A link for download wallpaper? I also like it!

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 by -BuRn- on: Dec 5 2005
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The theme is clearlooks-graphite. (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=26757)

The icons are OSX. (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=31618)

The wallpaper is '86, aka Feed Me Seymour. (http://www.deviantart.com/view/20804021/)

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 Love it!

 by bg1256 on: Oct 12 2007
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I love it!

For some reason, though, it looks different on my laptop than on my desktop, even when using the same gtk them and icon theme.

I'm not sure why... One looks shiny like the murrine them, and the other looks more flat, like a clearlooks theme or something.

I have no idea why this is the case, but I like it either way.

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 One more thing...

 by bg1256 on: Oct 12 2007
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One other thing I didn't mention in my first post:

It might be nice to have a version in which the title text is in the middle of the window rather than on the left side.

Also, I installed the latest version, and now both computers look the same.

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