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Orange Theme

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Orange Theme
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Orange Theme
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Orange Theme
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  6568
Submitted:  Apr 4 2005
Updated:  Apr 7 2005

Description:

* This theme was inspired by the Halo theme in Macos X. Some images of the buttons were adopted from screenshots of Halo by cutting & cropping in the most suitable way. In order to maintain mentioned modifications, "TISkin" application was used. Window decoration's code was compiled in 'Rmilk Black'. The icons seen on the screetshot are from 'High Contrast Inverse ve Edge' icon set.

As I am not much into coding, I do confront difficulties. Therefore, anykind of help would be appreciated. Meanwhile, if you have any other favorite theme or window decoration in any OS, provided that I am given the url's, I will try keep those on mind on further developments.




Changelog:

V1.9
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ORANGE-METAL PACKAGE PROBLEM HAS RESOLVED (I THINK... IF ORANGE-METAL THEME STILL DOESN'T APPEAR IN PACKAGE, PLEASE REPORT!)

-- Orange-Rounded metacity added (rounded buttons of classic orange theme).
-- Orange-Rounded2 metacity added (wounded buttons and rounded corners of classic orange gtk styles).

V1.8
-- Orange Metal Gtk Style and Win Decoration included to archive. You can see it on Screenshot 2.

-- Notebook border graphics fixed.
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V1.5:
-- Rhytmbox icons added. You can see it on screenshot 3.
-- Alternative window decoration 'Orange-Alt'''s graphics fixed (Screenshot 3).
While the alternative decoration had round corners, classic Orange made in boxed corners.
Neon style which can be noticed in V2.0, was left apart to be used later and uploaded in another theme.
The only difference between classic Orange theme and GTK style is the background of panel. The main difference is, as mentioned above, in the decoration of windows.
A new gui planned for Orange theme after I decided to release Neon as a complete new set. This set will be included in V2.0.The final release will not include any other alterations to the window decorations but the completing of gtk icons.




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 yeah!

 
 by gatiba on: Apr 7 2005
 
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Now it's working fine :D
Great work!


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 great but

 
 by szarak on: Apr 8 2005
 
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index.theme would be nice. keep on doing a great job man!!!


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 Nice

 
 by MetalMusicAddict on: Apr 24 2005
 
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Great theme. A blue version would be awesome.


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 Very Nice Theme!

 
 by cholongo on: Apr 26 2005
 
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Very nice theme, although the white inside some windows makes too much of a contrast sometimes.

I am interested in the fonts you are using, can you give me the name or the link where can I get them? Thanks


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 Re: Very Nice Theme!

 
 by FireClown on: May 12 2005
 
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Thanks. Fonts are on http://ceviz.net


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 fantastic but...

 
 by Chriz on: Jul 16 2005
 
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Congratulations, the best gtk theme i've ever seen.
But why orange?
Couldn't you make this variable?
I'd like to have this in deep blue cause all of my other themes like xmms theme or for gkrellm are blue.


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 Re: fantastic but...

 
 by FireClown on: Jul 16 2005
 
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Thanx. Orange, because this theme inspiration of MacOS X Halo theme. Maybe you can use Cyber Tribe or Orange Velvet ?
Orange Velvet improved style of Orange. I guess Orange theme will not develop from now. I will update to Orange Velvet and Cyber Tribe. I know very bad looking Cyber Tribe theme but this week i will update to very bad looking. And it will be two color style: Red and Blue.


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 Hi

 
 by IsKAll on: Jan 13 2006
 
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How do I change the skin for the menu? the Application menu and so on? I am using Ubuntu.


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