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Sorrow

  

GNOME Colour Scheme

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Submitted:  Apr 27 2010
Updated:  Apr 28 2010

Description:

I used first the theme \"ambiance\" of lucid, and then I changed some colors with gnome-color-chooser.
So first install gnome color chooser, then download sorrow.gnomecc.tar and extract it on your desktop for example. Open gnome color chooser, file -> open -> sorrow.gnomecc. You should now have my configuration.
I use emerald with my personalized theme sorrow : http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=123884
Concerning my wallpaper : http://odwetpozorow.files.wordpress.com/2008/10/night_by_deluze.jpg
For the menu transparency you need to install compiz settings manager, go to accessibility -> opacity, and add this line :
type = dock | dropdownmenu | popupmenu | tooltip
My value is 75.

Enjoy :-)




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 TELL us how !!

 
 by johnnyg on: Apr 28 2010
 
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You come up with this very good stuff , but to a noobie , doesn't have a clue !! so please tell everyone how to use this ! THANKS !


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 Very Beautiful, but how???

 
 by MarcoCadima on: Apr 28 2010
 
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Very nice work, man!
But, I don't know how to use either!
Can you help us?
Thanks in advanced.


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 Re: Very Beautiful, but how???

 
 by MarcoCadima on: Apr 28 2010
 
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Hey Man. Forget.
I found way. Installed gnome-color-chooser and load your text file.
I learn something new.
Thanks.
Marco from Brasil.


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  Re: Very Beautiful, but how??

 
 by MezzoForte on: Apr 28 2010
 
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Yes that's it, I didn't know how to share all this configuration and it's the best way I found. Copy the text you get with "sorrow.gnomecc".
Install gnome-color-chooser, then
system -> preference -> gnome color chooser
file -> open -> sorrow.gnomecc
For the menu transparency, you will need compiz. In the category "accessibility" of compizconfig manager, go to opacity, "window specific settings" (or something like that, I don't have an english version) and add this :
type = dock | dropdownmenu | popupmenu | tooltip
I chose the value 75.


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 Colours ?!

 
 by vactoe on: May 16 2010
 
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Hey ! Very beautiful look, I would like to use it, but I can't get the colors right. I've got your gnomecc file, but I can't find the original theme of which you changed the colors !

Thanks !


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 Re: Colours ?!

 
 by MezzoForte on: May 17 2010
 
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The first theme was "ambiance", on lucid (10.04). I am gonna try to find something simpler to get these colors.


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 Re: Re: Colours ?!

 
 by MezzoForte on: May 17 2010
 
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You can try with "dust"


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 Font

 
 by BellaSwan on: Aug 2 2010
 
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Can anyone identify the font that he is using?


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 Re: Font

 
 by blacksmith on: Aug 25 2010
 
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It look like "AvQest".


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