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Thinner

  

Metacity Theme

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Thinner
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  2147
Submitted:  Apr 27 2008
Updated:  Oct 6 2008

Description:

This is a new cleaner, better rounded version of Titleless (with a new name because the old one was a bit of a mouthful)

I find titlebars to be a bit of a waste of space, all the info that I need is in the window list and I use Alt+drag to move windows and then Alt+1,2,3 as minimise, toggle maximise and close respectively (I set these in gnome shortcuts).

This gives me a chunk more screen real estate and a much cleaner overall look IMHO.

Resizing behaves a bit weirdly thanks to a bug in metacity (note it's fine in compiz). Alt + Middle mouse works perfectly for resizing.

Also please justify any votes, it's really annoying when people vote things down without saying why.




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 Great theme!

 
 by ladr0n on: Jun 11 2008
 
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This theme is excellent. I've been trying to do something like this for a while using emerald, but I could never get it quite this clean. Thanks!


Cheer up! Things are getting worse at a slower rate.
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 borders

 
 by Bennybear on: Nov 1 2008
 
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Lovely - I have one with Emerald, very small blend to the shadow - but imho (In my Holy opinion) themes are often overdone and overrated. I love 'sunday' brushed steel finish, Slickness buttons, and OS V for the smallest usable border so far.

Yours is useless, of course, and so I shall have it. Internet isn't designed for horizontal monitors, mine's widescreen - so I need the extra ten pixels at the top. No menu's, no borders, but no need to go fullscreen.

Cheerz ;)


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 Re: borders

 
 by Bennybear on: Nov 1 2008
 
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Hmmmm OS V is interesting - now I miss the function not for dragging, but for maximizing (vertically for web browser, horizontally for package manager) without filling the screen. I guess I need to learn some more about keyboard shortcuts. How about a tiny sacrifice for the smallest buttons you can stick in the top?
maybe a similar version - Thinner2 having a few extra pixels?


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 Re: Re: borders

 
 by CookedGryphon on: Jan 16 2009
 
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Can you imagine how infuriating that would be? Trying to click buttons that are a pixel or two wide.

A better solution would need some major hack to metacity - have the 1pixel buttons but make them expand down into the window when you mouse near them.

... Or set some keyboard shortcuts


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