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Ubuntu GDM Theme

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Downloads:  1280
Submitted:  Apr 20 2008


Greenman is meant to be an uncreative drop-in green replacement for the default Human themes in Ubuntu 8.04 for those wishing for another color option but enjoy the human style.

Based on the packages available in Ubuntu 8.04, I include three gtk-theme options (Greenman, Greenman-Clearlooks, Greenman-Murrine). Also included is a set of matching green human style icons, backgrounds, gdm-themes, and a usplash-theme.

I've constructed these themes by color remixing the default files with Perl scripts. So I could in principle extend this batch of files to include other system files or other colors should there be interest in such things.

A blue version is available as Bluman.

Based on the Hardy packages:
- human-icon-theme v0.28
- human-theme v0.18
- ubuntu-gdm-theme v0.29
- ubuntu-wallpapers v0.25

- Based on updated Hardy defaults
- More strict following of theme organization and naming
- Slightly darker than previous for improved icon contrast

- Based on updated Hardy defaults
- Small additional changes in green color
- Color of non-green background elements in gtk-themes are faded at 50%
- Addition of Clearlooks and gdm themes
- Recommended background color (r,g,b) = (134,165,102)

- Addition of GreenmanList gdm theme

- Addition of Greenman usplash theme (installs with startupmanager)

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 by churchyard on: Apr 21 2008
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would you please remake also variant with list of users? I really like the way, how it looks, but I'd rather prefer list based variant.

Thank you very much.

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 Re: list

 by mikeTheScientist on: Apr 21 2008
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I'll see about incorporating the other Human gdms into the scripts. But I won't be able to work on it right now (maybe next weekend).

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 Re: Re: list

 by mikeTheScientist on: Apr 26 2008
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A list version is posted.

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 by leo08 on: Jun 12 2008
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Thank you very much for your themes, I really appreciated them. Particularly the green one, which I am using right now.
Just a question: I have noted that "sudo" applications, such as Synaptics or gedit launched as sudo, have a different theme, which is neither greenman nor the default one. "Different" means that they show old-looking controls and system icons. I checked that by switching back to default themes this problem disappears. I think this is a little bug. Do you plan to fix it?

Thanks again, in any case.

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 by mikeTheScientist on: Jun 15 2008
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Hi Leo,

I'll look into fixing this in the files once I return from vacation and if I find a working example. In the meanwhile, you can duplicate the settings for the root user by copying:

~/.icons -> /root/icons
~/.gtkrc-2.0 -> /root/.gtkrc-2.0
~/.themes -> /root/.themes

This at least worked well for me.

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 by mikeTheScientist on: Jun 15 2008
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That should have read:

~/.icons -> /root/.icons

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 by paulroberts20 on: Aug 14 2008
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how do I copy those folders to the root folder? I've tried using sudo cp .icons /root but it doesn't work

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 Re: How?

 by mikeTheScientist on: Aug 14 2008
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sudo cp -r ~/.icons /root/.icons

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 Re: Re: How?

 by paulroberts20 on: Aug 14 2008
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Thanks, worked fine for me. :)

Btw, I don't have a .gtkrc-2.0 folder, so I just copied the .icons and .themes folders.

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