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Macbuntu

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Macbuntu
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Homepage:  Link
Blog:  http://www.losoft.org
Downloads:  158863
Submitted:  Aug 19 2010
Updated:  Nov 15 2010

Description:

Macbuntu - Mac OS X Transformation Pack. Macbuntu is an open-source program, designed to transform Linux’s appearance and layout into a Mac OS X environment. Although Macbuntu is dedicated to Ubuntu Linux OS, it could be used in other OS based on Debian/GTK.

Attention!
- Script significantly changes the desktop.
- Not compatible with Ubuntu Netbook Edition

Running scripts with root privileges is dangerous, if you do not trust the software or you are unsure about the origin of this software, please do not install.
Macbuntu guarantee the safe code only if the application comes from this address https://sourceforge.net/projects/macbuntu/

Installation Guide:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/macbuntu/forums/forum/1205032/topic/3819181
or look at readme first.

Uninstall:
Please, read all instruction before you agree to uninstall the applications and associated libraries. There is a possibility of close connections between them.




Changelog:

v2.3
Added
- Separate service scripts for 10.04 and 10.10
- Dedicated Compiz animations for x32 & x64
- Sound theme, macbuntu & purple
- Activating Docky Helpers
- Default theme background image
Changed
- Top panel entries, Global Menu & Application Menu versions
- Theme and gtk icons rebuild, filling icons gaps
- Normalizing distributor logos
- Macbuntu-Cursors base changed to Shere Khan X
- Disabling inactive window titlebar transparency
- Removing dedicated fonts from the theme files (Spoils the appearance but gives the possibility to change the fonts)
- Changing the theme name
Fixed
- Service scripts
- Panel background
- Fatal error - Compiz animation for x64

v2.2
Added
- Plymouth themes Paw-OSX (default), Paw-Ubuntu with choice
- Distributor-Logo choice
- Cheese install
- Cleaning the old stuff before reinstalling
- Backup settings before changes
Changed
- Launcher nautilus-home to nautilus
- Distributor-Logo to Black Apple Menu Icon as default
- Icons updated, Mac4Lin-Faenza mix
- GTK theme icons updated
- Apple logo updated
Fixed
- Restored a missing remove-apt-repository script
- Install problem - Installation on incompatible OS (force option)
- Install problem - Recreate non-existent folders

v2.1
Added
- Complete Compiz Fusion settings
- Upgrade script
- Uninstall script
Changed
- Fonts updated
- Compiz Decoration window shadow offset to 4,5
Fixed
- Install problem - Added, current path check
- Install problem - Added, script user check, running as root prohibited

v2.0 - First Public Release
Added
- Google Chrome/Chromium theme package GTK Leopard Chrome Theme - manual installation
- Thunderbird theme package Leopard Mail-Default-Aqua - manual installation
- Firefox theme packages Vfox3_Basic and MacOSX Theme - manual installation
- Login Screen logo applelogo-black.svg
- Login Screen cursor settings
- Compiz Decoration settings
- Compiz customized animation library - Genie Effect
- Top Panel entries
- Docky launchers list
- Terminal settings
- System check
- Home screen Mac OS X folders
Changed
- Login Screen font to Lucida Grande Medium 9
- Login Screen theme to Macbuntu
- Macbuntu theme base to GTK Leopard
- Cursor size to 28
- Cursors to Macbuntu based on Mac4Lin_Cursors_v1.0
- Icons to Macbuntu based on Mac4Lin_Icons_v1.0
- Nautilus location bar to buttons as default

v1.1
Added
- Reboot service
- Mac OS X fonts
- Login Screen settings
- Nautilus settings
- Global Menu
- Compositing Manager settings
- Compiz Extras
- Docky settings
- Docky
Changed
- Theme to Macbuntu based on GTK Leopard2

v1.0
Added
- Ubuntu-Tweak
- Mac OS X backgrounds
- Cursors Mac4Lin_Cursors_v1.0
- Icons Mac4Lin_Icons_v1.0
- Theme Mac4Lin_GTK_Aqua_v1.0



License:
GNU General Public License v3

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 Compiz !

 
 by mutlucan96 on: Nov 18 2010
 
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All the compiz effects are running. but the "Animations Add-ons" and "Effects" does not work. What should I do?


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 Re: Compiz !

 
 by bagley on: Nov 19 2010
 
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Should work if the effects are enabled.

Please import this Compiz profile
http://www.losoft.org/blog/download/macbuntu/compiz-profile.tar.gz




Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: Compiz !

 
 by mutlucan96 on: Nov 20 2010
 
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Does not work!


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 Problems with Uninstall

 
 by winterwoodland on: Nov 19 2010
 
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Hi, just posting that I had a problem when I uninstalled this theme. Everything's fine, except nautilus. Only when I use 'gksudo nautilus' does it looks fine, but otherwise it looks like it does in the screenshot below. Does anyone know how to fix this?

Please keep in mind that I'm no computer expert, but I'm not a complete newbie.

Other than this problem, I have to say that this is an amazing theme with a wonderful attention to detail. :)

http://i661.photobucket.com/albums/uu338/Grayfeather/Screenshot-1.png


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 Re: Problems with Uninstall

 
 by BassUltra on: Nov 19 2010
 
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Try gksudo gnome-appearance-properties in the terminal and choose a theme there.


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 Re: Problems with Uninstall

 
 by bagley on: Nov 19 2010
 
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That's right. If theme which you use isn't installed in /usr/share/themes

Copy the theme to the above folder.

sudo cp ~/.themes/THEME_NAME /usr/share/themes/


Regards,
lookout

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 Eclipse icon background wrong.

 
 by kristop on: Nov 21 2010
 
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kristopkristop
Less is more

For the previous version I was using the following script


#!/bin/bash
export UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0
~/bin/eclipseEE/eclipse


and the result was quite smooth. Now we went back to scratch where the background is the title color. Any fixes for this version? Great job by the way I really love it.


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 Re: Eclipse icon background wrong.

 
 by bagley on: Nov 22 2010
 
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Previous version? 10.10 (v2.3) is the first version with Application Menu as default Global Menu. Do not fully understand, can you send a screenshot?

Also, you can install Gnome GlobalMenu known from version 10.04 (v2.3 & <), here is the patch:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/macbuntu/files/macbuntu-10.10/v2.3/g2gm.tar.gz/download


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: Eclipse icon background wrong.

 
 by kristop on: Nov 22 2010
 
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kristopkristop
Less is more

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/92534/eclipse_macbuntu.png

this is my screenshot, I am not refering to the menu of eclipse, but to the background color, check the contrast in the Run button for example. I didn't know I could have the eclipse menu globally now. Thanks :).


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 Re: Re: Re: Eclipse icon background wrong.

 
 by kristop on: Nov 22 2010
 
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kristopkristop
Less is more

I fixed it by hashing

#class "*Toolbar" style "toolbar"
#widget_class "*Toolbar" style "toolbar"

in the ~/.themes/Macbuntu/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

and run it like

#!/bin/bash
export UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0
~/bin/eclipseEE/eclipse

everything works quite smoothly now :) thanks again.


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 Nautilus

 
 by imaginois on: Nov 26 2010
 
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Did someone manage to solve the nautilus elementary problem. In my case it doesn't work with macbuntu and I stumbled upon other complaints in the same matter. Or at least let's implement some other file manager


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 Re: Nautilus

 
 by bagley on: Nov 26 2010
 
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At the beginning, what is the problem? Can you write something more? I am working on Nautilus Elementary and noticed any complex problems.


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: Nautilus

 
 by imaginois on: Nov 26 2010
 
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Well, for starters the problem came when I first installed macbuntu and NE (nautilus elementary). The menubar disappeared and didn't want to turn on. There was no preferences record in the menu. It was buggy and wacky and kind of sluggish.

However though when I installed NE on a clean slate and then macbuntu it worked and still works fine. And don't know where the problem was but I am guessing some of the scripts required for macbuntu were screwing with the NE


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 Re: Re: Re: Nautilus

 
 by bagley on: Nov 26 2010
 
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Thanks, I will examine it. Although in the new version NE will be installed by default, so, I certainly will test better :)


Regards,
lookout

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 HELP!! bottom panel

 
 by klindi on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Great! Very smart work!
And i have some troubles need you help.
after installed Macbuntu,my "places" & "system" item in top left were both gone! More than that,the bottom panel dispeared.
I know that Mac use docky, and i don't like it. I prefer ubuntu's style,"places" & "system" item in top Panel, "desktop" "trash" "4 windows" in bottom Panel. By this style, when i minimize windows or browsers,they are stacked on the bottom panel, I prefer this easy way to look up.
How can i rescue that? Thank you for ur help! PS:Sorry for my poor English,I wish you can get my idea.


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 HELP!! bottom panel

 
 by klindi on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Great! Very smart work!
And i have some troubles need you help.
after installed Macbuntu,my "places" & "system" item in top left were both gone! More than that,the bottom panel dispeared.
I know that Mac use docky, and i don't like it. I prefer ubuntu's style,"places" & "system" item in top Panel, "desktop" "trash" "4 windows" in bottom Panel. By this style, when i minimize windows or browsers,they are stacked on the bottom panel, I prefer this easy way to look up.
How can i rescue that? Thank you for ur help! PS:Sorry for my poor English,I wish you can get my idea.


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 Re: HELP!! bottom panel

 
 by klindi on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Troubles are fixed! Macbuntu is very awesome!
Hope next version have two different version,one is change your preferences and install docky,another one is just give users a mac-like theme,won't change your other things. Such as install docky and delete bottom panel.
It's a good work,keep going!


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