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Macbuntu

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 70%
Macbuntu
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Homepage:  Link
Blog:  http://www.losoft.org
Downloads:  158405
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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 Make windows look brighter

 
 by anhhnt on: Dec 23 2010
 
Score 50%

Hi,i've restart my PC and everything comes right. I wonder if anyone want this bright theme, i can share it for anyone who need :)
Another problem is the nautilus elementary, it add three button at right of toolbar, but these buttons is not nice like others. So how to fix these things and make it more pretty


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 Re: Make windows look brighter

 
 by bagley on: Dec 27 2010
 
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The theme color is exactly the same as in MacOSX. MacOSX has a different color palette, and therefore looks different. I do not know how to change the palette and if at all possible.

In Macbuntu SVN there is a newer version of the theme (based as always on GTK Leopard), you can download it in this way

svn co https://macbuntu.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/macbuntu/Macbuntu/themes/Macbuntu ~/macbuntu-svn/Macbuntu/themes/Macbuntu

It looks like this http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/macbuntu/index.php?title=Main_Page


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: Make windows look brighter

 
 by anhhnt on: Dec 28 2010
 
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Hi barley, thanks for advice. I will make some try on this, but in Nautilus elementary, some icons were missing, so the view select button group look very ugly, I thinks we must put some icon to somewhere to fix this


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 Application menu position

 
 by gruenspanabel on: Jan 12 2011
 
Score 50%

Hey there! first of all, absolutely tremendous work there! had a friend coming over yesterday saying "Hey dude, didn´t know you changed to Mac..." xD

Anyway, my problem is: the application menu (or main menu) is not where it should be at the left end of the top panel, but instead somewhere in the middle. When I use different screens the position error doesn't seem to be relative, which means the distance from the panel's left end to the menu doesn't change.
Any ideas why this is so??

Apart from that, there is another question concerning the app. menu: I know how to undo the global menu thing, but how can I switch back to normal, ubuntu-style main menu ("applications//places//system") without uninstalling the theme altogether?

Thx for any help n advice!


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 Re: Application menu position

 
 by gruenspanabel on: Jan 12 2011
 
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Ok, strange enough, after deleting the menu-button and the global menu part I could add normal ubuntu like menus and global menu while suddenly being able to move them around...


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 This Is Disgusting!

 
 by DasFox on: Jan 14 2011
 
Score 38%

What TRUE LINUX GEEK in their right mind would make Linux look like OS X? I'll tell you, NONE!

This is very disrespectful to Linux the people that make it look like OS X and Windows. You have no clue then to what Linux is and what it's roots are and what it represents...

If you love the look so much then please buy an Apple, to help further support the destruction of computer user's rights...

Apple and Windows STRIP the rights of Computer users, which you seem to have no clue about and if think it's BS then you are not a very educated computer user!

If you had a CLUE of the destructiveness of Apple, you'd never make a theme like OS X!


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 Re: This Is Disgusting!

 
 by bagley on: Jan 15 2011
 
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WTF?!

What do you talkin' about?! Relax.

I have MacBook and iPhone too, and the world still exists :P

PS.
I think, I love Linux more that you can imagine.


lookout
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 Re: This Is Disgusting!

 
 by elmigueluno on: Jan 15 2011
 
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Then not use it, that's the solution for you, don't insult the good free work from others just because you don't like it. Live life in peace my friend.


Saludos
Freddy Vega

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 Re: Re: This Is Disgusting!

 
 by a8j8i8t8 on: Jan 17 2011
 
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Hi Bagley,
I am great admirer of your work and please don't pay attention to such comments.
A linux user definitely won't mind to change the theme of it's desktop to Mac or Windows or anything else.

According to me, your work shows how Linux is better than others.
Please keep up the good work.


Cheers,
Ajit

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 Move cursor

 
 by redd on: Jan 20 2011
 
Score 50%

Hi,

Wonderful theme !!!

By I wonder how to move cursor and make all the program im working on appear on the same time like Mac.

regards,

Red


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 Where is weather?

 
 by Inflame on: Jan 21 2011
 
Score 50%

After uninstalling Macbuntu the clock applet does not show weather.

Help me, please.


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 Re: Where is weather?

 
 by Inflame on: Jan 24 2011
 
Score 50%

This problem is solved.


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 v2.4?

 
 by danicatalos on: Jan 25 2011
 
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Gives no new Updates?


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