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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:  158850
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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 Great Script

 
 by seefor on: Sep 21 2010
 
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I join this site so I can leave you a comment, great script.

Just installed it on Ubuntu64 10.04

Let you know if I have any issues.


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 Re: Great Script

 
 by bagley on: Sep 21 2010
 
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Macbuntu 10.04 v2.2 installs on Ubuntu 10.04 x64 the incorrect version (x32) of compiz animations, compiz will not work properly. I have prepared the hotfix. If you have any problems, you get the correct files from the SVN repo or you can download it from here http://www.losoft.org/blog/download/macbuntu/compiz-mh.tar.gz

Sorry.

Soon will be available v2.3 Macbuntu, containing the hotfix.


Regards,
lookout

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 Java Look And Feel

 
 by a8j8i8t8 on: Sep 22 2010
 
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Hi,
Just wanted to know if we have any Mac like Java look and feel for Ubuntu.
If you start Netbeans/JConsole in ubuntu it looks very ugly with the GTK look and feel with Macbuntu theme.
If you know any Maclike Java look and feel please let me know.


Cheers,
Ajit

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 Re: Java Look And Feel

 
 by bagley on: Sep 22 2010
 
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I'm not sure whether you can force to run a different java UI and if already, the application will be slower.

The program itself has to load the appropriate GUI, the best way is use the system UI

UIManager.setLookAndFeel(UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName());

So loaded classes will always be similar to the system UI.

I do not know any other method, but if I find out something that will give you to know.


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Java Look And Feel

 
 by bagley on: Sep 22 2010
 
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Check it, Netbeans can start with a custom laf http://wiki.netbeans.org/FaqCustomLaf

com.sun.java.swing.plaf.mac.MacLookAndFeel


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: Java Look And Feel

 
 by a8j8i8t8 on: Sep 23 2010
 
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Yes.
This is exactly what I want.
Actually the "com.sun.java.swing.plaf.mac.MacLookAndFeel" is for Mac platform only.
I use Nimbus look and feel but it's OK.
I want something close to "com.sun.java.swing.plaf.mac.MacLookAndFeel" for Ubuntu platform.

And if you use "GTK" look and feel with MacBuntu enabled, it's quite ugly. :(


Cheers,
Ajit

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 deskbar-applet

 
 by stephanius on: Sep 24 2010
 
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My deskbar applet looks awful. It's bigger than the other. How do i change this?


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 Re: deskbar-applet

 
 by bagley on: Sep 24 2010
 
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Right, does not look interesting. The perennial problem with the icons, I need to take care of that. Immediately I will deal with this issue.

Missing icon, deskbar-applet.png 24 fixed. There are no paths in the file index.theme.

Meanwhile, you can modify your index.theme

[Icon Theme]
...
Directories=24x24/apps,actions/16,...

[24x24/apps]
Size=24
Context=Applications
Type=fixed
...

But the easiest way is to copy the file deskbar-applet.png to right directory

Current version (2.2)
cp ~/.icons/Macbuntu-10.04-Icons/24x24/apps/deskbar-applet.png ~/.icons/Macbuntu-10.04-Icons/status/24/

SVN version (2.3)
cp ~/.icons/Macbuntu-Icons/24x24/apps/deskbar-applet.png ~/.icons/Macbuntu-Icons/status/24/


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: deskbar-applet

 
 by stephanius on: Sep 24 2010
 
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Now it fits perfectly, thank you so much. But i'm having another problem. I use battery-status applet (so i can show battery percentage on the panel, just like os x) and i use an specific background to my panel. This background needs the panel with 27 pixels to looks fine with the battery applet, but when i do this, nm-applet icon turns into something like faenza icon. Do you what's is this?


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 Re: Re: Re: deskbar-applet

 
 by bagley on: Sep 24 2010
 
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These applets are not bad, I'll try to join them in the new version, thanks.

I am in preparation for a new icons package, I'll try to fix any errors. We'll see what comes out, maybe next week.


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: deskbar-applet

 
 by stephanius on: Sep 24 2010
 
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Take a look how my desktop looks now...

http://img299.imageshack.us/img299/52/capturadetela10.png


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 Update from v2.1 to v2.2

 
 by danicatalos on: Sep 24 2010
 
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Hi,

how can i update from v.2.1 to v2.2?


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 Re: Update from v2.1 to v2.2

 
 by bagley on: Sep 24 2010
 
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Run ./upgrade.sh

Full command
wget https://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/macbuntu/macbuntu-10.04/v2.2/Macbuntu-10.04.tar.gz -O /tmp/Macbuntu-10.04.tar.gz && tar xzvf /tmp/Macbuntu-10.04.tar.gz -C /tmp && cd /tmp/Macbuntu-10.04/ && ./upgrade.sh

Please follow the instructions.

If upgrade returns an error then run
cd /tmp/Macbuntu-10.04/ && ./install.sh


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: Update from v2.1 to v2.2

 
 by danicatalos on: Sep 26 2010
 
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Its amazing!

http://img831.imageshack.us/img831/1610/macbuntuv22.png

Absolut great! Thanks for your hard work!


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 Suggestion

 
 by eaferrari24 on: Sep 28 2010
 
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Hey bagley!

I registered to say hey, thanks, and to include my 2 cents.

First of all... WOW! I have been using this since 2.0 and it is growing and becoming so flawless. Good job... you put alot of love and passion into this project!

One feature I am dying to see in macbuntu (i feel so greedy for asking since you have given us so much already in this theme) is the volume changing On-screen-display when using keyboard shortcuts

This thing: http://www.blogcdn.com/www.tuaw.com/media/2008/04/volume_fine_tune_with_key_press.jpg

if you could figure out a way to replicate it in macbuntu along with the corresponding sound effect
that would be so sweet

again props to you! keep up the amazing work.


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 Re: Suggestion

 
 by bagley on: Oct 1 2010
 
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Nice idea, although I think that Notify OSD looks great. I do not know whether there is for Linux OSD similar to MacOsX. The only way to get this effect is a program something like that.

It is possible that something will inspire me, and I will do it ;)


Regards,
lookout

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 Global Menu Issue

 
 by a8j8i8t8 on: Sep 28 2010
 
Score 63%

Hi,
I am not sure whether it's an issue or acceptable behavior.
I have extended desktop with twin-view.
I can see Global Menu only for applications running on primary desktop.

In snpshot: (http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_mbu8LNP_NE0/TKHljoMTUQI/AAAAAAAAEw8/8PSYHfdTNvI/s1600/Screenshot.png)
You can see Global Menu for Terminal even if active window is Exaile.


Cheers,
Ajit

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 Re: Global Menu Issue

 
 by bagley on: Oct 1 2010
 
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Hi, sorry that took so long - work.

Global Menu supports TwinView, please uncheck "Enable per-monitor mode".

If this does not help, you can leave the local menu in the window, by checking "Show local menu in window".

For more information, please check the applet properties/preferences.


Regards,
lookout

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 Re: Re: Global Menu Issue

 
 by a8j8i8t8 on: Oct 7 2010
 
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Thanks a lot.
It worked.


Cheers,
Ajit

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