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freeOSX2

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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freeOSX2
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Downloads:  9250
Submitted:  Feb 26 2012
Updated:  Mar 4 2012

Description:

FreeOSX 2 theme

I recommended the Faenza icons by Tiheum :
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza?content=128143

Gnome-global-menu and nautilus elementary are not indispensable but it's better with.

assets and metacity from Adwaita-Cupertino gtk3 theme




Changelog:

1.1
- new tabs
- new nautilus breadcrumbs and mode button
- correction of selected tab
- correction of some incompatible values




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 errr

 
 by aullidolunar on: Feb 26 2012
 
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doesn't work with debian 6.0.4 :(


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 Re: errr

 
 by soton on: Mar 2 2012
 
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+1


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 Re: errr

 
 by dotNet on: Mar 7 2012
 
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it works on my debian 6.0.4
you probably don't have some required engine/version of it installed.
check what's used in the theme's gtkrc...


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 Nautilus, split line & status bar look unfinished

 
 by Triceratops on: Mar 5 2012
 
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Very nice thanks. On linuxmint 11 x64 (Gnome 2). Using Nautilus, the split line separating the two panes view (press F3) is a little bit too dim. Also in Nautilus, the status bar looks unfinished. (the status rectangular zone is surrounded by two black lines). Hope this is fixable. Thanks.


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 Scrollbar: bigger + augment contrast

 
 by Triceratops on: Mar 5 2012
 
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Hi,

Is it OK to make the scrollbar more traditional? I suppose you intentionally designed it to be discrete. But personally I find that the current scrollbar is hard to see.

On LinuxMint 11 x64 (same as Ubuntu 11.04). I have disabled the overlay scrollbar to have a permanent scrollbar. But the scrollbar of this theme is too small. It requires some attention to position the mouse accurately. Hope you will be OK to modify.

Thanks in advance.


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 Re: Scrollbar: bigger + augment contrast

 
 by max8521 on: Mar 6 2012
 
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Hi,

Thanks, I will try to fix the scrollbar and the nautilus soon, but for the moment I had it very busy.





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 where do i get the blue faenza icons?

 
 by RedRaven18 on: Mar 11 2012
 
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i followed the link for the icon set you suggested but when i installed it i didn't get any blue icon set. did i do something wrong? or did you change the icon color manually?


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 Example of scrollbar + titlebar active/inactive

 
 by Triceratops on: Mar 14 2012
 
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Is it Ok to make the scrollbar like that?
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/?content=144972

In my opinion, FreeOSX2 theme is better. It has a preview in the "Appearance Preferences" dialog. And I like the color tone & selected item overall.

May be your theme is already perfect, but please make another version for old fashion people like me who need a traditional scrollbar.

In case you don't mind another request. When there are several opened windows. There titlebar and menu looks pretty similar. It would be nice to make the active window stand out better by making the border of the inactive windows darker.

Thanks in advance.


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 Any news?

 
 by Triceratops on: Mar 25 2012
 
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Hi,

I like this theme. Used it until today, I have to change for another theme. I got confused by the small scrollbar. I know this is old school to use a scrollbar while most of people use the mouse scroll wheel. But on a long page a scrollbar still scroll faster. Hope you'll have an updated version soon.


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