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Blended

  

Metacity Theme

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Blended
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  261644
Submitted:  Jul 3 2005
Updated:  Jan 9 2006

Description:

Blended is a simple theme designed to blend in with the menu bar to create a smooth appearance.

The theme was designed with the Clearlooks GTK2 theme in mind, but works well with other themes that have plain menu bars.

Inculdes 4 theme variations:

Blended ( Top corners rounded)
BlendedDoubleRound (Top and bottom corners rounded)
BlendedSmall (Smaller window butons)
BlendedSmallDoubleRound

--------------NOTE--------------
If you want all 4 variations make sure they are all coppied to your themes folder as at least for me installing through theme preferences only installs the last theme.




Changelog:

1.6
-Looks much better with darker GTK themes
-Windows have a slightly beveled appearance
-Title padding reduced on regular button size themes
-focused text no longer etched
-other minor changes

1.5
-Removed program icon
-Added buttons to unfocused windows
-Buttons are etched in pressed state
-Shaded windows are only doubly round on round varients
-Darker shadow in button tray




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 perfection

 
 by yarc on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Thanks for the theme.

It looks great togheter with the gperfection-theme made by lookhead.
http://www.acc.umu.se/~johnor/screenshot.png

is there any way i can make the icon on the titlebar go away? it's not needed and it would look better out without.

don't change a thing in this theme. its perfect.


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 perfection

 
 by anonymous on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Thanks for the theme.

It looks great togheter with the gperfection-theme made by lookhead.
http://www.acc.umu.se/~johnor/screenshot.png

is there any way i can make the icon on the titlebar go away? it's not needed and it would look better out without.

don't change a thing in this theme. its perfect.


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 perfection

 
 by anonymous on: Jul 19 2005
 
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Thanks for the theme.

It looks great togheter with the gperfection-theme made by lookhead.
http://www.acc.umu.se/~johnor/screenshot.png

is there any way i can make the icon on the titlebar go away? it's not needed and it would look better out without.

don't change a thing in this theme. its perfect.


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 Re: perfection

 
 by ECHM on: Jul 24 2005
 
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In the latest upload of the themes:

in the Blended folder there is a text file that explains how to remove the icon from the title bar (just a few lines need to be replaced.) Just follow those instructions and you can have your themes without the program icon.

I won't be offering any versions without the program icon, as then I would have 8 versions of the theme, all with only slight differences. So if you really want the theme without the icon just follow the instructions (should take only a minute or two) and you're all set. :)


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 Genius work!

 
 by lobais on: Jul 30 2005
 
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I can't explain how much I like to way you have implemented the close minimize and menu buttons. I'm not sure how much I like, that the border is faded into the window, but in windows with menus, it doesn't matter.


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 "obra maestra"

 
 by freon on: Jul 31 2005
 
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It means the work someone made to be considered a master.Very good work, is shining with Clearlooks.


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 Re: "obra maestra"

 
 by ECHM on: Aug 1 2005
 
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Thank you (and everyone else) for taking the time to comment, I appreciate it.


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 how to install

 
 by catonga on: Jul 31 2005
 
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How do I install this theme?


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 Re: how to install

 
 by ECHM on: Aug 1 2005
 
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How to install

1) Open the theme manager. If you don't know where it is then run: gnome-theme-manager in the terminal.
2) Click "Install Theme", browse to where you downloaded the file and click "Install"
3) A dialog should popup telling you the theme was correctly installed
4) Click on "Theme Details" then "Window Border" and choose the theme.
5) You may have to restart the theme manager for them to show up.

If the themes are not showing up or only one of them installed then:

6)Extract the file you downloaded to a convienient location
7)Copy the 4 folders to /home/your user name/.themes/
8)Open the theme manager navigate to window border as above and choose the theme.

If this doesn't help or something else is going wrong (ie themes not showing up even after following the above) post again or email me.


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