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Metacity Theme

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Downloads:  265157
Submitted:  Jul 3 2005
Updated:  Jan 9 2006


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)

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.


-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

-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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 fantastic work

 by npu on: Aug 13 2005
Score 50%

ECHM: fantastic work!

...and thanks for the "fix" for the window icon (i like it better the standard way).

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 Non Focused Windows

 by RawMustard on: Sep 22 2005
Score 50%

I love this theme, great work. The only problem with it and this is only my opinion of course, is non focused windows, I can't see the buttons. I'm forever minimising or closing windows when I wanted one or the other, having to click on the window to focus it before selecting a button is a pain :(

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 Re: Non Focused Wind

 by ECHM on: Sep 25 2005
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I can tell you you're not the only one with this point of view because I share it as well. I think the windows look a bit nicer without the buttons, however I understand that not being able to see them is not helping the usability of the theme. I've posted a third screenshot labeled work in progress and it shows some of the changes I am planing on including. The only other change that isn't shown in the image is pressed buttons look slighty etched. Any feedback is appreciated, let me know if you like the buttons for the unfocused windows.

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 Re: Re: Non Focused

 by RawMustard on: Sep 25 2005
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Wow much better, and it still looks super sexy :)

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 Re: Re: Re: Non Focu

 by bvc on: Oct 2 2005
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Have ever tried 'Select windows on mouseover'? I remember when I first tried it years ago, I found it weird, but after getting used to it I find much more productive/useful and can't stand to have it any other way.

I enjoyed the inactive windows not having buttons, but I understand why they must be there for those that like 'click to focus'.

I also would like to thank you for the rounded versions. I know that is time consuming and you did a great job...it looks great!

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 Not to be rude.....

 by SteveMyers on: Sep 26 2005
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But your work in this GTK is better than the Human GTK's made.

Major props and great work!

Best Regards,
Steve Myers
Ubuntu Forums

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 by ardchoille on: Sep 26 2005
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This is quite a nice theme, good work!

MacGregor Despite Them!
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 Absolutely Fantastic

 by RawMustard on: Sep 26 2005
Score 50%

This is the nicest theme I've seen, great job and thanks for the fix :)

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 by njoy on: Sep 26 2005
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Great work!!!!
i like it :)

Somewhere between imagination and reality...
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