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Blended

  

Metacity Theme

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Blended
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  262625
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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 no dark around

 
 by CosminG on: Apr 13 2006
 
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no dark around minimaze maximaze and close


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 gtk theme

 
 by houseofmore on: May 30 2006
 
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I asked this a while ago, with no respose.... thought I'd try again.

What is the dark gtk theme in the screen shot?

Thanks.
-J


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 Re: gtk theme

 
 by houseofmore on: Jun 19 2006
 
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don't make me be :/


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 Suggestions

 
 by cdmarcus on: Dec 9 2006
 
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Could you do a version without recessed buttons for the focused window? I don't like the way it looks like they're pressed. Also, it would be good if you differentiated between the middle buttons when maximized and normal.


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 help me....

 
 by darksideofme on: Feb 15 2007
 
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im newbie...
someone please help me.
can you teach me how to use the content downloaded,get it n use it...
please help me...
thnx 4 gnome mmbers...


darkside666
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 Re: help me....

 
 by nkjoep on: Mar 2 2007
 
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hey!
you've just to drag&drop that compressed file into theme manager...

that's all :]


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 Nice

 
 by FastZ on: Apr 21 2007
 
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I like! Thanks.


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 It's perfect

 
 by VictorR on: Jul 10 2007
 
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I don't like it personally (like say I would prefer one flowers to others), but the idea and its implementation is excellent! I have been trying to find the best matched GTK engine and icon set for this - my choice was Clearlooks (GTK theme) and Snowish. It needs more work to make the complete set (GTK theme/icons/ default colours and fonts) and then I think it must be included in distros.

Great work!


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