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Almond (5 version)

  

Metacity Theme

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Almond (5 version)
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Downloads:  21559
Submitted:  May 22 2006
Updated:  Jun 28 2006

Description:

Almond is a hibrid pixmap-vectorgraphic metacity theme. it's adapt to the GTK colors. optimal: selected color is dark, normal color is light.

NEW:
only the versions with normal titlebar height are updated.
i completely redrawed the buttons. now they adapt more to the gtk colors (no desaturate), and they match more with the title bar. There was a problem: buttons seemed to shifted 1 pixel left on dark background. now its fixed. (thx to bettermentflux for warning). and now the space beneath the buttons belongs to the buttons.
No more size changeing when the window rolls up to shaded mode.

Almond XMMS skin:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=41102

MPlayer skin
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=41477

Versions:
- Default
- GTK adaptive
- GTK adaptive - MAC button order
- GTK adaptive - Mini
- GTK adaptive - MAC - Mini

Almond GTK is coming. The grapich design is in progress.

please note, if you have any suggestion!




Changelog:

2006.06.27 - v0.9.6
- size changing when roll up - fixed
- complete redraw of the buttons
- button bg drawing - rewrited

2006.06.24 - v0.9.5
- Border width increased to 4 pixel
- Title height decreased, title files redrawed

2006.06.22 - v0.9.4
- new version with thinner titlebar and MAC button order
- pixel bug in titlebar's corner - fixed

2006.06.21 - v0.9.3
- new version with thinner titlebar

2006.06.05 - v0.9.2
- active triplet buttons graphic style - modified
- mac style, maximized, close button bug - fixed
- triplet button separator color - fixed

2006.06.05 - v0.9.1
- New button captions
- GTK Color use - rewritten
- inactive button style - fixed
- button border colorchange - finally fixed

2006.05.29 - rewritten. v0.9.0
- transparent pixmaps
- mac button order implemented
- font size fixed
- inactive button states added
- wider border implemented
- bottom outline uncontrast fixed
- button stroke lightchange fixed

2006.05.22 - First beta version 0.8




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 WOW

 
 by inane on: Jun 4 2006
 
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Just wow... top notch work... this MAKES my DAY!


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 Re: WOW

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 4 2006
 
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thx. unfortunatly im not contented with it. so i get to work and upgrade it.


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 Great work

 
 by vredfreak on: Jun 5 2006
 
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The best metacity theme I've found yet. I love the glossy buttons and the way the theme adapts to the gtk colors. Excellent.


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 Re: Great work

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 5 2006
 
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thx
i will update it in some hours. it will nicer


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 Re: Re: Great work

 
 by brainkillah on: Jun 5 2006
 
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Very good mc theme; however, I found a funny bug-like thingie (or perhaps an actual bug) - non-maximised windows have "damaged" close button, ie. button with its left upper corner rounded so it gives an impression of faultiness especially when hovered... Otherwise, great!


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 Re: Re: Re: Great wo

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 5 2006
 
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thx!
i don't find that bug. can you specify? which button order? default or mac? which window type? is it differz from the screenshot?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Grea

 
 by brainkillah on: Jun 5 2006
 
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http://static.flickr.com/72/161115221_46c96b3b8a_o.png
Here it is, Almond on my machine and the little bug I've told you about...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 5 2006
 
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i see. because the version, which you use made for mac button style (close, max, min in the left side). rename metacity-theme-1-default.xml to metacity-theme-1.xml in the theme directory. (/opt/gnome/share/themes/Almond/metacity-1) i think.
and it will be right.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by brainkillah on: Jun 5 2006
 
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Yup, my mistake... I'm sorry I've accused you of my own stupidity ;) Thanks and keep up the good work!



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 by Simzer on: Jun 6 2006
 
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No problem:)



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 i want the black

 
 by airzer0 on: Jun 6 2006
 
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hey guys awsome job on almond, love the silver but how do i change the color to black? thanks in advance


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 Re: i want the black

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 6 2006
 
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Hi! there are two way. The first one is to use the GTK adaptive version (rename home/.theme/Almond/metacity-theme-1-GTKAdaptive.xml to metacity-theme-1.xml), than search a black GTK theme. More difficult solution is editing the theme, replacing the default colors to the wanted colors...


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 Theme behind Glossy?

 
 by tigrux on: Jun 19 2006
 
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What is the yellowish and bubble-like theme that is behind the Glossy P, in the screenshot with the overlapped window? I like it.


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 Re: Theme behind Glo

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 20 2006
 
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its called H2O-GTK-Amber


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 Wish List

 
 by bettermentflux on: Jun 21 2006
 
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First of all, this is my favorite metacity theme. I especialy like the gradient in the menu bar - it gives it added dimension. I do edit the xml file to increase the border width as I have a hard time grabbing tiny borders. This is easy enough to fix, though, so may not require a wide-border version.
What I would love, however, is an alternate set of icons. I have always loved the icons on this otherwise very dated theme: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=13860

Much more sophisticated than underscore, box, X.

Any chance of that happening?

One last note: because of the shading, the close (x) button appears to be shifted one pixel to the left of the right border.

Keep up the great work, and thanks.


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 Re: Wish List

 
 by bettermentflux on: Jun 21 2006
 
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Edit for clarification: The one pixel shifting problems is only apparent on dark backgrounds. On light backgrounds it looks pixel-perfect.


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 Re: Wish List

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 22 2006
 
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thx!

first of all i'm thinking about making wider border version because i have problems with resizing too.:) How many pixel did you set to border width?

Secondly, i like the idea of alternative button icons. my personal opinion, that Sloth's icons is a little bit diverse. But i will make it once. Or, if you can use gimp, you can make it easy. See the m1a.png - m3i.png files (3 buttonicon - 4 state), They are transparent pics without the button, just the icon.

About the close button, it was worth one pixel right away, as far as i remember, but i will check it.

So thanks all the suggestions


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 Re: Re: Wish List

 
 by bettermentflux on: Jun 23 2006
 
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Thanks for the quick reply. I usually go with a border-size of 5 pixels. As an alternative to the icons included with the Sloth theme, the icons packaged with any of the Candido themes are also in keeping with the idea of simplicity with a touch of flair.

Cheers!


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 Re: Re: Re: Wish Lis

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 24 2006
 
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i'm sorry, but my english is far from perfect... i can't puzzle out that long, complex sentence. i checked candido themes, but i didnt find button icons, so i dont know what does it mean. can you simplify it?


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 Re: Re: Re: Wish Lis

 
 by Simzer on: Jun 24 2006
 
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i also misunderstanded the button shift thing, i thought that you refered to the close icon, but now i see the problem. so i just finished the last changes and now i have to work again... :)


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 Mplayer theme

 
 by gebil21 on: Jun 24 2006
 
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Very nice work, using mini version now, but please please please release that amazing mplayer theme!

Cheers


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