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Wii-Black

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 72%
Wii-Black
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  157633
Submitted:  Sep 15 2006
Updated:  Oct 2 2006

Description:

An attempt to port the "Wii - Black" WindowBlinds theme made by tienano at deviantART: http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/38686803/

Lots of kudos to that guy! :)

It's not supposed to be a direct clone, but rather an adaption of it for GTK2.

I am no longer working on this theme. There will be no more updates.

Enjoy! :)




Changelog:

There were some problems with the server this theme was hosted on. Gnome-look only offers to host one file per theme page, and I didn't want to split the parts on diffrent pages. Now all parts (Metacity, Cgwd and GTK2) are in one tarball.

0.5, Metacity theme is now included along with the GTK2 pack.
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0.4, Some minor pixmap changes. I also added a "Start-icon" for the gnome-panel. You should just need to add it to $HOME/.icons/theme-name/scalable/places/start-here.svg
White line issue in Nautilus is now fixed, thanks to h-milch.
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0.3, I just saw on a friend's computer that the theme looks *too* dark on old monitors, so I brightened it up a bit.
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0.2, Made active tabs a bit brighter, polished some pixmaps and changed a font colour that was wrong. Problems mentioned in 0.1 are still present though. :(
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First release, 0.1. There is an annoying white line at the top of the scrollbar in Nautilus. Haven't found a solution yet...
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Known issues:
Buttons checkboxes and text fields in Firefox don't look too good (hard to read sometimes).

If anyone knows how to fix this, please tell me!




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 wii icons :(

 
 by hadiriazi on: May 14 2007
 
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hello there,

Please create wii icon set too.
Thank you

here is a wallpaper to go with it :)
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ubuntu+Wii?content=58284


enjoy
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 Like the theme, but

 
 by Spaceman3750 on: Jul 20 2007
 
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I would like to make it so that the text fields in FireFox are white with black text again, not black/teal. I have tried editing the option that tells FireFox whether or not to use the desktop theme, but it still does it. Advice?


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 Re: Like the theme,

 
 by fishnplay on: Aug 16 2007
 
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This theme is great.congratulations.
- I had the same issue, so my solution was to
start firefox, go to
edit
preferences
content
colors.
Then you need to untick the box saying "use system colours"
restart firefox.
then you can read the web pages in standard colour.
Thats it.#


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 Really Nice!

 
 by sacredforce on: Jul 23 2007
 
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really nice theme! Good work!

Though sometimes the color themes makes certain things hard to read, such as it changes the font color or the background color of certain websites. Try look at yahoo mails login site: mail.yahoo.com , it seems like the whole background is dark grayish, and the smaller words are unreadable. I'm unfamiliar with how these themes settings work, otherwise I sure would like to help you make this even better :/

But nonetheless, this theme is absolutely awesome :D


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 Hi there!

 
 by makinasvp on: Aug 17 2007
 
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I purposely registered here just to tell you how much I love your theme. I use it on both my desktop and my laptop.
Thank you so much!!!


-Makina
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 Nice Theme!

 
 by Shadowrunner340 on: Aug 22 2007
 
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But I have a question. How did you get the windows and all that to have that glow to them?

And also that "faded" look on non-focused windows?

Thanks, and again, great theme!


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 Thunderbird 2 proble

 
 by ashrael on: Oct 31 2007
 
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Hi, i like the theme, but whenever i try to compose a mail...thunderbird dies! i change back to human theme, no problems, so there is something not quite in order somewhere... Any ideas? anybody?

Ashrael


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