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Neutronium DeepBlack

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Neutronium DeepBlack
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  36793
Submitted:  Mar 6 2007
Updated:  Feb 1 2008

Description:

A dark and simple gtk-theme.

big screenshot
http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs224&d=08055&f=2008-02-01864.png

note
As of version 1.0 this is not a murrine-theme anymore! I got tired of the murrine-look so I switched completely to pixmaps.
I hope you like the look of the new buttons, scrollbars etc! :)

new
I've included media-control-icons for gtk that matches the Neutronium DeepBlack Style.
To use them just copy the content of the 'icons' folder to the theme dir of your current icon-theme (~/.icons/*theme*).




Changelog:

v1.2
+ metacity theme
+ kde color scheme
+ mumbles theme
+ pidgin screenlet theme
+ small theme changes
+ fixes for known issues (README)

v1.1
+ brighter progress bar
+ new sliders
+ media-control-icons

v1.0
+ now uses the pixmap engine




LicenseGPL
(Beryl - Neutronium DeepBlack)
(xfwm4 - Deep Black Neutronium by Ozsy)
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 +1

 
 by freakcode on: Jul 2 2007
 
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Simply good.


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 Excellent!

 
 by auntaunt on: Jul 5 2007
 
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Thanx for making this Murrine independent sen! Me too got tired of Murrine for sometime now! This is one of my favorite dark themes, without a doubt!


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 Very Nice

 
 by opeth115 on: Jul 6 2007
 
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Very VERY nice theme... i really love how everything is just perfect lol... would u point me to that wallpaper in the 2nd screen shot though?


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 Re: Very Nice

 
 by sen7 on: Jul 6 2007
 
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ftp://sen.homelinux.org/wall/field.png

Sry, can't remember where I got it...


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 Installation Problem

 
 by Zehuti on: Jul 6 2007
 
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I'm fairly new to Linux, and am having some problems installing themes, I've tried multiple themes from this site, and always get the same error, I love the look of this theme and would love to use it :)

It always says that it's not a tar.gz or tar archive when I select it from the "Install" list or drag it, any help would be appreciated.

Thanks


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 Re: Installation Pro

 
 by auntaunt on: Jul 6 2007
 
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Can you be more specific? What OS do u use? and what version of Gnome? If dragging the zipped file to the Theme Manager doesn't work, then extract the contents from the zip file and move the folder to your local them folder, which shud be /home/[your user name]/.themes

Note: Some themes uploaded here will have multiple styles! So you have to install them individually!

Hope that helps!


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 Re: Installation Pro

 
 by sen7 on: Jul 6 2007
 
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You can install gtk-themes manually by extracting the theme-archive to '~/.themes'.

To do that create a folder called '.themes' (with the dot in front) in the home directory of your user. Then open the theme.tar.gz with an Archive Manager (file-roller, squeeze etc.) and extract it to the '.theme' dir. Now open the gnome-theme-manager (if you use gnome) and click on 'customize'. The theme will now be available in the 'controls' tab.


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 Re: Re: Installation

 
 by Zehuti on: Jul 6 2007
 
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Hey, thanks for the quick responses. I'm using Ubuntu 7.04, and Gnome 2.18.1, the second poster's method worked for me, I'll keep the multiple styles condition in mind >.>


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 Nice update!

 
 by koshu on: Jul 7 2007
 
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The visibility in the theme is much better now, and I noticed some speed improvements. Keep up the good work!

Btw, which network applet are you using the bottom panel (which indicates the upload and download speed?).


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 Re: Nice update!

 
 by sen7 on: Jul 8 2007
 
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It's called netspeed: http://www.wh-hms.uni-ulm.de/~mfcn/netspeed/


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 Well Done

 
 by corrosivemisery on: Jul 8 2007
 
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At first, I wasn't sure I agreed with your choice of moving away from the Murrine engine. But yeah, very impressed; great work!


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