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Splint

  

Metacity Theme

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Splint
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  7148
Submitted:  May 24 2007
Updated:  May 26 2007

Description:

A simple Metacity theme that uses the light-highlights and soft dark borders concept made popular by the Tango icon set.




Changelog:

Changed the text shadow to a text outline to be more compliant with the Tango style.




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 me.likes

 
 by op1ov on: May 24 2007
 
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me.likes


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 amazing.

 
 by acornejo on: May 24 2007
 
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WOW!

This is the first metacity that has left me completly pleased. It is amazing, it really has the tango look and feel. I believe this should be the official tango theme for metacity (and I am happy that it does not use any pixmaps).

I hope to see more work from you :)


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 great job

 
 by mavtek on: May 24 2007
 
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I like it. Smooth clean.

Out of curiousity, can you make a beryl version?


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 Re: great job

 
 by mavtek on: May 24 2007
 
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Just popped in using Heliodor. Damn, I like this one. Perfect.

I am using Splint-Left as my default.


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 Gorgeous

 
 by kjempe on: May 24 2007
 
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It really like it. It sort of adds some crispness to Gilouche.


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 Thumbs up!

 
 by donhare on: May 24 2007
 
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Just my style. Smooth, simple, clear. Thanks!


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 A third variation?

 
 by mavtek on: May 25 2007
 
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Could you possibly make a variation where are no left or right borders and bottom border?

Would be an interesting way to go


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 Re: A third variatio

 
 by BearOso on: May 26 2007
 
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I don't think the style works very well without any borders. You can see for yourself pretty easily by just opening the theme file and changing the widths you mention up at the top of the file.


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