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Submitted:  Jan 22 2008
Updated:  Jun 3 2008

Description:

PLEASE RATE IT AFTER DOWNLOAD!!!

HARDY MARIUX 2.0!

Upgraded!

Now quicker and lighter than 1.1!

New Emerald Themes(Standard and OSX-like edition)
New AWN theme
New GTK theme
and much more...


Enjoy! Comment and suggestions are very welcome!

THEME:
This theme is a proposal for the artwork of the current Ubuntu release, Hardy Heron.


It is a complete theme pack:

Features:
*Gtk theme
*AWN Theme
*Emerald theme
*GDM theme
*conky theme
*Icons
*Firefox Theme
*Wallpaper
*Compiz Fusion Settings
*Skydome

Installation howto into the readme

Thanks to Murrina-Dark by Xanderoby.
Thanks to darknoize for the emerald buttons.
Thanks to the mockup by willwill100:http://willwill100.deviantart.com/art/Ubuntu-Mockup-Hardy-Heron-74511244


Enjoy!!

Comments and suggestions are welcome!




Changelog:

-13/05/08
DEBIAN PACKAGE AVAILABLE!
Install the theme with only one click!
(tested on Ubuntu 7.10 - Works perfectly)

-1/05/08
RELEASED 2.0 Version

-12/02/2008-
Added Emerald 1.1, so the version of the theme now is 1.1

-11/02/2008-
FIRST STABLE 1.0 RELEASE

-06/02/2008-
Added conky theme

-01/02/2008
Added Compiz Fusion Settings (a compiz fusion profile with a selection of effects)

-26/01/2008-

Added GDM Theme. Based on Glossy Human GDM

-23/01/2008-

now this theme is integrative part of the official Artwork/Incoming/Hardy/Alternate:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Incoming/Hardy/Alternate/Mariux_Phoenix_Theme?highlight=%28artwork%29




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 Nice colors but...

 
 by zethriller on: Jan 23 2008
 
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The color theme choosed is mostly great. Black for window borders, menubar and others, good choice, and nice buttons. But the light brown/orange (it's sort of intermediate tint in face) used for the windows background and "url bar", I can't help it, I doesn't like it at all. Althrough I'm used to non-standard color-schemes, mostly black/dark blue/indigo, I feel something is wrong with these colors.
I know part of Ubuntu's signature is to use such colors (and one of my first goal after Ubuntu's installation is change completely the theme ^^), but here, they simply doesn't fit together !
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Uh oh, there... what am I seeing ? Some yellow folders cloned from some "other operating system" -koff-, and just slightly "hue/saturation"-ed ? Come on, be serious... Any distro of linux IS NOT intended to look like other os family, I mean Apple products and Windows especially. So I will ever prefer the "Humility" icon set from Gutsy among the default and Ubuntu-specific ones.
So... here is what I could say about it. Take this as a personnal opinion from a skin-maniac ;)


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 Re: Nice colors but.

 
 by Mariux on: Jan 23 2008
 
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thanks for your comment!

Yeah how surely you have noticed it's a 0.9 version so I'm stil developing it. Goals for the 1.0 release are:
*find a new icon set
*create/edit a GDM theme
*change the buttons in the emerald theme
*modify the palette so non-selected text will become visible (now the color is the same for text and windows background)

If someone wants to give a hand it would be great!!!


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 Re: Re: Nice colors

 
 by Xanderoby on: Jan 23 2008
 
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I am making a iconset based Tango and orange / black, it may interest search Blangerine ..

:)


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice colors

 
 by DanRabbit on: Jan 25 2008
 
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well, not to toot my my own horn as well but...

Elementary Icons is in a decent state, and it has a pretty fair rating, so I think I'm doing pretty good

Find it at http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Elementary+Icons?content=73439


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 I can't download it

 
 by najmudin on: Jan 23 2008
 
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every time i try to download the file i get errors , would you please upload it in another site like zshare.net or as you like.


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 When???

 
 by cmost on: Jan 23 2008
 
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When are Ubuntu people going to finally get off the Orange / Brown / dark theming mentality? Dark brown swirly wallpaper; bright garish orange icons... where does it end? It's a "love it" or "hate it" proposition. I for one, hate it! A more pleasing compromise is in order. If your theme should become the Hardy standard, it will be the first thing to go upon booting the system.


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 Re: When???

 
 by Xanderoby on: Jan 23 2008
 
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What's wrong with the orange / black?

Better the obsolete blue / white ~ green / blue?

It seems to me that your contributions are all on the green style Mint ..

Gnome-look is full of themes, choose what you prefer, without pontificate on Ubuntu's users ..

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 Re: When???

 
 by OzzyFrank on: Jan 26 2008
 
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People with "earthy" attitudes find it appealing. As pointed out, people can change the look totally straight after installation. If Ubuntu changed their colours totally, it's a fair bet many people wouldn't like that either. So I guess it really comes under the banner of "get over it".


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 Re: Re: When???

 
 by auntaunt on: Jan 26 2008
 
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Quote:
So I guess it really comes under the banner of "get over it".


Righto! Fellow Ozzy here m8!


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 No thanks please

 
 by ripfox on: Jan 26 2008
 
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This is like a gimpy Vista theme. Please, why does everyone want to copy vista glossy black crap...it looks like the worst color combination ever with the brown anyways. Sorry...


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 Re: No thanks please

 
 by Mariux on: Jan 27 2008
 
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Sorry if my theme hurted your sensibility.. I didn't intend to ;-P

However how surely you've noticed the guidelines for Hardy Heron's artwork are of black/brown/orange colours, so it'll be something similar to my theme i guess..


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 Nice colors but...

 
 by zethriller on: Jan 27 2008
 
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That makes days I've been trying to improve your theme, with small operations with the screenshots. Maybe you shoud try what some shemes like these give inside a real Linux GTK theme:

Dark one:

Window borders: black, glossy (sorry for "vista-allergic" people here...)
Toolbar background: Maybe a green/yellow tint, not too saturated should do. Just try it, I don't really know for this one.
Window background: Mmmh, many choices for this one. Try with a mix of grey and yellow/orange (near #FFCC00, less bright)
Text: maroon, quite black
Highlighted text: BG: dark grey FG:orange
Scrollbars: black with gloss, tint with a very small amount of blue.

Bright one:
Window borders: same as existing Human Theme, maybe the hue factor could be nearer from yellow than maroon.
Toolbar background: black, with a little amount of green
Toolbar text: bright yellow
Window background: pastel tint, maroon/orange.
Text: black or deep grey.
Highlighted text: BG: very deep red, FG: bright orange
Scrollbars: I don't really know, I am thinking about twilight/sunset colors, but not too bright, they mustn't be aggressive to keep eyes focused on the main part.

See:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Kalahari+Ubuntu?content=69245
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/ubuntu+masai+II?content=71791


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 Re: Nice colors but.

 
 by Mariux on: Jan 27 2008
 
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Thanks for this, next days I'll be working on this, maybe creating a new different theme from Hardy Theme.

The GDM and the Wallpaper are awesome. (notice that I add a GDM Theme based on Glossy Human too!)


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 Not a theme file !?!

 
 by threethirty on: Jan 31 2008
 
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am I the only one that cant get this bloody thing to install? In both gusty and hardy it tells me that this is not a theme file, i tried tar.bz2-ing it and nodda. am I the only one having issues with this?


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 Re: Not a theme file

 
 by Mariux on: Feb 1 2008
 
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Before Installing, you have to untar the Hardy-Mariux.tgz file, then into the Hardy -Mariux Directory you'll find a readme about installation. ;-)


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 Re: Re: Not a theme

 
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i followed that and it still didnt work. In both gutsy and hardy there is no app called theme in system-> prefs, and the app that is there "Appearance" can't find a usable file.


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 Re: Re: Re: Not a th

 
 by Mariux on: Feb 1 2008
 
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After you put Hardy-Mariux in your home/.themes dir, open

"Appearance"-> Theme -> Customize-> Controls

then select "Hardy". Your GTK theme is now ready.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Not

 
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I still can't get it to work :( and i really like this theme too. i wish that someone would make a reconstructor image with this theme as the default, because i must have something on my system that hates this theme


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 strange

 
 by Mariux on: Feb 4 2008
 
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Very strange. However i'm planning a reconstructed Ubuntu release with this theme as default.. when I'll do it I'll inform you!


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