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Aurora Leopard BSM


GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Aurora Leopard BSM

Aurora Leopard BSM

Aurora Leopard BSM

Downloads:  166862
Submitted:  Oct 30 2008
Updated:  Feb 27 2009


Aurora Leopard BSM is released!
The theme needs Aurora Engine.

The package include 3 themes: Classic, Light and Dark. (Light and Dark don't appear in screenshots)

To make panel like screenshots, try do this:
1 - Install GTK theme.
2 - Install Icons theme.
3 - Right click on blank space on panel
4 - Click on "Properties" menu item
5 - Click on "Background" tab
6 - Click on "Background image"
7 - Click on open button
8 - Browse to "~/.themes/Aurora Leopard BSM/gtk-2.0/Panel"
9 - Select file "panel-bg1.png".
10 - Click on "Open" and close dialog.

To make metacity like screenshots, try do this:
1 - Press "Alt + F2"
2 - Type "gconf-editor" and press "Enter"
3 - Browse to "Apps -> metacity -> general"
4 - On right panel, double click on "button_layout"
5 - Change the value to "close,minimize,maximize:menu"
6 - Press "OK"

Warning: The Dark theme's BETA yet, and can have bugs. If you find/fix one, please send me a suggestion.

All suggestions're welcome, please leave your vote and a comment.



-------------February, 25, 2009----------
0.3 - New sidebar's color, toolbar's style, button's colors and menu's style and colors. 3 in 1: three themes in one package, very easy to install! Include Classic, Light and Dark theme.

-------------December, 30, 2008----------
0.2 - Fixed arrow size (small arrows now)

-------------November, 7, 2008-----------
0.1 - First Release

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 Editing gkrc

 by omureadhaigh on: Mar 11 2009
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I am using this theme currently and I love it.
I am using my own transparent image as my panel image though, and I prefer darker desktop backgrounds.
I'm a noob to theme editing, so I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to change the panel text color from black to white.

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 Re: Editing gkrc

 by brunomarquesbr on: Mar 11 2009
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Thanks for the comment. Did you try use the Aurora Leopard BSM Dark?

The dark version's font's white.

But, if you wanna use the gray version, try do this:

1. Open GTKRC file (~/.themes/Aurora Leopard BSM/gtk-2.0/gtkrc)

2. Go to line 406.(ythickness = 3) Create a new line after that.

3. Paste this:
fg[NORMAL] = "#ffffff"
fg[ACTIVE] = "#fffff"
fg[PRELIGHT] = "#fffff"
fg[SELECTED] = "#fffff"
fg[INSENSITIVE] = "#ffffff"

The "#ffffff" equals white. You can change this for other color, like gray (#ededed) red (#ff0000) or pink (#ff00ff). Use the RGB hex code.

4. Save file and exit. Maybe a logout and login will be necessary.

PS.: The GNOME BAR (Application, Places, System) is a button, and the font will have the color of button's fonts, not the color of panel's fonts. I can't fix it yet. You can use the Menu Applet, it show only a icon.

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 Re: Re: Editing gkrc

 by omureadhaigh on: Mar 11 2009
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Thanks! Worked on window list and the clock. I'll figure out how to get the global-menu to match eventually.

For anyone who references this comment thread later and doesn't understand hex, make sure you use six F's for all the aforementioned fields.

Thanks again!

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 compatible with human-controls

 by Dadsge on: Mar 18 2009
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could you make the scroll bar's compatible with the human-controls?
because i think they look better then the ones in the package :)


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 Re: compatible with human-controls

 by brunomarquesbr on: Mar 18 2009
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Ok. I'll try. Thanks for suggestion.

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 Re: Re: compatible with human-controls

 by Dadsge on: Mar 19 2009
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no, thanks to you for this wonderful package ^^

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 Rename White on White

 by specialblend on: Apr 13 2009
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I love the dark theme, the only problem I am having is when I rename files, the font is white and the background is light grey. Just a small issue but would be awesome to fix

Thanks for the great themes!

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 bad design

 by rassen on: May 10 2009
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why you don't make the selection box / checkbox / and more UI Control like MacOS ?

i only see the scrollbar. :|

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 dark fixed buttons

 by osalas on: May 23 2009
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i just fixed the buttons from the dark theme


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 Detailed howto

 by lajosd on: Mar 4 2010
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Hello, what a beautiful theme you've made! Congratulations & Thanks!

I've made up a detailed how-to as part of my Ubuntu-series on my blog, hope someone finds it useful! See it here:


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 Re: Detailed howto

 by lajosd on: Mar 5 2010
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I've moved the detailed howto to a separate article at


Cheers! Lajos

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