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 Unified / complete theme manag

 
 by farmfield on: Dec 17 2008
 
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Vote at: http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/15918/

How about being able to choose an OS X-theme and in one click you get the aqua-look, compiz-expo with spaces-look, the widget-layer, a suiting ikonset, a Safari-theme for Firefox and Cairo-Dock using an OS X-theme?

Or in one click be able to get a Vista-look complete with the desklets, an IE8-theme in Firefox, compiz set to mimic 'flip-3D' and the whole bloatness of it all?

Or how about a Borg-theme (the StarTrek species, not the tennisplayer) using StarTrek icons as well as changing the wallpapers and skydome to get that nasty Borg-cube when rotating the desktop cube - or a Borg-theme (the tennisplayer, not those weird folks I spoke of before) using the Compiz cube deformation plugin with the right desktop- and cubecap images to create a desktop-tennisball with 360-degree shot of Wimbledon arena as skydome...

So there's this guy who wants to check out GNU/Linux. During installation he get's the choice to choose which 'theme' he wants. He picks a Windows-like theme and this of coarse makes his transition to GNU/Linux easier. He uses the 'Ubuntu-art'-feature to download a wallpaper with a Corvette '58 as wallpaper.

His wife on the other hand, she uses a Mac in the office and always preferred that, she choose an OS X-like theme when creating her user account. Now, using fast user switching she goes from her husbands Windows-look and midlife-crisis-corvette-wallpaper to her OS X-like theme with that picture of her son in dipers as her background picture.

Their son, very irritated over his mothers choice of wallpaper, he on the other hand has that Borg-theme I mentioned above. Which? I'd guess the StarTrek-thingie - tennis is so 1980's...

To do this you'll need a theme-manager capable of making the GNOME-settings, capable installing a dock (like AWN or Cairo-Dock) or desklets. It must also be able to change the Firefox- as well as Compiz- and dock-themes - and all in one click...


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 Update contents

 
 by pauelmaco on: Dec 26 2008
 
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Hello

How I can update my contents?
I've tried with edit but it isn't the way.

Thanks for advanced


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 Re: Update contents

 
 by terminhell on: Feb 3 2009
 
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i had a similar problem. What i eventually realized is that you should clear your content cache. After you do that you should see any new changes made.


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 Metacity theme editor

 
 by tthurman on: Jan 12 2009
 
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Over on the Metacity blog http://blogs.gnome.org/metacity/ we've been throwing around ideas for development priorities. One of those ideas is a theme editor. We've also been discussing the next version of the theme format, and whether it should involve SVG.

I believe there's a lack of actual theme artists in the blog's audience, which is a shame when we're considering how theme files should work, so I thought I would suggest that anyone interested in writing or editing themes should be reading the blog.


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 Aussiz Spam

 
 by imaca2 on: Jan 16 2009
 
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There are many wallpapers and themes appearing (ususally a user with an Italian sounding name eg francesco sgroi)which are simply links to assieuz.com. Can you please delete this rubbish?


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 Its a sad day

 
 by linuxgurl13 on: Feb 2 2009
 
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But a spammer found their way onto the site. Screen-name: kitty19

I Googled part of the message and found similar messages that have been floating around the web with the same story, only the names and places change.
http://tinyurl.com/d9fyuw

I was wondering if there is anyway that one could go about reporting such a problem without having to spam the general discussion board with this information.


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 Re: Its a sad day

 
 by zeealice on: May 14 2011
 
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it is a bit weird for a site not to have a report abuse button n the forums :/


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 steps to install themes on ubu

 
 by ravindra on: Feb 7 2009
 
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Hi,

Can you provide steps to install themes
on Ubuntu 8.10.
thanks
Ravi


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 Re: steps to install themes on ubu

 
 by greenflash-gnome on: Feb 7 2009
 
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On the panel:
System> Preferences> Appearance
Then drag the file to this window.


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