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 tangoish input elements?

 
 by publicradio on: Nov 3 2009
 
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Hello,

I am looking for some nice checkboxes and radio buttons. I really like Tango and other icon sets like it, but none of them I have found come with styled input elements.

Does anyone know where i can find this? thanks a bunch.


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 I think Gnome-look needs

 
 by TheWarHawk on: Nov 3 2009
 
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I think Gnome-look should add a section for google chrome themes, it's pretty stable on Gnome now and it looks awesome when themed


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 cursers

 
 by chinesetickler on: Nov 6 2009
 
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i am looking for cursers for unbuntu were can i get them from


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 Re: cursers

 
 by Padster on: Nov 7 2009
 
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gnome-look.org

under X11 Mouse Themes


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 Re: Re: cursers

 
 by chinesetickler on: Nov 8 2009
 
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ok i got that downloaded a cursor from x11 themes downloaded the one i liked but cant seem to apply it. the ony thing that seemed to download was the information for the cursor can you give me a step to step guid on how to download from gnome look .org i would be ever so greatfull


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 Re: Re: Re: cursers

 
 by Padster on: Nov 8 2009
 
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if it's a .tar.gz file:
1. right click on the desktop and go to "change desktop background". (i know this is the background, but all the theming stuff is in the same window)
2. go to the theme tab.
3. click "install".
4. browse to the .tar.gz file and open it. (this should install it, if a box comes up saying "do you want to apply this theme now?" or something like that hit "yes", if not, go to step 5)
5. click "customize"
6. go to the "pointer" tab.
7. select your cursor, and you're done.
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i know that looks like a lot, but basically right click on the desktop and open the appearance preferences, go to themes, install the cursor, then select it in customize.

hope that helps :-)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: cursers

 
 by chinesetickler on: Nov 8 2009
 
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i dont have the tar.gz file were can i get it from


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: cursers

 
 by chinesetickler on: Nov 8 2009
 
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it ok i have found it and everything is working fine yay it not as complicated as i once thought still new to ubuntu but im getting there slowly a hell of a lot better than windows


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: cursers

 
 by Padster on: Nov 8 2009
 
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i was thinking of saying if it was another compressed format to extract it.
if it was a deb, just install it and select it from the menu, as well.

btw, what type of file did u have?
and, ya, it is a LOT better than windows >:-)


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 Request for theme suggestions

 
 by gnominal on: Nov 7 2009
 
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Hi folks,

I'm a functional guy, not particularly into eye-candy. Here's what I'm looking for:

1. I want windows to have a 1-pixel border that is black if the window has focus, gray otherwise.

2. I want no title bar or other bordering than the basic 1-pixel border.

3. I want to specify a background and foreground color for windows.

4. I want to use Alt-<Mouse-Left> to move a window.

5. I want to use Alt-<Mouse-right> to resize a window, preferably resizing based on the octant of the window where it's initiated.

6. I want to use Alt-F4 to Close the window.

7. I want to use Alt-F3 to provide a menu to do things like minimize, maximize, close, etc.

8. Preferably, I'd like to specify these features on an application basis---that is, thin borders on terminal windows, regular on other types
of windows.

Is there a theme on which I can very easily build this functionality? What would be the easiest theme to adapt this to? Thanks much for any thoughts you have that would let me implement this form.



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 Request for theme suggestions

 
 by gnominal on: Nov 7 2009
 
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Hi folks,

I'm a functional guy, not particularly into eye-candy. Here's what I'm looking for:

1. I want windows to have a 1-pixel border that is black if the window has focus, gray otherwise.

2. I want no title bar or other bordering than the basic 1-pixel border.

3. I want to specify a background and foreground color for windows.

4. I want to use Alt-<Mouse-Left> to move a window.

5. I want to use Alt-<Mouse-right> to resize a window, preferably resizing based on the octant of the window where it's initiated.

6. I want to use Alt-F4 to Close the window.

7. I want to use Alt-F3 to provide a menu to do things like minimize, maximize, close, etc.

8. Preferably, I'd like to specify these features on an application basis---that is, thin borders on terminal windows, regular on other types
of windows.

Is there a theme on which I can very easily build this functionality? What would be the easiest theme to adapt this to? Thanks much for any thoughts you have that would let me implement this form.



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 gnome wallpaper

 
 by dzon65 on: Nov 13 2009
 
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This is a long shot.I used to have this wallpaper and I can't find it anymore.It was the gnome foot in mat black and 3D with the toes pointing towards the screen let's say.The rest of the wallpaper was mainly white(ish).It used to be available in a couple of resolutions.
Perhaps anyone knows this.


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