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 Down with Vista-ish

 
 by freakcode on: Jan 31 2007
 
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Why not using the time making original themes instead of wasting it on zilions of Vista-ish themes?

Please! Everybody is getting sick of it... we need a fresh looking for Linux, not just a copy of Vista/Mac.

Vista/Mac looks cool? Sure. But let's learn with they skillfull designs to make a new one. I've seen the efforts of projects to create a unique and integrated looking for Linux desktops (e.g., Tango). But IMHO, they look totally square and childish, on an era of desktop eye-candy and "sleekness".

I hope the day when Windows/Mac users start porting themes from Linux. This is a good indicator that our themes are rocking.

Thanks ppl.

(PS: I don't want to sound like Im bothering)


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 Re: Down with Vista-

 
 by Goamaus on: Feb 5 2007
 
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Some Linux looks have already been ported to Windows... Clearlooks and Ubuntulooks have been available for WindowsBlinds and I even found Tango Icon Theme in IconPackager Format... found this last summer, when I needed "that other OS" on my notebook for some weeks :D


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 Re: Down with Vista-

 
 by Goamaus on: Feb 5 2007
 
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http://www.lynucs.org/index.php?screen_id=145555202044b0ddd0f2128&p=screen

The prove ;)


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 Themes

 
 by quirt33 on: Feb 5 2007
 
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What I want to see is more really eadical, all out, texturesed out, macish themes...I like them.


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 Re: Down with Vista-

 
 by KnuxT15 on: Mar 4 2007
 
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Do not forget the whole point of Linux: freedom. This includes the freedom to make Linux look like Windows/MacOS/BeOS/NeXT/GEM/OS2 Warp/PalmOS/Xerox/etc etc etc

You may not like the themes, but that does not mean you can pressure users into giving up their freedom to make Linux look however they want. Remember that: Linux is about freedom. You can't take it away.


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 Re: Re: Down with Vi

 
 by freakcode on: Jul 22 2007
 
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"Do not forget the whole point of Linux: freedom. This includes the freedom to make Linux look like Windows/MacOS/BeOS/NeXT/GEM/OS2 Warp/PalmOS/Xerox/etc etc etc"

Yeah, right. Make it looking like [PUT_OS_HERE] using ripped off copyrighted artwork.

You just showed that you know nothing about of the freedom concept of FOSS. Go read.


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 by freakcode on: Mar 18 2007
 
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"... but that does not mean you can pressure users into giving up their freedom to make Linux look however they want."

I'm not telling that. I dont have powers to give orders and set what people can and cannot do.

What I'm telling is that: THERE ARE ZILLIONS OF MAC/VISTA THEMES WITH NO CREATIVITY. Why not taking the time to create a unique look'n fell?

This doesn't mean I dislike porting themes too. I love some Mac themes ports, but there aren't a ZILLION of those, a ZILLION people ripping it off. No, its just one or maybe two ports from the same theme.

Remeber all those themes are rip-off, copyright infrigenment themes, always getting high scores. And people trying to create a unique theme gets suffocated by this pile of ****.

If this keeps on, it's sure that *true* themers are will be moving to *truly* customization sites.


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 Amen !!

 
 by integer on: Mar 28 2007
 
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GNU definition of freedom is: freedom to modify, copy and distribute already GNU/GPLd works.

GPLd in the sense of: People doing shared and judicious work by their own. Not copying all the teletubie stuff of some one else.

One theme doesn't hurts, but all the people following the mainstream doesn't make any sense.

The modern definition of freedom was also thought by E. Kant upon the base of reasoning and making universalized judgments properly, which is named "Autonomy".

So FREEDOM meant "think for yourself"!


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 Re: .

 
 by Jip on: May 15 2007
 
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I do share your feeling, freakcode, I always find the vista/mac ports not as good as the originals. I don't know why people spend their time on doing these bad clones (including me!).
The problem must be that it is difficult to create a nice and original theme ?
Apart from Clearlooks, I don't see many nice themes around, I don't like murrine at all while people tends to like it given the number of themes based on this engine. That's why I create my own themes, this way I get almost what I want. When I don't like them anymore, I try to do something better or different.
I wish there would be more professional designers working the themeing to improve the linux look or even better, to create a linux look !


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 fingerprint

 
 by carlyno on: Apr 17 2007
 
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Hello, I'm trying to get the fingerprint usplash theme working. I followed this [url=https://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=40914&group_id=187765]how-to[/url]
I now get some kind of splash, with the proper resolution, but the pictures are missing. Actually I did download [CURRENT] 0.1 Stable version of this usplash, at gnome-look.org: a directory with the missing pictures!! the question is where am I suppose to store this directory, so the pictures are loaded with usplash ?


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 fingerprint

 
 by carlyno on: Apr 17 2007
 
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Hello, I'm trying to get the fingerprint usplash theme working. I followed this [url=https://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?docid=40914&group_id=187765]how-to[/url]
I now get some kind of splash, with the proper resolution, but the pictures are missing. Actually I did download [CURRENT] 0.1 Stable version of this usplash, at gnome-look.org: a directory with the missing pictures!! the question is where am I suppose to store this directory, so the pictures are loaded with usplash ?


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 Re: fingerprint

 
 by Embrace on: Jul 1 2007
 
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Try the new alpha...your problem is probably caused by the non-quiet mode you set-up on your grub config.


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 Identify Icon Theme

 
 by whonicca on: Apr 21 2007
 
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http://www.zshare.net/image/screenshot-png-xu2.html

can someone please help me identify this icon theme. I had it installed b4 i upgraded my system and now I cant find it again. Thanks in advance.


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 Re: Identify Icon Th

 
 by kpolice on: Apr 24 2007
 
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crystal clear


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 Re: Re: Identify Ico

 
 by whonicca on: Apr 24 2007
 
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Is there a crystal clear theme set that has silver/grey folders, the theme im looking for had silver or grey folders.

All of the crystal clear themes I have ran into have the shiny blue folder icons.

Thanks for your reply.


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 copyright issue?

 
 by daub on: May 21 2007
 
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Hi,

I'm looking for a gdm theme. This theme was called "Sexy" or so. I know what you guys think :). But that was not that cheap
pinup girl stuff. On the background wallpaper you saw a woman with black teasing underwear. It looks very gallant. I could not found it here anymore.


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