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BiSOFT-GTK3 dark Edition

   MacFrame ver.14dark  

Cinnamon Theme

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BiSOFT-GTK3 dark Edition
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  4979
Submitted:  Feb 20 2012
Updated:  Jan 21 2013

Description:

Maybe the best dark theme from my collection ...
metacity-1 / win frame : MacOS like from MeditaranianNight theme (thanx for the support !!!) ...
GTK-2 and GTK-3 rebuild for LinuxMint-14 Nadia + uncludes Unity and Gnome Shell for Ubuntu 12.10 + new xfce with MacOS for Mint-14 xfce :)
Suitable with my Icon-Pack :

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=148521

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Packed :
1.metacity-1 / 3 for the frames MacOS like & Win7-like (green-blue type);
2.gtk-2;
3.gtk-3;
4.gnome-shell 3.6;
5.cinnamon 1.6.1 (ready for Nadia);
6.unity 12.10;
7.xfce support;
8.bisoft-cursors

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BiSOFT-GTK3 dark Edition - now with MacOS frame, ready for Maya (LinuxMint-13) and fully compatible with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

many bugs fixed in colors and sizes,
changed the metacity-1 pack to black edition.
Cinnamon 1.4 based on Maya RC (yet) edition ...

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BiSOFT -> Dark Edition for Gnome Shell => BiSOFT-G3d; Updated Cinnamon 1.4
It's inspired by the Mint DarkGlass and my previous theme BiSOFT-G3g :

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/BiSOFT-G3G%2C+Win7%2CGreen+Project?content=148985

The new here is the updated Cinnamon-1.4; Gnome-Shell supports GTK-3.2 and I still keep the green line;
included :

1.metacity-1 / 3 for the frames - Win7-like (green-blue type);
2.gtk-2.x;
3.gtk-3.2;
4.gnome-shell;
5.cinnamon 1.4;
6.unity;
7.bisoft-cursors
etc.

Have a nice day ...
Good Luck :)




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 the dark cinnamon theme is awesome.....

 
 by rvc-2011 on: Feb 21 2012
 
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the dark cinnamon theme is awesome champ !


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 Re: the dark cinnamon theme is awesome.....

 
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I'm glad you like it :) I have paid special attention to the Cinnamon 1.3, updated it to the latest state /Feb.18 Clem's edition/ and I think we are on the top now, my friend, aren't we :) ?!
Nevertheless, I have some problems with the buttons on the bottom taskbar of Mint-12 in Gnome-Shell mode : they are not as I like them to be ?! In Ubuntu 11.10 and it's Unity everything is OK, I've tested already ...
Can you give a help, Champ on this issue ?


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 i do not know how install it

 
 by mirage1 on: Apr 2 2013
 
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there is my problem ^ dude. could you explain me the way please? I'm a newby on this kind of stuff. thanks :)


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 Re: i do not know how install it

 
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OK I will try to explain you:

1. COMMON WAY :
Switch your filebrowser (Nautilus, Nemo, Thunar, Dolphin, which is your default one) 'View' -> 'show hidden files' = ON to see the hidden directories; on any Linux you may put my theme into directory :
/home/{username}/.themes
... where {username} is your name of user during registration. If there is no such directory, you must make it -> run Terminal and type :
mkdir ~/.theme
don't need to be sudo, but it should be hidden (with {.} before 'themes'); then expand (just double click on my file) the contents of the archive into :
/home/{username}/.themes
and you are done; now you may change to my theme in the system settings.

2. ADVANCED WAY :
First become SuperUser -> type in the Terminal :
sudo su -
... type your password ...
Do the same things - expand my stuff, but into directory :
/usr/share/themes
... it should be already opened;
The difference is that now, the theme becomes intergrated into your Linux and is available for any user on your pc, which I definately prefer.

Good Luck !!!


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