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Downloads:  1139
Submitted:  Dec 5 2007
Updated:  Dec 5 2007

Description:

This is a extension of nouvext 2.2
This was created because many themes stopped working when i upgraded to 7.10 ubuntu
It is mixture of many themes
oxygen-gnome
leopard_icons_v0.3a
black-white

to-do
-rhythmbox tray icon uses default tango icon instead of the black icon
in apps (need to google)
-deskbar icon replace with oxygen search icon (need to google)
-gtango waiting for it either to replace this theme with it or cut copy paste its part
-need to change application quit icon
-battery tray icon need to find black icon replacements


credits
to the authors of the above theme for there work i have just copied and pasted from there flawless work.

please give suggestion to help improve it further



License:
same as the icons themes derived from the further details check the source themes

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 Tip

 
 by freakcode on: Dec 5 2007
 
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Put a rhythmbox icon on apps, scaled down to 16x16, 22x22, 32x32 and so on. This way, GNOME will use those icons to fit on the panel with the right size. That will work.


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 install your themes

 
 by ilg on: Dec 5 2007
 
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hi. im newbie in linux, and need your help to install theme. how do i do that?
(i have used appearance install theme, but
it don't show up).

thanks a lot


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 Re: install your the

 
 by tommohawk on: Dec 5 2007
 
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Just open the appearance properties box and simply drag the downloaded file from the desktop (or wherever) into the appearance box.

There is no need to extract the files or click on install theme. Just drag and drop. It will install the icon theme automatically and then ask you if you want to apply it.


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 Dock

 
 by Stormtorch on: Dec 5 2007
 
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Hey,

which dock do you use? how do you installed it? i only found some docks with nearly no functions, so i stopped my search.


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 Re: Dock

 
 by respite on: Dec 6 2007
 
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That dock is awn.
https://launchpad.net/awn

What gtk and metacity themes are those in the screenshot?


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 Re: Re: Dock

 
 by Stormtorch on: Dec 8 2007
 
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Thank you. I just installed it and it's working perfect. :)


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 theme

 
 by pali on: Dec 7 2007
 
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theme is murrine based graphite and metacity is murrine
thanks for the rhythmbox tip


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 dock

 
 by pali on: Dec 7 2007
 
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dock is awn it is really nice with stacks like feature and some great developers behind it
http://njpatel.blogspot.com/
this is the blog of the creator of awn gives u a glimpse a future shape of gnome a interesting read


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