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Blended Human

   0.7  

XMMS Theme

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Blended Human
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  11170
Submitted:  Oct 2 2005
Updated:  Nov 6 2005

Description:

A Skin for Beep Media Player and XMMS inspired by the Blended Metacity-Theme and Clearlooks.

The different colour-variants are supposed to match the
- human
- human in blue
- milk
- quicksilver brown
- graphite
colour-schemes

This skin had its beginning as a modification of Clearsky. Thanks for this excellent work!

INSTALLATION:
There is now only one tarball, containing all versions.
Untar the file into ~/.bmp/skins/




Changelog:

0.7
Added graphite colour version

0.6
Added Clearlooks-Milk colour version

0.5
Added Human colour version

0.4
Added XMMS-specific buttons

0.3
Improved fonts in equalizer
Corrected colors in equalizer and playlist
Added rounded upper corners
Added second version with borders

0.2
Reworked equalizer
Improved some fonts
Smaller bug-fixes

0.1
Initial release.
This release in not yet supposed to work with any ther player properly than BMP.




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 cool, but..

 
 by mxt on: Oct 2 2005
 
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It's really a very nice skin.
But I think it's really strange that nobody has made yet a skin for simply standard ClearLooks. Human is nice, and so is DeepBlue, but the standard color scheme has a bigger user base..


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 Re: cool, but..

 
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I've always thought that to be strange as well. Also that there's not a gdm, splash, gkrellm etc.... After all, if clearlooks is the new default where's the unified interface? The Gnome2.12 splash more matches the clearlooks-cairo color which may or may not change.
hmm....maybe there's not as many people using the default as you think?


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 Re: Re: cool, but..

 
 by gmeier on: Oct 2 2005
 
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I guess, most people are using their distributions default theme, but not the gnome one.


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 Re: Re: cool, but..

 
 by mxt on: Oct 2 2005
 
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IMHO the Gnome community should work first of all on the accepted standards. Then it can concentrate on options and customizations (clearlooks big pack rocks !)


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 Re: cool, but..

 
 by gnomonkey on: Oct 2 2005
 
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There is an xmms skin for Clearlooks Deep Sky called ClearSky:

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=23334


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 Re: cool, but..

 
 by gnomonkey on: Oct 2 2005
 
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Oh, and I almost forgot. There is also a gkrellm theme that matches Clearlooks called "Clearkrell" around here somewhere.


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 border

 
 by bvc on: Oct 2 2005
 
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Could we get a border? Both the Blended Metacity and ClearSky XMMS have borders but this does not and it blends (no pun intended) too much with other windows as a result. Thx for the theme!


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 Re: border

 
 by gmeier on: Oct 2 2005
 
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I already thougt about adding one, but as you can see on the second screenshot, there is some kind of border if you use shadows on the windows. For all those people who don't want to use this experimental stuff I will add a border in the next release.


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 Re: Re: border

 
 by bvc on: Oct 4 2005
 
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thank you!!!


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 Re: border

 
 by gmeier on: Oct 2 2005
 
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ok, the border is done and will be published soon. what I need to find out first is, how to get round shaped corners working, as I changed this, too. so if anybody knows, please tell me.


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 Clearsky

 
 by denisesballs on: Oct 6 2005
 
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How is this not the same thing as Clearsky?


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 Re: Clearsky

 
 by gmeier on: Oct 7 2005
 
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different borders, different colours...
they are both clearlooks design-copys anyway, ok. there were some things about clearsky I didn't like, so i created this skin.


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 Clearlooks-BROWN?

 
 by john007 on: Oct 7 2005
 
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What about a brown version with the Clearlooks-Quicksilver colour scheme to match http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=29858?

Would be highly appreciated... ;-)


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 Re: Clearlooks-BROWN

 
 by gmeier on: Oct 7 2005
 
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I am working on modifications to match the standard clearlooks and human colours. It is a lot of work to change all the colours, so I think i will be busy with this in the next time - sorry.


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 Re: Clearlooks-BROWN

 
 by gmeier on: Oct 28 2005
 
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I guess one of the new colour variants will fit your needs.


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 gprefection colors?

 
 by giggz on: Oct 10 2005
 
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Hi,

very nice job!!!
Could you make one with the gperfection color, please ?

regards

Giggz


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