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Blue Abomination Reversed

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Metacity Theme

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Blue Abomination Reversed
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  237
Submitted:  May 2 2010

Description:

This is not my work!

This is a modification of the Blue Abomination theme which has the buttons modified for use on the left instead of the right.

The Blue Abomination GTK theme is not included here - all this contains is the modified metacity.

Original work by Nelson Marques, as seen here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Equinox+Blue+Abomination?content=123506




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 keep up.

 
 by ketheriel on: May 2 2010
 
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Feel free to work it your way.

Nice to see it interested people. My work is based on "Equinox Radiance".


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 Re: keep up.

 
 by TheStarLion on: May 2 2010
 
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The normal Equinox themes aren't bad either, but Blue Abomination caught my attention more so than them.
I prefer buttons on the left, and since the normal metacity looks a little odd like that, I made it work properly.


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 by Karmicbastler on: Aug 12 2012
 
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hi dear,

I wanted to ask, if it would be possible for you, to make a port to Gnome3 of this theme? I loved it with Gnome2.

Bit as you know, development has evolved and Gnome3 is not the Standard-Desktop. I would be happy, if you made a Gnome3-port from your theme.

Greetings
Karmicbastler


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 Re: Blue Abomination Reversed

 
 by TheStarLion on: Aug 12 2012
 
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I'm afraid it isn't very likely. I've switch from Gnome2 to MATE, since I don't get along with either Gnome3 or Gnome Shell.

That said, this was just a simple interface tweak from the original. In theory all that's necessary is to learn the new CSS-based format and figure out what goes where.
What puts me off is it being an entirely new format I don't understand for a desktop I don't use - it won't be getting any testing if I did make it.


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