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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Link:  http://
Downloads:  24014
Submitted:  Nov 22 2007
Updated:  May 13 2008


This is a new version of my previous clearlooks theme (based on the last engine) with a leopard color scheme and a gummy style: note that the color scheme is fully adjustable from gnome appareance tool.


1.4.7 Other bug fixes: gtk is a jungle!

1.4.6 New corrections in the colors of panel applets and in some other unusual widgets (like side panel in Gedit); some radius corner corrections.

1.4.5 Some color fixes.

1.4.4 Corrections in the colors of panel applets. Reformatting rc-files.

1.4.3 Some little corrections in metacity theme.

1.4.2 Fixed colors in radio button of menus and in combo-box lists.

1.4.1 Some bug fixes in panel style. Removed unused png.

1.4.0 Revert to gummy style. Menu and some other widgets color adjustment. Revert to no-pixmap panel (because it is more flessible). A lot of radius corner correction for each widget.

1.3.5 Enanched style of the dark gnome panel.

1.3 Added dark gnome panel.

1.2 New Metacity Theme and new dark menu.

1.1 Glossy style, flat toolbar, Tigris metacity theme.

1.0 Initial but complete version.

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 by castironpants on: May 16 2008
Score 50%

I love the theme, but I'm a tinkerer and I want to change a few things around. How are you able to keep the menus black [that's what I like most] while changing window colors? See, I want lighter windows but with that dark menu. Also, the theme doesn't seem to work so well on firefox.

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 Re: Question

 by Argirox on: May 24 2008
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The colors of the theme is fully adjustable. I use orange instead of blue! You can change the base colors of the windows trough the gnome appareance tool and make it lighter. Menus are a deep darker version of this base color, so they'll remain dark gray!

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 Re: Re: Question

 by pydave on: Mar 5 2010
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Adjusting the colours in the Appearance tool doesn't seem to effect the autocomplete list for the location bar. It is black text on a dark grey background. (I mean this dropdown: http://is.gd/9IS64)

I'm not sure if I just need to change my firefox theme or something else (I'm using default Ubuntu theme -- Tango).

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 Pls Advise

 by lavallie on: May 15 2009
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I am new to Linux. U have downloaded the theme, and expanded the files but do not know how to install them on Ubuntu.

Advise please??


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