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Clearlooks_blackblue

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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Clearlooks_blackblue
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  15019
Submitted:  Sep 23 2006
Updated:  Sep 25 2006

Description:

the same like this -> http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=45447
but now in blue.

(compiz-theme can you find here -> http://forum.ubuntuusers.de/download/2547/ !!)




Changelog:

609052: changed the menu-highlights a little bit.




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 Excellent.

 
 by jck on: Sep 23 2006
 
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This is /fantastic/. I love dark themes in theory, but they're all UGLY in implementation one way or another - yours is the only one I can enjoy in actual use. Thank you!


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 Re: Excellent.

 
 by MeisterQ on: Sep 24 2006
 
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THANKS for that compliment!!! :-)


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 Great!

 
 by ubundeler on: Sep 24 2006
 
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Hi,
wich wallpaper and symbols you've used?
Looks great!


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 Re: Great!

 
 by MeisterQ on: Sep 24 2006
 
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you know the answer....!! :-P


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 Re: Re: Great!

 
 by MeisterQ on: Sep 24 2006
 
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wallpaper -> http://www.taimila.com/ubuntuosx.php

icons -> HumanAzul


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 cairo effects

 
 by iwant420 on: Sep 26 2006
 
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can you possibly add animated progress bars and other goodies possible with the new clearlooks engine and gtk 2.10.

thanks and great theme


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 Re: cairo effects

 
 by MeisterQ on: Sep 26 2006
 
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hi,

i´am not sure, i dont have the new clearlooks engine, but i will try it, but it will take a little bit time.


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 Some problems

 
 by forteller on: Oct 14 2006
 
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Hi! I really like this theme a lot, but it got some kind of serious problems:

1. The background of Eclipse gets the same color as the background of Nautilus, wich makes it almost impossible to use. That is a seriouse problem.

2. The background of some webpages in Firefox also gets the same, gray color (e.g. netvibes.com). Buttouns, drop down boxes, checkboxes, etc. looks ugly. The text color on gmail is very light gray, and that makes it unpleasent to read.

3. The text in Deskbar has the exact same color as the text in gmail.

I really hope you can fix these problems, becouse I'd love to use this theme!


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 Re: Some problems

 
 by MeisterQI on: Nov 5 2006
 
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Hello.

1. I don´t know, what is Eclipse ??

2. This is a "bug" from firefox or the webpages. But you can say to firefox, that he don´t use the system-colors. I can´t decribe it in english,i can´t speak it very well, sorry. But you will find it in the settings-dialog (edit - content - colors, or something like this) from firefox. Try it.

A second alternative is to write your own userContent.css -> look here -> http://www.mozilla.org/support/firefox/edit#css or here -> http://forum.ubuntuusers.de/topic/44426/?highlight=css

3. I know what you mean, but i don´t know how i can change it....


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 nice :)

 
 by alecjw on: Apr 1 2007
 
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Nice work, thanks :)

If you want a black background to go with it (rather than the blue mac one), here's one that I made: http://img240.imageshack.us/img240/1755/blacktigerih2.jpg

It's just a recoloured mac os x tiger background with the darkness decreased.


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