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Dream Tiger for Baghira

   0.1  

Compiz Theme

Score 63%
Dream Tiger for Baghira
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  11979
Submitted:  Sep 6 2006
Updated:  Sep 10 2006

Description:

his is a modification of Dream_Team's Dream Tiger compiz theme (available at http://www.compiz.net/topic-3816-dream-accurate-tiger and in the xgl-coffee Gentoo package for CGWD) to make it fit with the KDE style Baghira, especially the gradiented toolbars (see screenshot).

To do this, I have changed the background pixmaps to look like the Tiger windeco in Baghira. The background pixmaps are not identical to Baghira because I decided to get rid of a dark line across the top, partly because Compiz draws such nice shadows and partly because it would fit better if I lost one pixel of height. I decided to keep the buttons from Dream Tiger because I prefer them to the Baghira ones and because they have a nice mouseover effect.

Since DTeam posted a link to a recent version of the original, I am planning to update this theme too. I think I will keep the version number in step to prevent confusion.




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 wohaaao!

 
 by bonafide on: Sep 7 2006
 
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yeah man, great work. This is f***ing beautiful!!!


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 move buttons to righ

 
 by psychobyte on: Sep 11 2006
 
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Great Theme!

but, is it possible to move the buttons to the right? In Compiz, possibly?


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 Re: move buttons to righ

 
 by BCMM on: Sep 12 2006
 
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I prefer it this way, but if you open this theme in gcompizthemer, go to edit, titlebar, and look in the title-bar object layout box, you will see the text that describes the layout.

I haven't tested this, but I think if you change it from
C(7)N(7)X:I(2)T:S:OSX Layout
to
S:I(2)T:X(7)N(7)C:OSX Layout
It should look how you want it to.

Will test later when I have time.


bash-2.05b# cat /dev/mem | strings | grep -i llama
Damn, my RAM is full of llamas!

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 Re: Re: move buttons

 
 by edmondt on: Jul 4 2007
 
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S:I(2)T:N(7)X(7)C:OSX Layout

Works better for me. What a great theme!!


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 Excellent

 
 by negas on: Sep 18 2006
 
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Its a great theme¡


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 Re: Excellent

 
 by ranjithgnomelook on: Sep 23 2006
 
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Great effort, but shortcomings like the very transparant rough corner will bug a trained eye.


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 Re: Re: Excellent

 
 by BCMM on: Sep 24 2006
 
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I don't quite understand what the problem is with the corners. Could someone explain?

There is a problem when using the reflections plugin, but otherwise it is fine as far as I can see...


bash-2.05b# cat /dev/mem | strings | grep -i llama
Damn, my RAM is full of llamas!

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 Re: Re: Re: Excellen

 
 by tmilovan on: Oct 11 2006
 
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There was a problem with visible corners in latest compiz-quinn packages when window was above bright surface, but since I've migrated to beryl it's gone, so I think there is nothing wrong with your theme.

Btw, great work, it't goes well with T-ish for gnome :))


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellen

 
 by BCMM on: Oct 12 2006
 
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Isn't there a T-ish theme already?

In any case, you might prefer the theme I based this on. The only thing I changed was the gradient.


bash-2.05b# cat /dev/mem | strings | grep -i llama
Damn, my RAM is full of llamas!

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by tmilovan on: Oct 12 2006
 
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Yes it is. But since I was not using pixmap engine I was not able to have a frame as thin as yours, and rounded borders at the same time.

About the other theme, I'll check.


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 Work?!?

 
 by benighted on: Sep 27 2007
 
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I can't make it work on Compiz. I've installed in Emerald Manager but it don't use themes...


Tux the best, f**k the rest!
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 Re: Work?!?

 
 by BCMM on: Sep 27 2007
 
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This was originally a compiz theme if I recall correctly and I have not tested it on emerald as i do not use it myself any more.

Try changing the file extension to .emerald.


bash-2.05b# cat /dev/mem | strings | grep -i llama
Damn, my RAM is full of llamas!

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