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Google menu Ubuntu theme


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Google menu Ubuntu theme

Downloads:  3798
Submitted:  Jun 29 2011
Updated:  Jul 18 2011


This is a user style that themes that new mysterious dark panel on Google websites in Ubuntu style.
When I first saw it, I just felt it reminded me of something... Ubuntu!

In order to use it, place the css file in
~/.config/chromium/Default/User StyleSheets/

In Opera, right click on a Google page, click the 'display' tab and choose the css file from where you saved it (for example in ~/.opera/styles)

In Internet Explorer, click Internet Options -> Accessibility -> General tab.
Click the check box for "Format documents using my style sheet" and choose the css file.

(userContent.css for Firefox and Custom.css others)
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 Found 3 more bugs =)

 by lifelike27 on: Jul 15 2011
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Previous comments: http://ubuntuone.com/p/14dA/

Text box for commenting: http://ubuntuone.com/p/14d9/

When web searching, there's a bit of the black bar showing: http://ubuntuone.com/p/14d8/

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 Re: Found 3 more bugs =)

 by Gerd34 on: Jul 18 2011
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Bright backgrounds should be fixed now. I also saw the black rectangle, but I have no clue what Google is doing there. When I try to fix it on one site, the height of the menu is wrong on another site. The new Google menu is not yet final and we have to wait until it is consistently implemented on all Google sites.

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 found a bug

 by aproposnix on: Jul 17 2011
Score 50%

First off, I absolutely love this! Very well done!

The only issue I have right now is that if I set iGoogle as my home page, the the user style crashes the page (on first run of the browser). It could well be a bug of Chromium but I'm not sure.

When I get the page crash error all I have to do is refresh the page and then it loads fine.

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 Google changed things up, this broke

 by ethan1701 on: Feb 16 2012
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I've been happily using this for the past several months. I love it.
However, with the recent changed that Google made to their UI, this now breaks things a little.
Think you could fix it?


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