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K03

   r5  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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K03
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Downloads:  3679
Submitted:  Aug 2 2008
Updated:  Aug 20 2008

Description:

Low contrast clearlooks theme with dark panels and menus. Colors are changeable. Includes metacity theme. I recommend only keeping the close button. :P

Thank you for your comments and rating! I really appreciate them. :)

(r5)
The archive contains three themes:
* K03, standard theme
* K03-legacy, for older versions of Clearlooks (Gutsy and older)
* K03-nb, with no window borders (but with titlebar)




Changelog:

r5:
* lessened borders. -nb now has really no borders. (this keeps you from resizing at the sides. careful.)
* active dark widgets fix

r4:
metacity changes only.
* prelight alpha fixed
* borders increased so we can resize windows easier. (+nb for old style)
legacy link should work now.

r3:
* metacity close button should have white prelight
* hat-trick! frames are now invisible
* made version for older clearlooks. not sure if it works, though; please test.

r2:
* metacity button tweak
* maximized windows shouldn't be rounded anymore.

r1: first release




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 No borders please!

 
 by Chrissss on: Aug 5 2008
 
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> * borders increased so we can resize windows easier.

Hmmmm. The old version was much better. Can you keep the version with the small borders, please... Thanks :)


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 Re: No borders please!

 
 by greasedbolt on: Aug 5 2008
 
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How do I do this. I'd personally go for the bordered metacity, so maybe I'll just put up another version ._.


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 Keep the Borders

 
 by spartan2276 on: Aug 5 2008
 
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Don't know for some reason the borders make it look more complete.


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 Re: Keep the Borders

 
 by greasedbolt on: Aug 6 2008
 
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I agree with you. :] I kept the borders, anyway. There's just this no-border version.


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 Re: Re: Keep the Borders

 
 by spartan2276 on: Aug 6 2008
 
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hey is there a way to make the menu separators slightly lighter than the rest of the background, right now is darker. One suggestion would be to make the line color say #7D7D7D and the line style dotted instead of solid. I tried to modify it myself but could not get it to work.


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 Thanks...

 
 by Chrissss on: Aug 10 2008
 
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... for the version without borders :)


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 ;]

 
 by crimeboy on: Aug 20 2008
 
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i like it


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 xfwm4

 
 by IstrikeAgain on: Aug 22 2008
 
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has anyone ported this to xfce4?


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