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LittleBigMod (RC1)

   1.5  

GNOME Shell Theme

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LittleBigMod (RC1)
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LittleBigMod (RC1)
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Depends on  GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  4838
Submitted:  May 14 2012
Updated:  Aug 9 2012

Description:

This mod is made for Gnome 3.4 and reached RC1 state. If you find gliches feel free to post them in the comments. I've only tested it on my laptop.

How to install
Extract the zip-file and copy the folder "LittleBigMod" into ~/.themes/. Also install the font from the fonts folder. Now active the theme with gnome-tweak-tool. Having installed a prior version of this theme, you might also (ALT F2) + r

Development
https://github.com/ConvMe/LittleBigMod




Changelog:

Screenshots: 1.0

1.5 - bug-fixing at mount dialogs, modal dialogs and buttons
1.4 - solved an old problem with bottom round corners, some animation mods
1.3 - solved graphical issues on search results, stabilized scalability support, experimental rtl-support, second overview layer, further bug-fixing
1.2 - Experimental support for theme-scaling with accessibility features, bug-fixing
1.1 - modified end session dialogs, new password dialog, new activities button, modified font-size, bug fixing
1.0 - not released
0.9 - New end-session dialogs, new run-dialog, activities button animation-fix, bug-fixes
0.8 - New dash, new notifications, new message tray, new keyboard, modified activities area, modified overview
0.7 - new keyboard layout, removed gliches near panel using ubuntu themes
0.6 - new overview background, new running indicator, modified search results page
0.5 - name changed into LittleBigMod
0.4 - new message area, new notifications, modified overview background, new hot corner, new on/off sliders
0.3 - not released
0.2 - new fonts, modified contacts, modified notifications, new search buttons
0.1 - first release




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 Conky?

 
 by ubuntix07 on: May 21 2012
 
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Hi! Could u tell what conky theme are you using in thebottom left part of the first view?


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 Re: Conky?

 
 by txen on: May 21 2012
 
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It's not a Conky theme, it's the FreemeteoWeather Screenlet which has been modified a bit by me.


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 Re: Re: Conky?

 
 by ubuntix07 on: May 22 2012
 
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Thks a lot!
i've never used this screenlet before, and it's very nice .. simple! already on my desktop!


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 Your theme!

 
 by ubuntix07 on: May 22 2012
 
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I use your theme as well, but all the other themes but the default one, are all very slow .. almost unusable! so i have to get back to the defaut one each time ! i don't know where is the problem!


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 Re: Your theme!

 
 by txen on: May 22 2012
 
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Sorry, don't know. You said, the problem occurs on every theme but the default one. Did you try to install a theme into /usr/share/themes/ ?


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 Re: Re: Your theme!

 
 by ubuntix07 on: May 23 2012
 
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It's seems that "Application Menu" created the pb! I uninstall it and all seems to be ok now!
Thks!
ps: next time i'll try /usr/share/themes


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 Great

 
 by shadetux on: Jun 20 2012
 
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At last somebody who had a similar idea :D
I always liked the original shell theme over the others but i would have modified it a bit :) So far so good :)
I only changed the fonts in gnome-shell.css but other than that is is really promising :)
Keep up !:) I'm using this as default :)


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 Re: Great

 
 by txen on: Jun 20 2012
 
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thanks, hope you like the newest addition, too.


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 Nice!

 
 by kurumindeoyo on: Jul 12 2012
 
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Nice! Almost perfect theme, man!
How can I change [for less] the pannel font size?


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 Re: Nice!

 
 by txen on: Jul 13 2012
 
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Hi, easiest way is to use the accessibility feature of gnome. You can find it in the "System Settings" under "System" "Universal Access" and than changing the "Text Size" under "Display".

After doing that, you'll also need an (ALT F2) + r or logout/login.


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 Re: Nice!

 
 by txen on: Jul 13 2012
 
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You may also use the "Text scaling factor" in the "Advanced Settings" (gnome-tweak-tool), it is a bit more detailed.


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 Re: Re: Nice!

 
 by kurumindeoyo on: Jul 13 2012
 
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Thank U, man!


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 GTK+ Theme

 
 by 218uKo on: Jul 17 2012
 
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Very nice looking theme "LittleBigMod". Thank you. I was wondering if you have a nice GTK+ theme that you recommend for use with LittleBigMod? I'm currently using GnomishDark but I really don't like the buttons. They jump around under my mouse as I move the pointer.

Thanks again.


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 Re: GTK+ Theme

 
 by txen on: Jul 18 2012
 
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Hi, somehow I ever liked the default GTK+ and icon-theme, therefor I mostly used Adwaita and Gnome. Zukitwo is my other favorite, especially the window-theme.


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 ready for gnome 3.6?

 
 by focmb on: Sep 27 2012
 
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hi,

is this theme compatible with ubuntu 12.10 and gnome 3.6?


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 Re: ready for gnome 3.6?

 
 by txen on: Sep 27 2012
 
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Never tested it, but I don't think it is. I have it on my to-do list, but this might take a while. I simply don't have enough time for now.


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