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T-ish for Emerald

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Beryl Emerald Theme

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T-ish for Emerald
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Downloads:  23330
Submitted:  Nov 6 2006

Description:

Borders to use with Beryl window manager and very popular T-ish theme Pack.

Made to loosely resemble OSX Tiger.

Notice: this theme differs significantly from T-ish for Compiz since it exploits pixmap engine features.

If you wish compiz theme look download compiz T-ish theme and rename to *.emerald.

Please comment if you care.




Changelog:

1.0 - fork from Compiz, engine change to pixmap, bottom corners not rounded anymore




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 Great Emerald Theme

 
 by reclusivemonkey on: Nov 6 2006
 
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I registered just to put my thanks here. Been waiting for this ever since I installed Edgy! A fantastic Mac looking addition to anyone's desktop. Great work as ever from tmilovan. :-)


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 Re: Great Emerald Th

 
 by tmilovan on: Nov 7 2006
 
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Thank you,

It had always bothered me that I cannot make zero pixels borders with rounded edges.This had finally became possible with pixmap engines for emerald and compizthemer.

I'm glad your are happy with it.


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 how to?

 
 by cripou on: Nov 27 2006
 
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how can i get emerald on ubuntu 6.10? i mean its not the same theme manager as gnome uses by default... how can i get it?

thanks :)


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 Re: how to?

 
 by tmilovan on: Nov 28 2006
 
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Beryl and emerald are usually available at http://www.beryl-project.org together with howto install.

However, there seems to be some hard drive failure at beryl site and you should wait a while.



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 scrollbars

 
 by andars05 on: Dec 22 2006
 
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I can't seem to get the scrollbars to look like osx/aqua. Do you have any ideas?


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 Re: scrollbars

 
 by tmilovan on: Dec 22 2006
 
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Hi,

This is not cotrolled by emerald theme but by gtk2 theme t-ish pack.

Problem is probably solved by this:
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You'll need to have gtk2-engines, gtk2-engines-clearlooks and gtk2-engines-ubunutulooks.

Easiest way to do this is:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines gtk2-engines-clearlooks gtk2-engines-ubuntulooks

That should work.
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if this doesn't help just look at the comments section under the T-ish Pack gtk2 theme.


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 window shade

 
 by eisenpm on: Mar 1 2007
 
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I wonder if you have the same problem as me:

The shade at the right and left side of the windows is not reaching all to the bottom. it's only a little more than 2/3 of the side.

It's not with other themes, so it's not a beryl issue, but has to so something with the theme.

I can send you a screenshot, if you want to.


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 Re: window shade

 
 by tmartin on: Sep 8 2007
 
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i have this same problem. I am running compiz-fusion. If you mess with the shadow settings in the emerald theme config you can improve the shadow's look to some extent. i think the alpha channel, which allows for the rounded borders on the titlebar, is affecting the shadowing algorithm.


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