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T-ish-Metal

   2.0  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 68%
T-ish-Metal
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T-ish-Metal
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  16570
Submitted:  Jan 17 2006
Updated:  Sep 1 2006

Description:

Evolution from T-ish-Black. Old black themes are also included.

Metal accented version of T-ish, a fast OSX Tiger-ish lookalike Clearlooks theme for Gnome

Looks great with compiz :)) Just use T-ish compiz themes (link below).

Additionally, contains two old variations: classic (really fast) and aquastyle with black decorations and aqualike scrolbars (but not so fast). Also it contains two metacity themes: one with b&w buttons other with colored.

WORKS WITH LATEST CLEARLOOKS-CAIRO.!!
If you want cairo animations uncomment 'animation=TRUE' in gtkrc

Based on Clearlooks engine, Ish GTK theme with additional buttons from Expose and GlossyP metacity borders.

Requires clearlooks engine.

And yes:
For best results use OSX icons, available here on gnomelook.org

IMPORTANT: In order to install both of the themes you'll have to manually extract to ~/.themes dir.




Changelog:

0.1 - initial release
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0.2 - color adjustments
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0.3 - metacity theme trimming in order to achieve more elegant presentation, added aquastyle version that features aqualike scrollbars
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0.4 - new metacity borders, black icons changed to white again, many updates from other T-ish themes
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0.5 - fixed statusbar color, fixed metacity lower-left rounded corner, added metacity with colored buttons (choose it through theme details window)
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0.6 - some changes in order to work well with lately popular compiz window manager
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0.7 - a few more tweaks for Compiz
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0.8 - small color correction
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1.0 - merged improvements from T-ish-Pack
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2.0 - name change to T-ish-Metal, T-ish-metal theme added




LicenseGPL
(Suggested firefox themes (foximetal))
(OSX icons)
(Compiz borders for T-ish)
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 What you think about

 
 by integer on: Nov 6 2006
 
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Adding extra version with coloured file bar? (File, Edit ..)

It sounds bad, but I see a better Tish theme with a bar similar, but not equal, to Rezlooks. A bar on its own style.

Maybe it will look a little re-charged for your taste... I drop the lines, you make the choice.

Finally: I don't love themes resembling mac, but yours are awesome.


ION3+GTK2+Rxvt+Lua+Dash and a beautiful Wallpaper. That is what I call: GNU/Linux !! You ever may call it [...] whatever.
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 by tmilovan on: Nov 6 2006
 
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>Adding extra version with coloured file bar? (File, Edit ..)

>It sounds bad, but I see a better Tish theme with a bar similar, but not equal, to Rezlooks. A bar on its own style.

Well, actually I can see valid reasoning behind this idea. It will give more weight to the menubar which is good since gnome does not allow menus to be on the top of the screen.

However, I don't know If I'll be able to do it right. I'll try and see what comes out :))

>Finally: I don't love themes resembling mac, but yours are awesome.

Thanks. In fact I did those themes while both impressed and frustrated by mac themes. Tiger have so many good points but it annoys by inconsistency (one app is brushed, other is gray, the third is aqua). I believe a good gui has to be consistent and balanced. So I picked some ideas from tiger and did it my way.

Gnome on the other hand had engine that allowed consistency but it's mostly not elegant and streamlined enough, so I merged those two things... and to honest I'm pretty satisfied by results :))


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 Re: Re: What you thi

 
 by integer on: Nov 9 2006
 
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Thanks for commenting about. I'll keep in touch so I would note some posible-future changes to T-ish.

Actually it is one of the best themes; time ago I was sure it was the only one (You said: elegance is not an easy thing in Gnome. I feel the same thing. I get very frustrated trying with my own themes).

Take care, and Thanks for your time again !!


When I said: I'll never stick again to KDE I was true. In fact, my anti-Desktop solution behaves a lot better, is more powerful and Its not wasting my machine:
[Thurion 64, 1 gb RAM, 80 + 120 gb HDDs

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