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ZX Speccy

  

Metacity Theme

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ZX Speccy
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  1017
Submitted:  May 27 2006
Updated:  May 28 2006

Description:

The upload contains:
- ZX-Design metacity
- ZX-Retro metacity
- ZX-Wallpaper

ZX-Design is an eye-candy theme. the window buttons are hidden in the spectrum "logo" (color lines). it demand ":close,minimize,maximize,menu" button order (application menu/gnome configuration editor/apps/metacity/general/button_layout)

ZX-Retro is an old fashioned theme:) looks like the '80s computer graphics. I know its ugly in 2006:) It demand close,maximize,minimize:menu button order, but i think nobody will try it...:D
on the screenshot i'm playing online with my favorite game ever, called 'knight lore'.

ZX-wallpaper is a 1024x768 resolution wallpaper based on the front page of the original user's manual. postprocessed with gimp.

I use 'sirclive' and 'spectrum' free true-type fonts for the theme.
i found them in urbanfonts.com

and sorry for my english.




Changelog:

2006.05.27 - first release
2006.05.27 - menu button moved to the right side




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 good

 
 by Arcueid on: May 27 2006
 
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I like the idea, but the stripes are on the wrong place when I hover on it :/
unless I have just one button, like close, then it works fine.

also I would like to see a less colorfull version ^^, like all blue but just different tones maybe, blue, light-blue and so on...


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 Re: good

 
 by Simzer on: May 27 2006
 
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Yes, you must change the button order, if you want to use this theme. you can do it in the 'gnome config editor'. see the theme discription.
the all blue button may looks good, but the colors are determinated by the philosophy of this theme :D


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 imnotseriuos

 
 by Simzer on: May 28 2006
 
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did you vote it down??? you, you C64 fanatic!!! :DDDD


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 Re: imnotseriuos

 
 by Arcueid on: May 28 2006
 
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me??
hum no, but my first pc was really C64 :P
how do you know XD


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 shadows

 
 by purEvil on: May 11 2008
 
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Can you repost wallpaper without dropshadows ?
Not everybody is using 2 panels/identical sizes, and most of current windows managers makes dropshadows automatically.


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 Terrific.

 
 by Sopwith on: Oct 14 2012
 
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Really like it (even though I was a C64 kid too ;) ). Using ZX-Design with the DeLorean-Dark GTK theme - goes rather nicely.


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