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iPod-Plastic

   1.0  

Compiz Theme

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iPod-Plastic
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  4752
Submitted:  Oct 4 2006
Updated:  Oct 5 2006

Description:

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If you like my theme, please feel free to comment, or make suggestions :)
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Please Look at the Screen Shot first and decide whether you like it or not before you download it, that way you don't have to go to the effort of downloading it, importing it, finding out you don't like it and then coming back here and giving me a bad vote!
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This Theme is made on the VRunner frame
engine, and is styled to look like the
white molded plastic of the iPod and
the "Powerbook" computers.

This theme also uses OSX-Style round
buttons (v1.10 Buttons from compiz
theme "Leopard" available from gnome-look)
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This Theme looks best with:

Dropline Neu Icon set (link below)

OSX Tiger Wallpaper (link below)
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Changelog:

v1.10 - Changed Buttons to better Pixmaps.




LicenseGPL
(iPod-Plastic.emerald)
(Dropline Neu Icons(External))
(OSX-Tiger Wallpaper(External))
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 excelent

 
 by acornejo on: Oct 4 2006
 
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This is the best OSX/Apple window border theme I have ever seen. Its even better than the real thing.

Good work.


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 Re: excelent

 
 by Aljn on: Oct 4 2006
 
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Thanks very much for the kind words! :)


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 match with Firefox

 
 by dataghost on: Oct 6 2006
 
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If you use Firefox I've found that using this compiz theme along with the iFox Graphite theme for Firefox you get a nearly invisible meshing of the two...beautiful beryl theme!


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 Re: match with Firef

 
 by Aljn on: Oct 6 2006
 
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Thanks very much, I didn't notice that!

if you feel adventurous, open up the emerald editor, and under the edit tab, choose the frame engine tab, then choose the colour tab, in the active window area, crank the "contrast" slider up to 0.97, I fiddled around with it, and that value gives the best blend with the iFox theme :)

NB: this might make the contrast a bit too bright, and the blend between the white at the top and the contour at the bottom won't be as pronounced, but it's a matter of personal taste, I guess :)

Thanks again!


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 Re: Re: match with F

 
 by dataghost on: Oct 6 2006
 
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Thanx for the tip...tried it and looks absolutely fab!


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 Nice!

 
 by zachsandberg on: Nov 25 2006
 
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Very nice job bro. One of the nicer themes I've seen of this genre. :)


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