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kde4-Slipper

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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kde4-Slipper
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Downloads:  794
Submitted:  Sep 5 2009
Updated:  Sep 6 2009

Description:

GTK Theme and 2 Metacity themes

I modified the origin kde4 theme for gnome by Kim Kahns ( http://kims-area.com ). I changed some arrows and the color, made it more coffee style, the progressbar more orange vista.
The metacity is a modified carbonit squared.
Enjoy...and vote

Icon Set updated, watch here:
http://potzblitz7.deviantart.com/art/Slipper-0-5-Ubuntu-Gnome-Theme-135961531

GDM in work...





Changelog:

Update 1:
- Changed every entry field so that they become more like the hover buttons

The old button are named as *.-old in the different directories, if anyone want to change it back - just rename it.

Update 2:
- Changed the metacity theme, so that the colors are like coming from the gtk theme itself.
- Making two versions: with line and without a line in the metacity theme
(watch screenshot 3)




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 really beautiful

 
 by bzimage on: Sep 5 2009
 
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thank you so much!


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 Nice..

 
 by MikeDK on: Sep 6 2009
 
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...very nice...but

for the metacity would you care to blend in the colors so its not looking like its not a part of the window.

Kind Regards MikeDK

very nice work, looking forward for the icons etc...


microsoft gives u windows, Linux gives u da whole House :-P
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 Re: Nice..

 
 by potzblitz7 on: Sep 6 2009
 
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Good idea, will be in work....


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 Colors

 
 by Ravensky69 on: Sep 9 2009
 
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Any chance of a blue version instead of the orange? Would be perfect!

-Raven


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 Re: Colors

 
 by potzblitz7 on: Sep 12 2009
 
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Change color is very easy. You can do by yourself without special knowledge.

Just do this:
- Open .themes in yout home/directory, search the slipper file, open it. You will fing many directories, just open everyone step by step and change all icons with orange/brown color in blue by GIMP (maybe change color 220/50/50 looks good). The other color can be changed by the preferences-color.
I hope this helps.


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