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transparent panel background

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transparent panel background
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Downloads:  1214
Submitted:  Feb 25 2010
Updated:  Feb 25 2010

Description:

IMPORTANT: the background looks better if the panels don't have shadows. To do so you can tweak the window decoration settings of the compiz manager.

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This is my first content on gnome-look. I did this myself and I liked it, so I'm sharing it with you.

It is a collection of backgrounds for the gnome panels. It is completely transparent but a line, a gradient line, that for now is white, or black.

The ideal height of the panel is 24 pixels.

You can ask for more colors (give me the html value), and I will do and publish them.

The idea came to me when I realized that completely transparent panels would render the strings almost unreadable, with a very dark/light wallpaper. Adding a line would have helped a lot, so I did this with gimp. You can see the result in the screenshots.




Changelog:

1.1 - added aqua, blue, fuchsia, gray, green, lime, maroon, navy, olive, purple, red, silver, teal, and yellow - make the images 1px wide so they occupy very little space
1.0 - black and white lines




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 little error

 
 by ciaolo on: Feb 25 2010
 
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I don't know how it happened, but there is a download link that doesn't work (the black line one)

the other download link is the complete package and it works


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 panel shadow

 
 by ciaolo on: Feb 25 2010
 
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When you apply this background to the panel, it is better if the panel doesn't have shadows.

If you enable compiz you have a shadow by default. To disable it just do so:

- install the compizconfig-settings-manager package
- go to System->Preferences->CompizConfig Settings Manager
- in the search field (top-left corner) type "decoration"
- click on window decoration
- the last field contains the objets that have a shadow. click on the '+' button next to the field
- choose the window title type and click on 'get'
- then click on the panel you want not to have shadows
- check the invert checkbox
- choose the AND relation
- click on add
- repeat for every panel you want not to have shadows

Note that this method leaves the shadows to the menus.


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