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gekos-iTunes (LEOPARD)

  

Metacity Theme

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Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  13918
Submitted:  Sep 13 2008
Updated:  Oct 17 2010

Description:

To set the buttons on the left when using
metacity:

Alt + F2 then type gconf-editor

Then on the left panel click apps -
metacity - general

After that on the right pannel go to Button-Layout and
change the value to:

close,maximize, minimize:menu

You can arrange the buttons
the way you like, set them in the order you want separated by commas and the
colon separates left side from right side.




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 How can I hide the menubar ?

 
 by ottarw on: Nov 30 2008
 
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I mean from nautilus, and for any other app, coz' it looks awesome but the menubar ...


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 Re: How can I hide the menubar ?

 
 by gekos on: Dec 12 2008
 
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Install GNOME Global Menu
http://code.google.com/p/gnome2-globalmenu/wiki/InstallingonUbuntu

Install Avant Window Navigator(AVN)
http://linuxhelp.blogspot.com/2008/02/install-avant-window-navigator-awn-in.html


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 folder structure

 
 by actionpapst on: Mar 1 2009
 
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is there a way to use the mac-folder-structure with opening folders right next to the folder you clicked on? i mean that you can scroll back (left) to see what folder you are in ...

i hope someone will understand what i want to ask :D


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 Re: folder structure

 
 by steviant on: Mar 1 2009
 
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What you're referring to is "Column View" in MacOS X Finder, and more generically referred to as "Miller Columns" by interface designers.

Unfortunately the answer to your question is a big fat no, the developers of Nautlius aren't enthusiastic about the idea of implementing them either since they like the way only one folder's contents appear at a time and don't fancy the prospect of re-plumbing Nautlus' internals to allow more.

On Linux, Columns made a brief appearance in early versions of Thunar (XFCE's file manager), but were scrapped before release.

KDE 4's Dolphin file manager has a "Column View" mode that is very similar to Finder, but the KDE 3 version doesn't.


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 Hard to download

 
 by Afroman10496 on: Sep 27 2009
 
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Can you please change the download place? It has too many popups and I had to click on about 20 things just to download


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 the download site was hacked !

 
 by HanzoLinux on: Jun 3 2010
 
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hey i found that the download site was hacked so i can't download gekos leopard theme..so sad but that............


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