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Slickness for GnoMenu

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GnoMenu Theme

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Slickness for GnoMenu
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Downloads:  25958
Submitted:  Jan 25 2009

Description:

This is a complete pack for GnoMenu featuring elements from the Slickness theme by TheRob and the Black-White 2 Neon icon theme by DBGthekafu. It is based off of the Kore GnoMenu theme by QB89Dragon.




Changelog:

0.1 - initial release




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(Button, Icons, Menu)
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 Wallpaper

 
 by LastHylian on: Jan 25 2009
 
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Plz upload your wallpaper? Or at least link us?


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 Re: Wallpaper

 
 by TwoPointOh on: Jan 25 2009
 
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It's Orlict by Taner.
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Orlict?content=73270


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 Re: Re: Wallpaper

 
 by LastHylian on: Jan 25 2009
 
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Thanks :p


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 OS

 
 by Xel on: Aug 31 2009
 
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What OS is this running, KDE or Ubuntu and if ubuntu how do i get mine looking like that as this only gives you the start menu.


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 How to?

 
 by ninjinha on: Jan 30 2009
 
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Hello can someone explain how i can install that to use? Thanks


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 Re: How to?

 
 by TwoPointOh on: Feb 1 2009
 
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First you'll need to install GnoMenu from http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GnoMenu+-+consolidated+menu+for+gnome?content=93057
Then, unpack this archive somewhere. Put the Black-White 2 folder in /usr/share/gnomenu/Themes/Button, the Black-White 2 Neon folder in /usr/share/gnomenu/Themes/Icon, and the SlicknesS folder in /usr/share/gnomenu/Themes/Menu


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 Re: Re: How to?

 
 by vegetanks89 on: Feb 22 2009
 
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when i try to move the slickness folder, i get an error message, and in the details it says permission denied, even though there is only 1 login account on my system. any ideas why or is there another way to install the new menu style?


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 Re: Re: Re: How to?

 
 by TwoPointOh on: Feb 23 2009
 
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You need to be root to do this, or really to do anything else that changes files outside your home folder. That's the equivalent to Administrator on Linux/UNIX systems. Open a terminal, and run "sudo nautilus --no-desktop" to open a file browser as root. You can then put the files in the proper places.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How to?

 
 by vegetanks89 on: Feb 25 2009
 
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thanks!


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 Re: Re: How to?

 
 by cameTOtheDARKside on: May 25 2009
 
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Ok so I downloaded this menu and I did the nautilus thing and it still doesn't now allow me to do it :(


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 Re: Re: How to?

 
 by SchizmaticReflection on: Jul 11 2009
 
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Well I did everything,but the and "biggest" problem is that I am totally stupid :) I have no idea how to USE it,everything is done,but I am unable to make it work...could someone be so nice and make me understand it?Thanks a lot and sorry for making you angry with my inability


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 Re: Re: How to?

 
 by SchizmaticReflection on: Jul 11 2009
 
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Well I did everything,but the and "biggest" problem is that I am totally stupid :) I have no idea how to USE it,everything is done,but I am unable to make it work...could someone be so nice and make me understand it?Thanks a lot and sorry for making you angry with my inability


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 Taskbar?

 
 by ScrotzaN on: Mar 4 2009
 
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What are you using to get the gnome panel to look like that with nice app buttons and everything?

Thanx!


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 awesome

 
 by evilsectoid on: Mar 27 2009
 
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Nice work dude!!!

Is there a way to change the font on the left side menu?


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 How?

 
 by Chromos1048 on: Jun 18 2009
 
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Twopoint0: those files don't exist on my comp... there is no "gnomenu", but there is a "Gno-menu", which doesn't contain any of the files you mention. Themes is under /usr/share by itself, but there is no "icons" or "buttons" directories anywhere.


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 Nice

 
 by SoftData on: Jun 28 2009
 
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That's a pretty nice Gnomenu theme. Good work


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