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Who Needs Windows 7 ?

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Beryl Emerald Theme

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Depends on  GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  59566
Submitted:  May 22 2009

Description:

Who needs Windows 7, except for the look ?
No one now.



License:
no license at all. Enjoy my work and use it, feel free to consider it as a crap and... well, use it anyway.

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 Menu

 
 by AngelBlue01 on: May 22 2009
 
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What is that menu? I use KDE, and Kickoff can't look like that. I thought Gnome had multiple menus?


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 Re: Menu

 
 by ElTimo on: May 22 2009
 
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It's GnoMenu. Personally, I don't like it because it's slow and feels flimsy (if that makes any sense), but you're welcome to try it out.


\"You say \'poe-tay-toe,\' I say \'the wailing of the innocents.\'\"
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 hi

 
 by nenelinux on: May 22 2009
 
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hahaha I like the theme's name XD


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 Nice work!

 
 by Cityy on: May 22 2009
 
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This theme looks really really nice :) Thank you for sharing.

btw: Which gtk-theme are you using?


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 Re: Nice work!

 
 by zeQuark on: May 22 2009
 
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Hi
I use clearlooks, but what you see on the screenshot is Firefox, with vista-aero skin available here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4988
I am not done yet with the fitting gtk theme (to come once I have done reading the full tuto :-p ) but NuevoXT icon set is naturally the one which would be right to use.


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 Title bar

 
 by frankynov on: May 22 2009
 
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Hello ! =)

I've just downloaded your emerald theme, and it seems to look very very nice !

But I couldn't get the "Semi Transparency" effect on the title bar to work... =( It looks fully transparent but there is not the opaque effect..

Are there any settings in emerald manager or compiz manager to work on ?

Thanks a lot for this theme ! =)

Cheers from Belgium


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 Re: Title bar

 
 by zeQuark on: May 22 2009
 
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Yeah.
First, in the Emerald parameters tab, set the "emerald blur effect" ("type de flous" in french version) to "every decoration" --I think it is like that, in fr. version it says "toutes les décorations"--

Then in the Compiz settings, put on the Blur effects, by default it is applied on "any" window, and select "Gaussian blur". It should work fine then.

Enjoy !


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 Re: Re: Title bar

 
 by frankynov on: May 22 2009
 
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Thanks a lot for your support.. =) really enjoy this !

Mmh, gaussian blur is a very CPU eater.. Not recommended for low-end computers.. =)

But the effect looks very nice.. !

Many thanks again !

Frankynov


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 Re: Re: Re: Title bar

 
 by frankynov on: May 22 2009
 
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Small update :

After playing with the parameters in Compiz Manager, I've found some settings to reduce the CPU using =)

In the "Focus Blur Match" line, replace :

toolbar | menu | utility | normal | dialog | modaldialog
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utility | normal | dialog | modaldialog

I couldn't see any visual changes.. excepted that it's smoother... ;-)

The change is very usefool if you use the "Flip" effect in the Shift extension (feuilleter dans sélecteur en cascade), or Gnomenu.

Of course, you're free to try some changes on your own ! =)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Title bar

 
 by frankynov on: May 22 2009
 
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And last but not least (sorry for the tripple post :( )

Alpha blur match : replace any by
(type=Normal) & type=Dialog


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Title bar

 
 by zeQuark on: May 24 2009
 
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Fine I hope this will come in handy -- I've just reinstalled my Linux so for the while I dont have to much mess on my desk but this should change in no time :-)


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 i can't install this theme

 
 by znupii on: May 28 2009
 
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hye, i just can't install it...
i installed emerald manager and imported there the theme and i get just this:
http://img37.imageshack.us/img37/3290/screenshotqzw.png

can somebody tell me why should i do to install corectly this theme ?
thanx


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 Re: i can't install this theme

 
 by zeQuark on: May 29 2009
 
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MMh... not sure how you manage to do this, quite weird.

Anyway, try these links :

  • http://gnome-look.org/content/download.php?content=105399&id=1&tan=31956561
    (dl page)


  • http://gnome-look.org/CONTENT/content-files/105399-WhoNeedsW7.emerald
    (URL direct to *.emerald file)


  • http://tinyurl.com/nn92ha
    (same, through tinyurl)



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     Re: i can't install this theme

     
     by zeQuark on: May 29 2009
     
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    OK forget my previous answer, I just needs some more sleep.

    In fact you perfectly managed to install the theme, so if ever you are thinking about the blur effect, try to set on alpha-blur effect on in emerald (parameter independant from the theme) then turn on the compiz alpah blur on, choosing gaussian method.


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     Fun Description

     
     by Lindstrom on: Jun 1 2009
     
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    Very funny description :D
    And VERY nice artwork, but serious. WHY?...Why try to give gnome a vista/7 look? Just don't get it...


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     Re: Fun Description

     
     by zeQuark on: Jun 1 2009
     
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    Mmh... why not, I'd say ?

    ...OK I will cheat on my therapy by beginning with you instead of my psychanalyst...
    I just want to show that Linux CAN stand up to what most basic Windows users could say at first sight (well..what even I said on my time) : Buuuuaaahhh !! how ugly is it compared to Windows.. it must sucks.

    The most effective way to get people to know your OS as any other product is to appeal them. Linux is so beaten in this battle, and it would be so unfair it remains like this.
    Unfair not to say stupid. Lets break a taboo : YEAH, the appearance matters.


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