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Spectrum

   11.04 Final Release  

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Downloads:  5336
Submitted:  Sep 20 2009
Updated:  Jun 17 2011

Description:

DEVELOPMENT HALTED

I would like to thank Ubuntu for making most of my project and artwork obsolete. Do you even realize that many users want to customize their user interface? Stop stripping more and more customization options in every release.
Here's a solution to Unity users: Make Unity panel fully transparent and put the panel background on the wallpaper. It's not very convenient and the panel backgrounds aren't exactly the right size for Unity panel, but I don't care anymore. I hope someone still finds this pack useful for some purpose, but no further releases will be made, ever.


Spectrum: basically a lot of stuff for Gnome desktop. You might have to change panel text and object colours, you can do this easily with Gnome Color Chooser.
There are more than hundred panel backgrounds, which have top and bottom variations and two different sizes, 26 pixels and 36 pixels. Also included are Dingo, a Firefox user style I made with all the reference files and all the custom icons I've made for fun. I hope there's something useful in this package for you

And here it finally is; Spectrum 11.04[/b] Amber - late and unfinished just the way you don't like it (I've been VERY busy with school and so many other things, I apologize to everyone who has been waiting for an update, some things are still undone but here's everything that's done):
- Metacity themes
- Aquarelle, a Lynx, Luna, Royale, Watercolor and Aero-like Metacity theme with several color variations (partially done)
- Wildcat, a Lynx-derived OSX-like theme (done)
(I don't want to make rip-offs, and neither of these themes are exact copies of OSX or Windows themes)
- Panel backgrounds
- 26px -> 24px (not done yet)
- Grass, fur and leather (partially done)
- Icons
- Maybe some custom Echo icons, such as lighter folder icons and all my custom icons (not done yet)
- Test icon done
- New version of the Tux menu icon (done)
- New Ubuntu-like version number style

Instructions for panel backgrounds: Extract the package, open the panel options and select your favorite
- How to use most backgrounds with vertical panels:
1. Open gconf-editor.
2. Open "apps", then "panel" and then "toplevels".
3. Open the panel's folder that you want to customize, and open "background".
4. Check rotate and fit and close gconf-editor.
6. Right-click the panel and select panel options, and open the background tab.
7. Select the background image you want to use.
To change the background again, repeat steps 6 and 7.

* Please comment, I'd like to hear what you like and what could be better




Changelog:

* Final:
11.04: Added Metacity themes and some panel backgrounds (some elements/versions not done yet, decided to release what's done and fix it afterwards,)

* Pre-2011:
2.3: Merged Pictobit and Spectrum
2.2: Rounded panels introduced
2.1: Improvement to Shine 36px and Aeria, revision of Candy1 (delicious!), Gem Jet, Pearl, Quartz and Garnet added
2.0: Shine panels revisioned, Candy2, New Gloss colour, Plasm Light Blue and Light Purple revisioned, Water and Metals groups added, Aeria, a Windows 7-style background, new name: Spectrum
1.91: Fixed 36px
1.9: Brass, Exotic, Gem, Glass - Coloured, Glass - Coloured 2, Ice, Wood and a few edits to older panels. No more Left and Right folders. Added 36px
1.8: Shine panels revisioned, Crystal, Candy3, Carbon Fiber, Gold, Ocean, more Glass, Steel and Plasm, Grass
1.7: Added left and right panels
1.6: Added top panels and added mirrored versions
1.5: Added much much more panels, and removed/replaced Candy and Retro
1.4: Added Silver
1.3: Changed filenames, added Gloss, Candy and Retro
1.2: Added a few Steel variants
1.1: Renamed all images and added more of them
1.0: First upload (2009-7-20)




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 Voted good

 
 by Prunelle on: Nov 21 2009
 
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Thank you, nice work!


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 800 downloads!

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Nov 28 2009
 
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Eight. Hundred. Downloads. Amazing.
Thanks everyone. If you want more panels, just ask and I'll make them.


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 Re: 800 downloads!

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Dec 2 2009
 
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900... woah.


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 Re: Re: 800 downloads!

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Jan 4 2010
 
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1500 downloads in less than a year. Wow.


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 Re: Re: Re: 800 downloads!

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Jan 21 2010
 
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Lolwut 2222 downloads :D


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 Handy!!

 
 by conorsulli on: Dec 3 2009
 
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superb!! bound to come in handy!


Remember to wash your hands!
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 Re: Handy!!

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Dec 3 2009
 
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Thanks :D


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 :-)

 
 by philosophy on: Dec 3 2009
 
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Hey, thank, this looks great! But a problem not related to your backgrounds: there are some GTK themes that color buttons on the panel so that I cannot see the panel background (say, Elegant Brit). Others leave the buttons transparent so that I can see the icon and label against the panel background. I hope you get what I'm saying? I'm not sure what's the best way to change this, but my solution has been to delete/gimp the panel background or panel button images in ~/gtk-2.0/Panel; this can be problematic, but it works for me. You may want to include some notes on this fix or any other fix you know.


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 Re: :-)

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Dec 4 2009
 
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Thanks for the information. I don't know if it works but you can try changing panel colors with Gnome Color Chooser to fix the problem.


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 Install?

 
 by suwiryo on: Jan 6 2010
 
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how to install this panel?


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 Re: Install?

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Jan 6 2010
 
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Extract the file to your home directory, open panel options, select background tab and click background image. Open the folder gnomepanelcollection-1.8. For example, if your panel is on the lower part of the screen, open the folder "Down". Select the panel background you want to use, and click Open. Change the panel size to anything between 24 and 26 and click close.


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 your nice panel-collection

 
 by Karmicbastler on: Jan 21 2010
 
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Hi Dear,
I love your panel-collection. But could you do me a favor and add the Windows7-panel into this nice collection please?? I am searching for it for fitting my desktop.

Thanks in advance.

Greetings
Karmicbastler


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 Re: your nice panel-collection

 
 by PaperOnFire on: Jan 21 2010
 
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I'll add a Windows 7-style background in the next version. Thanks for feedback :)


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