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CopperDeck

   0.1.1  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Downloads:  9904
Submitted:  Sep 29 2009
Updated:  Feb 5 2010

Description:

::Introduction::

So what is CopperDeck? CopperDeck was originally a windowblinds theme created by Treetog, now in its second carnation it has become one of their most prominent themes with over 500,000 downloads! I decided to have a go at creating a port for gnome and this is the result.

::Development::

I have now virtually finished completing the gtk and metacity themes, as well as the icon theme. As this is still not a totally complete theme i would appreciate getting any feedback that i could use to improve the theme.

Thanks and i hope you enjoy my theme =)

::Installation Instructions::

1. Download the file and place on your desktop
2. Open a terminal and run these commands:

sudo cp -r $HOME/Desktop/CopperDeck /usr/share/themes

3. Open the theme manager, you can now
select the CopperDeck theme,
when you click on it, it will apply the gtk and metacity themes as well as the icon and cursor themes if you have them installed. It will also give you the option of using the wallpaper provided with this theme.




Changelog:

Preview

0.1 - Released

0.1.1 - Small improvements in line with Nitroflows suggestions




LicenseGPL
(CopperDeck)
(CopperDeck Icons)
(CopperDeck Cursors (by Kuduk))
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 Menu

 
 by nitroflow on: Oct 1 2009
 
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Could the menu be done like this http://zug.deviantart.com/art/Copper-Deck-II-846029?


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 Re: Menu

 
 by jameshardy88 on: Oct 2 2009
 
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Hey Nitroflow,

Thanks for the suggestion. I did actually consider it whilst making the theme as it does look nice Ultimately i chose to go with the one that i did for three reasons, firstly its the one used in the original version of the Copperdeck theme. Secondly it is (admittedly only slightly) less busy making it easier to read the menu's and not get confused between graphics and text/icons, and thirdly simply from a construction point of view it was far easier to make the menu look ok (i.e. not all stretched etc) with this menu than that one.

This being the case i may still add that menu as an alternative, if i can, in a future update for those like you that would like abit more options

Thanks again and all the best,

James


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 Amazing

 
 by sanjayb30 on: Oct 3 2009
 
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Wow, it would be my theme from now onwards. Eagerly awaiting for the icon set


Sanjay

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 Re: Amazing

 
 by jameshardy88 on: Oct 4 2009
 
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The Icon theme has now been released, you can find it here...

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/CopperDeck+Icons?content=113171


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 Sweet.

 
 by hellion0 on: Oct 3 2009
 
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Awesome theme.

Any chance of a port of the Metacity theme to Xfwm4?


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 Re: Sweet.

 
 by jameshardy88 on: Oct 4 2009
 
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Thankyou very much. Unfortunately at least in the short term a port from me is pretty unlikely, ive never made one before and have lots of other work already underway for both this and the Azenis theme already. However should you or anyone else wish to make one yourself you would be more than welcome to do so =)


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 New Look

 
 by cb2k on: Oct 4 2009
 
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It's an adventurous design well rendered..
Nice


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 Re: New Look

 
 by jameshardy88 on: Oct 4 2009
 
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Thankyou very much Cb2k =)


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 Menu and other thoughts

 
 by nitroflow on: Oct 4 2009
 
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As you can see in the following screenshot http://www.flickr.com/photos/11173448@N08/3980765415/sizes/o/ there are still some improvements that could be made to the menu.

On a side note you could use the murrine engine to render the listview as it can provide a nice gradient.


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 ABSOLUTELY AWESOME

 
 by checho on: Oct 5 2009
 
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Men it's a fantastic idea doing things like this one.... I really enjoy waching screenshots, I'll download it to try if it as in the pictures... ;)


checho
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 Re: ABSOLUTELY AWESOME

 
 by jameshardy88 on: Oct 5 2009
 
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It is actually now a download-able and installable theme =)


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