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Win2-7 Pack

   6.8.3 Multilang  

GNOME Icon Theme

Score 76%
Win2-7 Pack
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  574432
Submitted:  Oct 6 2009
Updated:  Jul 19 2014

Description:

==== THE WIN2-7 PACK IS NOT UNDER DEVELOPMENT ====


Thank you for visiting the Official homepage of the Win2-7 pack!

=== Intro: ===
Even from its start in late 2009 as an Gnome Icon pack, the Win2-7 Packs goal has not changed...To be the most comprehensive, easily installable, customizable and most user friendly Windows 7 Transformation Pack on earth for the Gnome Desktop! :D We are amazed at how close we have come! Feel free to download and install it, make sure to vote if you like it and comment if you have anything to say and even donate a few bucks! But be sure to read the FAQ first before you install. We have put in hours and hours to make the Win2-7 pack do a very careful and safe installation and uninstallation, but none the less, use at your own risk and make a backup just as you would during any major update. Anyone involved in the Win2-7 Pack Team is not liable for any dataloss or damage that is the direct or indirect result of the Win2-7 Pack.

=== Quick FAQ: ===
Q: How do I install? A: Run GUIInstall.sh.
Q: How do I uninstall? A: Run GUIUninstall.sh.
Q: What languages are there? A: English , Danish and Croatian.
Q: Is it compatible with my system? A: Check the "Compatibility Chart" under Links.
Q: How can I extract it? A. Use "Extract Here" from the context menu or run "cat Win2-7Pack*.tar.lzma | lzma -d | tar x" at a terminal.
Q: When extracting I get: "This does not look like a tar archive"? A: Remove ".tar" from the end of the filename.
Q: I want to help translate? A: Send Dart00 a Private Message with your language and personal e-mail and experience.
Q: My Panel Menu does not look like the one in the Screenshot? A: Gnomenu must be installed (using Win2-7 Essentials or some other way) and added to the panel manually.
Q: It looks like it installed correctly but does not have any of the Microsoft logos, icons, sounds, cursor...etc. A: You did not install the Win2-7 Restricted Extras in the Win2-7 Essentials options.


=== Links: ===
Compatibility Chart:http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/149/pantallazohx.png
=== Instructional Videos: ===
Win2-7 Murrine Aero Videos: Blur and Reflection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6eRm_7jY04
Win2-7 Murrine Aero Videos: Features - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0WHejUIpI0

=== Credit: ===
The Microsoft Windows and Office Logos are a Copyright and Trademark of Microsoft. Credit goes to the hard working Win2-7 Development Team, its Contributors, Content Creators, Translators and Microsoft. Some code has been taken and modified from the "Ubuntu Start Script". All Linux Distribution Logos and/or branding are subject to copyright by their respective copyright and/or trademark holders
=== License: ===
The Pack is Licensed under GPL. It does include proprietary graphics from Microsoft but those are installed only if you select "Win2-7 Restricted Extras" which would make the Win2-7 Pack Proprietary and they are not selected by default. As long as that option is not checked the Win2-7 Pack is GPL.

=== Donate: ===
Microsoft Windows 7: $199.99 USD - $319.99 USD
Win2-7 Pack: FREE! USD (PayPal Donations Welcome - See Below)

Jesus - Lead Manager:
Click On "Donate" Link Beside The Download Link

Dart00 - Upstream Programmer:
Globemaster22000@yahoo.com (PayPal)




Changelog:

6.8.3 (11/08/2011)
- Fixed: A minor security flaw with the sudoers file.

Note: It is recommended that all users install this update.

6.8.2 (10/10/2011)
- Fixed: GUIUinistall.sh.sh now works properly

6.8.1 (9/25/2011)
- Fixed: Incorrect error message for Unity.
- Fixed: A small GPG error
- Fixed: French support now works properly




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 i need signing keys

 
 by marcosmora on: Oct 28 2010
 
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hello. i just instaled your 5.9 pack on my ubuntu 10.04 and it works fine a looks great! still i got an issue: my autoupdate says i got a lot of autentication problems. the software in case is gtk2-engine-murrine, lib-nautilus-extension1, nautilus, nautilus-data and so on. so i whould really apreciate if you post the needed sign keys either as a text file or a sudo instrution than fech it from the server. thanks in adavance. keep the hard work.


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 Re: i need signing keys

 
 by Dart00 on: Oct 28 2010
 
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Thats strange, the script always copies/imports the signing keys over before it installs the software.....

U can manually import the keys, they are located in: "Files/Keys".

There is a script out on google that searches and downloads any missing keys. If i can find it well put a link to it.


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 Re: Re: i need signing keys

 
 by marcosmora on: Oct 30 2010
 
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thanks. i added them manualy from that directory. it works now.


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 Space in the indicator applet

 
 by earthhere on: Oct 30 2010
 
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Hello! I love this project and surprised how well was it made. I though have one question. Is there any way to make the distance among the icons in the indicator applet smaller? I always feel icons too crowded in my panel, and if it's possible, I would like to have more free space for other icons... Thank you very much and keep up the good work!! Very very satisfied!
ps. Sorry, just one another thought. I think it would be great if there are more color variation for the window borders like Windows 7! (Yes, I change the color all the time if I can. :-)) Thank you!


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 Re: Space in the indicator applet

 
 by earthhere on: Oct 30 2010
 
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Oh, and I am using Ubuntu 10.04 with gnome.


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 Re: Space in the indicator applet

 
 by Dart00 on: Oct 31 2010
 
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Hey, Thanks for your interest in the pack. AFAIK the spacing in the notification area, indicator applet...etc is set :( BUT I could be wrong if you look hard enough. If you find a way let us know and well post a link about it.

What you could do is make another panel on to top of the screen thats 40px tall and add launchers up there and use the bottom panel for minimized applications and notification area?

Also check out Emerald, (it installs with win2-7 essentials). It has many many colors you can choose. (Metacity colors is limited for the moment). You can set Emerald to the default Window decorator using "Fusion Icon".

Maybe we could add more metacity colors if Jesus is up to it. ;)


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 Re: Re: Space in the indicator applet

 
 by earthhere on: Nov 1 2010
 
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Thank you! Yeah, it was emerald themes that I wanted! Perfect! I removed the Icon sets and notification area theme (I love the Windows look, but not the Windows logos hehe) but rest I maintained. It looks so good. Thank you!


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 Re: Re: Re: Space in the indicator applet

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 1 2010
 
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Np, don't forget to vote! :)


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 non-transparent spaces

 
 by funster on: Oct 31 2010
 
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hello there, i really like your theme, it's a really good work for someone who's not feeling comfy with the theme for linux...

oyea, i have a little bit of problem here. i can't make some areas ( the bottom of nautilus, the menubar of rhytmbox, and everything of gedit) transparent. how can you do that? please tell me.


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 Re: non-transparent spaces

 
 by Dart00 on: Oct 31 2010
 
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Oh ok. Well need a lil bit more information before we can help u address ur issues.

- Post a few screenshots of ur issue
- What distro and distro version are u useing?
- What version of the pack did u install?
- Did u do Turbo Mode or Standard Mode?
- What architecture are u useing?


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 Re: Re: non-transparent spaces

 
 by funster on: Nov 1 2010
 
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oh ok, sorry about that,
1. wait a minute, i'll upload it in a few minutes...
2. ubuntu, 10.04
3. i don't know, i just installed from this page i think it's 6.0
4. standard mode
5. x86


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 Re: Re: non-transparent spaces

 
 by funster on: Nov 1 2010
 
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oh.. never mind, fixed it...
silly me, i didn't notice the error when it try to install the ccsm..
thanks


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 Re: Re: Re: non-transparent spaces

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 1 2010
 
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Ok, sounds good. Glad u were able to resolve it. :)

Dont forget to become a fan and vote! :D


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 still some bugs

 
 by moshxsoft on: Oct 31 2010
 
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look this picture

http://img823.imageshack.us/img823/6136/screenshot2mx.png

i choose all selection in install but my theme not same theme in this topic


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 Re: still some bugs

 
 by Dart00 on: Oct 31 2010
 
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Hmmm...if u installed everything it should not look like that. I think this is more of a issue then a bug.

Backup all ur files
Reinstall Ubuntu 10.10
Install all updates
Download Win2-7 version 6.0 and install it before
u install any other software. useing Turbo Mode installing all Win2-7 Essentials.
Restore ur backed up data and reinstall ur programs

After you have done all these steps, post screenshots of the results.


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 Incredible work of art!

 
 by emperorsuresh on: Nov 1 2010
 
Score 63%

I was able to resurrect an old 900mHz computer with the help of Ubuntu 10.10 and this amazing theme. This revitalized computer is now being used by my kids (two of them are under 5 years old).

This theme has helped them feel at home with the new OS, and can independently operate the computer.

At least ten other families have taken a cue from this and have done this at their homes too.

The trend I see here is that this theme is helping to initiate a lot of people into the wonder-world called Linux.

Thank you for coming up with the theme. Your attention to detail is incredible (special reference to the boot-up logo among others).


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 Re: Incredible work of art!

 
 by juandejesuss on: Nov 4 2010
 
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Well that's one of our main purposes, not everyone is able to use the latest on tech and effects, but a picture's worth a thousand words, the boot up logo was actually made by Moony and Schiwi if I'm not wrong, hehe


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 Icons Size Notification Area

 
 by getshivam on: Nov 5 2010
 
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http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14472678/screenshot1.png

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14472678/screenshot2.png

These two are the images of my desktop. My problem is that the size of icons in the notification area applet are quite uneven. But when i saw the size of icons in the pics given on this page they were so even and windows7 like.

Kindly help me how to adjust the size of these icons.


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 Re: Icons Size Notification Area

 
 by juandejesuss on: Nov 6 2010
 
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which distro are you using?? the icons of the pictures are from Ubuntu 10.10


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 Re: Re: Icons Size Notification Area

 
 by getshivam on: Nov 6 2010
 
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it's Fedora 13....


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 Re: Re: Re: Icons Size Notification Area

 
 by juandejesuss on: Nov 6 2010
 
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oh I see, in other distros:

-battery
-network
-sound

are displayed on the notification area applet and ubuntu uses "indicator applet" for displaying them, in fact the only one who remains on notification area applet is network icon but there's a link on the links section for changing it to indicator applet

maybe you can also have this by finding how to install indicator applets on Fedora =D if we find something, we'll let you know folks


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