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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:  585355
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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 Flash & RGBA trouble

 
 by XxAndoxX on: Dec 13 2010
 
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Hey¡ first of all, i want to congratulate you¡ you have done an excellent work here. Now, my trouble, i installed win2-7 with no problems, the problem came when i wanted to activate the RGBA to have the transparencies in the windows, so i installed it but when i did this, i wa unable to watch videos in youtube using firefox, this doesn't happen when i use chrome, the trouble is that firefox is much better than chrome, so any idea of what is wrong here???


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 Re: Flash & RGBA trouble

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 13 2010
 
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How did you install the True Aero?


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 Re: Flash & RGBA trouble

 
 by juandejesuss on: Dec 13 2010
 
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I think you did install the RGBA which unlocks all gtk apps to show transparencies, the Hyper-Aero project was using that repositories

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:erik-b-andersen/rgba-gtk

if you have this repos, just remove it or look for

gtk2-module-rgba

and uninstall it


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 Re: Re: Flash & RGBA trouble

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 13 2010
 
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Thats what im thinking....Thats why i asked how did he install it. did he run the Hyper-Aero Deb? (We need to remove that lol)


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 Re: Re: Re: Flash & RGBA trouble

 
 by XxAndoxX on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Yep¡ I added the ppa, and what i did to solved this was to remove it, and to have transparencies i installed the gnome color chooser and in the machines menu i select murrine for global settings


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 Re: Permission from Microsoft?

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 13 2010
 
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Hmmm...I see.

Based off that documentation I guess we cant "legally" distribute the Microsoft icons with the pack.

I guess well have to remove the Microsoft icons in the next version of the pack.

We will be replacing them with a Microsoft "themed" icon set.

Also I was thinking....I wonder if we could keep the Microsoft Windows Icons, but upload them to a torrent and post the link to the torrent, then we/gnomelook would not be hosting them so Microsoft couldn't complain?


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 Re: Re: Permission from Microsoft?

 
 by ariszlo on: Dec 13 2010
 
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> Based off that documentation I guess we cant "legally" distribute the Microsoft icons with the pack.

Neither legally, nor morally. If you have some candy or anything else that you do not want to share with me then I must accept the fact (and make friends with other people).

Free Software is about sharing not stealing.


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 Re: Re: Re: Permission from Microsoft?

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 13 2010
 
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Morally I have no probalm with. Haha!

But sure. The next version of Win2-7 will have a alternative icon set, a few bug fixes and a torrent to the win2-7 Icon theme for those who wish to download it (illegally :P )


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 Re: Re: Permission from Microsoft?

 
 by Half-Left on: Dec 20 2010
 
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Just a question, but are these the actual icons from Microsoft Windows or have they been made to look like them?

If someone made them themselves then they're legal, like any cloned artwork.


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 Re: Re: Re: Permission from Microsoft?

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 20 2010
 
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I think so. We've made some edits to some of them but I don't think that counts. Jesus knows more about the icons then I do.

We would need to find a cloned set, so far no luck really.


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 Moral question

 
 by Karmicbastler on: Dec 14 2010
 
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hi together,
why having any moral proboems with sharing and redistributing Microsoft-Icons?? Everybody does it and you can find them allaround in the Internet in other packages. All I do in my theme is, to put them together to a working gnome-theme and share them.
Why being so crazy and spend several hunderds of euros for these Icons, if one can have them for free??? Why on earth?? I don't look into this. I will never do so...

So juanjesus does great work with his Windows7-Icons and he should keep it up. Microsoft won't make any trouble, because they distribute these icons alo for free in there test-Isos.

Come on people...don't make such a fuss about this....*shake head* *big sime*

Greetings
Karmicbastler


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 Re: Moral question

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Me and Jesus are still debating on a plan of action. So far we have come up with these ideas:

A. Continue to distribute the pack with the icons until if/when we get a legitimate communication from Microsoft saying not to distribute any more.

B. Move the Icons out of the pack and add them to something like "Win2-7 Restricted Extras" and have the script fetch that file warning the user that it is copyrighted material and we are not liable should legal complications occur.

C. Store the Icons in a torrent and post a link to download the torrent file and the user can follow bundled instructions on installation.

We are NOT going to DROP the windows icons. Too much work has been put in by Jesus collection, creating and modifying them to work with the pack. The pack started out as a Icon back and it still is focused on the icons at its core.

Were just trying to figure out the most moral, legal way to include them.

And yes Microsoft does distribute there icons with there demos and free software...that makes me think that they may be able to stay in the pack unless we hear otherwise, hence Solution A.

No matter what solution we pick, its going to take a lot of work to "undo" what we have done and code a alternate system. It will suck time away from future development of Win2-7 and we may not be able to release Win2-XP as soon as we hopped (we are aiming for the first of the year). Any updates could be delayed weeks to months depending on what action we decide on.


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Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
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 Re: Re: Moral question

 
 by Cooleech on: Dec 15 2010
 
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Check out YLMF OS. That should be enough for those users who like WinXP look atm. ;)

I guess, you could do your own M$-look-alike icons, too... which I think you already have. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Moral question

 
 by ariszlo on: Dec 16 2010
 
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If the icons had been redrawn from scratch and they only looked like the original Windows 7 icons then I believe they would be legal.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Moral question

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 16 2010
 
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Ya, that would be the most ideal solution, but i didnt list it in our solution list cause me or Jesus dont have that type of talent at the moment. :(


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 Reduce size of Win2-7.tar.bz2

 
 by ariszlo on: Dec 16 2010
 
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Please, remove hidden file .icon-theme.cache from Win2-7.tar.bz2 to reduce its size from 25.5 MB to 13.3 MB.


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 Re: Reduce size of Win2-7.tar.bz2

 
 by juandejesuss on: Dec 17 2010
 
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hey thanks for the tip, for some reason this file is generated after uncompressing icon theme, but I deleted it and compress the files, I could see this file smaller =D


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 Re: Re: Reduce size of Win2-7.tar.bz2

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 17 2010
 
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Its fixed but no update will be released until the Alternative Icon Resources have been fully developed and implemented (Should be a bit after Christmas)


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 Bootsplash win7

 
 by albatros22 on: Dec 18 2010
 
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Hi,
after uninstalling this package is my bootsplash with Windows 7, during the shutdown of the system is Ubuntu bootsplash. How do I fix this?

Regards,
albatros


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 Re: Bootsplash win7

 
 by Dart00 on: Dec 20 2010
 
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Im not sure. Iv never had/seen/heard this happen. Maybe you could try manually installing a new Plymouth theme?


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 Download problem solved :p

 
 by MissRedRouge on: Dec 21 2010
 
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Windows solved! Add this, your workaround sucks!

Problem:
If you're using Windows and IE it will corrupt the tarball by adding an extra .tar.

Workaround:
After you click the download button, right click the "here" link and click "Save target as"

Why your listed workaround, works, but sucks:
If you download by NOT doing right click/target as you get the .tar.tar and even if you delete the extra .tar you'll get weird problems.

(e.g) I downloaded the tar in Windows and changed the extensions and tried to install Win2-7 in a Ubuntu box.

It said it need 2 weeks to uncompress.

It should normally be ~1 minute.


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