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Equinox Variance (previously Radiance)

   1.30.2  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Equinox Variance (previously Radiance)
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Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  9731
Submitted:  Mar 20 2010
Updated:  Sep 1 2010

Description:

Two GTK and Metacity themes designed for the new version of Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx).

You must install Equinox engine to use this themes.

More informations here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Equinox+GTK+Engine?content=121881




Changelog:

1.30.2 :
* Windows can be dragged from menubar
* Some fixes

1.30 :
* New engine options
* Some fixes

1.20 :
* New engine options
* Use final lucid colors




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 Update

 
 by odysseusjak on: Apr 8 2010
 
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Are you planning on an update now that the button layout is in a different order?


Peace be with you.

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 Re: Update

 
 by tiheum on: Apr 9 2010
 
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An update will be released soon with 2 new metacity themes corresponding to the new button layout. Actual themes will remain available for other distributions and for the ones who don't like the new lucid layout (like me).




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 Panel color ?

 
 by art903 on: Apr 10 2010
 
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Hey,

your theme is extra, but I would want to change the color of the panel...
I'd like the same color as the windows (#e6e1d8) for the panel.

I tried some changes in gtkrc, but nothing succeeded.

Could you help me ?


(and sorry for my horrible english ><)


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 I love it

 
 by traspler on: Apr 11 2010
 
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I just wanted to tell you how much I love this theme. I was looking for a nice theme as none of the standard ubuntu ones looked good.
This one is just awesome!! Thank you :)

What would complete the theme is a config utility as there are a few things I really need to change: The Panels are way too dark and the applets way to gray (I can't really see them on my laptop screen) / The Title bar of the windows is quite huge
I know that you are working on the second issue but what about panel, applet color changes? Is there a way I could do that manually myself?


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 Radiance Glass in Fedora Blue

 
 by ketheriel on: Apr 18 2010
 
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Hey,
I'm a Fedora user and I just love your theme. I'm currently using Equinox Radiance Glass. I was thinking on changing some stuff to match more the colours of Fedora branding.

Would you mind?

Probably going to do some packing for the theme and Equinox engine.

Thanks for a great work. This clearly delivers great eye candy and design to any GTK2 based Desktop.

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 The Button Issues.

 
 by Ravefinity on: Apr 21 2010
 
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Just to shed some light on this issue
you can use: http://ubuntu-tweak.com/
to change the window buttons to any side in a nice GUI way. or so I'm told :)


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 fonts

 
 by jastonas on: May 8 2010
 
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what fonts are you using?


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