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iMetal Leopard theme

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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iMetal Leopard theme
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iMetal Leopard theme
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iMetal Leopard theme
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  12508
Submitted:  Nov 16 2010
Updated:  Nov 17 2011

Description:

This is a mix between the great Plastic Blend gtk theme & a leopard metacity theme.
I changed the scrollbars & fixed issues I had with GlobalMenu.
I am using it with both Mac4Lin icon & mouse pointers theme.
firefox theme is VFox3, Thunderbird\'s is the great iLeopard theme.




Changelog:

- Now working nautilus-elementary version with breadcrumbs
- 16.11.11 : modifications to adapt to emerald theme + firefox mod theme




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 Good!

 
 by Asturbal on: Nov 16 2010
 
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Very Good! Sims like the iTunes theme for windows.


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 nice

 
 by dshdsh on: Dec 10 2010
 
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Wow, nice theme, thank you! One thing only. It would be good to make active tab more "intensive". Right now it isn't so easy to see that tab is active.


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 NO Please

 
 by DasFox on: Jan 14 2011
 
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Please learn to respect Linux, if you are a Linux geek then please make themes to like Linux, something Linux cool.

If you want the look of OS X then please buy an Apple!




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 Re: NO Please

 
 by manuw2009 on: Jan 18 2011
 
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and please learn to respect others...
Maybe you could just keep your obnoxious comments to yourself ?
And you talk about "respect" ?
The beauty of free software, is that you are free to choose !


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 Back & Forward Buttons

 
 by BobCat80 on: May 14 2011
 
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Hi man very good job!

Can you tell us how do you make back & forward buttons in the file manager without gap between them?

Thank you in advance!!!!


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 Back & Forward Buttons

 
 by BobCat80 on: May 14 2011
 
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Hi man very good job!

Can you tell us how do you make back & forward buttons in the file manager without gap between them?

Thank you in advance!!!!


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 Re: Back & Forward Buttons

 
 by manuw2009 on: May 14 2011
 
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Thanx
Well the hack is actually the same as gtk lion theme : it's a single image used as nautilus toolbar (for details take a look at the nautilus-tweaks.rc file)


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 Version for GTK3

 
 by kvinayaks on: Nov 18 2011
 
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This is the most beautiful theme I have even seen which matches MacOS look. Are you planning to convert it for GTK3 too?


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 Re: Version for GTK3

 
 by manuw2009 on: Nov 18 2011
 
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Thank you !
I only adapted/fixed existing great themes to make them consistent all together.
As for gtk3, unfortunately, unless someone builds some conversion tool, I can't manager to rewrite everything from scratch


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