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Wildcat - Arbeit Macbuntu

   1.3  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 64%
Wildcat - Arbeit Macbuntu
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Wildcat - Arbeit Macbuntu
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  26019
Submitted:  Nov 19 2010
Updated:  Mar 25 2011

Description:

Wildcat 1.3

formerly Arbeit Macbuntu

::Credits::
- In alphabetical order: Bagley, DanRabbit, DG09, Eamon63, Gekos, Seahorsepip, Spliceosome, Timorei. Without their work this theme could not be made.

::General::

- Theme was designed to use with Global-menu-applet!
- Theme should work with Ubuntu 10.04 but it's not confirmed yet. Lucid Lynx users are asked to confirm if it works ;-) If it's not working, i'll try to fix it.
- There are versions for 10.04 (Wildcat 1.3 NL for normal nautilus and EL for nautilus elementary) and for 10.10 (Wildcat 1.3 NM for normal and EM for elementary nautilus)

::What's new::

- I've get rid of equinox and aurora engine!!
- New notebooks!
- Version for regular nautilus!!
- Slightly recoloured buttons.

:::: ICONS ::::
- Icons are here:

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=GLGOOHFC

There are some changes and i really encurage you to use this versions of icons (but i've get rid of this fake "left/right" button so if you still want to use it you have to stick with older version for now)

::Firefox::

- Firefox looks best with: Hide-menubar Add-on, Foxdie Add-on and theme, and Global-menu Add-on (can be downloaded from DeviantArt)

::Emerald::
- This theme is compatible with dg09's emerald themes.
- There is Emerald theme in the pack - it is modified dg09's theme with Spliceosome's "statusbar"

::Instalation::
- Unpack ".zip" file. You will get "Arbeit Macbuntu New.tar.gz" file which you can install via your theme manager (in ubuntu just drag and drop it), or you can unpack it and move it to your ".themes" folder (hidden in your user folder)

- You can do the same with icons in "arbeit-macbuntu-icons-new.tar.gz". If you want to manually install it, extract it and copy to your ".icons" folder (hidden in your user folder"

::Nautilus-elementary::
- This theme has transparent separators so you can arrange your buttons as you like. In my screen it is: "up", 3 separators, view-mode-button, 3 separators, edit location, location pathbar. But of course you can do what you want.

::Ugly Global-menu Arrow::
- If you're using Global-menu-applet you may notice that distributor logo has ugly arrow underneath. To make it invisible there is "hide-globalmenu-triangle.tar.gz" file which you have to extract in your user folder. There are two invisible files ".arrow-blank.png" and ".gtkrc-2.0".

::Panel Backgrounds::
- They are in Panel-backgrounds.tar.gz archive. I think you know what to do :-)

Have fun, its GPL ;-)




Changelog:

1.3 - 23.III 2011
- New notebooks.
- Version for normal nautilus.
- No Aurora or Equinox anymore.
- Slightly recoloured buttons.

1.2 - 18.II 2011
- Glow around buttons!!!!
- 2 versions of theme: 1 - using equinox engine and with tweaked Gekos breadcrumbs (first screenshot). 2 - using murrine engine with my aqua breadcrumbs.
- Fix for updated Chrome (Chromium).
- There is no black dot in nautilus icon-size scale.
- Sound scale matches all other scales.
- Other metacity (with smaller buttons) in package.
- Few new panel backgrounds.
- Metacity buttons are on the left by default.

1.1 - 10.I 2011
- New scrollbar
- Entries are square now.
- Combobox
- New slider in nautilus
- New toolbar background
- New metacity
- And now theme is compatible with Firefox FOXDIE Theme

1.0.2 - 12.XII 2010
- Added forward/backward button - "up" button.
- Added fix for globalmenu arrow.
- Changed colors of combobox entry
- Fixed problem with .

1.0.1 - 27.XI 2010
- Reuploaded with panel backgrounds.

- Solved problem with distributor logo, and with refresh icon - now they look as they should :-)




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 nautilus

 
 by XmaskX on: Nov 20 2010
 
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hi,

how did you change the icons in the nautilus toolbar.
i have there an icon for reload which isnt mono. its full colored and bigger, so it looks ugly.

thx


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 Re: nautilus

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 20 2010
 
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I'm working on it. For now, i just removed reload button from toolbar (right click on toolbar - there will be something like customize or personalize toolbar). There is also a bug with logo in panel, but i have managed to solve it. I hope i'll manage to change that reload icon as well. (I think i'll update theme tomorrow)


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 Re: nautilus

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Hi, i've changed the refresh icon, and distributor logo. Now everything works fine :-)


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 Panel backgrounds

 
 by oOsome1Oo on: Nov 27 2010
 
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there is no "Panel backgrounds" folder


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 Re: Panel backgrounds

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Sorry, my mistake. Extract "Arbeit Macbuntu.tar.gz" there, in "Arbeit Macbuntu" folder, will be "gtk-2.0" and there will be "Panel" folder - there are backgrounds


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 Re: Panel backgrounds

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 27 2010
 
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Ok, i've corrected it. Now there is "Panel background" folder in the main .zip file. But you can also find panel backgrounds in "Panel" folder in "arbeit macbuntu.tar.gz" file that you have downloaded.


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 does not work with 10.04

 
 by drpaulaner on: Jan 13 2011
 
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does not work in 10.04 ;-(((

even if i use the "force" option


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 Re: does not work with 10.04

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Jan 13 2011
 
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Maybe it's a matter of murrine engine.


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 Look...

 
 by DasFox on: Jan 14 2011
 
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Look, don't take me the wrong way, you did a nice job!

But it's disgusting to think a REAL LINUX GEEK wants their box looking like a MAC!

I run Linux for Linux, I don't want it looking like Windows or Apple!

Linux geeks should learn to respect Linux and make Linux looking themes!

PEACE


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 Re: Look...

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Jan 14 2011
 
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I hope you don't use wine, cedega or dosbox because it would be a blasphemy for a real linux geek ;-) Okay, okay, just kidding.

I understand your point (but it does not mean i agree with you). The thing is - OS X looks great. It's simple yet colourful GUI and people just like the way it looks.

Linux has many great themes - recent are Orta, Atolm, a bit older Elementary or Clearlooks Revamp. They are aesthetic and looks nice, but they are too minimalistic - it's all only black, white and grey. Clearlooks Revamp is a bit more colourful but event this theme was too minimalistic for my taste.

And it's not like i use only OS X themes, and i don't only make OS X themes. I am still trying to make not OS X-like theme that would not only look nice but would be REAL pleasure to work with it.

I understand that much of linux users think that theme should be hmm... how to put it - it should be minimalistic, and should not distract user during work. Yet it still should be aesthetic. Ok - i understand, but i have other priorieties. For me theme should look astonishing, when user first see a simple button he should think "hey, it looks great" and then he sees progressbar and thinks "whoaaaa" ;-) My english is too bad to express properly what i want to say, but i hope you know what i mean.

Theme is like a piece of art, and there are different tastes - one like Netherland masters like Rembrandt or Vermeer, someone else like imressionists like Renoir or Degas and so on... problem is: Linux has many masters of art - and they make nice themes - but they are all minimalists, not a single impressionist or even classicist. Of course i don't want to offend any of great linux theme designers. It's just a matter of taste, and i know, i'm much worse painter than they are, but i'm quite good art counterfeiter ;-)


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 Great

 
 by juandejesuss on: Jan 14 2011
 
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wooow I must say this is the best Mac theme I've seen so far!!! congrats and keep the excellent work up


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 Re: Great

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Jan 14 2011
 
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Thank you :-)


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 uninstall script?

 
 by drpaulaner on: Jan 15 2011
 
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how do i remove it?

in earlier versions there was an uninstall script. Can´t find it in this one


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 Re: uninstall script?

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Jan 15 2011
 
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Go to your user folder and press ctrl+h -> now find ".themes" folder and open it -> there you can find "Arbeit Macbuntu 1.1" folder and just delete it.

And - this is not official Macbuntu theme! "Arbeit Macbuntu" is my modification, using some graphic and icons from "Macbuntu" theme.


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