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GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Link:  http://
Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  6640
Submitted:  Jan 21 2005
Updated:  Nov 7 2007


A different look to Ubuntu human style. Looks better with x.org shadows. Mist-Human (first screenshot) and New-Human-Round (second screenshot) metacity themes included in alternative download site.


v 0.9
-Changed gtk theme and mist-human to ubuntu gutsy/feisty colors

v 0.8
-Use of Mist engine removed
-New metacity theme
-Text entry highlight, scrollbar coloured, notebook borders coloured, etc.

v 0.7
-Menu highlight and progress bar redesigned again (old menu highlight renamed to menulight-old.png)
-Added gradient color to metacity theme
-Metacity bug reported by denisesballs (thanks) solved.

v 0.6
-New tabs design
-New progress bar
-New menu highlight
-Removed stock icons

v 0.5.1
-Corrected a "Overlay image options specified without filename" bug

v 0.5

-Changed Warty human colors to Hoary&Breezy human colors.
-Changed metacity theme with white icons.

v 0.4.1

-Corrected scrollbar borders.

v 0.4

-Changed default color. Now the desktop is more clear and the unfocused buttons are a bit more visible.
-New scrollbar with brown borders highlight.

v 0.3.1

-Corrected a few bugs when window is unfocused (restore button and a window black line).

v 0.3

-Changed theme name to New-Human.
-New metacity theme based in Pilgrim with Human colors.
-Old mist+systemg metacity theme is named as Mist-Human

v 0.2

-Added a index.theme file.
-Added Suede stock icons (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=13430).
-By default, Human icons theme are used. If you are using another Linux distro, you can use another icons (I recommend Suede).
-New metacity theme. I changed Mist window icons (close, maximize, minimize) with others similar to SystemG (http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=19800).

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 by restrex on: Jan 21 2005
Score 50%

in debian, human style rocks! :D How did you get the shadows? it's xorg? Thanks, for your theme ;)

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 Re: cool!

 by ear3ndil on: Jan 21 2005
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Yes, the shadow is with xorg. I installed it with ubuntu hoary repositories in ubuntu warty.

Thanks for your comment, I'm glad you like the theme:)

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 by zabilcm on: Jan 24 2005
Score 50%

I have been trying to tweak Human with Ubuntu color. This one is a pure gem.
The only thing I find wrong is that the brown highlight for icons besides a menu item, also appears when there are no icons, causing it to overlap on text. I don't think there will be a workaround for that but cool anyways.

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 by robsta on: Jan 25 2005
Score 50%

This is so nice, i couldn't event resist posting a screenshot!

- Rob

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 minor issue

 by robsta on: Jan 26 2005
Score 50%

Hmm, after using it for a few days i think it would be really nice if buttons had a border that was a bit more visible (Same for list column headers, like in evolution). Maybe the same border that notebooks have?

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 Re: minor issue

 by ear3ndil on: Jan 26 2005
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Thanks for your suggestion, you are right, the unselected buttons are a bit difficult to see, I'll modify it.

Thanks again:)

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 Wonderful theme!

 by piedamaro on: Feb 12 2005
Score 50%

It's my default :)

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 by pippovic on: Sep 26 2005
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please upload your work also to http://art.ubuntu.com/

Thank you!

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