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Blended

   1.6  

Metacity Theme

Score 74%
Blended
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  262406
Submitted:  Jul 3 2005
Updated:  Jan 9 2006

Description:

Blended is a simple theme designed to blend in with the menu bar to create a smooth appearance.

The theme was designed with the Clearlooks GTK2 theme in mind, but works well with other themes that have plain menu bars.

Inculdes 4 theme variations:

Blended ( Top corners rounded)
BlendedDoubleRound (Top and bottom corners rounded)
BlendedSmall (Smaller window butons)
BlendedSmallDoubleRound

--------------NOTE--------------
If you want all 4 variations make sure they are all coppied to your themes folder as at least for me installing through theme preferences only installs the last theme.




Changelog:

1.6
-Looks much better with darker GTK themes
-Windows have a slightly beveled appearance
-Title padding reduced on regular button size themes
-focused text no longer etched
-other minor changes

1.5
-Removed program icon
-Added buttons to unfocused windows
-Buttons are etched in pressed state
-Shaded windows are only doubly round on round varients
-Darker shadow in button tray




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 Great Theme

 
 by ickusslime on: Oct 20 2005
 
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I really like this metacity theme. Is there a way to have the buttons pick up the GTK themes color in the buttons only, Not the whole window frame?? I use it anyway cause its cool. But it would be neat if the buttons pick up the color of the menu highlight so say if mine is blue the buttons are a blended blue and grey instead of just grey. Am I making sense?


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 Re: Great Theme

 
 by ECHM on: Jan 9 2006
 
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This reply is more than a little late (so I know you may never see this), but I figure that more than just you would be interested in this. I fiddled with this sort of idea myself, but because of the large variation in selection colours (brightness and saturation) it's unlikely there'll be a setup that looks good for all themes. That's why the focused buttons are fixed as white. I might look at this again sometime, but anyone is welcome to give it a go if they like.


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 Awesome theme

 
 by steviant on: Jan 10 2006
 
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I really like the smooth look from the menubar to the toolbar, and the lack of coloured 'tips' on tabs like on XP clone themes.

I'm using the QtCurve unified theme to achieve consistency between Gtk1/2 & Qt applications, and I've trimmed off the sides of the blended theme to make it look a little 'lighter', but your look is really very similar to my desktop right now, except better. :)

If I wasn't constantly using applications that use different toolkits, I'd switch to your theme in a second.

screenshots:
http://portunus.net.nz/rtfm/screenshots/20060110-2240.png

Go the fully blended themes!


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 Awesome theme

 
 by steviant on: Jan 10 2006
 
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I really like the smooth look from the menubar to the toolbar, and the lack of coloured 'tips' on tabs like on XP clone themes.

I'm using the QtCurve unified theme to achieve consistency between Gtk1/2 & Qt applications, and I've trimmed off the sides of the blended theme to make it look a little 'lighter', but your look is really very similar to my desktop right now, except better. :)

If I wasn't constantly using applications that use different toolkits, I'd switch to your theme in a second.

screenshots:
http://portunus.net.nz/rtfm/screenshots/20060110-2240.png

Go the fully blended themes!


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 Great Work!

 
 by panosl on: Jan 10 2006
 
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There seems to be a lack of dark hued themes in general. This one looks and feels really good.

Thanks for sharing.


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 Usability

 
 by MistaED on: Jan 23 2006
 
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This is one excellent theme! But there is one thing which bugs me with usability: It is hard to distinguish between focused and non-focused windows. I have an idea which could work, granted if metacity can kind of "control" the clearlooks colours. Have it so unfocused windows are darkened as well as the GTK+ part. Somewhat like your picture preview shows.

If it already does this with 1.6, I'm all for downloading it! But I'm guessing that pic just illustrates how it integrates well now with darker GTK+ themes.

Anyway, keep up the good work!


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 gtk

 
 by houseofmore on: Apr 2 2006
 
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what is the dark gtk theme in the screen shot?

me likes!


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