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Clearlooks 2

   2.1  

Metacity Theme

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Clearlooks 2
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Clearlooks 2
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Downloads:  24167
Submitted:  Dec 18 2005
Updated:  Jan 1 2006

Description:

This is version 2 of the Clearlooks window decoration, made to fit well with Clearlooks-Cairo.

Note: If you want to keep your old Clearlooks Metacity theme, you should rename one of the theme folders.




Changelog:

2.1:
- Gave up and switched to pixmaps for icons.
- Focused icons have a soft shadow outline for better visibility (thanks to dhonn for the mockup).
- Well, happy new year!

2.0.1:
- Tweaked separator line on unfocused windows.
- Icons on active buttons are always white.

2.0:
- Initial release.




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 bleh.

 
 by graig on: Dec 21 2005
 
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i hate the square bottoms. why? why not round them? i think uniformity looks better, its silly when the top is rounded and the bottom is not.


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 Re: bleh.

 
 by Sparrk on: Dec 21 2005
 
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Just for the record, comments like this are the best way to _not_ make me post a balloon variation. Maybe someone else will do it though.

Ideally I would round all corners just a little, but that's not possible yet.


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 how about this

 
 by dhonn on: Dec 22 2005
 
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What about adding a light shadow on the focused title bar buttons?

like this: http://dhonn.com/images/shadow.png


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 Re: how about this

 
 by Sparrk on: Dec 22 2005
 
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Yeah, I was thinking about this but it's not easy to do without pixmaps. Your mockup is very cool and I'll probably give it a try. Thanks.


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 Re: Re: how about th

 
 by dhonn on: Dec 23 2005
 
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its really tiny rects. The problem is the x though.


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 Re: Re: Re: how abou

 
 by Sparrk on: Dec 23 2005
 
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Exactly, I'm still working on the X. I have to use fixed colors for the diagonal lines (since the tinting op can only do rects), so I hope I can make it look alright.


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 that's

 
 by ktux on: Jan 1 2006
 
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very very nice . i prefer it to the original . great work :-)


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 Re: that's

 
 by flamingyak on: Jan 1 2006
 
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I agree. Pretty freekin' cool man.


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 Re: that's

 
 by bvc on: Jan 13 2006
 
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I thought the original was better. Maybe because the buttons were bigger and fit the bg better? Not to mention the pixmap buttons are not accessibilty friendly. If shooting for 'default' along with the clearlooks gtk, that would be a big issue, no?


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 Looks great

 
 by Fedorateur on: Jan 21 2006
 
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Can you post what is the background ?


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 Re: Looks great

 
 by Sparrk on: Jan 31 2006
 
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On the first screenshot it is one by Jimmac for Novell Desktop 10, called "golden-harmonics". You should be able to find it if you google for "golden-harmonics jimmac".

The second was a contributed screenshot and the background on it AFAIK is from Windows Vista.


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 Re: Re: Looks great

 
 by gfx on: Feb 4 2006
 
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That's completely wrong ! Credits for this wallpaper goes to AmericanPsycho on DeviantArt :

http://americanpsycho.deviantart.com/

This does NOT come from evil-Redmont.


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 size

 
 by dhonn on: Mar 20 2006
 
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The title bar should be more porportional to the text. I noticed in xp that the default title bar is a bit thicker perhaps we can move in that direction. Gnome's default font size is currently perfect.


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 Beautiful!

 
 by temet69nosce on: Mar 22 2006
 
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WooW! I'm in love with the new design!
I'm sure it'd be "defaulted" in many upcoming distros. Congratulations!


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