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T-ish-Metal

   2.0  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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T-ish-Metal
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T-ish-Metal
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  16559
Submitted:  Jan 17 2006
Updated:  Sep 1 2006

Description:

Evolution from T-ish-Black. Old black themes are also included.

Metal accented version of T-ish, a fast OSX Tiger-ish lookalike Clearlooks theme for Gnome

Looks great with compiz :)) Just use T-ish compiz themes (link below).

Additionally, contains two old variations: classic (really fast) and aquastyle with black decorations and aqualike scrolbars (but not so fast). Also it contains two metacity themes: one with b&w buttons other with colored.

WORKS WITH LATEST CLEARLOOKS-CAIRO.!!
If you want cairo animations uncomment 'animation=TRUE' in gtkrc

Based on Clearlooks engine, Ish GTK theme with additional buttons from Expose and GlossyP metacity borders.

Requires clearlooks engine.

And yes:
For best results use OSX icons, available here on gnomelook.org

IMPORTANT: In order to install both of the themes you'll have to manually extract to ~/.themes dir.




Changelog:

0.1 - initial release
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0.2 - color adjustments
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0.3 - metacity theme trimming in order to achieve more elegant presentation, added aquastyle version that features aqualike scrollbars
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0.4 - new metacity borders, black icons changed to white again, many updates from other T-ish themes
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0.5 - fixed statusbar color, fixed metacity lower-left rounded corner, added metacity with colored buttons (choose it through theme details window)
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0.6 - some changes in order to work well with lately popular compiz window manager
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0.7 - a few more tweaks for Compiz
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0.8 - small color correction
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1.0 - merged improvements from T-ish-Pack
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2.0 - name change to T-ish-Metal, T-ish-metal theme added




LicenseGPL
(Suggested firefox themes (foximetal))
(OSX icons)
(Compiz borders for T-ish)
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 cairo animations!

 
 by flipe on: Jan 17 2006
 
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the cairo animations work in xfce-4.2.3.2?


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 Re: cairo animations

 
 by brainkillah on: Jan 18 2006
 
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Oh yeah... I just LOVE the volume applet with cairo themes :)


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 Looks nice, but...

 
 by Ahab on: Jan 17 2006
 
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...I would lose the brushed Nautilus background. It's overdoing the whole 'brushed metal' thing - at that point it's everywhere, all over the UI. Too much for my tastes. I know it's not hard to change, though.


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 Re: Looks nice, but.

 
 by tmilovan on: Jan 18 2006
 
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Nautilus background is not configured by this theme, user have to do it manualy. It is entirely user choice.


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 gray colors!!

 
 by greno on: Jan 20 2006
 
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Hi man, the new theme variation is perfect, and waiting for so long time. could you change the stock icons to be more calm all stuff, i sugest for a gray and black palette.

thanks for all


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 Re: gray colors!!

 
 by tmilovan on: Jan 21 2006
 
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Well, I think you are right this time. :))
Will do it for the next release.

Thanks.


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 good

 
 by robinswan on: Mar 9 2006
 
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good job, but I prefer to keep color to window system buttom -- minimize, maximize and close.
could you give me a colorful buttom editon ?


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 Re: good

 
 by robinswan on: Mar 9 2006
 
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I copy the T-ish themes buttom to replace current theme buttom.


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 Re: Re: good

 
 by tmilovan on: Mar 9 2006
 
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Thanks,

I'll add another metacity to the package for the next release.


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 help please.

 
 by bitlooter on: Mar 10 2006
 
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Sorry if this is not a place for this question but i can't find anywhere else. What i want to know is how to get that app launcher on the screenshot. I have tried the Candy Bar desklet but it doesn't really come out like that. If someone can let me know if there is a way to do that with GNome i'll appreciate it. I have ubuntu.


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 Re: help please.

 
 by tmilovan on: Mar 10 2006
 
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It's just plain gnome panel.

Go to top gnome panel -> right click -> new panel. Go to newly created panel -> right click > propertes.

Choose orientation bottom then: turn off expand, turn on autohide, turn on "show hide buttons", turn off "arrows on hide buttons", ste size 48. Go to background tab choose solid color and tweak transparency to your liking.

Now this is important: on yor newly crated panel put the following applets:
- any launchers you prefer or use frequently
- desktop swithcer applet
- trash launcher
- desktop button

Now if you choose OSX icons you have the bottom panely exactly the same as on screenshot.

Hope it helps.


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 Re: Re: help please.

 
 by bitlooter on: Mar 10 2006
 
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Thank you very much, that works! Now I am going to create a nice panel for my 11yr-old sister who would appreciate it very much:)


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 Great theme!

 
 by sleeper on: May 9 2006
 
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I like it... :-D


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