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T-ish borders for Compiz

   0.11  

Compiz Theme

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T-ish borders for Compiz
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T-ish borders for Compiz
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Downloads:  66027
Submitted:  Jul 18 2006
Updated:  Oct 7 2006

Description:

Finally. T-ish themes for Compiz.

Requires gcompizthemer and cgwd, aiglx or xgl, compiz-quinn and any T-ish gtk theme.

Extract and import into gcompizthemer.

Use T-ish theme with: T-ish, T-ish-Aguastyle, T-ish-Ubuntulooks and T-ish-Ubuntulooks-Aquastyle.

Use T-ish-Metal with: T-ish-Black and T-ish-Brushed

Leave some feedback please.:))




Changelog:

0.1 - initial tryout
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0.2 - tweak for better blending with T-ish -Black
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0.3 - latest gcompizthemer and cgwd compatibility
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0.3.1 - correct upload, sorry
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0.4 - new menu button
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0.5 - testing release
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0.6 - added compatibility versions for cgwd 0.3x
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0.7 - fixed button possitions
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0.8 - dropped compatibility with pre0.3 versions of gcompizthemer, added screenshots,
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0.9 - corrected button and titlebar spacings, changed shadows and some other minor enhancements.
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0.10 - engine compatibility issues
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0.11 - added onlytop rounded variation, added different inactive state




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 hmm...

 
 by maitre on: Jul 18 2006
 
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The standard compiz window decoration is fugly.

You're a god. Have my babies.


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 Icons

 
 by jtech on: Jul 19 2006
 
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I love the icons you have in your kicker. Did you get the office icons from this site? If not could you tell me where you found them? Thanks!


-jtech
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 Re: Icons

 
 by tmilovan on: Jul 19 2006
 
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They are plain old OSX icons available here on gnomelook. Here:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=31618


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 kicker

 
 by superciccio on: Jul 19 2006
 
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how can I get the kicker like osx in your screenshoot, I have a gdesklets but it isn't good like yours


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 Re: kicker

 
 by tmilovan on: Jul 20 2006
 
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You don't need gdesklets, just plain gnome-panel. Here, try this:

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

Of course, use OSX icons.

Hope it helps.


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 some help needed

 
 by cdori on: Jul 27 2006
 
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Hello!
I've successfully installed compiz-quinncvs_060724-7.1.i586.rpm,
gcompizthemer-0.12-1.1.i586.rpm,
xgl-cvs_060714-8.1.i586.rpm on my SuSE 10.1, but whatever I do, the border buttons do not change, regardless the imported theme. Any thoughts?
Thanks.


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 Re: some help needed

 
 by tmilovan on: Jul 27 2006
 
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Unfortunatelly you'll have to upgrade to at least 0.18 (I think) to get this latest version to work. I can send you older release if you cannot upgrade.

Just let me know.


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 downlading

 
 by blendyblendy on: Oct 24 2007
 
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hey,

How can I download and install this on my ubuntu Gutsy (7.10)? I want to give my ubuntu a macish look. so how do I download it? And most of all install it?


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 Re: downlading

 
 by maryn on: Nov 1 2007
 
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I suggest starting at http://www.ubuntu.com. Choose the option dowonload, architecture you need and mirror server phisically close to you. If you're not experienced user, it's better to use livecd version, than alternate, because you may see the system in action before you install it. Please, notice, that livecd is significantly slower than installed system. After you run livecd just click the "install" icon and follow the instructions given by installator.
Good luck,
Hope you'll enjoy you're new system.


maryn
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 Re: Re: downlading

 
 by maryn on: Nov 1 2007
 
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sorry, I'm a little bit tired, and misread your post... lol


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 Sjajno

 
 by UrosG3 on: Mar 11 2009
 
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Divna tema, gotovo prva na koju sam naleteo, kada sam instalirao Linux, i prva ljubav zaborava nema, do dan danas je ostala na desktopu, iako sam pretresao gotovo ceo sajt. Odmereno, prefinjeno, estetski cisto.

Jos jednom, sve cestitke, i pozdrav iz Beograda.


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