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Topaz Brainstorm

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Submitted:  Sep 15 2006
Updated:  Jan 18 2008

Description:

This is my first mockup for a future, slick, integrated desktop environment, hoping to help someway for Topaz.

Some ideas taken from the net, some maybe new. What do you think?

Please note that this is only a mock-up, not a really existing theme, I just wanted to show some ideas. This means that you cannot install/use/have this on your computer, but instead you are encouraged to leave opinions, comments, suggestions, etc. either here or in the related blog.

Small note: no, that "evil-looking thing" (as someone called it :D ) you can see on the wallpaper won't become the Gnome 3.0 logo. I just put it there to experiment something with Inkscape and I didn't remove it.

Note also that I'm not part at all of any Gnome-related team (developers, artists, whatever). So, this isn't anything "official", nor directly related to Topaz. It just shows some ideas that I'd like if implemented sometime in the future.


Credits:
- wallpaper by paninaro ( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=37891 )
- icons: Tango ( http://www.tango-project.org )
- "on-going" idea by kiras ( http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=33673 )




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 Looks really good!

 
 by d34d10n on: Oct 16 2006
 
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Maybe those panles can be scripts (python/ruby/whatever) instead of being hard coded, making it easy to customize and create new ones.


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 Re: Looks really goo

 
 by fredp on: Oct 25 2006
 
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Yeah, Python is great, it would be wonderful it the whole gnome would be made in Python


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 Verry Nice!

 
 by cryptonic on: Oct 17 2006
 
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Hmmm..... Had to uninstall ubuntu because of no support for my wireless drivers but when i get a supported wireless card i cant wait to get back to linux using this theme.
I personally think from the screenshot anyway it looks great and cant wait to try it out and give you some suggestions. In my view with first impressions and all this should be the default theme with ubuntu. And would work well with a refined Topaz circle menus. Another thing would be to be able to customize the color theme. Maybe metallic, White, ect. Again I really like what im seeing .


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 Nice!

 
 by varius on: Oct 23 2006
 
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I really have to say, this is one of the most beautiful desktops I've ever seen. Congrats!


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 Wow

 
 by Saucepan on: Oct 25 2006
 
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That would be the ultimate!


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 Droooollleeeee

 
 by trograin on: Oct 27 2006
 
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Droooooooooooooollllllllllleeeeeeeeeeeee........

Never thought that anyone would be able to come up with a theme for Linux that would be so sexy that all thoughts of Mac related or even the lower Vista related themes would look grey compared to this. If this is how Gnome MIGHT look in future I will skip forever thoughts of buying a mac so that I can get some real eye candy :D


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 Wow..

 
 by Dpdk on: Oct 28 2006
 
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This is absolutly amazing work, if only it was made... I WANT THIS ON MY COMPUTER!


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