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glossy orange

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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glossy orange
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  15145
Submitted:  Mar 18 2007
Updated:  Mar 27 2007

Description:

I always liked the OSX "pill type" buttons so i decided to make it into a metacity theme. feel free to tell me what you think and/or mod it to your hearts content

unified used as a base so it blends in well with gtk 2.x theme

has a simple murrine theme to go along with it





Changelog:

-added distributor logo and media controls
-added simple murrine theme (based on murrine lily)
-added other distributor logos including debian, red hat, fedora, suse, mandriva, also added a gnome one




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 nice

 
 by kenjiru on: Mar 21 2007
 
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looks very nice


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 Icons

 
 by wojciech on: Mar 27 2007
 
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Great work. I have one question - what icon theme are you using here?


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 Re: Icons

 
 by integer on: Mar 27 2007
 
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Nuovext...


People is dying virgin. Please, fuck with the books.
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 dock??

 
 by micio on: Mar 27 2007
 
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good work!! which dock are you using???


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 icons and dock

 
 by tripod4 on: Mar 28 2007
 
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the icons are a mixture of osx and nuoveXT and the dock is just a fully transparent and expanded gnome panel, the thing the icons sit in is just drawn on the wallpaper (same as the shadow under the panel up top)


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 Cool

 
 by thevoiceless on: May 17 2007
 
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What do those previous/play/next buttons you have in the panel at the top go to? I've seen things like that in other screenshots and I can't figure out what it is...


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 Re: Cool

 
 by tripod4 on: May 20 2007
 
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theyre simply custom application launchers that have terminal commands to do different jobs eg on my system ive got one with the command "exaile -a" (without quotes) that plays and pauses exaile (a music player similar to amarok) just add a custom icon to it and ur set


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 Re: Cool

 
 by tripod4 on: May 20 2007
 
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theyre simply custom application launchers that have terminal commands to do different jobs eg on my system ive got one with the command "exaile -a" (without quotes) that plays and pauses exaile (a music player similar to amarok) just add a custom icon to it and ur set


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 Re: Re: Cool

 
 by thevoiceless on: May 20 2007
 
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Ohhh, that's a pretty good idea!


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 Question

 
 by Shredfestival on: May 30 2008
 
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I’m using Fedora 9 and downloaded the glossy orange theme, how do I get the bottom menu bar to look like the one in the picture? All the icons worked, only problem is the wallpaper, top panel and bottom menu bar don’t show up.


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