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Moomex-Theme

   0.7.1  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Link:  http://
Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  493404
Submitted:  Apr 27 2007
Updated:  Jul 4 2008

Description:

Moomex Theme: The goal of this theme is to provide an Eye Candy for your Gnome Desktop.
This theme aims to be very elegant with a complete and consistent look.
I use this theme on Ubuntu, but it can also work on other distributions.

Feedback of any kind is always appreciated.




Changelog:

2008.07.04 - v 0.7.1
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Metacity Fixes

2008.07.03 - v 0.7
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- Improved the metacity style.
- Fixed panel bugs.
- Better menubar style.
_ Panel, menubar, menu-item, and metacity can be colorized through the gnome-theme-manager (3rd Screenshot)


2008.01.01 - v 0.6
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- Fixed a Bug where the shutdown dialog shows the panel style ( Foresight, Gentoo).
- Fixed a Bug where "Mail Preferences" in Evolution inherits the panel style.
- Fixed text color issues in some widgets (e.g GtkCalender, GtkCellView, etc)
- Fixed the drop-down menu list button.
- Brought back the clearlooks GLOSSY style lost due to version 0.5
- Black menu style ( can be customized)




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 Icon

 
 by icyest on: Dec 26 2008
 
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How were you ever able to change the ubuntu icon at the bottom left? you know, the one that's always next to applications?


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 One of the best!

 
 by KProject on: Jan 11 2009
 
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I love this theme. An extra layer of class for Gnome. Thanks so much.


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 Maximise/unmaximise button

 
 by michaelszabo on: Jan 14 2009
 
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Hi.

First, I love this theme. It looks awesome. It makes everything look like black glass and is really good on the eyes.

Second, I have noticed an issue with the maximise/unmaximise button in that the divider line is not consistent between the hover and non-hover versions. This causes a few discrepancies. When hovering over the button, it expands the button to include part of the close window button. When hovering over the close button, it changes to red and the divide line between the buttons is still visible.

When I extracted the theme I noticed the divider lines towards the end of the pictures max-blurred-normal.png, max-focused-normal.png, restore-blurred-normal.png and restore-focused-normal.png. To resolve the issue they need to be moved to the end of the pictures. I'm not very skilled in the art of graphic editing otherwise I would edit them myself but thought I would let you know so you can change the theme as the theme owner. That way it would look as good as the rest of the wonderful theme, not looking like a crappy fix that it would be if I did it!


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 Re: Maximise/unmaximise button

 
 by moomex on: Jan 14 2009
 
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This is a known bug. The close, maximize and minimize buttons must have the same width (due to some limitation of mtacity). However, the close button is supposed to be wider, as a result the maximize buttons are affected.

I know this not professional, but I will find a better way to resolve this bug.

Thanks for your feedback


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 choice for background in wrint

 
 by francesco44 on: Jan 29 2009
 
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Hello,

I love this theme. Its the very best in my point of view (much better than windows or mac).

Very elegant and when you need its perfect also with bold fonts for bad eyesight.

I have also a request I would like to have the possibility to have a button to invert the background/fonts contrast in some circumstances for at least three writers:
1-edit
2-open office
3-console

My point is that it is sometimes much better for bad sight to work with green fonts on black. Yes just like the old consoles! The reason is double. Green is the colour where the eye has the best sensitivity. So you do not sollicitate too much yours eyes...and another advantage is you can work with low level luminosity and hence spare the drain on your battery.

This is something quite simple which can greatly improve ergonomics. Obviouly I can set it myself and does it quite often....But you sometimes have to switch quickly between black fonts on white background to green fonts on black background. A propper applet would be apprciated.

Thanks anyway for that almost perfect theme on ubuntu. I do not found any defect till now.


piero francesco
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 Re: choice for background in w

 
 by moomex on: Feb 2 2009
 
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I think you can change the background and font colors for these three writer using gnome theme manager. If not I will update the package soon but no promises on Open Office since it is not a GTK app and it's very buggy when it comes to dark themes.


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 Re: choice for background in wrint

 
 by moomex on: Feb 3 2009
 
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you can absolutely change that using Gnome Theme Manager. Change the input boxes Background and Text colors to match your needs


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 Re: Re: choice for background

 
 by francesco44 on: Mar 15 2009
 
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Thanks,

I will try

I use Moomex with "sereno" wallpaper...almoste the perfection

Francesco44


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 Help with a little thing

 
 by Borjs85 on: Feb 6 2009
 
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Hello. I'm using this theme, and I think it's fantastic. There's only a thing I don't like too much: window list and notification area separator ( http://img410.imageshack.us/img410/6120/desktopdx4.png ).

I tried to change it, because I thought it was only a image file, but I don't found it. Can you tell me, if it's an image file, where it is? Or if I have to edit other file, what one I have to edit.

Thanks for your time and your theme.

PD: Sorry if I made a mistake writing, my english is not very good. Regards from Spain


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 Re: Help with a little thing

 
 by moomex on: Feb 8 2009
 
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It's an image file and is located in $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum/gtk-2.0/Pixmaps

The fie name is 'handle-v.png'

P.S. Sorry for the late reply


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 Congratulation!

 
 by psychok9 on: Feb 14 2009
 
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Great theme!


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 Re: Congratulation!

 
 by psychok9 on: Feb 14 2009
 
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If you can do a dark-blu version, I'm going very fun :)


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