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Moomex-Theme

   0.7.1  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

Score 71%
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Link:  http://
Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  493287
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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 bug?

 
 by jonathanmotes on: Nov 27 2007
 
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This is the first theme that I have found that I have been able to stick with! I have a minor issue though - the CPU frequency scaling monitor doesn't have white text when I add it to the panel. Is it possible to fix this?

Thanks


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 Re: bug?

 
 by moomex on: Nov 30 2007
 
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I don't think this bug is related to the theme. It's a gnome-panel bug.
The CPU frequency scaling monitor should follow the panel text color not the windows text color which is black but you can change it via Gnome Theme Manager.


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 I LOVE it!

 
 by mnc on: Dec 1 2007
 
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Hello,

with the 0.5 release... I just wanted to say I LOVE YOU and I LOVE MOOMEX. The best theme ever!!! I sure hope it will be available on future version of Ubuntu!

I love that you've fixed the most important bugs:

- Firefox/OpenOffice and other apps menubar. SMART idea to put the menubar on all apps!!! Don't even dare to change this in future versions :D
- The Places and System are now visible.
- The "Create Lanucher" and other apps windows problem. For example of the Mail Notification app I couldn't see anything when I wanted to add an account.
- I love the new "Separator" icon. Much BETTER then the original one.

Love it! Number 1 !!! Keep up the very good work!

P.S.: If you want a website for moomex... I can provide one for you, FREE OF CHARGE! ;)


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 Re: I LOVE it!

 
 by moomex on: Dec 1 2007
 
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I really don't know what to say.
Thanks for your lovely comment.


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 Hm...

 
 by thevoiceless on: Dec 1 2007
 
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I just installed this theme, and the controls use a human-like color scheme...is this correct? Here is a screenshot: http://i153.photobucket.com/albums/s236/thevoiceless/Screenshot-2.png

Also, in the first screenshot, it looks like you have some kind of pattern in your window border, like you replaced the shadow with some kind of design. How did you do that?


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 Re: Hm...

 
 by moomex on: Dec 2 2007
 
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The color scheme is not exactly the same as Human's.
I only use the orange color for the selected items because people are accustomed to it and you can change that to your favorite one.


I use compiz fusion with the reflection plugin enabled to draw the reflection on windows borders.


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 Re: Re: Hm...

 
 by thevoiceless on: Dec 2 2007
 
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How does the reflection plugin work? I've always had it enabled but never been quite sure what it does...


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 Re: Re: Re: Hm...

 
 by moomex on: Dec 4 2007
 
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More info about reflection plugin:
http://wiki.compiz-fusion.org/Plugins/Reflex

Sorry I can't help you with that. If you have bug, report it the compiz-fusion developers.


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 Is this a bug?

 
 by compartimento on: Dec 3 2007
 
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Sorry about my English, I think that I have found a bug.

When you add a Menu button to the panel the System option and the Places option appear with clear (white) text however the other options appear with dark (black) text.

In this pictures you can see it:

http://s1.subirimagenes.com/imagen-de-P1010059-1701296.html

http://s1.subirimagenes.com/imagen-de-P1010058-1701283.html

Thanks, I like this theme!


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 Re: Is this a bug?

 
 by moomex on: Dec 4 2007
 
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Clearly you have the older version.

This bug and others were fixed in the latest release ( version 0.5 ). See the changelog.

Update your Moomex Theme.


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 Re: Re: Is this a bug?

 
 by compartimento on: Dec 9 2007
 
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I think that I have the 0.5 version downloaded from the link above in this page.

I'm going to download it again, thank.


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 Re: Re: Re: Is this

 
 by compartimento on: Dec 9 2007
 
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I have downloaded it again and all is ok, the colour of all texts is clear.

Thanks.


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 sweet theme

 
 by coldmast on: Dec 6 2007
 
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I downloaded 0.4, last week and then checked back to see how to get white text on open-office and there waiting for me is 0.5 {must download when I get home}.

I'm liking this theme above all others at this point in time.


now if I could only get AIGLX working... stupid 9550.
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 Great theme

 
 by raenk on: Dec 13 2007
 
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First of all, congrats ! Great theme.

I have just one problem (maybe bug, maybe my bad). When i click the "log out" or "shut down" action in the system menu, the pop up confirmation window gets the panel background repeated, so it's all black striped and the text gets unreadable.

I downloaded it twice to be sure i have the latest version, no luck.


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 Re: Great theme

 
 by moomex on: Dec 13 2007
 
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what distro are you using ?
I've never encountered this problem before (in ubuntu).

Thank you for your feedback


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 Re: Re: Great theme

 
 by raenk on: Dec 13 2007
 
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I'm using Gentoo


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 Re: Re: Re: Great theme

 
 by moomex on: Dec 14 2007
 
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I will try to fix it.
Thanks


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