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Mac4Lin Leopard GTK Metacity Theme

   ver0.3  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Mac4Lin Leopard GTK Metacity Theme
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  65134
Submitted:  Oct 24 2007
Updated:  Nov 2 2007

Description:

This is a more Macish theme. The original theme has been meticulously edited to make it look like Leopard. Credit for creating goes to the original author, Kim on whose work this theme is based upon.

The aim of this theme is to emulate Mac OS X Leopard interface.

The inactive titlebar transparency is because of the Emerald theme and the drop shadow is because of Compiz/Beryl. The icons used here are Leopard Icons from the Mac4Lin pack.

The whole pack can be downloaded from: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mac4lin

A new version 0.3 of Mac4Lin has just been released. Do check it out. Its bigger, better and more refined!

Download the project documentation (PDF) from the project website. It has instructions to shift the buttons on the left of title bar.




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 alternate folders

 
 by kryptik on: Oct 25 2007
 
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good job man, i would like to know how to used the alternate folders. like you have in the screenshot, thanks.


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 Re: alternate folder

 
 by infrareddude on: Oct 25 2007
 
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Right click on the folder > properties. In the Basic page click on the folder icon and browse to the place where this theme is installed (/home/<username>/.icons/<mac4lin theme folder>/EXTRAS) You will find almost all the icons there. Select the one you like.


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 Re: Re: alternate fo

 
 by kryptik on: Oct 26 2007
 
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thanks :)


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 index.theme

 
 by AlexOK on: Oct 25 2007
 
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I installed this theme by dragging and dropping the tar.gz file into the Apearance preferences in Ubuntu 7.10 and I noticed the package does not have an index.theme file on it; for such, the theme does not appear listed along the other themes. Are you all guys going to include the index.theme file the next version? or perhaps is somthing you forgot at the moment when you built the package?
I always like to add the themes in to /usr/shares/themes so I can share the theme system wide; but it does not work without the index.theme file. Or maybe I'm mistaken and it doesn't fully integrate with gnome 2.20, since I read the icons doesn't work on that version.


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 bottom bar

 
 by AlexOK on: Oct 25 2007
 
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by the way. where did you get the bottom bar to look like that?


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 Re: bottom bar

 
 by auntaunt on: Oct 26 2007
 
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it's avant window navigator mate! check this site for more details.

http://code.google.com/p/avant-window-navigator/


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 tabs

 
 by kikke on: Oct 26 2007
 
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Something is wrong with tabs.


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 Tabs?

 
 by infrareddude on: Oct 27 2007
 
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I'll look into the matter soon regarding index.theme

Thanks for pointing out regarding the tabs. May I know what problem are you facing?


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 Re: Tabs?

 
 by Anywhere on: Nov 1 2007
 
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The problem with the tabs (inherited from another theme???) is that they look like they were hand-drawn by an amature. They don't match the rest of the theme, which looks sharp and professional.

I don't own a copy of leopard myself, but take a look at this picture, which appears to show leopard's tabs. Can you aim for something like that?

http://www.blazenewmedia.com/media/leopard_10_5_finder.jpg

All-in-all, it's "almost" perfect. Straighten out the tabs, and it will be my mac-a-like theme of choice.


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 "Think Different..."

 
 by xxzeenoxx on: Nov 5 2007
 
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i love the "Think Different" background...very appropriate for a theme which copies leopard.


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