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Xairon-Compiz

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Beryl Emerald Theme

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Downloads:  223451
Submitted:  Dec 1 2007
Updated:  Apr 12 2008

Description:

Xairon-Compiz

- Elegant Theme in RWMS-Style -


X-C "Blacklight"
Dark Beryl Emerald /
Compiz-Fusion Theme

New !!
- White Buttons added.
- Rounded Bottom Versions added.
- Panel-Background added. I like the nice idea
of TwoPointOh http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/?content=77758


X-C "Standard"
Configurable Beryl Emerald / Compiz-Fusion Theme
Titlebar adjustable with 19, 31 or 45 px
Matching Dock-Themes and XMMS/Audacious-Skins
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/?content=55440


X-C "Colorline"
Stylesch Beryl Emerald /
Compiz-Fusion Theme

All Themes for light and dark Styles or Backgrounds.




AWN / Kooldock

Backgrounds and Icons for Dock's:

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/?content=67013




Changelog:

2007/04/12 X-C Blacklight updated
2008/03/03 Colorline Versions added
2008/02/09 Blacklight Versions added
2007/12/23 Milky Glass Version added.
Titlebar X-C "Standard" adjusted on 31 px.




LicenseGPL
(X-C Standard versions)
(X-C Blacklight versions)
(X-C Colorline versions)
(Link: Themes for AWN + Kooldock)
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 RMWS

 
 by tht on: Dec 20 2007
 
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Nice but I dont see the credit to:

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Real+Minimal+Widgets+Style?content=53179


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 Re: RMWS

 
 by ottlux on: Dec 20 2007
 
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Thanks for Your comment.

RMWS is based on "trueglass", Xairon on "pixmaps"-engine.
Xairon-Compiz has the new idea of combining glass and non-glass effects.
The adjustable titlebar allows KDE-Users to get the same feeling as Gnome-Users have.

I think the only One, I have forgotten to give credit to is the

Vortigo XMMS-Skin

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Vortigo++%28+3D+%2B+VU+%2B+Beryl%29?content=55440

Am I right ?

ottlux


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 Re: Re: RMWS

 
 by tht on: Dec 21 2007
 
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I dont know the difference of the engines I am not a master themer. I just saw RMWS and your theme is looking mostly the same.


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 why is difficult?

 
 by tht on: Dec 21 2007
 
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Otherwise I dont know why that is not ease to say thank for the inspiration. I think RMWS deserved it as that was far the first theme of this kind of glassy style. Am I right?


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 Re: Sorry!

 
 by ottlux on: Dec 23 2007
 
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I don't understand Your problems.
This theme has other buttons, other colors, uses another technology, has new facilities, has a non-transparent top other sizes other shadows and I've read the GPL.

But!!
This theme has 4 corners. Exactly the same
corners like Windows 3.0. - 4 corners !!!

And now comes somebody like You and wants me to give credits to Mr. Gates.

Thank You !


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 Re: Re: Sorry!

 
 by tht on: Dec 26 2007
 
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You dude, you are right.
Even you make me wrong because I've explained what I have seen on my screen.
I want to clear one thing. Your themes is nice, I mean it. Nice because looks like RMWS and exactly that makes it nice however you got to that result, this you must understand. And basically thats all about it.
I checked GPL on RMWS and that is "CC-BY-NC-SA Author: Erno Horvath" and 'Honest to God' you have not seen RMWS before I mentioned it, right?


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 Re: Re: Re: Sorry!

 
 by ottlux on: Dec 26 2007
 
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Thx.
I'd must be blind, being on Gnome-Look and KDE-Look for over a year and never having seen RWMS.
I tried to see my theme with Your eyes and You have right too.
One can see it as simple conglomeration of OSX-Look, Windows-Look. RMWS-Style, Porsche-Design and Gnome-touch.

Maybe it's only me seeing it having something own but for my taste it yet looks so....
................................dammned "eyecandy" nice,

that I stopped using my longtime favourite Dekorator/Emerald-theme and I hope it's worth to share it.

ottlux


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 Re: Sorry

 
 by tht on: Dec 26 2007
 
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Alright. I truly think your theme is great, the line on the top of the bar is something unique. Let me congratulate. Keep up your nice work.


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 Nice

 
 by Elena on: Dec 24 2007
 
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Wow, it's very nice, but, can you please tell me where you found the task bar, how i need to install it, and how i can get my takbar away?? thank you vary much.

greetings


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 Re: Nice

 
 by ottlux on: Dec 26 2007
 
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Hi,
The dock on the screenshot You see is Avant-Window-Navigator AWN (code.google.com/p/avant-window-navigator).
There are a lot of docks available for linux; AWN, Kooldock, Ksmoothdock, Kiba-Dock, kxdocker and so on....
But it depends on Your system, what dock You can use!! My favorite docks are AWN and Kooldock, You can find themes for them
on Gnome-Look and KDE-Look.
To get the panel away, I put it on the top
of the screen and switch it in settings on autohide.

ottlux


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 GTK?

 
 by lobsterboy25 on: Mar 4 2008
 
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What GTK theme are you using?


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 Re: GTK?

 
 by ottlux on: Mar 4 2008
 
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Hi,
I'm working with KDE using style "QtCurve"
and a own color-sheme, which is tending to
Mac-style. I don't recommend a special GTK-Theme, it would be unjust to other similar Themes.

Thank You for interest and have much fun !

- ottlux


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 Inspirated by code2?

 
 by Kadano1 on: Mar 26 2008
 
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The first of the three previews looks like another (worse, sorry) version of code2's Illuminate and the 3rd like another (also worse, sorry) version of code2's KORE.
Maybe I'm not right, but it resembles a lot of code2's excellent work.


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 Re: Inspirated by c2

 
 by ottlux on: Mar 26 2008
 
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Hello David,

Thank You for good comment on XAIRON-COMPIZ !!!
It seems You are a little bit "FAN-atic" in the moment. I have the
greatest respect on code2's work. He makes not only style, he is the style!

But You can't go around to all black-styled themes and say, that it is
a worse version of code2's excellent work. I would never tell You, that
You have made a worse COPY of the Kore-Theme (Look at the corners of KOREMIN).

So please respect not only code2's work, respect also others work !!!

Thank You and peace

~ottlux


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 dock theme

 
 by TwoPointOh on: Apr 13 2008
 
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How'd you get that dock theme in the X-C Blacklight preview? I can't seem to make AWN do that.


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 Re: dock theme

 
 by ottlux on: Apr 13 2008
 
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On the first screenshot, i'm using "Kooldock" with the Blacklight-Background and reflective Icon's.
I've made the Blacklight-Theme for AWN too ,
and both added to:

"Kore & More"
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=67013

Have a look at !

~ ottlux


P.S.: You did a nice work - Keep on !


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