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Bamboo Zen

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Bamboo Zen
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  23211
Submitted:  Jul 25 2008
Updated:  Jun 8 2009

Description:

This a preversion a new theme. I publish it to have your advices and your suggestions to make a great theme

The Wallpaper "Bamboo Zen" is from MissNysha: http://missnysha.deviantart.com

I think the final version could be darker.. (Gtk, panel..) What do think? light or dark?

Please leave a comment for all suggestions you have

For the moment I take my "gnome step into freedom" theme for beginning this one
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Gnome+%22Step+into+Freedom%22?content=85530




Changelog:

v1.0
-New icons pack (many bug fixes)




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 HAHA

 
 by salane89 on: Aug 2 2008
 
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You realize this theme is lame? its only the background that makes it look nice.


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 Re: HAHA

 
 by Zgegball on: Aug 2 2008
 
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That's why it's a 0.1 version... just an idea for the moment... it will be better in a few release! And I waiting for suggestions!!!!!!!!


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 Re: HAHA

 
 by acidphex on: Aug 10 2008
 
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You realize you're a piece of shit, right?


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 Re: HAHA

 
 by Exsecrabilus on: Aug 10 2008
 
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Lol I completely agree.


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 Re: HAHA

 
 by Database on: Aug 10 2008
 
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Fracking trolls. If you can't tell him that you don't like it constuctively, kindly STFU and GTFO.

Personally, I love this theme. It compliments Linux Mint perfectly, and it's really clean and looks great. The fact that the title-bar (at least with the GTK theme, not too keen on the Emerald one) blends seamlessly into the application window is perhaps the main reason I use this theme - it's incredibly attractive. The widgets, also, are spot-on and blends perfectly with the theme.

My criticism? The icons need a lot of work (there's a lot of sizing problems) and the buttons on a window-list in the panel could be improved (I, personally, don't like the outline on inactive icons - but I think that's due to the engine rather than the theme, so I can't complain. I know setting my own background fixed it for me.)

Remember, don't let the bastards run you down. Their comments have no meaning or worth as they haven't stated at all why they don't like the theme.


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 Re: Re: HAHA

 
 by sqwishy on: Apr 4 2009
 
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Since when was troll synonymous with "someone who expresses their opinion"?


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 My suggestion.

 
 by JoseTlaseca on: Aug 2 2008
 
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I think you got a good idea. I preffer darker themes. I liker your gdm theme. Just be careful with high contrast combinations that are hard to see.

Regards.


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 My Desktop

 
 by OxKing on: Aug 12 2008
 
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This is my Desktop with use of the Background Image:

http://oxblog.supersized.org/uploads/newbuntu.png

A Simple Translucent white Gnome Panel
and a green window bar looks much nicer than your theme i think.

But thank you for showing me this great BG-Image! :)


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 Don't care about the other

 
 by Dojan5 on: Aug 22 2008
 
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This is the best theme I ever seen on GNOME-Look.org. Frankly, it is light, easy on the eyes and not as dark/black as the other themes.
Great work, much appreciated.


C\'est une belle journée
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 Nice Theme!

 
 by Hellow on: Sep 13 2008
 
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Very nice theme, and it has alot of potential. The only problems i see so far is that, as someone above mentioned, there are some icon scaling issues, and that it may be too bright for some people. Other than that, nice work!


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 wierd style

 
 by wardy277 on: Sep 16 2008
 
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login manager and synaptic package manager both have a strange style with this bamboo theme. everything else looks works great and i love the simplicity of the bar.

pic:
http://gettingmarriedindorset.com/Screenshot.png

have i just messed up the install or is anyone else getting this? Also a few icons are a bit too much like a mac but overall best theme i have seen for a while.

Chris


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 Re: wierd style

 
 by fish95 on: Oct 23 2008
 
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you can fix this by copying the bamboo-zen folder from /home/user/.themes/ to /root/.themes/


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