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Ubuntu Dust

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Ubuntu Dust
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Ubuntu Dust
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  257732
Submitted:  Sep 9 2008

Description:

Dust is a concept for a new, refreshing look for Ubuntu. The idea was to take the defining aesthetic elements of Ubuntu and remix it into something clean, modern, functional, and unique.

It's a new take on the Ubuntu aesthetic using a dark palette and subtle colors.




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 First of all..

 
 by eitreach on: Sep 9 2008
 
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It's a good theme. It's solid well-made. Definetly voted good.

However, I don't think it will be a wise choice for the default theme in Intrepid. It is dark, and it is too dark. When makinga default theme for a distribution that prides itself with being for the masses - for everyone, these niche-tendencies does not work.

I believe in the lighter themes, when it comes to Ubuntu. All these dark and even more dark trends has made me worry about the final outcome. In my case, I don't see particulary well - which means that I won't be able to use this for very long periods of time.

And I'm just one person. Imagine all those other people, individuals who won't be able to use a dark theme productively. Of course, one can always change the theme into one with more contrast - but should one really need to, with Ubuntu? When it's for human beings, it's for all human beings.


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 Re: First of all..

 
 by cypherpunk on: Sep 9 2008
 
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I personally find a dark theme much, much easier on the eyes. If I wanted to stare at eye scorching white there are plenty of light bulbs in my house. :)


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 Re: Re: First of all..

 
 by MikeDK on: Sep 9 2008
 
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have to say i L-O-V-E this theme, very nice, but however why not put those nice dark colors in all panels, windows etc. etc.???

Kind Regards MikeDK


microsoft gives u windows, Linux gives u da whole House :-P
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 the drop down menu

 
 by mondzhu on: Sep 9 2008
 
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the drop down menu is too dark, I am afraid.


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 Re: the drop down menu

 
 by aantn on: Sep 9 2008
 
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Why? It makes the words and icons extremely easy to read and see.


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 Re: the drop down menu

 
 by rico-ambiescent on: Sep 9 2008
 
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FYI: As of Sept 9, the dropdown menus look as they should, but the Firefox3 awesomebar dropdown is abhorrently ugly.

Try having a translucent dropdown menu in Compiz. This'll make it look good I promise ;)


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 looks good

 
 by amr2205 on: Sep 9 2008
 
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Very serious, but looks nice ;)


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 Fantastic work

 
 by Ninjitisu on: Sep 9 2008
 
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Good job looks great


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 Cool

 
 by dilomo on: Sep 9 2008
 
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Nice theme ;)


A.K.
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 :-D

 
 by Izo on: Sep 9 2008
 
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Rated amazing.

Where DO you get that wallpaper from?

/izo\


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