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Transparent v2 (Pidgin Screenlet theme)

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Transparent v2 (Pidgin Screenlet theme)
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Downloads:  15168
Submitted:  Sep 10 2008
Updated:  Jan 22 2009

Description:

I modified the original Transparent theme to use the original Pidgin icons, changed some settings and fixed some bugs.

I havent tested this on other computers, so please tell me if it works or not.

Install in ~/.screenlets/pidgin/themes

NB: You need the Pidgin Screenlet to use this theme.

UPDATE: Added a screenshot :)




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 by hansiro on: Jan 22 2009
 
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You need the Pidgin Screenlet before adding this theme. Probably lies under the screenlets section here on Gnome-look.org


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 who found difficulties??

 
 by ruffey1910 on: Mar 22 2009
 
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i found that many users found some difficulties on installing this screenlets.ok, let me tell you step by step on how to install this magnificient gadgets:

1)download the file
2)extract the .tar to desktop (eg..)
3)copy the folder that you've extracted before
4)go to home/.screenlets/pidgin/themes
5)paste it in the "themes" folder
6)open screenlets from Applications>Accesories>Screenlets and run the pidgin screenlets
7)you found that there is a new theme, which is "Transparent 2" when you right click on the pidgin screenlets.

easy enough?
have fun!!

p/s: remember, you guys must have pidgin screenlets installed first before doing these steps.


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 installing theme

 
 by no12 on: Jun 18 2009
 
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for people still trying to download this theme.

1) download http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/PidginScreenlet?content=72611 its the pidgin folder that you add inside screenlets. in your home folder which allows you to then download themes for it.
2) download this theme then extract it to your desktop
3)open home folder go to view, view all hiddin files, or ctrl+ h in home folder
4)find the folder screenlets. open that folder you should have already added the file you downloaded from the link given at the top to this folder, then giving you a folder inside screenlets that says "pidgin"
5)double click the pidgin folder inside you'll find themes double click the themes folder inside the pidgin folder then drag the transparent folder into the themes folder.
final step) restart screenlets look for the screenlets icon "pidgin" by right clicking the screenlet icon in your start bar or opening it look under launch screenlet there should be one thats named pidgin run it. then just choose your theme


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 installing theme

 
 by no12 on: Jun 18 2009
 
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for people still trying to download this theme.

1) download http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/PidginScreenlet?content=72611 its the pidgin folder that you add inside screenlets. in your home folder which allows you to then download themes for it.
2) download this theme then extract it to your desktop
3)open home folder go to view, view all hiddin files, or ctrl+ h in home folder
4)find the folder screenlets. open that folder you should have already added the file you downloaded from the link given at the top to this folder, then giving you a folder inside screenlets that says "pidgin"
5)double click the pidgin folder inside you'll find themes double click the themes folder inside the pidgin folder then drag the transparent folder into the themes folder.
final step) restart screenlets look for the screenlets icon "pidgin" by right clicking the screenlet icon in your start bar or opening it look under launch screenlet there should be one thats named pidgin run it. then just choose your theme


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 installing theme

 
 by no12 on: Jun 18 2009
 
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for people still trying to download this theme.

1) download http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/PidginScreenlet?content=72611 its the pidgin folder that you add inside screenlets. in your home folder which allows you to then download themes for it.
2) download this theme then extract it to your desktop
3)open home folder go to view, view all hiddin files, or ctrl+ h in home folder
4)find the folder screenlets. open that folder you should have already added the file you downloaded from the link given at the top to this folder, then giving you a folder inside screenlets that says "pidgin"
5)double click the pidgin folder inside you'll find themes double click the themes folder inside the pidgin folder then drag the transparent folder into the themes folder.
final step) restart screenlets look for the screenlets icon "pidgin" by right clicking the screenlet icon in your start bar or opening it look under launch screenlet there should be one thats named pidgin run it. then just choose your theme


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 EDIT MAIN STATUS WINDOW

 
 by mcurran on: Aug 14 2009
 
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Is there a way I can edit or remove the main/top status bar text. For instance, when Pidgin isn't open and I have this screenlet running, the top window will say "Pidgin not running". I would just like to delete this message, and the one when Pidgin cannot connect: Please let me know if you have any suggestions on how I might be able to accomplish this. Also, great work on this theme - It's definately the best!


Michael Curran
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