Based on the GTK Metacity theme by ardchoille45.The Icon Set is Cryo but will post a version using the recommended Gnome Icon Set.
Oct 10 2009
This is the Azenis theme for GnoMenu2. As promised it is now released and available.This is the menu Helder and I used the most for testing.Okay the tabs on the left hand side from top to bottom are:ApplicationsPlacesFavoritesSettingsRecent ItemsRecent Applications (New GnoMenu2 feature)Web...
Nov 15 2009
I wanted to do something a bit different with the Vista / Windows 7 styled themes. The concept of the button layout is from ZWS whom submitted this basic layout concept for GnoMenu2 (Though I did expand upon it.)This Menu requires GnoMenu 2.5 and will not work with earlier versions.The Menu is...
Mar 28 2010
Button set for the Azenis GnoMenu theme. this is for a 32 pixiel tall panel, and should be used with the Azenis GTK 2.X theme by jameshardy88.Original button artwork by Sean Barman. Modified by myself to fit the GTK 2 style.
Jul 09 2009
The button set doesn't look exactly like the screen shot but its what I made the button set from (a lot gets lost in translation when scaling from 256 X 256 to 40X 40)Made of course for the Prowler Menu Theme
Jul 20 2009
A modified version of John Walker's (SignalBackZero) Neo Glass GnoMenu theme made especially for my forth coming Buttonized Icon Theme, but it works well with other Icon Themes as well.
Sep 17 2010
Deep Blue is an original work inspired by many different designs. This menu is dark but unique in that it also goes well with some light themes, due to the contrasts.This Download has both the Menu and the Button set, as well as 4 wallpapers that go well with the menu. I did not create the...
Aug 06 2017
Tek is based on a third party Windows Menu system that never took off. I liked the look of the theme for it so I got the file for it and heavily modified it. This updated version of the menu is made for Zorin OS. To fully utilize this menu in Zorin run the following command:sudo apt-get install...
Jul 31 2017
Put this together on a whim. Actually the semi-gel Ubuntu Logo I found inspired me.Usual instructions. Unpack Archive and place the resulting folder in /usr/share/gnomenu/Themes/Button folder.
Nov 17 2008