AmbSILVER_12_04_1a

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I did not create this theme. This is Ubuntu 12.04 Ambiance theme, in Silver with allot of tweaks. This is a little bit lighter theme than the AmbSILVER_12_04

Changes to the original theme:
1. Changed the main theme colors

2. Changed the selection color in the OS to be blue.

3. Added dark panel in Nautilus matching the theme dark color

4. Window titles were moved to the right.
- With the Canonical's decision to move the controls (close, minimize, maximize) to the left that area of the window title became a little cluttered for my taste. I've noticed, that the right part of the title window is empty, so I've moved the titles there. I like the result It feels more balanced that way and hope you'll like it too.

5. Changed window borders to 4 px and added rounded corners

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Installchange the theme:
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1. Unpack the downloaded tar.gz archive to your home .themes folder
-if there aint any just create it
2. Use Myunity, gnome tweak tool, ubuntutweak or whatever suits you tool to load the theme
3. There is a ReadME file in the archive
3. Enjoy & comment if you like ;)

P.s.
This theme will not work correctly with prior to Ubuntu 12.04 releases
Last changelog:

7 years ago

13.05.2012 - inconsistent look of root applications like nautilus in sudo mode, synaptic and others. To fix it link your user's theme and icon directories into root's ones. Open terminal and use those two commands

sudo ln -s ~/.themes /root/.themes
sudo ln -s ~/.icons /root/.icons

Now it should work fine, not just for the current theme but for all custom themes stored in home/.themes directory. Solution by mcduck in ubuntuforums.org http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1544486

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7 years ago

13.05.2012 - inconsistent look of root applications like nautilus in sudo mode, synaptic and others. To fix it link your user's theme and icon directories into root's ones. Open terminal and use those two commands

sudo ln -s ~/.themes /root/.themes
sudo ln -s ~/.icons /root/.icons

Now it should work fine, not just for the current theme but for all custom themes stored in home/.themes directory. Solution by mcduck in ubuntuforums.org http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1544486

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