Moomex-Ultimatum
GTK2 Themes
Description:

[color=#990000]New Features:[/color]
* New simple panel style. (2nd Screenshot)
* More Compact and Less Bloated.
* Scrollbar follows the color scheme.
* Three Panel Styles Options.

[color=#990000]Improvements:[/color]
* Code cleanups
* Lots of improvements to the Metacity Style.
* Improved Entry, Srollbar, Menu and MenuBar.

[color=#990000]Bug Fixes:[/color]
* Fixed KDE Panel Style (needs improvements)
* Fixed Addons dialog bugs in Firefox
* Fixed Panel Bugs in Fedora.
* Fixed Scrollbar Style.

[color=#990000]Known Issues:[/color]
[color=#006600]Firefox Fix[/color]
Type in Terminal:
mv $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum/*.css $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/*.default/chrome

[color=#006600]OpenOffice Bugs:[/color]
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=5253997

[color=#990000]Tips[/color]
[color=#006600]Change Panel Style:[/color]
To switch to the previous Panel Styles, type in Terminal:
gedit $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum
/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

Find "Panel/GtkRC/3" and Replace it with
"Panel/GtkRC/1" for Vista-like Panel OR
"Panel/GtkRC/2" for KDE-like Panel

[color=#006600]Totem Redesign: See 3rd Screenshot[/color]
Type in Terminal:
mv $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum/totem/* /usr/share/totem

stinky

7 years ago

Hello, I really like your theme but I noticed with dropdowns like in Firefox's Google Searchbar the bg color is blackish and the text color is black too, which makes it hard to read. How can I alter the text color to be white or alter the bg color to be white?

thank you

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chris016

7 years ago

Where can I get the icons you are using in the first screen?

The link at http://moomex.110mb.com/Moomex-Icons.tar.gz is not working.

Thanks

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Andifferous

7 years ago

Great work, I've been having 1 problem.

I'm using ubuntu 9.04 with the Moomex Emerald theme, and moomex-ultimatum gtk theme. There are tooltip windows for the window decoration buttons of the active window and for buttons inside applications but none for the panel (for example to tell me what Rhythmbox is playing). When I use the moomex gtk theme said tool tip windows do appear. Changing the panel type doesn't effect this in any way.

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moomex

7 years ago

Type in Terminal:
gedit $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

Comment or remove this line:
gtk-tooltip-timeout = 9000

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Andifferous

7 years ago

Thanks,
I'd thought I'd seen something called that while looking around in the files. Do I ever feel like a newb, lol.

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logixoul

8 years ago

hey, what's the wallpaper in the first two screenies?
thanks :)

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vapor0

8 years ago

Excellent!

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exhnozoaa

8 years ago

Finally, I have found a decent dark theme.

Good job and thank you. =]

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corpse

8 years ago

Hey.
The theme is very nice, im using the 2nd panel. But now the windows of system notifications are very hard to read, because the font colors.

Best regards.

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moomex

8 years ago

Yeah, I am having the same problem in Fedora 10. The weird thing is I don't have this bug in Ubuntu.
Anyway, I know where the bug is but I don't know how to fix it yet.

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ZeroPrime

8 years ago

I figured out how to change the panel bar, but all I get is a blank looking bar instead of the old KDE style. This theme also cause the older moomex windows border to turn all white. I love the older windows border. Any way to fix this or maybe post one of the older packages that contain only the KDE bar?

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moomex

8 years ago

Can you post more details on your problem or maybe a screenshot?


Anyway, to change to kde panel style type in terminal:

gedit $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

Replace "Panel/GtkRC/3" with "Panel/GtkRC/2"

This should work without any problems. I don't see a reason to post another package while the change is only one number

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ZeroPrime

8 years ago

Here is a link to my Screen shot showing the problem with the KDE style panel. After looking through the theme package I noticed that the panel image is transparent. Could that be the problem?
http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d139/ZeroPrime/Screenshot-9.png

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moomex

8 years ago

I'm sorry, you're right. The theme was updated and should fix your problem.

P.S. the KDE Panel Style certainly needs improvements. I will work on that for the next release.

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ZeroPrime

8 years ago

I like it, but I preferred the KDE style panel. I tried you instructions to get it but you left out the file to be opened in the gedit command.

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lunatis

8 years ago

Thanks a lot for this theme, surely one of the best themes i ever seen... Love it. Thanks for all your hard work ;)

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KProject

8 years ago

This is a fantastic theme. My thanks for your hard work here. A marvellous look for my Ubuntu, and one I'll keep around long term.

Brilliant.

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Cygoku

8 years ago

What's new into it today ??

Cygoku

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moomex

8 years ago

Reduced Metacity or titlebar hieght. Improved Scrolbar so it can adopt the color scheme.

Some changes are mentioned in the description.

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czyzu

8 years ago

Firefox-3.0 Fix
Type in Terminal:
mv $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum/*.css $HOME/.mozilla/firefox-3.0/*.default/chrome
doesn't work for me in ubuntu 8.10 intrepid ibex. OpenOffice fix too. Help me please. Nevertheless Moomex-Ultimatum is one of the best gnome theme.

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moomex

8 years ago

Try this one:
mv $HOME/.themes/Moomex-Ultimatum/*.css $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/*.default/chrome

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soul710

8 years ago

hey does this theme work on xfce too? i put it in ~./themes and it shows up in xfce's theme settings, but when i select it only some parts of the theme seem to be applied. i've never used gnome, but i have gnome-control-center installed, and i can change moomex settings there, but it wont affect xfce in any way it seems (moomex theme will be displayed correctly in gnome-control-center + customize theme window etc).

can someone guide me to how i get my xfce look like screen number #2? i absolutely love it.

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moomex

8 years ago

This theme has partial support for XFCE.
It works perfectly on Gnome.

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Cygoku

8 years ago

Please step-by-step and how-to get that same gnome panel ! :(

Cygoku

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moomex

8 years ago

1- Download and install this theme.
2- Increase the panel size to 48 pixel.
3- Download and install this icon set
http://moomex.110mb.com/Moomex-Icons.tar.gz
4 - Change the panel color via gnome-theme-manager

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