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ClearenGlish

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Dusty

GDM Themes Dec 03 2008
Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes

triptych (Picframe Theme)

Conky Feb 27 2008
Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes
Dusty

GDM Themes 9 comments

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Dec 03 2008
You do know that this is a GDM theme don't you?

That is the screen that you log in from.

If you want the full Dust experience in ubuntu 9.04.... It is a theme supplied with 9.04

then select Dust from
System
Preferences
Appearance
Theme tab
DUST

You can get the wallpaper from the links above.
- Jun 15 2009
In Ubuntu 9.04 go
System
Administration
Login Window

select the Local tab

drag and drop the downloaded file onto the window.

Select Dusty from the list

That is it.

Do not try to uncompress the downloaded file, just drop it in as it is. - Jun 15 2009
Lust

GDM Themes 3 comments

Score 48%
48 Likes
52 Dislikes
Mar 13 2009
Follow this link....

http://live.gnome.org/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GdmThemes

Use xnest as suggested. - Mar 10 2009
Dust Blue Metacity

Metacity Themes 7 comments

Score 72%
72 Likes
28 Dislikes
Oct 24 2008
I gave a negative because it was pesky to revert back to DUST.
I had to completely remove dust and your modification before I could reinstall dust and get back to normal.
Your Mod really needs to be a complete theme with its own name.
Otherwise, it actually looks fine, just not to my taste (this week). - Dec 10 2008
pibox

Conky 2 comments

Score 58%
58 Likes
42 Dislikes
May 16 2008
Simple looking as this screenlet is I like it!

To improve my desktop it would be wonderful if you could add options to show
Network upload and Network download...

What are the possibilities? - May 18 2008
Clock Ring Screenlet

Conky 17 comments

by ashy
Score 74%
74 Likes
26 Dislikes
Mar 22 2008
I really like this screenlet....

I would find it easier to read if the hours were 15 degrees clockwise.
i.e. 12 O'clock is from the top to 30 degrees, 1 O'clock from 30 degrees to 60 degress, etc.

Just like a clock really.

Otherwise this is fantastic stuff, well done... - Mar 23 2008
Score 42%
42 Likes
58 Dislikes
May 15 2008
updated to work with Screenlets 0.0.12

If you are still running an earlier version of "Screenlets", just unpack the individual themes to :
/usr/local/share/screenlets/Picframe/themes
- Feb 26 2008
updated to work with Screenlets 0.0.12

If you are still running an earlier version of "Screenlets", just unpack the individual themes to :
/usr/local/share/screenlets/Picframe/themes
- Feb 26 2008
updated to work with Screenlets 0.0.12

If you are still running an earlier version of "Screenlets", just unpack the individual themes to :
/usr/local/share/screenlets/Picframe/themes
- Feb 26 2008
Of course, if you don't like the behaviour of the config files, just delete them. They can be found in each themes folder. - Feb 10 2008
Now updated with config files,
thank you for the advice Whise. - Dec 01 2007
Fantastic, I am setting about the process of writing theme.conf files for all my Picframe themes and will update the download version soon.

The text I am using follows your model, an example is :

# This is a theme-configuration with optional vars, meta-description
# and author-information for the theme. Any lines beginning with #, _, [,
# <EOL> or <SPACE> are ignored.

# The theme's meta-info
[Theme]
name = film-black
author = ClearenGlish
version = 1.0
info = Black Film theme with Orange text

# This part causes the PicframeScreenlet to override its options
[Options]
#scale = 2.0
image_scale = 0.45
image_offset_x = 3
image_offset_y = 13 - Dec 01 2007
Hi whise. You said "forget that last part , it could be used but it would need some changes".
Is that changes that I could make to the themes? or is that changes needed to the screenlet? - Dec 01 2007
Thank you for the encouragement Whise.
Your suggestion of a theme.conf file is interesting.
I have no idea where to start, could you post an example of the text needed?
Do I just then place each individual theme.conf file in each theme folder?
Can this include the Image Scale factor as well? - Dec 01 2007