Description:

First Metacity Theme.

Includes two color schemes:

- Brown Human, for ubuntu lovers ;)
- Blue

More colors in next release.

In my opinion there are great metacity themes, but i wanted something "different" with a modern look.

Comments are welcome.

Based on

- Hello by Amaury:
http://www.gnomelook.org/content/show.php?content=31388
- XFCE Screenshot:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=95098
Last changelog:

11 years ago

0.1
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First Release

sodaboy

9 years ago

here's one with a blue button for the people that thought blue clashed with red.

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=73289

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liviopl

10 years ago

I use KDE.
Can i have blue version in my deKorator Kwin engine?
Some will port?

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angrykeyboarder

11 years ago

What if you're an Ubuntu-lover who doesn't like brown? Is the blue OK for us? ;-)

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UrbanFox

11 years ago

Could you make a version with rounded corners?
For some reason square bottom corners make my eyes go ARGH. :) Just personal preference of course.

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suzan

11 years ago

Nice theme indeed!

But for the brown theme i have a remark. In my opinion the red "close" button don't fit to the brown colour.

Maybe you try it in some kind of orange?

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penguinzdravko

11 years ago

Why I can't select blue color scheme?

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zerwas2ky

11 years ago

Same problem here. Or we are both too stupid. ;)

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ngnr

11 years ago

Try to extract manually the file in the .themes dir.

I think drag & drop in Themes Dialog just install 1 theme.

Maybe i'll split the file later.

Thanks.

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sodaboy

9 years ago

extracting to the .themes directory in my home directory worked. Thanks :)

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mokuias

11 years ago

Thank you very much, what a lovely theme. :)

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ngnr

11 years ago

thanks ! , i'm glad you like it.

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11 years ago

0.1
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First Release

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