gekos-leopard

GTK2 Themes

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Description:

You’ll have to add Panel/menubar-gekos.png (from the theme directory) as background for your panel using panel properties dialog (right click on an empty part of the panel and choose “properties” in the menu).
Last changelog:

11 years ago

1.0
- initial release.

technophreak2000

10 years ago

None of the links work for this. The author doesn't seem to be around to fix this.

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gekos

11 years ago

Emerald Theme is Ready.
http://gekos.no/art1/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=32&Itemid=86

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gekos

11 years ago

PS:
Emerald is Window Decorator
You'll need to enable 3D desktop effects!
Link
http://wiki.compiz-fusion.org/Decorators/Emerald

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kiwiadam2

11 years ago

not true. you can also use gtk-window-decorator which supports metacity themes.

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darolu

11 years ago

First, thanks for the great theme, it looks really neat, just like Mac OS X.

I have a little question though, I'm kinda new to the "tuning" your desktop thing and I don't know how to put the minimize/maximize/close buttons on the left side rather than the default right side, can you explain me how or give me a link to find the info I need please?

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gekos

11 years ago

Simply install Compiz and Emerald.
You can install Compiz and Emerald from Synaptic and it will have it's own theme manager that will download themes you can install.
Or:
Open a Terminal from the menu Applications->Accessories->Terminal and type:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install emerald compizconfig-settings-manager compiz-extra-gnome

give your user password when requested, you don't see nothing when you type it, then press enter.

My emerald theme is not readi yet but...
http://www.gnome-look.org/?xcontentmode=102

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darolu

11 years ago

Thanks of the quick reply, I appreciate it, and will try Emerald soon.
I already have Compiz, but not Emerald.
I found another solution to set the buttons on the left when using metacity:

Alt + F2 then type gconf-editor

Then on the left panel click apps - metacity - general

After that on the right pannel go to Button-Layout and change the value to:

close,maximize,minimize:menu

You can arrange the buttons the way you like, set them in the order you want separated by commas and the colon separates left side from right side.

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blaede22

11 years ago

No, I'm not going to start reprimanding you about imitating another OS like I'm all high and mighty, nor am I going to flip out at you for putting the download as an "Ubuntu Download," but I would like to know if it is only for Ubuntu or if it's just a general GTK 2 theme.

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gekos

11 years ago

No, I'm not going to start reprimanding you about imitating another OS like...
Check Please:
Buttons, behaviour, program's compatibility...
Imitating OS like, it's a goal...

General GTK 2 theme...

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blaede22

11 years ago

Then you should change the download from "Ubuntu Download" to just a general download. Much more than Ubuntu uses GTK.

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inkart

11 years ago

Great theme!

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auntaunt

11 years ago

submission section is wrong mate! i am guessing u might have known that already! this shud go to the gtk2 section!

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gekos

11 years ago

Sorry. GTK 2!

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11 years ago

1.0
- initial release.

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