XFCE-Silverbrush-Themepack

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes

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Description:

XFCE-Silverbrush-Themepack
Full XFCE theme with XFWM theme.
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A brushed-metal Mac-ish theme, with a lower contrast that's easy on the eyes.
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UPDATE 01-23-2011:
XFCE-Silverbrush-2.0
Bug fix....replaced the missing null shadow in panel.
The inactive window manager buttons have been changed in coloring. Before, the buttons were adjusted with a lower contrast giving them a glazed over appearance. Now the inactive buttons are just shaded darker to give the effect they are turned off. Also, changed the fg color on the progress bar, which was hard to see because the text was too light. The color has been darkened to near black color.
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02-13-2010:
Silverbrush runs on the murrine engine and module themes of Pewterburg-Gold and Starzburg.

Included in the themepack are two XFWM themes, Silverbrush-XFWM and Silverbrush-XMAC. The XFWM has the window buttons on right hand corner, while the XMAC has the buttons set up on the left hand corner.

Screenshots:
Top: Shows Mplayer, Opera browser, and Firefox browser with drop-down menu (Silverbrush-XFWM).
Middle: Mines game and the GIMP with slider buttons, scroll-bars, and tooltip with black background (Silverbrush-XFWM).
Bottom: Mac-style with left hand buttons. Main menu and bottom panel with Pewterburg-Gold icons (Silverbrush-XMAC).

More info on the Pewterburg-Icon theme:

http://www.xfce-look.org/content/show.php/Pewterburg-Color-Icons?content=118750
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Instructions from the Readme file:
Requires:
GTK 2.x
Pixmap Engine or Loaders
Murrine Engine (SVN version)
Pewterburg-Color icon theme (optional)

To install the Silverbrush theme:

For system wide (All Users):
Copy Silverbrush-XFCE folder into your themes directory (/usr/share/themes)

For single user (Only You):
Copy Silverbrush-XFCE folder into your 'Hidden File' ~/.themes directory (/home/(username)/.themes)

Select Silverbrush-XFCE from Settings > Appearance > Style

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There are two XFWM themes. Silverbrush-XFWM has the window buttons in the right
corner, and the Silverbrush-XMAC has the window buttons in the left corner.

To install the Silverbrush-XFWM (or XMAC) theme:

For system wide (All Users):
Copy Silverbrush-XFWM or Silverbrush-XMAC (or both) folder into your themes directory (/usr/share/themes)

For single user (Only You):
Copy Silverbrush-XFWM or Silverbrush-XMAC (or both) folder into your 'Hidden File' ~/.themes directory (/home/(username)/.themes)

Select Silverbrush-XFWM or Silverbrush-XMAC from Settings > Window Manager > Style
Last changelog:

9 years ago

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01-23-2011:
Fix panel null shadow.
Changed the inactive window manager buttons.
Changed the foreground color from light to dark for progress bar text.

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01-23-2011:
Fix panel null shadow.
Changed the inactive window manager buttons.
Changed the foreground color from light to dark for progress bar text.

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