Divinorum Green & Cyan

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This theme depends on the Murrine engine:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/?content=42755

In the same vein as Divinorum Cyan & Magenta, here's a modification of Divinorum (GTK theme) by wulax:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Divinorum?content=65533

As always, the original shapes and look & feel of the theme are owed to wulax's excellent theme. I just changed the colours to make it match a different overall theme.

This is designed to be used with Gaia4Gnome-GC (Metacity theme) by sidman, which is part of the Gaia4Gnome set:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Gaia4Gnome?content=67525

It was made because I liked the Divinorum widget theme, but wanted it to match the window borders as well. :)



To fix colour issues in some apps (relevant to unreadable text colours), please see the description for the original Divinorum; the author has provided detailed instructions for working around this issue in several common apps. The userContent.css file is also already included with this theme.

aguilarojo

9 years ago

Great work!! One of my most favorite themes until I came upon your Divinorum CyanMagneta theme.

Thanks for paying attention to grace and quality.

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chris4585

11 years ago

I like this aswell, keep up the good work, i used the background from wordpress and the blue image is nice with the theme.

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twrock

11 years ago

I really like this black and green combo. Nice!

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fyda

11 years ago

Thank you! Good to know I'm not the only one who likes it. :)

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JECHO

11 years ago

can you post a link to that wallppaer?

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fyda

11 years ago

Believe it or not, that's the default top banner image from a WordPress theme. I just stretched it (a LOT) to fit across 3x2 viewports...

"Expo" (with Curve mode) in Compiz Fusion:
http://solinde.googlepages.com/20080417_cofu_expocurve.png

I don't think it would be appropriate (or even legal) for me to redistribute my distorted version of that image. But the source image is always available for downloading and private modifying.

So, the WP theme is here:
http://themes.wordpress.net/columns/2-columns/134/chaoticsoul-10/

And the relevant images are inside the archive, under "/images". Yes, they really are tiny, and yes, they do get stretched a lot. >.>

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