Leopard look
GTK2 Themes
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Description:

I modified the osx theme to make it look like the new Leopard style.


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Original OSX theme:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/OSX-Tiger+theme?content=56577

Leopard on Apple.com
http://www.apple.com/macosx/leopard/


UPDATE:

I improved the whole look, and added a iconset.

Macestar

8 years ago

Link for download is dead

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XmaskX

9 years ago

the link in your blog to os x leopard.tar.gz is dead. please fix it, i really want to have your theme.

greets
manuel

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bithead

9 years ago

The download link goes to a blog which openly states that its intent is to make the author money. No actual download is available. This theme should be removed, unless the author wants to share revenue with gnome-look.org.

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connedy

9 years ago

The best of all!
Please keep on working, nothing is final ;-)
Forget Mac4Lin ^^

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penguinux

10 years ago

okay i am confused now.
there so many leopard themes out there :S
I downloaded the one on this page http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/My+Leopard+Project+in+action!+(Mac4Lin)?content=66165

it comes with everything you need to transform gnome to look like leopard.

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envyouraudience

10 years ago

could you provide an alternate download link for the icons? the link provided on your blog is broken.

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xcletusx

10 years ago

hi,
how can i get a task bar like on the screenshots? i just have this gnome window container on the bottom.

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OneSeventeen

10 years ago

Great theme, but I have to switch to other themes when using Inkscape because the buttons on the left toolbar are so big they don't fit on my laptop's screen. (1280x800)

I tried grabbing the toolbar folders and settings from another theme that does work with inkscape but it didn't make a difference...

Any tips on simply making the icons smaller? (I'd rather reserve as much space for editing graphics/browsing the web as possible)

I love the overall look, it is very clean and looks great, so I hope this doesn't come across as though I'm complaining... even though I am... :)

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sick-boy

10 years ago

Congratulations!! This is the better that i have seen for gnome. It's integrate perfectly. I only have a question, I would like have the main bar in the panel transparent too, but i see it grey...

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kikicsui

10 years ago

Dear sir,

The horizontal scrollbar arrow that you took from Mr. Peter StJ (malwk) is not fixed yet, as he said, "Attention: I am really lazy and I am not using aqua theme so I had not finishes the pixmaps for the horizontal arrows, feel free to finish this".

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paullinux

10 years ago

In the metacity-theme the 'menu-button' is too small.

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paullinux

10 years ago

Your top menubar is grey-silver, yet even leopard is still using a white menubar. Leopard - unlike its previous versions -can make it transparent now.
Anyway if you want to copy leopard you need a white menubar.

I'm using your theme and it is the best theme ever (I can tell when comparing it with my Imac G5 with OSX)

Keep up the good work!

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invaderjohn

10 years ago

hey what dock is that ur using?. :) looks najjs

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ramios

10 years ago

It's AMAZING man :D Good work!!!

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ddumanis

10 years ago

Looks great! I do have one comment: I use the Window Selector applet in my Panel, and in your theme when I turn the Panel transparent the Window Selector icon stays gray (not transparent).

Most themes (at least the major ones) don't do this--they keep the Window Selector icon transparent. Can you change yours to do this as well?

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freakcode

10 years ago

This one is very crisp, looks well done. +1

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saleiro

10 years ago

I'm using this one right now. Will stay on for a long while! Thanks

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toby

10 years ago

Hey. Really great job on the theme.
However, as I use a Mac (Tiger) on a daily basis, I quickly noticed that with this theme, as well as the original OSX-mod theme, the buttons are simply far too big. This turned my attention to the few and low-resolution screenshots I've seen of Leopard so far - It seems very little Aqua is being left in there. Apart from the scroll-bars, I've been unable to spot a single aqua element (buttons particularly) - although I haven't been hunting for them either. This made me think that perhaps you would like to collaborate or start on your own, as I have, on changing the button look to that of Tiger/iTunes, since it seems aqua buttons are out. It's merely a suggestion, and I will get on it myself.
In any case, good job - keep it up.

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kimmik

10 years ago

Already did all that ;)
I'm going to release the better new version soon.

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malwk

10 years ago

It seems like you have not been hunting enough:)

Aqua buttons are still present in some configuration windows (the one that slides like sheets).

I guess this can be simulated in GTK as *Dialog*.GtkButton or something like that, haven't tried it yet

And OMG, there is spell checking in Firefox 2!!!!!

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toby

10 years ago

You're absolutely right; there *are* some Aqua elements in the screenshots. However, I have a feeling this might be because they aren't entirely done with Leopard. If not, it's a really poor job on their end, since people have been scratching their heads about Tiger's lack of consistency in appearance for a long time now, and one would think the point of this new look was to unify it all again.

Thanks for the heads up.

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onyxrev

10 years ago

I did a quick and dirty matching emerald theme...

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=60442

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koshu

10 years ago

This is a great theme of Leopard! I hope that you continue working on it and make it more genuine looking! I like all your creations.

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undercover90

10 years ago

That's one of the best thmese I've ever seen!

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kimmik

10 years ago

THX

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