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Ice-WM Themes

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This is basically a modification of the liQuid theme to make the titlebar look more like Mac OS X. Although OS X doesn't have window borders, I found them necessary in icewm, so I made some from scratch.

rschouten

16 years ago

I'm fairly new to Linux and found this window decoration the best for me. Sure other aqua-like window decorations exist but his one was a breeze to install (like all other IceWMs) and is not buggy.

It would be great if you could add the OS X style window shading too. This is more than just eye-candy in my opinion, but a great enhancement to usability.

Great work!

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ashdurbat

16 years ago

I was intrigued by the 'sort of' in the title, but found no original work. This is just redundant content and unneccessary.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

I also set: Look and feel -> Colors -> Color Scheme -> Liquid.

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anonymous-hive

17 years ago

This is the first comment I have posted regarding a theme or style. It looks great with the Acqua widget style and theme.

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ramper02

18 years ago

Is it possible to round the top corners of the windows ala OS X? I tried to do it but it didn't work right. It would look fine, but when you moved the window the transparency around the rounded corner would keep what was behind it in the background. Minimizing and restoring would fix it but as soon as you moved it again, the same thing happened. The corners where xpm images. I'm not sure I'm making sense here.

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anonymous-hive

18 years ago

How you try this?

samurai@post.com

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ramper02

18 years ago

Is it possible to round the top corners of the windows ala OS X? I tried to do it but it didn't work right. It would look fine, but when you moved the window the transparency around the rounded corner would keep what was behind it in the background. Minimizing and restoring would fix it but as soon as you moved it again, the same thing happened. The corners where xpm images. I'm not sure I'm making sense here.

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ramper02

18 years ago

Is it possible to round the top corners of the windows ala OS X? I tried to do it but it didn't work right. It would look fine, but when you moved the window the transparency around the rounded corner would keep what was behind it in the background. Minimizing and restoring would fix it but as soon as you moved it again, the same thing happened. The corners where xpm images. I'm not sure I'm making sense here.

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