Darkly Glassed

Compiz Themes by kingrayray 27 comments

Next to the save button should be 'Export'. This lets you choose where to save the .cgwdtheme file to.

This is really pretty, nice to see a good dark theme, I love me some dark themes.

Kinda makes me want to use GNOME...kinda... :D - Aug 30 2006
AeroPink

Compiz Themes by SaikoBee 12 comments

Um, I don't even know what this is..
Can anyone give me a translation? - Aug 30 2006
KdeGirl Fixed

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by djt 1 comment

I don't get it. - Aug 26 2006
Iron Maiden

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by breadfan 4 comments

But this is a bit intense for a splash screen if you ask me. - Aug 26 2006
Onegai Teacher

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by DarkShai 2 comments

Is Onegai Teacher a manga/anime?

I suppose it would be cool if I knew its origin, but it just seems like random hot-for-teacher anime.

Cool though, anyway. - Aug 26 2006
Fusion X Metal

KDE 3.5 Themes by ilcicci 25 comments

Mmm, I like what you've done with it :D

I have a few more ideas if you want to hear.

Give an option to center tabs, I think it would look really good with the tabs aligned center, it would almost then look like the tabs were buttons, kinda like Aqua's Choosers.

Flip the colors in the progress bar - make it so the completed part is the purple, and the background the black.

Do a different effect for group-boxes. Try rounding the edges more, or what I think would be cool is a different effect besides a border, like sunken group boxes, or raised, or something different. Maybe something that kind of blended a bit better with the current tab.

I tried not to be too vague, hope it helps.
Best of luck, this theme is making some nice progress. - Aug 26 2006
Fusion X Metal

KDE 3.5 Themes by ilcicci 25 comments

You say you want some more constructive criticism, so here goes.

Ditch the shine in the middle of buttons/tabs, it just makes it hard on the eyes.

You have too much contrast - try making the whole theme blend better.

I don't quite know how to put it, but the progress bar looks strange to me.

I think if you took a look at the Poleyester style running a dark color scheme with the glass buttons, it might give you some ideas on how to make this a little more refined.

I can't wait to see where you go from here. Best of luck. - Aug 25 2006
Samurai Log-in

GDM Themes by aiPhy 2 comments

I'll have you know that, believe it or not, that "girl" is a guy.

Anywho, please post one without Kenshin, as much as I love the rurouni, this GDM would be better without him. - Aug 25 2006
Fusion X Metal

KDE 3.5 Themes by ilcicci 25 comments

I really like the concept, but I think it's a bit too hard to read, and gaudy. - Aug 17 2006
Linux-Beginner

Wallpaper Other by ralle 1 comment

This just seems like a poorly drawn plug for a website. - Aug 15 2006
Vista WannaBe

KDE 3.5 Themes by mth013 8 comments

But I think this looks like a strange Windows classic / Keramik fusion.

And how does that even qualify as a Vista look-alike? It's not even remotely similar. - Aug 15 2006
Kate Moss KDE Wallpaper

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by mlsd 3 comments

This guy took everything I had to say about it :| - Aug 05 2006
ubuntu

Kbfx Startmenu by sangrehirviendo 3 comments

I prefer your Kubuntu Kbfx theme, but some people think orange is a great color for their DE (And they are generally insane)

Keep up the good work. (^_^)b - Aug 05 2006
kubuntu

Kbfx Startmenu by sangrehirviendo 6 comments

One of the nicest Kbfx themes I have seen!
Almost makes me want to switch to Kubuntu...Almost. - Aug 05 2006
SnowIsh

Full Icon Themes by floppy 56 comments

The buildset script can't seem to find `convert'. What is this and where can I get it? - Aug 04 2006
Linux Times

Kbfx Startmenu by miss-dragon 1 comment

Unlike a lot of Kbxx Spinx menu themes I have seen, this one is great for visibility. It's very functional, and not gaudy. Myself, I'd like to see a little more eye-candy. - Aug 04 2006
deKorator

KDE 3.x Window Decorations by motyR 383 comments

Call me stupid, but I can not figure out where this thing went after I installed the RPM for it... - May 12 2006