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Chris H.
Mac Leopard

Beryl/Emerald Themes by chriscenery 21 comments

I use this icon theme:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Simple?content=99470

the icons you see in nautilus are selfmade :)

hth
- Jun 08 2010
Gloew

Beryl/Emerald Themes by Uhave2Pay4 8 comments

ok now it works and i think i know what the problem was. emerald imported it, but there was an subdirectory too much. It looked like: .emerald/themes/Glöw/Glöw/, but it should look like this: .emerald/themes/Glöw/. Don't know how this could happen.
However, great theme. - Aug 01 2008
Gloew

Beryl/Emerald Themes by Uhave2Pay4 8 comments

when i try to import your theme to my emerald themer nothing happens, any idea whats the problem?
my emerald themer version is 0.7.2

please help me couse your theme looks really nice - Jul 31 2008
Mac Leopard

Beryl/Emerald Themes by chriscenery 21 comments

No comment. Some like it, some don't like it.
I think the benefit of Linux isn't the look, it's the usability if you'd like to work with your machine.
For example you want to write a FORTRAN program so what you'll do? I tell ya, just open Synaptic search for FORTRAN and you get a FORTRAN compiler. That's it! Can you do the same in any other OS? Don't think so.
So I wanna say I love Linux, but I don't have to like KDE, which I btw really don't like, I prefer GNOME. But thats an other story...

kind regards - Jun 19 2008
Mac Leopard

Beryl/Emerald Themes by chriscenery 21 comments

I think you can do that quite easy. Just open the emerald themer, choose the Mac Leopard Theme, then choose Edit Themes and then you should see a tab called Titlebar. After that there should be something like "Title-Text Font" visible and there you could change the font style. hopefully :) - Jun 18 2008