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GTK2 Themes 12 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 27 2008
You can find the Icon theme's name in the preview. Please look for that first before asking questions.

I only wonder how you used the included folders? I found the folders under extras/, but how would I use them? Copy paste them into the places/? But there are many icons, which use the folder model, but have some sort of tag on them (like folder_home.png for instance) - and they will remain blue. :( - Jun 27 2008

System Software 15 comments

Score 55.0%
May 07 2008
A GTK version would be great! :p

Good job though! :D - Jun 19 2008

GTK2 Themes 22 comments

Score 58.0%
Oct 15 2008
Hey, the panel is PyPanel, right? And what's that terminal? Could you provide me with both? :D

S - Jun 19 2008
Err, I read the change log, but what exactly did you change? Pixmap scrollbars?

What's the difference now? Hm, are they changing colors when I use them (activate with mouse click)?

Oh, and could you maybe look into firefox3? :D

As you see the bookmarks are kind of badly visible - as well as that new Awesome bar they use (not a problem for me though, as I go for the oldbar addon). :) - Jun 14 2008
Hey, looks gr8 dude. :)

Just in case you are on the ubuntuusers forums (there is someone with the same avatar): I thought you switched from OpenBox to some tiling WM? - Jun 13 2008

GTK2 Themes 9 comments

by Hund
Score 50.0%
May 21 2008
Nice work! :D

A CompizFusion theme would be nice.... - May 21 2008

GTK2 Themes 15 comments

Score 50.0%
May 20 2008

I will give it a try. Once again I have to say that the color used for the scrollbars and the comboboxes is too bright.

The baby blue in the initial release was slightly misplaced to my mind, but that radioactive green is a bit aggressive... :D (If you look at the preview and try not to focus anything particular, your view gets drawn towards the bright green).

I will try a few colors and then tell you if I find a color that fits better. - May 20 2008
Hey there,

Alright, I will try what you suggest for the scrollbar.

As for the color - I am not actually using the Gnome DE, so I don't have that color chooser (and I just can't find my way around the theme files...).

But yeah, I will be looking into that. :D

Anyways, good job! - May 19 2008
Hey...yet again, I really like that theme.

I just have two question:
Could you consider using a less intense baby blue for the scrollbars? I think they kinda don't feed the rest of the look and feel of this theme.

Also, could you maybe create a green version of this theme? :D Like, leave the grey as it is, just change the blue to green?

Cheers for your work! - May 18 2008
Reallyl like it. Rated good. :D - May 06 2008

GTK2 Themes 6 comments

by mubs
Score 50.0%
May 05 2008
I have to say that I really like that theme.

Very well done. :D - May 05 2008
Lowfat Lefty (cgwd version)

Compiz Themes 14 comments

Score 50.0%
Mar 20 2008
I cannot actually open the theme in Emerald. It tells me, that it expects a .emerald file, whereas this is cgdw-something.

So I am wondering how this is supposed to work then..... - Apr 30 2008
Cairo style for GNOME

GTK2 Themes 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 02 2008
I really like the theme. Could you maybe create an OpenBox theme that fits this one? - Apr 03 2008
Elegant Blankon

GTK2 Themes 15 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 01 2008
An OpenBox theme would be amazing too! :) - Apr 01 2008
Taco Love

Wallpaper Other 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Mar 30 2008
Awesome work man! Truly appreciated! - Mar 30 2008
CrashBit (Fedora/Ubuntu)

Full Icon Themes 98 comments

Score 63.3%
Sep 06 2008
Is there still someone working on this icon theme? - Mar 06 2008
MurrinaBronze (Gtk+Openbox Themes)

GTK2 Themes 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Mar 06 2008
Luks gud dude. :) O4en' mne nravitsya! ;)

What is that running in your console? That file manager sort of thing in the first picture...
- Mar 06 2008
G-Tangish Black

Icon Sub-Sets 10 comments

Score 50.0%
Oct 29 2007
Uploaded !

Thanks to asimo from :) - Nov 05 2007
I have the same problem. Rapidshare doesn't like me.

You can try though, they seem to be very useful. - Nov 04 2007

Icon Sub-Sets 44 comments

Score 58.0%
Dec 06 2007
Icons applications-accessories, applications-games, emblem-desktop, folder, memory-card, image-x-generic, text-x-generic, user-desktop are similiar to each other in size and shape.

Yet eachs appears to have a slightly different angle.
If you made them having the same angle, the same directions so to say, it would look more natural and less disturbing. :)

Also, I am not sure if it is good to have partially 3D-Icons and partially 2D-Icons.

But apart from that your Theme looks amazing! :) - Oct 22 2007

GTK2 Themes 19 comments

Score 50.0%
Sep 27 2007
I really love your theme. It is dark and very pleasant to the eyes on the one hand, and not too dark on the other.

It's really relaxing for my eyes to work with this GTK-Engine.

So, I just have a minor problem: The icon for Volume Control isn't displayed nicely. It seems to big for the panels. I've attached two screenshots showing the Volume Control buttons from two different Icon Themes (standard Human and NuoveXT2.2).

Maybe you can investigate on that? - Oct 05 2007
nuoveXT 2

Icon Sub-Sets 70 comments

by saki
Score 58.0%
Jul 20 2007
Great job again! I really like this theme.

Yet there are some things I think are better in NuoveXT 1.6! For example the icons used for the different .txt-Documents or archive packages were nicer in the previous version (those showing, what kind of file it actually is - like TGZ or ODT).

But actually this is one of the very best icon themes available for Gnome. - Jul 02 2007
Murrina Relax

GTK2 Themes 68 comments

by uel
Score 50.0%
Nov 05 2007
Alright. That sounds promising! :)

Keep up the good work!

Best wishes to you from Berlin. :) (We are neighbors in fact =D). - Jun 25 2007
I really enjoy this theme. Although I have to admit that I liked version v0.3 better than the current one.

In fact I have chosen this theme because I liked the dark/black panel. I love you to stick with the former color scheme.

I have running v0.3 again.

BTW: What Metacity do you use? - Jun 24 2007