GDM's

GDM Themes

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Description:

* my avio builts on avio
* orange gdm builts on blugdm
* frosty gdm builts on Intrepid Ibex GDM
* striped blue gmd builts on Infinity Grey GDM Theme
* deep blue builts on elementary GDM
* sunset gdm builts on sea gdm
* green bubbles builts on wooden & a nice green wallpaper from gnome-look.org

hope you like my mods
plz tell me if a theme doesn't work ...

---------- link for green bubbles screenshot ----------
http://tinyurl.com/ycb5f6c
Last changelog:

11 years ago

1.1 completly updated my avio gdm theme
add orange gdm

1.2 add frosty gdm

1.3 add striped blue gdm

1.4 add deep blue & sunset gdm

1.5 add green bubbles

1.6 fixed some problems in sunset and my avio gdm

BobCFC

11 years ago

The colour palettes are great, they go well together

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Bignono

11 years ago

thx for your comment ... :D
i do my best for every artwork

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11 years ago

1.1 completly updated my avio gdm theme
add orange gdm

1.2 add frosty gdm

1.3 add striped blue gdm

1.4 add deep blue & sunset gdm

1.5 add green bubbles

1.6 fixed some problems in sunset and my avio gdm

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