Dynamic Ubuntu Sun

GTK2 Themes by IDtucho 6 comments

Yes, I did. But I guess I was too impatient... :-p Well, this explains it. Thank you. - Mar 15 2010
Dynamic Ubuntu Sun

GTK2 Themes by IDtucho 6 comments

It would be even nicer if the theme would be automatically cahngable even WHILE you are logged in. How I understand it and experienced it, this script chooses a theme depending on the login time, but doesn't change anything if you are logged in for a whole day.
I would like it if it could change themes even while logged in, but I am not sure if it is possible...
A good idea, though. I rated it good. - Mar 11 2010
ColdSteel

GTK2 Themes by IamJustUs 24 comments

Nothing happened... It acts exactly the same as I already described above.

I tried to look around other Metacity themes and compare them, but I can hardly conclude anything... Maybe one of these days I will finally push myself to read some documentation on theme creation. - Feb 22 2010
ColdSteel

GTK2 Themes by IamJustUs 24 comments

Seems like something is wrong. Now the Metacity theme doesn't appear in Gnome's theme manager. I mean, it is listed, but instead of a sample picture next to it, there is a question mark (?), and if I choose it, nothing happens... Like if there wasn't any theme, but was listed in the .themes folder... strange. - Feb 18 2010
ColdSteel

GTK2 Themes by IamJustUs 24 comments

Could you possibly port the OpenBox theme to Metacity? It fits much better than the one you provided, AND it would give more consistency to have OpenBox and Metacity look the same. - Feb 14 2010
XSplash Background Settings

XSplash Themes by meerkat 84 comments

1. Yes.

2. Not sure. I don't remember anymore...

3. In that case, it doesn't happen anything. Probably because I removed the daemon from my startup apps when I noticed this behaviour... And it seems like it doesn't go back there automatically by selecting "Use Desktop Background". If I turn on again the daemon manually, the background turns just plain and clear white.

4. and 5. Thank you for the info. - Feb 11 2010
WinFlag

GnoMenu Skins by amoob 11 comments

I was just replying to what he was saying in the description. He just got what he was asking for. And as I said, I am not a Widows hater, I am a Freedom lover. ;-)

And I believe I was quite polite. after all... It was him who was proclaiming people childish for giving importance to symbols.

We could discuss semiotics, and I believe we would even agree to some point. But I am challenging you, amoob, to go out wearing a sieg-rune, which I believe it looks quite nice outside a nazi (SS) context. Then try to explain everybody you are not sympathizing nazism, that it is just a nice thunder-like line, cool for design.

If you want to exorcize a symbol from one of its meanings, you have to give him a new one. Otherwise, the association to the well-known one is just unbeatable. You can't raise a Microsoft Windows flag and then say it is just a "nicely colored flag", with no meaning. And you know it. - Feb 06 2010
WinFlag

GnoMenu Skins by amoob 11 comments

A svugdje nas ima! :-)

Ali je nekim ljudima stvarno teško išta objasniti... Jebala ga zastavica. - Feb 06 2010
XSplash Background Settings

XSplash Themes by meerkat 84 comments

One more thing. It seems like using the daemon just makes my xsplash backround completely white... Can't figure out why. I wasn't planning using, anyway, but it is still strange how it doesn't here.

BTW, were you thinking of adding a GUI way to change the GMD GTK theme? It would be also nice to add a way of choosing any system-wide installed GTK theme, and not just switching between the default one and the one used once logged in.

Another suggestion. It would be nice to have a fuctionality to change also the whole theme, not just the background, but also the logo and the throbber. At the moment, this script is useful for making it easier to change the background, but if i want to change the throbber, I still have to do it manually. What do you think? - Feb 04 2010
XSplash Background Settings

XSplash Themes by meerkat 84 comments

I experienced the same as Zetty. I "solved" it before with "sudo chmod -R a+rw /usr/share/images/xsplash", which strangely I had to do again after the last upgrade.

Also, for some reason, the last option in the list, the "Use desktop background" one, doen't work for me. When I check that it just keeps the last background manually selected, or the default, if I was using the default one. - Feb 04 2010
WinFlag

GnoMenu Skins by amoob 11 comments

It is not about hating an OS, it is about hating to do gratis advertising for a corporation we despise.
It was you who said that GNU/Linux is about freedom. So what do you think, should I, as a freedom lover, accept people wearing nazi symbols or such? I don't think so, they are most probably the enemy, or at least enemy sympathizers, which makes much the same...

Corporations like Miscrosoft or Apple (and quite a lot of others) take away our freedom, or at least they are trying to. And THIS is the reason why many of us don't like to see here no Windows flags, nor bitten apples. Not because we hate Windows or Mac OS, but because we love freedom. - Jan 31 2010
Sketchy

GTK2 Themes by Padster 16 comments

Very nice idea, yet incomplete, as you said. But it seems promissing. +1 - Jan 31 2010
Spectrum

GDM Themes by neonboy 4 comments

...it doesn't work with the new GDM, the one you have in Ubuntu Karmic... :-/ - Oct 29 2009
Terminal Green

GTK2 Themes by Bonzodog 4 comments

he is using openbox window manager, not metacity (default in gnome). so you can't use that if you are using a standard gnome install (with metacity, or compiz). But it is quite cool for LXDE, though. - Aug 30 2009
JapUbuntu Usplash Theme

Usplash Themes by gsaw 6 comments

How about a 64 bit package? - Mar 23 2009
Belgrade OS X theme

Beryl/Emerald Themes by UrosG3 5 comments

Što je to točno beogradsko na ovoj temi, osim možda autora? ;-) - Mar 03 2009
Griffin Embers Suite

GTK2 Themes by jameshardy88 21 comments

How did you get the dark background in gnomenu? With your theme I got it brown. a bit orangeish. With other themes showing a dark background in screenshot, like BlackVista, I got a white background... Where is the problem? - Feb 20 2009
Suave

GTK2 Themes by IIR 4 comments

I really like this theme, I am using it right now. But it has the tipical OpenOffice issue of most dark themes. Is there a workaround for it? - Feb 06 2009
I would really like to see a .deb or something for 1440x900. As it is now, it doesn't work on my computer. - Jan 24 2009
USplash Theme Fingerprint

Usplash Themes by Phylu 87 comments

I would like a 1440x900 version. - Jan 24 2009
LiNsta GKrellM theme

Various Gnome Stuff by etiennealaurent 2 comments

just extract it to ~/.gkrellm2/themes - Dec 06 2008
lupin_arch

Wallpaper Other by maintux 2 comments

How can anyone surely say this is not a fanart? - Dec 06 2008
Crass Wallapaper

Wallpaper Other by jpoRS 4 comments

Could you do a 1440x900 version? - Dec 03 2008
Crass Wallapaper

Wallpaper Other by jpoRS 4 comments

Haha! You messed up something... Punk IS Dead! That's what CRASS claimed. :-p - Dec 03 2008
The Greyhound Theme

GTK2 Themes by JohnnyJu 79 comments

I use this repo for Cairo Dock in sources.list:

## Cairo Dock repository.
deb http://repository.cairo-dock.org/ubuntu hardy cairo-dock

And I have v. 1.6.3.1. I believe it is the newest release version.

If you are an Ubuntu user, try the repo for yourself. Oh, yes, you should get the GPG key by typing:

wget -q http://repository.cairo-dock.org/ubuntu/cairo-dock.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -

- Nov 21 2008
The Greyhound Theme

GTK2 Themes by JohnnyJu 79 comments

Of course, I can.

In the meantime, I came up with a workaround. If I choose your theme in Cairo Dock's themes dialog without checking the dock's behavior checkbox (and thus refusing the default behavior of your theme), the subdocks appear. But it is just because it kept the previous theme's behavior... :-/ So, I will be waiting for that fix. - Nov 20 2008
The Greyhound Theme

GTK2 Themes by JohnnyJu 79 comments

Well, the usability issue goes for the Cairo Dock theme, not for the missing icons, but now I see I didn't write that very clearly... sorry for that. :-)

Well, talking about Cairo Dock, I really like the look of your theme, but without subdocks it is not usable for me as I use very much the Stack and Weather applets. But I believe you will soon fix this. :-) - Nov 19 2008
The Greyhound Theme

GTK2 Themes by JohnnyJu 79 comments

All the icons of my xfce menus disappear when I use this theme... Can't figure out why. Andi n the Cairo Dock theme, the sub docks don't show up.

The theme looks nice, but I question it's usabilty for this. - Nov 19 2008
NotXP

GTK2 Themes by Rockhaxor 31 comments

I share with you the disliking of win and mac clone themes, but I don't think they are necessarily a bad thing. If somebody likes the look of another OS, but doesn't like the OS itself, it is nice for him to have a similar look. It is just a matter of taste, and it is good to have choise for that matter.
But what bothers me the most in all this theme cloning matter are the logos. I can understand that somebody likes Vista's Aero theme or Mac OS's Aqua, but I just can't understand the reason of why to put a win or apple logo on it! It is like wearing a fake Nike t-shirt (or even worse) - what's the point? - Nov 16 2008
I just don't see how Mac OS (a proprietary OS) fit into this company... Otherwise, it is nice. - Nov 16 2008