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GTK2 Themes
Icon Sub-Sets
Full Icon Themes
KDE 3.x Window Decorations
Various Gnome Stuff
KDE 3 Color Schemes
KDM3 Themes
Metacity Themes
deKorator Themes
KDE 3.x Splash Screens
Openbox Themes
Various KDE 1.-4. Styles
Gnome Cupertino

GTK3 Themes 589 comments

Score 74.6%
Apr 14 2013
Good job. Looking good. Thanx! - Jan 10 2012
Great. Looking forward to the result... - Jan 05 2012
Your theme is getting better with every release!
Any chance of theming the fallback panel? - Jan 05 2012
It it possible to come closer to what EXIT31 is looking for. In



NautilusWindow .sidebar .view {
background-color: shade (@bg_color, 0.72);


NautilusWindow .sidebar .view {
background-color: #dee4ea;


NautilusWindow .sidebar .view:prelight {
color: black;
background-color: shade (@bg_color, 0.78);


NautilusWindow .sidebar .view:prelight {
color: black;
background-color: #dee4ea;

To make the divider between the two panes thinner, open


and change

-GtkPaned-handle-size: 5;


-GtkPaned-handle-size: 1; - Dec 15 2011
Unico engine for fedora 15 (rpm)

Various Gnome Stuff 9 comments

Score 63.3%
Jun 26 2011
Sorry, can't, due to dependency issues. Tried to adjust the dependencies, but didn't succeed. Anyone here to help?
PS: Latest Zukitwo still works perfectly on my machine using the 69 version ;-) - Jul 21 2011
Thanks for your 64bit package, too!
Well, it is possible to compile 32bit packages on a 64bit system, unfortunately not the other way round... - Jun 28 2011
Here you are. Tried to compile with noarch, but didn't work...
Pls let me know if it works for you! - Jun 26 2011
Thanks for your comment, but sorry, running 32bit only... - Jun 25 2011

Full Icon Themes 69 comments

Score 79.5%
Aug 25 2017
Well, in fact it is Nautilus 3.0.2 in fedora 15...
No idea why you don't have a separate "Devices" section... - Jul 11 2011
Welcome. Thanks for your kind comment... - Jul 10 2011
There never was, as this icon set only replaces the folder icons.
However, I added a solution to your problem to the description above... - Jun 20 2011
Just checked the fodora package of the faenza icon theme: that package, for example, already uses the fedora icon instead of the ubuntu one... - Jun 13 2011
That icon comes with the original faenza icon set. Try installing the faenza icon set that comes with your distro - it may have been adjusted there...
Alternatively you can change that icon yourself by replacing the "distributor-logo" icon in the "places" folder. - Jun 13 2011
Thanks. Still using them myself... ;-) - Jun 13 2011
No idea what the problem is. Hope you got it sorted... - Jun 13 2011
It's an old version of elementary... - Jun 13 2011
Thunderbird uses its own (icon) themes... - Jun 13 2011
Sorry, just read your comment more carefully. As I said before, I do not want to interfere with the original icon theme... If you want to, you can replace the respective icons in your setup ;-) - Oct 26 2010
Never changed anything but the folder icons... Please check your setup. - Oct 26 2010
As soulsample has already mentioned:
edit the theme's index.theme file with a text editor (e.g. gedit) and replace the line "Inherits=Faenza,Humanity,Tango,gnome" with "Inherits=Faenza-Dark,Humanity,Tango,gnome" and you are done.

There is no need for another icon theme... - Oct 26 2010
Should work the way you did it.
Alternatively you can drag and drop the "Faenza-Cupertino.tar.gz" folder into the appearance window. Make sure the "Theme" tab is active... Good luck! - Sep 27 2010
Please see my comment above... - Sep 27 2010
No need. See soulsample's comment (2nd comment) if you prefer Faenza-Dark icons... - Sep 27 2010
Please ask here:
This icon set is only meant to replace the folders. I do not want to touch any other icons. - Sep 27 2010
Sorry. Fixed. - Sep 21 2010
Please ask here:
This icon set is only meant to replace the folders... - Sep 21 2010
Gave it a go... Acceptable? - Sep 20 2010
If tiheum provides these icons, I will adjust them. I do not want to interfere with the original icon set. You may ask the boss himself to add them... - Sep 16 2010
Done it for you ( Enjoy... - Sep 16 2010
But there are lots of themes out there that go well with the icon theme... ;-) - Sep 12 2010
Great to see you like this "folder replacement icon set". Just added a replacement for the remaining icons based on the folder icon. Enjoy! - Aug 25 2010

Full Icon Themes 10 comments

Score 77.7%
Sep 21 2010
Your comments are appreciated. - Sep 20 2010
Sorry, but I have to disappoint you... Maybe someone else wants to give it a go, I don't mind... - Sep 20 2010
eventCal (iCal event calendar)

Conky 48 comments

Score 64.5%
Mar 01 2012
Thanks! Looking even better now... - Jun 06 2010
This is a very useful screenlet.
However, I would prefer the names of the weekdays aligned to the left, without indentation. I had a look at your code, but not knowing anything about python I didn't find an option in the code to change this... - Jun 05 2010

GTK2 Themes 2 comments

Score 50.0%
May 13 2010
Thanks, Zac! - May 14 2010
YAMIT (+ elementary-nautilus version)

GTK2 Themes 16 comments

Score 50.0%
Apr 30 2010
Great sleek theme, thanks!

There's one glitch, however: do you know how to fix it? In OpenOffice the menu text appears white... Rather small detail, but your theme would even be better if that could be fixed... ;-)

Funny enough, Firefox seems to have no trouble displaying the menus correctly. - Mar 13 2010

Metacity Themes 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 08 2010
Here you are ;-) - Jan 09 2010
Oxygen for deKorator

deKorator Themes 6 comments

Score 65.6%
May 20 2008
Well, it's a theme file. To use this theme, copy it to
$KDEHOME/share/apps/kstyle/themes/ (usually ~/.kde/share/apps/kstyle/themes/)
After restarting KDE's style panel, it should appear as a theme in the list. - May 22 2008
Welcome! - May 20 2008
OXYGEN icons for

Icon Sub-Sets 5 comments

Score 58.0%
May 06 2008
Thanx for your comment. I know I cheated a bit with the gradients. May look into them when I get a bit of time. - May 08 2008

GTK2 Themes 8 comments

Score 50.0%
Dec 13 2007
Thanks for explaining. Now I see what you mean.
It looks like this because the theme had a secondary-backward-stepper, so the second stepper was actually just propped on top of the first one and hid the bottom of the groove underneath. BTW, it looks exactly the same in kimmik's original theme.
I decided to change to a more traditional stepper layout - now the problem is solved... (see updated screenshots) ;-) - Dec 13 2007
Cheers! - Dec 13 2007
... no, I don't ...? - Dec 13 2007
Linux: beyond the horizon

Various Stuff 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Sep 06 2007
Thanks. Just read your description again ;-) - Sep 23 2007
looks good. mind sharing the wallpaper? - Sep 07 2007
Tasty Menu

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 499 comments

by mart
Score 58.0%
Dec 13 2007
Any chance of adjusting the Tasty Menu tray icon size to the standard tray icon size?
Would be greatly appreciated... - Feb 22 2007

Wallpaper Other 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Feb 06 2007
Stop copying other people's work and do something more original!

See - Feb 06 2007

GTK2 Themes 10 comments

Score 50.0%
Jan 14 2007
Thanks. Fixed! - Jan 14 2007