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Fear And Mystery


Xfce Theme

Score 47%
Fear And Mystery

Fear And Mystery

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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  4607
Submitted:  Sep 14 2008
Updated:  Jun 15 2015


This is a port of the Fear theme for OSX and the Icon set Murder Mystery, which was my favourite theme in OSX, this is my first try at a theme and there are still a few tweaks to do so bear with me.
Permission to release this theme was given by the original author Joe Loy at http://www.fearutopia.com a big thanks to him for letting me do this and for the original theme, the original Icons wre designed by Zachary Lutterman but his web site is no longer around but a big thanks to him as well.
There is also an AWN theme and a set of wallpapers to complete the theme.
Comments are welcome enjoy!

Now Includes Xfce4 window manager frame.


Addded Xfce4 frames
Completely redone buttons, scrollbars and range bars.
Removed other flavours.
Minor icon changes.

removed rockbox,usplash,gdm no longer supported
updated download links
changed links to new website

Minor updates to icons
Added GDM theme
Changed links
Added usplash startup screen
Added extra window border
Added extra wallpapers including nautilus backgrounds
Now in 6 Flavours:
FearAndMystery (grey)
FearAndMysteryDepression (blue)
FearAndMysteryRage (red)
FearAndMysteryEnvy (green)
FearAndMysteryCowardice (yellow)
FearAndMysteryMetal (metal look title bar)
Added extra wallpapers to match the flavours
Added a Rockbox theme for iPod photo

(Fear Icons)
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 by Karmicbastler on: Jan 14 2011
Score 50%

download this theme. Them click onto a free space on your desktop and choose "change desktop-background". Then go to "themes" and drop this package into the window of your window-manager (for gnome, it is the metacity-theme-manager).

Then this theme will be copied and installed automaticly.

Or you can even go to your home-folder. In the menu-line at the top, you go to "Look" and choose "display hidden data" and then you see a folder called .themes in your home-folder. Just open this folder and put the package there and extract it. Then close this folder again and close your home-folder.
Then right-cklick again on a free space on your desktop and choose "change desktop-background". Then again go to "themes" and select your new theme and then go to "symbols" and select the icons for this theme.

This is it and you're done.

You see, installing Metacity-themes in ubuntu and its derivatives is just easy.


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 by TheRob on: Mar 1 2012
Score 50%


Almost comic book like experience :D

"life sucks, get a f***ing helmet alright!" -Denis Leary
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