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Moomex-Theme

   0.7.1  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Link:  http://
Depends on  GTK 2.x
Downloads:  493488
Submitted:  Apr 27 2007
Updated:  Jul 4 2008

Description:

Moomex Theme: The goal of this theme is to provide an Eye Candy for your Gnome Desktop.
This theme aims to be very elegant with a complete and consistent look.
I use this theme on Ubuntu, but it can also work on other distributions.

Feedback of any kind is always appreciated.




Changelog:

2008.07.04 - v 0.7.1
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Metacity Fixes

2008.07.03 - v 0.7
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- Improved the metacity style.
- Fixed panel bugs.
- Better menubar style.
_ Panel, menubar, menu-item, and metacity can be colorized through the gnome-theme-manager (3rd Screenshot)


2008.01.01 - v 0.6
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- Fixed a Bug where the shutdown dialog shows the panel style ( Foresight, Gentoo).
- Fixed a Bug where "Mail Preferences" in Evolution inherits the panel style.
- Fixed text color issues in some widgets (e.g GtkCalender, GtkCellView, etc)
- Fixed the drop-down menu list button.
- Brought back the clearlooks GLOSSY style lost due to version 0.5
- Black menu style ( can be customized)




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 transparent bar

 
 by baddison on: Jun 19 2008
 
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I realize that you can make a bar transparent by using the alt key + middle scroll button on mouse. However when you do this the text and application launchers become more and more difficult to see. Is there a way to just make the bar semi transparent without changing the transparency of the text or application launchers on the bar.
Thanks


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 Re: transparent bar

 
 by moomex on: Jul 3 2008
 
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No, i don't think so.

Unless the developer of murrine releases his new RGBA capable engine. Then, I will base my theme on murrine engine.


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 Icons and Gadgets

 
 by leecon on: Jul 3 2008
 
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What icon theme are you using and where to get it?

The gadget browser there, is that a screenlets gadget browser, how to get that as well?

thanks! Theme looks very nice.


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 Re: Icons and Gadgets

 
 by moomex on: Jul 3 2008
 
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The icon set is Oxygen, you can get it from ubuntu repository or type in terminal:

sudo apt-get install kde-icons-oxygen

I'm using google gadgets not screenlets, you can download it from getdeb.net
http://www.getdeb.net/app/Google+Gadgets


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 Excelent

 
 by Midnite on: Jul 3 2008
 
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excelent theme man, is perfect!!


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 Re: Excelent

 
 by moomex on: Jul 3 2008
 
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I'm really glad you like it


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 well...

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jul 8 2008
 
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too much looking like ms-Vista... =/


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 Moomex

 
 by DishLauncher on: Jul 12 2008
 
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Theme looks great Moomex! Unfortunately, mine doesn't quite look like the screenies posted :(

I'm a newbie to linux, so sorry if this problem was already solved somewhere in the comments. I'm running Xubuntu on an old Dell Inspiron 600m. I installed the theme and I'm missing the black panel aka panel is white. Perhaps an installation error? Installed via the terminal, sudo mv Moomex /usr/share/themes


Great theme and any help would be appreciated!


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 Re: Moomex

 
 by moomex on: Jul 13 2008
 
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This theme is for Gnome. It's not yet compatible with XFCE. You should have no problem using it on ubuntu.


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 window decoration

 
 by ElTimo on: Jul 15 2008
 
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I apologize if this was already mentioned, but the maximize button seems to overlap the close button when you hover over it, and the close button has a sliver of black in it when you hover over it. I took a look at the pixmaps, and I noticed that all the window button pixmaps are the same dimensions. Is this necessary? Because I noticed that there seems to be part of the close button stuck on to the maximize/restore button's pixmap.


I hope this makes sense to someone.


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 Re: window decoration

 
 by moomex on: Jul 18 2008
 
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This is a known bug due to metacity has some limitations (Button must be the same size). However, I will try to fix this in the next releases.

P.S, Moomex-Beryl shows how the metacity theme should look like.


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