Metacity Themes

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This is based on the work of the default Elementary WinME GTK themes.

You do need to have Nautilus Elementary installed, obviously.

You don't need to have the Elementary theme or icons installed, but you do need to have WinME installed if you want the matching Metacity theme. You can find it here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/WinMe?content=123613

This is essentially the WinME GTK with the Nautilus breadcrumbs enabled, as seen in the screenshot. No other modifications have been made.

When installed, you'll also have a metatheme that calls in the WinME Metacity theme, and Elementary icons - unlike here in my screenshot, the window controls are in their traditional position on the RIGHT. If you don't like this, there's plenty of ways to change it back.

I take no credit for anything except melding the two.
I also plan on adding the breadcrumbs to other GTK themes in the future.

And to all you who vote down because it's another windows-alike, I say this - I don't care, and neither should you.
It just happens to be something I made, that I think some people like. If you don't like windows, go preach someplace else.
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10 years ago

First release.

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10 years ago

First release.

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Metacity was the default window manager used by the GNOME 2 desktop environment until it was replaced by Mutter in GNOME 3.  Wikipedia