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Polar Icons - Beta 1

Icon Sub-Sets by conteXx 74 comments

Simply extract all files and move the folder to your .icons/ folder (/home/urusername/.icons )

If you want everyusers to have them then move the folder to /usr/share/icons/

You can also simply drag the .tar.gz file to your themes manager just like you do with GTK themes. - Nov 03 2008
Wooden

GDM Themes by oleq 21 comments

Are you sure it is your first?
It looks really neat; I'm using it already, great job, thanks a lot.
Extra kudos for giving credit to image creators in your "front page". - Nov 03 2008
Truth for linux

GTK2 Themes by unforgivenII 78 comments

Menus are very hard to read, is the only down point in this great theme, fortunately someone fixed this:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=72658

Maybe you can add the fix. - Aug 16 2008
Truth+

GTK2 Themes by haldean 1 comment

This fix was very needed.
Thank you so very much, you really improved this great theme. - Aug 16 2008
Sleek Dragon splash

Gnome 2 Splash Screens by kunsel 8 comments

The easiest and safest way is using the startup manager.

Just open your packages/applications manager (synaptic, yum,yast, etc..) and search for startup manager. - Jul 10 2008
Truth for linux

GTK2 Themes by unforgivenII 78 comments

Thanks for the great theme, it looks really neat.

THIS IS THE WALLPAPER:
http://mihd.net/cbxj846

enjoy. - Apr 20 2008
gekos-leopard

GTK2 Themes by gekos 13 comments

Thanks of the quick reply, I appreciate it, and will try Emerald soon.
I already have Compiz, but not Emerald.
I found another solution to set the buttons on the left when using metacity:

Alt + F2 then type gconf-editor

Then on the left panel click apps - metacity - general

After that on the right pannel go to Button-Layout and change the value to:

close,maximize,minimize:menu

You can arrange the buttons the way you like, set them in the order you want separated by commas and the colon separates left side from right side. - Mar 27 2008
gekos-leopard

GTK2 Themes by gekos 13 comments

First, thanks for the great theme, it looks really neat, just like Mac OS X.

I have a little question though, I'm kinda new to the "tuning" your desktop thing and I don't know how to put the minimize/maximize/close buttons on the left side rather than the default right side, can you explain me how or give me a link to find the info I need please? - Mar 27 2008