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Beryl/Emerald Themes
A New Hope Dark Mod (Left-sided ver.)

Beryl/Emerald Themes 4 comments

Score 63.3%
Jul 28 2012
Done! Sorry for such a delay. - Jul 28 2012
I recommend Atolm GTK theme and this wallpaper by Vladstudio for this theme: - Jun 06 2012
A New Hope Dark Mod

Beryl/Emerald Themes 12 comments

Score 63.3%
Jun 06 2012
It's working, give it another try! - Jun 06 2012
I recommend Atolm GTK theme and this wallpaper by Vladstudio for this theme: - Jun 06 2012
Finally added left-sided version, see above if needed! - Jun 06 2012
Well, I've made s left-sided version right now. It took about 10 minutes =) As we say in Russia, «And just year didn't pass» — don't know equivalent in English =)

You can grab it here: - Jun 06 2012
Well, it seems to be ok for me, I can download it for now.

But I added an little bit updated version (shade button is deactivated due to bug I described before). And link to depositfiles: Don't know if needed.

I'm still planning to make a left-sided version =) Sorry, don't have much time. BTW, I believe it's easy to make it self using this version, all you have to do is to reverse images in GIMP. - Jun 06 2012
0. Thank you for liking my theme =)
1. I will make left-sided version soon, it's quite simple. Didn't expected that buttons in left side could be so popular, but maybe I'm just a mammutidae.
2. I found a bug. Some applications «loses» the buttons when switching from fullscreen to windowed mode (xnview, games…) I'm not sure why does it appears, but for me the solution was to remove shade/unshade button from panel. It is done so: run emerald-theme-manager. select theme. click «Change themes» and in the tab for titlebar (is it «Titlebar» tab? Dunno lol, I'm using the russian translation) change the titlebar objects string to (4)MA::(24)T(6)NRC(8)
I think it's not my fault but the bug of emerald engine. - Jul 09 2011
Debian Orb 01, Bottom Panel

GnoMenu Skins 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Sep 04 2010
Same as with second variant of theme, themedata.xml is incorrect. See for solution. - May 14 2011
Debian Orb for Gnomenu

GnoMenu Skins 5 comments

Score 58.0%
Jan 19 2010
Well, looks like the themedata.xml isn't correct. It caused my GnoMenu to crash and revert to default settings. Actually the whole theme block is missing =) Right one:

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<content type="Button">
<ContentData Name="Debian Orb v2" Author="Alex Diaz" Copyright="GPL" id="Contentdata"/>
<theme Top="1" id="HasTop">
<Background Image="start-here.png" ImagePressed="start-here-depressed.png" ImageHover="start-here-glow.png"/>
<Top Image="start-here-top.png" ImagePressed="start-here-top-depressed.png" ImageHover="start-here-top-glow.png"/>
<Label Name="Start" MarkupNormal="&lt;span foreground='#000' font_desc='Tahoma 8' stretch='normal' weight='bold'&gt; &lt;/span&gt;" LabelX="20" LabelY="1"/>

Also I don't think you need to have this label "Start" on the button, so I replaced it with a space. (It's "Label" section.) - May 14 2011
Score 58.0%
9   May 14 2011