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Ioannus de Verani
somewhat leopard

Gnome Screenshots by zp3dd4 3 comments

Could you please post the themes? I would love to be able to use those.

Thanks a lot!

Ioannus - Mar 21 2008

GTK2 Themes by fr3nd 1 comment

I like it, but NeXT scrollbars were a bit different. For one, there was no top button; therefore, there were only two buttons, but they were as in this, at the bottom. Also, the scrollbar was on the left side of the screen.

Nice work, though. I wonder if it is possible to make the scrollbar on the left? That would be nice if it is possible (I have little experience in skinning). - Nov 27 2007

Icon Sub-Sets by Xanderoby 26 comments

If you released this, I would definitely use it. Great work! - Nov 21 2007

GDM Themes by jmsmith4you 1 comment

Can't wait to try it out! - Apr 14 2007
Ubuntu and Beryl with Vista Look

Gnome Screenshots by aisu 2 comments

Looks awesome! What GTK theme are you using? - Apr 13 2007

Beryl/Emerald Themes by rmxdave 3 comments

Thanks for the info, looks awesome! - Apr 12 2007

Beryl/Emerald Themes by rmxdave 3 comments

Where did you get that GTK theme? Looks awesome, thanks...

Ioannus de Vernai - Apr 11 2007
Unified Aqua

GTK2 Themes by ioannusdeverani 5 comments

I am using Thunar,not Nautilus.

BTW, I am planning on modifying the scrollbars to look better. - Dec 16 2006

GTK2 Themes by roberTO21 66 comments

A very beuatiful theme. Just what I have been looking for!

Thanks. - Nov 15 2006
Kde Migration Manager

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by comtux 12 comments

When you develop the app, how will you make desktops look exactly like windows/mac? Would you use Baghira for the mac (because, if you do, it will slow down the computer)?

Also, what style do you propose to be the default of kde? I personally like linspire clear, but I do think that Plastik is more traditional.....

Nice idea - Jun 23 2006
"MS Word" - KWord Toolbar Style

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements by maarizwan 14 comments

I like it a lot. I like the layout of OOo, but I don't like that it isn't integrated with kde all the way (you can change the icons to crystal, but they won't change with the current iconset; also, ooo requires plugins to integrate even part of the way with kde. KOffice is fully integrated). I would use KOffice, but I hate the jumbled up look of the toolbars.

--Ioannus de Verani - Jun 23 2006