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rodolfo ferreira Cuiaba, Brazil

GTK2 Themes by amitg 11 comments

Hi there! First of all, let me congrat you for your work. It has a very good look. I like the gray background and it seems to be a little-dark theme. The 'little' word fits here because of the WHITE. I think that for a non-light theme, this one shouldn't have come with it. Other thing I was wondering is about the selection color. Maybe orange could be more attrative to the eyes but there are others who would prefer blue instead. Personally I like blue for the selector and orange for the 'task in progress' bar. The window title is white, this is where(and the only place) white would perfectly fit. If this is a dark theme, then it's window title should be white. ok. But is it really necessary to be in bold? If you want the end user to know which window is being used, then he shouldn't look for it's window title, it's the window decoration that should let him know. My suggestion for the background: instead of using white, try concrete.

This theme has everything to be the one of GL.O's greatest themes. That's why I voted good.
Keep up the good work!

Merry xmas everybody! - Dec 25 2008
GnoMenu - consolidated menu for gnome

Various Gnome Stuff by Whise 146 comments

It has a great look, plus I liked the way it is, bigger than the panel size. I don't know how to make that icon to look that way though. I just want it to look exactly the way its on the first screenshot, is it possible on Ubuntu 8.10?

Any help will be appreciated!
Keep up the good work!
Thanks! - Dec 22 2008
Ubuntu Usplash Smooth

Usplash Themes by volanin 48 comments

Great idea dude, keep up the good job!
Besides, as we all know the system will make up a file check before starting up the system, the Usplash should handle it; that's why I'm going to wait for the 0.4 to be out and then I'll go get it right away!
By the way, aren't you thinking about to work on GNOME's splash screen as well...?

thanks! - Nov 19 2008

Wallpaper Other by Lemonade 3 comments

Well, I don't know exactly what the word 'fairy' means, is it some kind of flower? The image is just great because of (1) the color and (2) the high level of details and it's...hum...tales in the middle makes this picture looks like something spectacular. Congratulations! BTW what tool did you use to make it? - Nov 09 2008
Circle Starts

Icon Sub-Sets by Cisoun 53 comments

this will sound a ridiculous question, but I wasn't successfull installing this manually. Anyway, I just want to know how I do install the icons to the .icons folder using the terminal commands? Once I tried to extract the ubuntu icon to that folder, nautilus tells me I don't have the permission to do

BTW, excellent icons! keep up the good work! - Nov 03 2008

GTK2 Themes by TheRob 524 comments

To be honest, this one provides a good feeling...very very close to the vista one..anyway. In the end, I decided to give it a chance...

The gnome-panel looks REALLY amazing. Unfortunately, the buttons are well positioned when gnome-panel is set to the bottom.

The menu is spectacular. I liked the 'glass' effect.

The window layout comes out of the box because it's weird. Why not leave it just as grey?

The window title's background deserves more attention. I mean, if window is in use, it will be gray and title font is white. If another window is in use, this one's background color will be set to white and font to black. very confusing (and hard) to get used to it.

And one more thing, this one gets me upset: submenu options background are all set to BLACK! If you don't get it, try opening a combo box and check what you've done.

Anyway, it's a very interesting project! Keep up the good job!

My final score: 7.4/10 - Feb 19 2008
Tango Generator 3

Icon Sub-Sets by mejogid 120 comments

Hi, I want my desktop to be exactly like the 'Darkness' you have on your website.

I'm using Ubuntu 7.10 32-bit

After downloaded and installed the deb package for tango generator, I also got the configuration files. The problem is..what do I do next? I mean, after downloaded the config files I extracted darkness.tgc to my desktop, execute it, wait Tango Generator to generate the files and then nothing happens.

After the step mentioned above is finished, TG says 'you have successfully generated and installed your custom theme'. Where is the generated script/XML file located? I took a look at 'theme' tab on desktop properties, but there is nothing available there.

Is there anything missing? What should I do? - Feb 18 2008
Infinity Grey GDM Theme

GDM Themes by brummie 5 comments

good job but humm...what's wrong with the time? It shows 23:59 "PM"?! If it was 11:59PM it would be fine. We all know there is no 23h59 AM, right?

Anyway, good work. - Feb 18 2008

GTK2 Themes by twrock 34 comments

Robert, where did you get that gnome-panel? - Feb 18 2008