HD OS Prerelease Theme Pack

Beryl/Emerald Themes

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Description:

The Probable Theme Of the upcoming HD OS 1.0
Last changelog:

10 years ago

Login Screen Added

Login Screen Enhanced

Download Link Changed

Login Screen added

New Desktop Background

Oversword

10 years ago

The link is slightly broken
you missed the : in the http://
the link is useable if you delete the extra http// once followed
to avoid further confusion it should be fixed soonish

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hunterhdolan

10 years ago

Thanks the link should work now

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UbuntuLee

10 years ago

Remove that ugly shadow under the top panel

Compiz manager > window and border plugin > shadows. Add & != panel


boom

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Fri13

10 years ago

This is nice theme for GNOME.

But why new Distribution and using a Ubuntu on it?

Linux OS already has enough distributions for normal usage, unless you have somekind nice default tricks for typical user?

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hunterhdolan

10 years ago

I won't tell you all the specs but I am setting it up so it would appeal more to windows users. The More people on linux the less on windows.

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hunterhdolan

10 years ago

Also I will use a different desktop background. I messed up and put the wrong one on check it out in the Desktop folder.

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hunterhdolan

10 years ago

I will work on that on my 2.0 release

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Gnomeingo

10 years ago

but the buttoms looks like Vista/7. Please a little bit mor fantasy. For say the truth: I find them ugly.

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10 years ago

Login Screen Added

Login Screen Enhanced

Download Link Changed

Login Screen added

New Desktop Background

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updated Jun 25 2009
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