Blackend

GTK2 Themes

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gtk-2.0 and xfwm4 theme, designed for xfce 4.4, usable in firefox and OO.org

comes in eight color versions - you can see the screenshots of all of them here:
http://seitaisei.deviantart.com/gallery/

fuscia

12 years ago

i love the variations and the additional icons. great work!

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Aliarse

12 years ago

Is there any way to adjust the size of the gnome-panel?

Its way too big for my liking, and im un-able to go any lower then 25 via the prefrences option.

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matthewn

12 years ago

This is some really beautiful work, but horizontal scrollbars in firefox aren't right.

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kenflipkick

12 years ago

Anyone have an emerald or compiz theme for this, or that goes well with this?

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donconso

12 years ago

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/doch+kn%C3%B6pfe?content=55004

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jdzitro

12 years ago

sweeet theme!

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freakcode

12 years ago

The black is very good, ice and orange ones are fine. I didn't liked the others.

Can I use your black theme as base for creating other themes?

Cya

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Rochester

12 years ago

This is by far the best dark theme I have seen. Most others insist on making even the text fields dark, which usually makes them either horrible looking or not practical to use. Other dark GTK theme developers need to look at this one as an example. This is a dark theme done right.

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Rochester

12 years ago

Can you do something like Blackened Striped Yellow, but without the stripes?

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seitaisei

12 years ago

Replace /usr/share/themes/Orange-BlackendS-Yellow!/gtk-2.0 /menubar.png with an image without the stripes (take it from another theme from the set for instance) and use matching xfwm4 theme like generic Blackend / Blackend-Black, depending on the color.
That should mostly do the trick.

I may add something like that sometime too.

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fredolerouge

12 years ago

it look great, but how to install (archive in zip format)?

I'm newbie, so please help me

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jdzitro

12 years ago

They can open with Archive Manager. Open your home folder (/home/[username]) and press Ctrl + H to show hidden folders. Drag and drop the folder from Archive Manager into the ".themes" folder. Then just choose your new look in System > Preferences > Theme. May have to click option Theme Details to get to it.

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amr2205

12 years ago

It's looks good in black. XFCE can look good with this!

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Contour

12 years ago

Looks cool.
Btw, what's the 3rd (cloudy) wallpaper?

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seitaisei

12 years ago

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/632121/

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Contour

12 years ago

Thank you!

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