Mc-OS CTLina XFCE

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/paullinuxthemer/Mc-OS-themes

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Mc-OS CTLina XFCE


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Made by Paulxfce

This is the latest iteration of the XFCE-cation of Mc-OS CTLina. (the gnome-version), a desktop-interpretation of a certain Cupertino-based OS for XFCE

It is developed and made for XFCE 4.14.

For optimal setting, please follow the following guidelines:

1. Download and extract the file to a ".themes"-folder in your Home-file, or (with administrative rights) extract it to the usr/share/themes -folder.
2. Select the theme in the Appearance-application.
3. Select the theme in the Window-manager.
4. In Window Manager Tweaks/compositor activate the following:
- Enable display compositing
- Show windows preview in place of icons when cycling
- Show shadows under popup windows
- Show shadows under regular windows
5. Disable show shadows under docked windows
6. Set Opacity of popup windows a bit more transparent (this makes the background of the menu's transparent).
7. In the Qt5 Settings configuration application/Appearance, set the style to gtk2
8. In the Qt5 Settings configuration application/Fonts select a font that is the same as the one you use.
9. In the Qt5 Settings configuration application/Icons select the same icon-theme as the one you use.
10. In the Qt5 Settings configuration application/Interface, deactivate 'Dialog buttons have icons'
11. In the Window Manager move the title-buttons to the left.

Next, I prefer 'Roboto Regular' as my main font (just google it)

Important: This theme only works with a compositor enabled !
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kujaw

1 month ago

10 10 the best

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demiray

2 months ago

Hi Paul
When using firefox you must have a frame or shadow around the right-click menu on the Mc-OS CTLina XFCE theme

https://i.ibb.co/VL7sHPs/Ekran-g-r-nt-s-2019-12-26-13-39-38.png

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chaichunyang

2 months ago

Report a bug, After I switch to this theme in the Window-manager, i can't resize the window size with mouse on border drag anymore.

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paulxfce

2 months ago

true, unfortunately the XFCE-windowmanager needs rather thick borders to produce a resize area large enough to make the resize-grip to appear. this conflicts with the clean minimal border of MC-OS.

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chaichunyang

2 months ago

I can still resize the window in the upper right corner. Thank you for making such a great theme

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chaichunyang

2 months ago

10 10 the best

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dobriii

4 months ago

10 10 the best

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diglam

4 months ago

10 10 the best

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Techman35

5 months ago

7 7 good

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Techman35

5 months ago

The style is looks good, but instead of use 2 taskbar, remove the top taskbar plugin and replace it with the xfce4-topmenu-plugin or xfce4-windowck-plugin, it will make more sense and will look better

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