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Ryan Lester , United States of America
GTK2 Themes
Icon Sub-Sets
Usplash Themes

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 155 comments

by bk12
Score 84.6%
May 15 2013
Awesome, thank you so much! Actually though, in the time between my question and your response, I actually got used to the default top-right configuration (as opposed to my bottom-right with Ayatana in KDE 4.3); heh, go figure :P. - Feb 12 2010
Thanks a lot for this! The KCM doesn't appear in System Settings for me though :(. I'm running Kubuntu 9.10 amd64. Which text file should I edit to configure Colibri manually? Thanks. - Feb 10 2010

GTK2 Themes 224 comments

Score 77.8%
Apr 08 2008
Cool, thanks. I actually just changed all the values to 0 (the Mac4Lin GTK theme, which I took a lot of images from and altered, including tabs, had it like that), and it's not exactly what I was going for, but I guess it's still pretty slick:

btw I'll be making a page for this theme, a USplash or Splashy theme I'll be making, and a GDM theme I'll be making soon. - May 02 2008
Hi. I'm in the process of modifying the theme to my tastes. Here's what it looks like so far:

Anyways, I was just wondering if you would be able to help me do something. I'm not familiar with editing gtkrc files, and even after replacing the images in the tab folder, I can't get the tabs to be rounded, so do you think you'd be able to help me? Here's the current version of the theme: - Apr 27 2008
Cool, thanks! - Apr 26 2008
Wow! This is a really cool theme. I just have one request: do you think you'd be able to make another version that replaced the blue parts with red? I'm planning on setting up a cool dark+red theme that uses my logo ( as the USplash or Splasy theme and wallpaper with cool dark+red GTK and Metacity themes, and your theme seems like if it used red, it would go perfectly with my idea. - Apr 26 2008

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements 305 comments

Score 72.5%
Oct 22 2010
Hi. The instructions are a little vague, so I'm kind of confused (never been able to get this to work). Which KDE style do I change in SystemSettings? How exactly do I get this working? Thank you (and it would be much appreciated if you would edit the description to help others as well). - Mar 23 2008

Bootsplash Various 3 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 17 2007
Since it has that cool circular animation, which I don't believe usplash supports - please correct me if I'm wrong, I think it would be better for splashy. It would be great if you could make it into a splashy theme and contribute to the Mac4Lin project! - Oct 15 2007
OsX_MoD mod

Icon Sub-Sets 9 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 28 2007
It should be in the Notification Area applet that is in the top panel by default (in Feisty)... If you're using Edgy, try downloading this or this if you're using a different distro. If you're using wifi, make sure the Notification Area applet is enabled and try restarting the computer and seeing if it's there. - Jun 28 2007
You're welcome. Glad you like it (although I really didn't make the theme; all I did was change the Apple main menu logo to a cooler one and add an iTunes logo for Rhythmbox). - Jun 28 2007
I'm hosting there for now. Sorry about your problem before. I was hosting on Google Pages because I read somewhere that it had unlimited bandwidth and that the bandwidth exceeded notification appeared whenever one ip address was accessing the site too much (whoever said that was obviously mistaken...). - Jun 28 2007
Yeah I know. Someone told me about that before, so I contacted PayPal to have the Virtual Debit Card number deleted. It's fine. Thanks though. - Jun 26 2007
Gangsta OS X usplash

Usplash Themes 9 comments

Score 50.0%
Jun 28 2007
wow lol first time ive ever seen the two posts in a double post separated by 20 minutes... - Jun 26 2007
Oh and also, to change the login screen (in Ubuntu) go to System>Administration>Login Window - Jun 26 2007
Oh okay thanks (for the command). I didn't make it, but here is a login screen that imitates the OS X one very well:

It's from this guide, which I think is the best one to use to make your GNOME look exactly like OS X:

Also, I recommend using this icon theme: - Jun 26 2007
Sorry. I forgot to say that you need to
sudo apt-get install build-essential libbogl-dev
first (I think that's the right command). - Jun 26 2007

Metacity Themes 5 comments

by paol
Score 50.0%
Sep 19 2004
Unified Aqua

GTK2 Themes 5 comments

Score 50.0%
Dec 15 2006
Nice. Any plans to get the button on the right of window titlebars that collapses the window in OS X in the theme as well? Is that possible without using a compositing window manager? - Jun 26 2007

Icon Sub-Sets 54 comments

Score 50.0%
Dec 28 2007
Hi. Is it okay with you if I submitted this slightly modified version of your theme?
If not, I will take it down as soon as I can. Thank you for the great theme! - Jun 26 2007
Actually, all you had to do was click Install Theme and navigate to the file... (Installs on top of any existing theme). - Jun 19 2007
Following the new apple HIG

GTK2 Themes 4 comments

by malwk
Score 50.0%
May 17 2007
I'd say mine is the best... - Jun 25 2007
Ubuntu OS X

Gnome Screenshots 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Jul 01 2006
if you want to see a REAL "Ubuntu OS X" theme, go to
Thatz how we do in my hood! I mean, if you go around wit a wack theme lik dat, u prolly get shot or sumtin. (not rly) - Jun 25 2007
OSX-Tiger theme

GTK2 Themes 81 comments

by Lauri
Score 63.3%
Apr 18 2007
I'm not sure why but I've been trying to find and install a Mac theme on Ubuntu 7.04 (laptop; HP Pavillion dv6119us), and whenever I install a Mac theme, it just uses the Clearlooks window border. Any advice? By the way, I couldn't get the NVIDIA drivers working if that matters. - Jun 06 2007

Various KDE 1.-4. Improvements
by bk12

Score 84.6%
Feb 10 2010