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Ola Norbo Oslo, Norway

Icon Sub-Sets 2 comments

Score 50.0%
Oct 21 2008
Hi, very good work! I think the white is best for usability. Thanks :) - Oct 20 2008

GTK2 Themes 131 comments

by sen7
Score 53.3%
Nov 11 2008
Really nice theme, love the pixmaps colors.. Just two thing which annoys me.. I think the dropdownmenu color looks a bit out of place. It's to "glossy" compared to the rest of the theme. Also widgets (look at is a bit unreadable.

- Sep 21 2008

GTK2 Themes 13 comments

Score 50.0%
Sep 15 2008
Hi, very good theme. There's something which I think can be improved though:

1: Applications menu text becomes grey (mostly unreadable) when you click on it.

2: Windows on the panel becomes white when you hover the mouse over, it doesn't go very well with the stylish blue/grey color.

3: The button to view the history from the adress bar in Firefox is black/grey while everything else is white. Also including the history.

4: If you click on the clock/date applet on the panel the week and day text can be quite unreadable.

That's everything I've found :) - Sep 18 2008

Full Icon Themes 176 comments

by sora
Score 76.5%
Oct 25 2009
Hi, very good work, I like it a lot. However, could the Finder icon for the menu be optional? I would prefer an Ubuntu or a tuned up gnome foot. Also the wired icon is black (on black).

Thanks for sharing! :) - Sep 04 2008

GTK2 Themes 45 comments

Score 53.3%
Sep 02 2008
Excellent work! What's the icon theme you are using? - Aug 29 2008
Glow Ibex

GTK2 Themes 33 comments

Score 58.0%
Aug 19 2008
Probably the best colors I've seen yet for Ibex, which is a theme. I think the look of Sonata is very good, as well as Nautilus in details view, however Nautilus in icon view looks like cheap paper. This can be fixed my using a custom background from Edit>Backgrounds and emblems. But I do feel the same with other apps like Rhythmbox for instance. It's just too much which get in the way.

It might be I'm asking of too much. I'm not sure how much you can do with GTK..

Looking forward to your updates :) - Aug 20 2008

GTK2 Themes 20 comments

Score 50.0%
Aug 04 2008
It's just a name. It doesn't say anywhere that it depends on Ubuntu. Actually it says it depands on Gnome. - Jul 31 2008
Chocolate V1.0

GTK2 Themes 46 comments

Score 58.0%
May 04 2008
Just want to clarify that it's the below panel which should use background i16 and height 33. Top is 19 and i15 (I think it was the other way around in the readme).

But now an issue I have.. Panel applets has a much more light brown background than the panels background.. I'm also not getting those beautiful colours which is shown in your screenshot in the window menu..

I just installed pixmap and logged out-in, but the theme hasn't changed.

Otherwise, greeat work! - May 05 2008

Conky 37 comments

by Whise
Score 50.0%
Apr 21 2008
Arch i686, Gnome. Installed with "sudo python install". - Apr 03 2008
Can't get Ggadgets to work though.. Output:

It looks like you are running gnome
Starter already exists.
Launch AnalogClock
Launching Screenlet from: /home/kasper/.screenlets/AnalogClock/
Logging output goes to: $HOME/.config/Screenlets/AnalogClockScreenlet.log
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/kasper/.screenlets/AnalogClock/", line 61, in <module>
os.system (workarround)
NameError: name 'workarround' is not defined
Launch GSystemMonitor
Launching Screenlet from: /home/kasper/.screenlets/GSystemMonitor/
Logging output goes to: $HOME/.config/Screenlets/GSystemMonitorScreenlet.log
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/home/kasper/.screenlets/GSystemMonitor/", line 61, in <module>
os.system (workarround)
NameError: name 'workarround' is not defined
- Apr 03 2008
Wow, that's quite a nice changelog! Looking forward to test it:) - Apr 03 2008

GTK2 Themes 69 comments

by uel
Score 58.0%
May 24 2008
No offense, bu I preferred your older theme, when it only had the creamy brown/white color. Can you upload this too (0.9 I think it is)? Or maybe make two separate themes, because the updated creamy is very different from the previous? - Mar 24 2008
Hi, I'm not using Debian/Ubuntu, and wonder what the engines except for pixbuf/map is needed? - Mar 15 2008
Oh, how did I miss that, lol.

I see you dropped the black background for
menus, could you put that back for the black panel (white version should have white menus, black should have black)?

I also have some problems with Tomboy notes and music applet. They both have a white background on the panel. The other applets work fine though.

Here's screenshot: - Dec 16 2007
It seems like I can't download it.. Why is it not on gnome-look anymore? - Dec 16 2007
Hi, I love your theme, it's fantastic. Been using it since the first release:)

However, I prefer Creamy with blackpanel (more easy on the eyes), but it looks like you have removed it..? Please upload it again! Thanks - Dec 16 2007
Gaia Nova

GTK2 Themes 28 comments

Score 58.0%
Mar 17 2008
Hi, really beautiful theme. I like the panel:)

But, I think the widgets need some improvements. It's "difficult" to see them, while on such a white background.

Thanks! - Mar 17 2008

GTK2 Themes 101 comments

Score 53.3%
Apr 10 2008
First you'll have to extract the package. Next open it, click on "gtk" and copy the desired theme (folder) to .themes in your home directory (ctrl+h to show hidden files). If you want to use the emerald theme as well, drag it do .emerald in your home folder. Icons, cursor and such is described in the readme file. Hope that helps:) - Sep 12 2007
Cool, it works now. Thanks:D - Aug 06 2007
Thank you, the text is working now. Probably me being dumb, but I can't figure out the opacity settings.. Currently I add a new one just called "gnome-panel", with opacity 70, as you told me. I restarted X, but nothing changed. Is it supposed to have another name than gnome-panel? - Aug 06 2007
I just wonder, how do you get the mac-menu-bar to be transparent? Also, the label doesn't seem to be at correct line as rest of the text on the menu-bar. How can I fix that? And is the GNOME one (the one you get when only viewing desktop) just for show?

Thanks for a good theme! - Aug 06 2007