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KnuxT15

Christopher Trumbour Millis, United States of America
GTK2 Themes

Murrina-Peaceful

GTK2 Themes Mar 17 2007
Score 52%
52 Likes
48 Dislikes

CleanPeace

GTK2 Themes Oct 19 2006
Score 63%
63 Likes
37 Dislikes
Chrome Metacity *UPDATED*

Metacity Themes 10 comments

Score 58%
58 Likes
42 Dislikes
Sep 13 2008
One, Google Chrome on Windows XP uses soft blue colors (on Vista it uses Aero), so this is accurate, rather than a variation.
Two, what's with all the orange? It doesn't look all that soothing to the eyes. But since this is a free world, you can just take the Metacity theme and make an orange color mod if you so please. Or how about some OTHER colors like red or green? ;D - Sep 29 2008
Ilumi Kickers Collections

Kicker Panel 4 comments

Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Jul 16 2008
Why'd you put this up as something for GNOME when it is really something for KDE? - May 03 2008
Uplink GTK and Metacity Theme

GTK2 Themes 15 comments

Score 40%
40 Likes
60 Dislikes
Feb 15 2008
The reason everyone is voting this down and not saying why? The license isn't GPL. This here is neckbeard country, they don't like intellectual property or commercial anything, even if it IS available for Linux. They brew their own beer, grow their own vegetables, and milk their own cows, all in the name of free as in free speech. They don't give a hoot about free as in "I don't have to pay anything"; if this isn't true, then could someone explain Red Hat, Novell, Canonical, TrollTech, etc. to me? Because they make a living selling Linux or Linux-related things.

Honestly, I think it's pretty cool you were able to replicate the UI from Uplink. Much more original than yet another orange/brown theme. - Feb 15 2008
Tango Generator 3

Individual Icons/-sets 120 comments

Score 75%
75 Likes
25 Dislikes
Feb 15 2008
Oh no! :(

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "generator.py", line 281, in go_forward
self.__start_install()
File "generator.py", line 438, in __start_install
import processing
File "/home/techokami/unzipped/tango-generator/processing.py", line 677
if os.path.exists("/usr/share/applications/")
^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax

OS: Fedora 7
GNOME 2.18 - Dec 26 2007
Complete Vista Aero theme (automated)

Various Gnome Stuff 96 comments

Score 52%
52 Likes
48 Dislikes
Mar 15 2010
What is it with all these "Ubuntu only" things here? :(

There are users on this site that use other distros, you know. Please be considerate of all users. - Dec 24 2007
Lunacy

GTK2 Themes 9 comments

Score 56%
56 Likes
44 Dislikes
Dec 09 2007
This should help wean users onto Linux with a more comfortable appearance :) - Dec 06 2007
Windows Vista +vista aero Full pack

GDM Themes 21 comments

Score 62%
62 Likes
38 Dislikes
Jun 20 2008
Are you going to support other distros, or make it Ubuntu-only? - Nov 25 2007
Menubar mockup

Various Gnome Stuff 28 comments

Score 77%
77 Likes
23 Dislikes
Aug 26 2007
One thing you (and many others!) on this site seem to not realize when making your work: not everyone uses Ubuntu.

Try to make your work distro-neutral. As in, take into consideration the other major distros. Debian, Slackware, Mint, Fedora/RHEL, Mandriva, SuSE... that's just a sample.

So when you make suggestions/ideas for GNOME, don't use distro-specific stuff! - Aug 21 2007
MinimaLista

GTK2 Themes 23 comments

Score 66%
66 Likes
34 Dislikes
Aug 12 2007
1: I actually go by the name of Techokami. When I said "CMS" I meant "Content Management System", which refers to the software this place runs on.
2: Yes, that's essentially what I'm suggesting. - Aug 07 2007
Tried. Nothing.

Also, if you DO do it like that, then launch notification-created buttons use theme-panel (when means no skinning), but making it more generalized will skin the buttons in logoff/shutdown dialogues (a big no-no!)

Oh, and I wish I could change my username on this CMS. I don't go by "KnuxT15" anymore >_> - Aug 06 2007
Aha, got it!
Add this:
widget_class "*Panel*GtkToggleButton" style "theme-panelbuttons"

And for my next performance, I'll make these buttons use the Murrine engine instead of pixmap! :D - Aug 06 2007
Here it is:
widget_class "*PanelToplevel*Button" style "theme-panelbuttons"
widget_class "*PanelToplevel*" style "theme-panel"
Read it carefully. You set PanelToplevel*Button's style to theme-panelbuttons, but then in the next line you override THAT with something that covers all of PanelToplevel*'s styles to theme-panel. - Aug 06 2007
I'm having the same problem, yet I know I have pixmap installed because all other features in the theme that utilize the engine are working properly. - Aug 06 2007
Livious

Individual Icons/-sets 16 comments

by livio
Score 44%
44 Likes
56 Dislikes
Jul 17 2007
It would help, then, if you were to credit the people that made all the other icons. - Jul 03 2007
You just generated a theme with Tango-Generator 2, then packaged it and uploaded it.

People, he did no work. If you want this theme, use this: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Tango-Generator+2?content=55081 - Jul 02 2007
MurrinaAqualooks

GTK2 Themes 5 comments

Score 40%
40 Likes
60 Dislikes
Jun 14 2007
I know you can make it look really damn close with some experimentation. So what if checkboxes are a bit sharp? You can make the colors correct if you take some time to experiment with styles. - Jun 20 2007
For the vertical line: alter the xthickness and ythickness variables in theme-menu and theme-menu-item until the desired style is achieved.

For your reasons of using pixmap: Change the "roundness" variable in the engine variables. True OSX style needs full roundness (which I think is 9) - Jun 15 2007
It's a slow engine; you lose any speed benefit you'd get from Murrina or even Clearlooks (which is showing its age as of late).

Remove the pixmap engine and set Murrine to use full roundness. - Jun 14 2007
Slider

GTK2 Themes 2 comments

by bvc
Score 58%
58 Likes
42 Dislikes
May 13 2007
This is rather nice. Just goes to show you that you don't always have to use a fancy theme engine.

By the way, where did you get that wallpaper? - May 13 2007
Phin Murrina

GTK2 Themes 3 comments

Score 62%
62 Likes
38 Dislikes
Apr 11 2007
You can define a lot of things in the "engine 'murrine'" part of your .gtkrc

engine "murrine"
{
scrollbarstyle = 3 # Enable or disable circles, stripes, handles
menuitemstyle = 1 # 0 = flat, 1 = glassy, 2 = striped
listviewstyle = 1 # 0 = nothing, 1 = dotted
glazestyle = 1 # 0 = flat hilight, 1 = curved hilight, 2 = concave style, 3 = top curved hilight, 4 = beryl style
scrollbar_color = "#RRGGBB"
contrast = 1.0 # Lower values make for darker colors, higher values make for brighter colors
hilight_ratio = 1.0 # Lower values make for darker highlighting on glaze, higher values make for brighter highlighting on glaze
menubarstyle = 3 # 0 = flat, 1 = glassy, 2 = gradient, 3 = striped
menubaritemstyle = 1 # 0 = menuitem look, 1 = button look
listviewheaderstyle = 1 # 0 = flat, 1 = glassy, 2 = raised
roundness = 0 # 0 = squared, 1 = old default, more will increase roundness
animation = TRUE # FALSE = disabled, TRUE = enabled
} - Apr 05 2007
Tango-Generator 2

Individual Icons/-sets 219 comments

Score 76%
76 Likes
24 Dislikes
Dec 15 2007
Fedora Core 6.
Also, you missed xfsm-reboot and xfsm-shutdown, and the "Add Files" and "Extract Files" icons in File Roller. Otherwise, getting better! - Mar 25 2007
Okay, after finally getting the program to run without a hitch, everything is great! Except... well, you overlooked some commonly-overlooked icons. Don't fret, everyone does it, but at least you can be the first to break that trend =)
First is XFCE Session Manager - that's the logout menu in XFCE. The only three I know of are /actions/xfsm-logout (just make a symbolic link of system-log-out.png), /actions/xfsm-reboot (make a link of view-refresh) and /actions/xfsm-shutdown (make a link of system-shutdown). There may be more - can someone with Xubuntu list any others?
Next is the image resize icon. It's in a strange location: /16x16/stock/object/stock_position-size.png
Without this, right-clicking on an image in Nautilus will give you a big ugly placeholder in the menu... that should be about it. If you can cover those, you'll be my hero :) - Mar 24 2007
After taking a look at the sauce, I found the problem:
In installation.py at line 250, you used "FTango" instead of "Tango" =P
Always the silliest mistakes... - Mar 24 2007
No it isn't:
Exception in thread Thread-1:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/threading.py", line 442, in __bootstrap
self.run()
File "tango-generator.py", line 276, in run
self.install_others()
File "tango-generator.py", line 315, in install_others
installation.install(name,self.gui.wTree.get_widget("entry_name").get_text().lower().replace(" ", "-"))
File "/home/techokami/unzipped/Tango-Generator-2/installation.py", line 250, in install
shutil.copytree(os.path.expanduser("~/.tango-generator/bash_tmp/gimp/FTango"), os.path.expanduser("~/.gimp-2.2/themes/Tango"))
File "/usr/lib/python2.4/shutil.py", line 110, in copytree
names = os.listdir(src)
OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/home/techokami/.tango-generator/bash_tmp/gimp/FTango' - Mar 24 2007
Triple post because of a fatal lack of an edit function.

I'm using 0.1.2, and now the segment I had hanging with earlier appears sooner. I am stuck at "Unpacking & Installing Gimp" once again. Is it because I'm running it as an unprivileged user? - Mar 23 2007
Argh, no edit feature >_<
I'm using 0.1.1, and as I posted this you JUST uploaded 0.1.2. Also, I'm on Fedora 6, if that has any relevence. - Mar 23 2007
I seem to be hung at "Unpacking and installing Gimp", the last item to be done. I'm not getting an error message, but it has been like this for an unusual amount of time. Is it hung? =/ - Mar 23 2007
NesedahGTK

GTK2 Themes 3 comments

Score 59%
59 Likes
41 Dislikes
Mar 22 2007
Okay, now the slashes vanished. O_o - Mar 22 2007
The triple-forward-slashes give you away - you're on a proxy. Why bother? :P

Anyways, good theme. - Mar 22 2007
Free icons

Individual Icons/-sets 1 comment

Score 33%
33 Likes
67 Dislikes
Mar 19 2007
Okay, so you're advertizing a website with lots of icons. Uh-huh. Too bad that site doesn't link to anything OUTSIDE of itself (all of its links on the Links section go to another part of the site that requires money)

Adding to the fact that your username is the same name as this site, you're either a bot or a very sleazy user. - Mar 20 2007
HumanMurrina

Metacity Themes 5 comments

by mxt
Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
Mar 12 2007
This is a great theme, EXCEPT:
-Maximized looks rather bad. There's this gray bar above the window title that eats space - it's like I LOSE space when I maximize my window.
-You need a square version, for people who aren't big fans of round themes.

Fix those and it'll be better :) - Mar 04 2007
gpanel

Various Gnome Stuff 9 comments

Score 72%
72 Likes
28 Dislikes
Mar 11 2007
Is this distro-neutral? As in, I can have the logo for GNOME in place of your desired distro on the image? Or is it Ubuntu only? - Mar 04 2007
Windoze Professional

GDM Themes 16 comments

Score 45%
45 Likes
55 Dislikes
Mar 01 2007
Meant to say "from Windows XP to Linux" in that comment. Edit comment feature, please! - Mar 02 2007
You managed to capture the look of XP's login screen perfectly. Don't listen to the zealots - sure, people want "originality" and such, but something like this will help wean people off of Windows to XP gently. People want familiarity with their computer - and it's not just the arrangement or function of widgets. In the mind of John Q. Public, it's all vanity. - Mar 01 2007
Rezlooks-Royale

GTK2 Themes 4 comments

Score 57%
57 Likes
43 Dislikes
Dec 03 2006
So how can I get it if I use, say, Fedora Core 6? - Dec 04 2006
GNOME for Workgroups (Win 3.1 theme)

Metacity Themes 16 comments

Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Feb 08 2009
Heh, I was going to make something like this for my first Metacity theme... looks like I was beaten to it, though. =P Good job!

Now, I'm going to give you a mittle modification I made. I didn't quite like the double arrows for the close button (it looks... wierd), so I made my own.
First, get this image and save it as close.png in the theme's folder (/home/username/.themes/Win3.x/metacity-1/):
http://img518.imageshack.us/img518/4690/closesc8.png
Then, in this theme's metacity-theme-1.xml file, comment out lines 199 to 202, then paste in:
< draw_ops name="close_icon" >
< image filename="close.png" x="0" y="0" width="width" height="height" / >
< / draw_ops >
Remove the spaces between angle brackets and slashes (GNOME-Look's commenting system doesn't like XML it seems)
Save, and reload. You should now have an X glyph in place of two arrows!

I know, I know, I could have used drawing methods available in Metacity, but I dunno how to use those yet. :P - Nov 17 2006
CleanPeace

GTK2 Themes 5 comments

Score 63%
63 Likes
37 Dislikes
Oct 19 2006
Ooh, thank you =) - Oct 20 2006
Oh CRAP D:
*fix*

Okay try again... sorries, I've never used Gnome-Look's submission system before. - Oct 19 2006
Swoosh! (formerly Forwardlooks)

GTK2 Themes 15 comments

Score 62%
62 Likes
38 Dislikes
Oct 25 2006
...this should be an edit of the above comment. Why is there no edit function, GNOME-Look admins? :(

Anyways, the Metacity corner problem only seems to happen with gFTP. - Sep 24 2006
FYI, I do _NOT_ use Ubuntu, I use Fedora Core 5. I will not change my distro because of one theme or theme engine.

Alrighty, I finally got this hack working... and it's pretty good. Too bad the creator had to make it seem to be uni-distro only... SHAME.

The only problem I see with the theme right now is with the Metacity. for some reason the corners on the top are still rounded when the window is maximized, when it should be squared, so it looks cut-off. Other than that, great job. - Sep 24 2006
This is *NOT* ClearLooks, like the author said. Instead, it's that Ubuntu-only ClearLooks fork that, for reasons that seem to only be for promoting the Ubuntu distro, is called "UbuntuLooks", and hence is not for people who use other distros, like Fedora Core.

The Metacity is good, the GTK looks good, but you are preventing non-Ubuntu users from using this theme. I truly hope you'll do something to make this more available to everyone... =( - Sep 24 2006
Murrine GTK+ Cairo Engine

GTK2 Themes 370 comments

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Sep 22 2010
Check the makefile for where things got installed to, then remove them via however you normally remove files. You can also just... not use that engine, unless this is actually affecting everything regardless of what engine you're using. - Aug 09 2006
MurrinaElegant

GTK2 Themes 13 comments

by kism
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Aug 16 2006
*blush* wow, didn't know this existed :o
Sorry about that, then - Aug 09 2006
This looks quite nice, but for some reason it's not working on my Fedora Core box. Are you using that Clearlooks fork? - Aug 08 2006
blah blah blah blah

Various Gnome Stuff 6 comments

Score 30%
30 Likes
70 Dislikes
May 10 2006
For one thing, I do not want to be harassed for liking another OS' graphical look.

For another thing, flamewars are bad. Very bad. Could an admin nuke this thing please? - May 12 2006
Twinkles

System Sounds 36 comments

Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Aug 14 2006
No, .tar.gz sucks in terms of compression (only sotres things), if you want COMPRESSION use 7z - Apr 19 2006
Ubuntulooks Pack

GTK2 Themes 22 comments

Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
Apr 06 2006
So will this break all of the clearlooks-cairo themes I have? Because I tried using the Ubuntulooks themes, and all they do is give me a standard GTK engine that lags horribly.

Is there any specific reason that the enhancements in this "ubuntulooks" haven't been contributed to the clearlooks-cairo code, rathen than forking? - Apr 08 2006
I don't use Ubuntu, I prefer Fedora Core 5 *gasp and awe and shock!* So I don't have this "ubuntulooks". I do have soomething similar called "clearlooks with cairo", and I was wondering if these themes are all compatable with my clearlooks with cairo, or if you guys are just not letting the non-Ubuntu users use nice themes. Proper thanks to be given when answered! ;) - Apr 07 2006
Luna Royale

Metacity Themes 12 comments

Score 58%
58 Likes
42 Dislikes
Jan 13 2006
I must say, this is a very nice theme port. Good job! =]

Maybe I should port Reluna, or better yet Recurve... ^.^ - Jan 13 2006
The real answer is this: That is not a theme by Microsoft, it is a custom theme hack made by someone else that looks like Luna but is not.
Why not go bother the guy that ported the Opus3 themes to Metacity? Those were Microsoft Visual Style themes that weren't made by Microsoft.

You (the theme maker) should definatley reconsider the name. I believe this is called "Luna Royale". - Jan 12 2006