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Thibaut  Paris, France

Concrete.Icons

Icon Themes May 21 2009
Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes

Abstract2

GTK2 Themes May 09 2009
Score 62%
62 Likes
38 Dislikes

Minimum Suite

GTK2 Themes Jan 15 2009
Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes

Orbit47 1812,08

GTK2 Themes Dec 18 2008
Score 58%
58 Likes
42 Dislikes

Abstract.Pack

Pek-WM Themes Jul 04 2008
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes

Abstract.Pack

GTK2 Themes Jul 04 2008
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes

NanoTeK.v3 Suite

KDE 3.5 Themes Jun 14 2008
Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes

NanoTeK.v3

KDE 3.5 Themes Apr 01 2008
Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes

NanoTeKv2

KDE 3.5 Themes Jan 30 2008
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes

NanoTeK - KBFX

Kbfx Startmenu Nov 06 2007
Score 51%
51 Likes
49 Dislikes

NanoTeK - Domino

KDE 3.5 Themes Nov 04 2007
Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes

Revelation - Kbfx

Kbfx Startmenu Jun 27 2007
Score 70%
70 Likes
30 Dislikes

Murrina-BluePerl

GTK2 Themes Mar 11 2007
Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Generic Animations (BeGeneric ;-)

KDE 1.-4. Improvements 117 comments

Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Jan 30 2012
Damn, I'm really sorry for your time ...

It compiled flawlessly indeed when I got into the right directory :)
What tricked me here, is that there wasn't the usual be prefix in the filename :D - Dec 01 2011
Not sure what's wrong but it's not compiling. I put the output there http://pastebin.com/HTfQJWD5

The previous version was compiling fine as far as I remember :) - Nov 30 2011
Concrete.Icons '2

Individual Icons/-sets 5 comments

Score 64%
64 Likes
36 Dislikes
Jun 24 2010
Thanks for your support! ;) I hope I'll have the time too :) - Jun 24 2010
I put a preview at the same time I posted, but for some reasons it takes around 2 hours to appear. Informations related to download, score and post time do not get updated either. You should be able to view it now :) - Jun 24 2010
Concrete.Icons '1

Individual Icons/-sets 4 comments

Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Jun 13 2010
I think I got what you mean. I'll probably take a working KDE icon theme, and start replacing some of the icons, by my own, I shouldn't have much trouble this way :) - Jun 14 2010
I'm very glad you like them :) I tried to keep them sharp down to 32px. That's one of the guidelines :) Can you give me an example of a filetype with more than one extension ?

Thanks for your comment ! - Jun 13 2010
Abstract2

GTK2 Themes 15 comments

Score 62%
62 Likes
38 Dislikes
May 09 2009
Thank you for your support ! It's much appreciated ;) - Dec 12 2009
Hello,

If you're talking about the icon theme, I just have no time at the moment to work on it I'm afraid :( Plus, I might have completely lost all those icons ... I'm sincerely sorry :(

Best regards,
- Dec 12 2009
Thanks ! In fact you just need to extract the second Abstract2 folder (the one which contains gtk-2.0 and metacity folders) to your ~/.themes . If you don't want to mess with invisible folders, you can also, unpack that Abstract2 folder (still the same one) and tar.gz it with file-roller. Then all you have to do is drag'n drop it to the theme window (I assume that's what you're used to do).

Best regards - Sep 09 2009
Thanks for the report, I'll try to fix this, though I don't have at the moment any clue about how to solve this. About the panel, it was a deliberate choice. I could else use the toolbar button, else the taskbar ones. But the taskbar ones were behaving strange with the menu applet. You can have a look at the preview there http://thibaut28.deviantart.com/art/Abstract2-Preview-121415148 (first one), to see how it was before. I definitly prefered the older look.

Thanks again ! ;) - May 15 2009
Merci ;) I try to :) - May 10 2009
Yeah, sure. The font is HeldustryFTVDemi. You can find it here http://www.dailyfreefonts.com/fonts/info/989-Heldustry.html ;) - May 10 2009
I'm sorry but these icons are not available yet. I'm working on them at the moment ;) - May 09 2009
NanoTeK.v3 Suite

KDE 3.5 Themes 23 comments

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Jun 14 2008
It should work, if you set the paths manually. Just extract the dekorator archive somewhere, and in the dekorator configuration panel set the paths for deco, mask (check use masks) and buttons ;) - Aug 30 2009
Azenis

GnoMenu Skins 29 comments

Score 65%
65 Likes
35 Dislikes
Nov 08 2009
Nice port ;) I think you should change the text field (right part), other than that, good work :) ! - Jul 10 2009
Abstract.DarkGlow Pack

GTK2 Themes 26 comments

Score 66%
66 Likes
34 Dislikes
Jun 09 2009
:D Thank you for your comment - Jun 14 2009
:D

Tu es le deuxième français ( et aussi la deuxième personne ) à ne pas aimer la couleur ( cf http://thibaut28.deviantart.com/art/Abstract-DarkGlow-v2-94956868 ). J'essaye actuellement de le recoloriser ( cf version grise http://img142.imageshack.us/img142/5190/preview2.png ). J'en ai aussi fait une version bleu pale. Il faudrait une version claire et une version plus sombre :) - Jun 11 2009
Thanks for the kind words, and also for faving it ;) - Jun 11 2009
Thanks a lot again, that's where I'm heading ;) - Jun 11 2009
Well I spent quite a long time polishing it, especially the comboboxes, the panelbuttons, checkboxes and the contrasts. This is by far my most complete theme, and the cleanest one (no errors output in twf). Thanks for your support ;) - Jun 10 2009
I'm really pleased you like this theme. The color scheme is rather special, and it's not like everybody appreciate it ;) I'm thinking about doing an alternate version. - Jun 10 2009
Thanks, I'm really glad you like it and added it to your fav :) - Jun 09 2009
Thanks ;) Any suggestions ? - Jun 09 2009
Concrete.Icons

Icon Themes 14 comments

Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
May 21 2009
I though you were talking about the icon theme, but you're talking about the GTK which is in the preview, am I right ?

Best regards, - Jun 11 2009
Well I'm glad you appreciate it :) I'm just not sure about which theme you're talking about...

Best regards, - Jun 10 2009
Thanks :D I've nearly finished working on the mimes, reworked the folder icons, did half of the actions, and started emblems and status. You can have a look at the actual work over there http://img26.imageshack.us/img26/6518/capture1gco.png ;)
- May 26 2009
Thanks, working on it ;) ! - May 14 2009
Thanks a lot for your support ;) ! - May 13 2009
Thanks a lot! I really appreciate ;) - May 12 2009
Azenis

GTK2 Themes 228 comments

Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Sep 23 2010
You know I'm sure you can make a GTK skin much more closer to the original then the QT one. If you need a view of the different widgets, you can have a look over there http://yingjunjiu.deviantart.com/art/Azenis-2-WB-43673889 ;) Good luck for the port :) - Jun 09 2009
Abstraction

Wallpaper Other 6 comments

by Mex
Score 64%
64 Likes
36 Dislikes
May 14 2009
The whole pack is available there http://uribaani.deviantart.com/art/Abstract-Vector-Walls-WP-Pack-61939400 - Jun 03 2009
Polar Theme

GTK2 Themes 38 comments

Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes
Jun 05 2009
This is shaping better and better ;) One last suggestion, and one of my guidelines when I draw some gtk themes (at least in my recent ones) : If you want to give the components a sharper look, there is a simple rule to follow. I see you use a black outline for your buttons for example. If you were using both a black outline and a whiter outline (see http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Abstract.DarkGlow+Pack?content=88060 for example. Look mostly for tabs, notebook and buttons) I think the overall theme would look a bit cleaner ;)

Thanks again for listening to me :)

Best regards,

Thibaut - Jun 02 2009
I'm really glad I could be of help ;) By notebook I was meaning that large frame which comes right under the tabs, because the file corresponding is often named so. It's not that its colors contrast too much, but the frame will contain all that range of colors (from white to blue), which is rather wide. So you should check that every components (checkbox, buttons, frames) are still visible :) You choosed a dark font color, which is good because it'll always be readable ;) - May 31 2009
Maybe you should decrease the white blend slightly on the notebook (I think) image file ? I also think that the disabled entries are given too much contrast(dark grey against light blue). Maybe you should give them the same look as the active one, but with a much brighter font color. Also, what about giving that progressbars a little more relief on the through part( white one ), you could do this with one or 2 blends. These are just suggestions :) Keep up ;) - May 31 2009
Kore2 Theme

GnoMenu Skins 16 comments

Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes
May 23 2009
Thanks for listening to me. I think we both learned something out of this. - May 23 2009
I see the litigation is more about what the section 5 allows one to do or not.

"Section 5 implicitly states that I, or anyone else for that matter, has the right to do so"

Could you quote the explicit part of section 5 you're referring to ?

"Section 7 allows to make additional terms so long as those terms do not impede on section 5."

Can you quote for this one too ?

Why should anyone add any "valid" additional terms to the License if it can be superseded by the section 5, transforming therefore this more restrictive license into classical GPL ?

I think this should clear things up. - May 23 2009
I absolutly don't think removing this theme would be a good idea. Think about people who use it. In my opinion, it's more important for people to know where the original work comes from. That's what was done here for kimmik's port of kore from domino to GTK http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Kore-Gnome?content=55747 - May 23 2009
I agree, the 7 cannot supercede the 5th point. Actually 5th and 7th works together, as you can see by the b and c point of the 5th. The 4th may be superceded by the 5th (b point). Let's be clear, I never said that you couldn't release it under GPL. I said you should give credits to the original author. By the c point, the License (GPL) apply along with any applicable section 7 additional terms to the whole of the work. The License = The original GPL license + additional terms. The license remains GPL, so this IS NOT a violation of the GPL. The original kore work has been conveyed to you with 2 additional terms, respectively the b and c point of the 7th section. So yes you can release it under GPL (you even have to, or to any compatible license), but you have to comply with the original terms. You're talking about further copyright compliant requirements, actually the further applies to non permissive additional terms which are not declared in the GPL licence. The additional terms specified in the original artwork are supplements. They are valid and should be taken into account at the point 5. That's good that you're citing the 10th point but don't forget that the license is GPL + additional terms as stated before (see beginning of 7th point). Additional terms are included in the license. Therefore you HAVE to give credits.

Personnal question : What is so important about that work ? Why can't you create your own original one ? if you need help designing I'm sure lots of people are willing to help you, and the project, including me. Once again, it's not against you, but this is definitly not the good way of acting. - May 23 2009
By the 7th article of the GPL :

"“Additional permissions” are terms that supplement the terms of this License by making exceptions from one or more of its conditions. Additional permissions that are applicable to the entire Program shall be treated as though they were included in this License, to the extent that they are valid under applicable law. If additional permissions apply only to part of the Program, that part may be used separately under those permissions, but the entire Program remains governed by this License without regard to the additional permissions.

When you convey a copy of a covered work, you may at your option remove any additional permissions from that copy, or from any part of it. (Additional permissions may be written to require their own removal in certain cases when you modify the work.) You may place additional permissions on material, added by you to a covered work, for which you have or can give appropriate copyright permission.

Notwithstanding any other provision of this License, for material you add to a covered work, you may (if authorized by the copyright holders of that material) supplement the terms of this License with terms:"


by the b point of the same article, the author added as an additional term :

"YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO:

Publish parts of my skin without giving proper credit."

"b) Requiring preservation of specified reasonable legal notices or author attributions in that material or in the Appropriate Legal Notices displayed by works containing it"

Therefore if the original author asked for credits in the use of his artwork, you MUST credit him.

and by the c point, the author stated :

"YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO:

Publish parts of my skin, as a completely new project, EVEN if you give credit."

which if you look at the c point

"c) Prohibiting misrepresentation of the origin of that material, or requiring that modified versions of such material be marked in reasonable ways as different from the original version;"

is a reasonnable additional term.

The original Kore is under GPL of course, but it has 2 additional terms you should take in account.

Look, I've got nothing against you personnaly or the GnoMenu project, it's just that in my opinion you should give credits wherever it's due.
- May 22 2009
What about crediting code2's original artwork ? http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Kore+Suite?content=54701
You should really have a look at its licence agreements :

"YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO:

Publish parts of my skin without giving proper credit.
Publish parts of my skin, as a completely new project, EVEN if you give credit."

Just to let you know... - May 21 2009
ECSTATiCA (formerly NOX)

GTK2 Themes 38 comments

Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
Jun 01 2009
This looks really good ! Keep up ;) - May 23 2009
Minimum Suite

GTK2 Themes 26 comments

Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Jan 15 2009
Well it uses only "pixmap" and "mist" engines, but it seems there are issues when using it on Ubuntu. But if it doesn't show up in the list, I don't think it's an engine problem. Did you unpack all the themes ? or just the big folder containing the 4 archives and the wallpaper folder ? Maybe check your installation and if it's not the problem, I'll help you further ;) - Jan 17 2009
Well I'll see if I can make something looking close to this under QT, maybe with QTCurve and an associated color scheme ;) - Jan 17 2009
Well, I'll see if I can make a more compact version of this theme, taking ASN as a basis ;) Sorry for the misunderstanding... - Jan 16 2009
What about making an alternate version, where I would change the color of the font : Strong white for the darker, strong black for the whiter ? - Jan 07 2009
Thanks a lot for the fav ;) - Jan 07 2009
Look, I don't really have the feeling this talk is leading anywhere...

My toolbar is definitly bigger, I guess 24x24 against 10x10 or something. You got that right, but what's the point anyway ? Minimalism notion isn't anything binary. This is not because your given examples are more minimalist (by your conviction) that this theme is not... Tell me, what do you want exactly ?
By my conviction something minimalist is something like you said without all the "glitz" around. - Jan 07 2009
Well well, here they are :

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Aurora-compact?content=64792

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Clearlooks-flat-compact?content=74918

I can't agree with you on the scrollbar, neither on the buttons. I don't know, just fire up twf and you'll see. That's the same. Plus, the size of the button depend of the font size. I think we don't have the same notion of what minimalism is. For me, this is this kind of thing :

http://fratrip.deviantart.com/art/Wobachi-Retro-102040644

http://fratrip.deviantart.com/art/Black-Wings-102693679



- Jan 06 2009
That's right, it's straight. No decorations, just a bit of style and contrast too ;) - Jan 06 2009
Thanks, the white theme needs a rework on the menu at least I think. I didn't updated the page, but I ported the Xfce windeco theme to Metacity, so now it's also possible to use it completly under gnome. - Jan 06 2009
Azenis

GTK2 Themes

Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Jun 09 2009
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes
May 23 2009
MyEpisodes Plasmoid

Plasma 4 Widgets

Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
May 20 2011
uniq v1 aurorae

Aurorae Themes

Score 64%
64 Likes
36 Dislikes
Jan 15 2011
Apper

System Software

Score 84%
84 Likes
16 Dislikes
Oct 25 2010
rekonq Web Browser

Web & Browser

by adjam
Score 89%
89 Likes
11 Dislikes
Oct 25 2010
KEncFS

System Software

Score 68%
68 Likes
32 Dislikes
Oct 25 2010