After a month that Ubuntu Tweak 0.3.2â€™s release, Ubuntu Tweak Developers proud to announce that the new version of Ubuntu Tweak: 0.3.4 released!
Ubuntu Tweak now has a faster launch speed than before. As a reflection of it, Youâ€™ll see a â€œwaitâ€? screen when you select one item at the first time. But the time is short, youâ€™ll ignore it.
This is a GTK theme/style based on Aurora GTK Engine and Pixbuf Engine ( menubar, scrollbar, and notebook tabs ) made by krig.
PS: for better experience just move the extracted folder to /usr/share/themes as root (e.g: command line gksu nautilus using UI ) so the root applications can use the theme.
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RGS – Root Green Square, (pun on Root Mean Square) is a smooth-ish theme which I find easy on my eyes and works well for my low-dpi low-contrast lcd, although it makes my expensive crt shine as well. First theme for public release. I decided that if I was going to share this theme, it had better be done now, else it will never be shared ever. Influences for this theme include:
– My love-affair with green
Version 1.3 now includes a simple openbox theme
Version 1.1 and on of this theme uses the GTK+ 2.10 new niffty-ness of symbolic colours (so you can tweak the colours in the Theme Selector gui) and new clearlooks features (all of which should be in GNOME 2.18). As such it *requires* at least:
– GTK+ 2.10
– gtk-engines 2.10 (clearlooks)
Icon theme in screenshot is http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/art-pixmap-stuff+-+GNOME+2+revival?content=84548
Since Compiz 0.7.6, desktop deformations are possible: Sphere and Cylinder. I cut a cylindrical projection of the earth into pieces so that it fits on the four sides of the cube and the caps. Just unzip the file and use Compiz-Fusion’s ccsm to put the files in the right places.
0.1 initial release
A theme inspired by MurrinaRelax, Elegant Brit, bad weather, and Paris.
Includes GTK, Metacity, and Openbox themes.
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