This theme is based of Windows Royale MCE graphics, available from http://www.filecluster.com
Roy is a hybrid of NotXP http://ubuntu.hamdi.web.id/themes/notxp-gnome-theme.html,
Lunacity http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Lunacity?content=62350 and Lunacy http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=7117.
Roy XP depends on GnomeXP icon set: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GnomeXP?content=69587
Extract GnomeXP.tar.gz to $HOME/.icons folder.
Roy Nuove depends on NuoveXT 1.6 and 2.2 icon sets: http://nuovext.pwsp.net
Extract nouveXP themes to $HOME/.icons folder.
Install this theme in your $HOME/.themes folder.
The start button is in the Roy folder, if you wish to use it follow these directions:
If you like the having a windows like feel to your Main Menu then this may be your answer. Right-click on the panel where you want the Main Menu to appear and select Add to Panel. In the new window, scroll down to Utilities and select Main Menu. Click Add and it will appear in the panel.
Right-click the Ubuntu icon and select Move to move it to wherever you prefer ( I like it to the left corner). If you havenâ€™t removed the Menu bar (Applications, Places, System) yet right-click and remove.
1. You can copy start-here.png to $HOME/.icons/GnomeXP/32×32/places and $HOME/.icons/NuoveXT.2.2/32×32/places, or:
2. To customize the main menu icon: Open up the terminal (applications>accessories>terminal). Insert this code In the terminal (applications>accessories>terminal):
. The configuration editor opens, then open these folders in the left panel (apps>panel>objects). You will see a list of objects in the pane locate the one that says (menu_object) next to object_type in the right pane. Once this is located scroll down and locate the use custom icon entry and select it. Scroll back up and double click the custom icon entry, this will open a new window asking for the path to the icon you wish to use. Enter the path in the value field and click OK.
The Panel looks best when the size is enlarged to 32 pixels: Right click the panel and choose properties, under the general tab change the size to 32 pixels.
Titlebar looks more authentic if you choose Trebuchet MS Bold font (size 10) for titlebar font.
If you use emerald/compiz have a look at MCE style emerald theme: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/MCE+style?content=48912
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