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Metacity Theme

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Downloads:  37200
Submitted:  Mar 27 2007
Updated:  Mar 27 2007


A Metacity theme I created to match my Murrina Deviant GTK color scheme at http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/MURRINA+DEVIANT?content=55289

It is based on the Candido-Vista Metacity theme. I changed the colors of the buttons to suite my Deviant art chroma cravings. Certain Shade of Green is what our Desktop sometimes need. Enjoy.

(Murrina Deviant)
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 Doesn't work

 by apelete on: Mar 27 2007
Score 50%

The metacity theme doesn't work on my computer. I have installed Candido-vista and it works; does this one need the Candido engine ?

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 Re: Doesn't work

 by thekalabawfactor on: Mar 27 2007
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I seem to have uploaded an incorrect archive. My bad. :) Please try redownloading the file. Thank you. Enjoy.

God does not play dice with the Cosmos.
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 by diafanos on: Apr 26 2007
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Very very nice job.
But I have a question.
Everything's fine, except from my firefox. Now it uses an ugly theme very similar to old motif!!!
Why is that?
Is there an explanation?
Any solutions?

ARIS - Empire strikes back
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 praise and how-to

 by flashdrvnk on: Jun 21 2007
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I am using the metacity and gtk2 theme right now and absolutely love it.
It looks clean and elegant, but doesn't use too much space, very beautiful.

Looks cool with Firefox 2 too.

Here is how I installed it in Ubuntu/Edgy:
1. compile&install murrine engine
2. use gnome-theme-manager to install the deviant theme
3. run gtk-theme-switch2 and choose "Murrina Deviant"
4. do the same steps in a "sudo su" shell for Root in order to skin the gksu'ed windows too

Bye bye :)

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 great theme!

 by xpsyska on: Oct 1 2007
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absolutely delicious :)

just one thing.. how's called that used font and where can i get it?

and what about the wallpaper? seems like it fits best..

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 by kinggrimson on: Oct 9 2007
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this is by far the best and bug free gnome theme i ever used. i've tried a lot of gnome themes but at some poit all of them seemed to have bugs or were just not polished as they looked in the previews... so gr8 job...

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 which font are you using

 by vbsampath on: May 31 2009
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which font are you using

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