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Metacity Theme

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Link:  http://cimi.netsons.org
Downloads:  13488
Submitted:  Apr 14 2006
Updated:  Sep 2 2006


A complite rewrite of Metacity themes for ALL candido based themes.

Please note that these themes are an ALTERNATIVE, not a REPLACEMENT of wonderful candido default themes.

These themes grab colors from your "Candido" gtk theme, and then they draw metacity borders.
All these themes are based on the xml file, with the result that they are one of the fastests metacity themes. They're 100% faster than clearlooks metacity theme, and 110% faster than default candido pixmap theme.

The package contains Candido-Selected-Flat borders for Metacity and Xfwm4 (Candido similar design), and Candido-Selected (Candido-Graphite similar design). Try combination Candido-Light with Candido-Selected (Graphite style).

They're so fast and so useful for any combination with your Candido themes!!!




[Jul 1st,2006][1.2]
1.2 version is availble at http://candido.berlios.de
[Apr 15th,2006][1.1]
Many fixes... Symbols placement ecc ecc...
[Apr 14th,2006][1.0]
First public release.

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 Nice work!

 by swj on: Apr 15 2006
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This is great! Candido-graphite + Candido-selected + Tango is my fav theme.

I wish there was a gdm and splash that matched and it would be perhaps the best Gnome Desktop.

Please continue the good work.

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 Re: Nice work!

 by cimi86 on: Apr 15 2006
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Thank you!
The problem is that I'm not using gdm so it's difficult to me make a generig ones...

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 by Ashura on: Apr 22 2006
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It's getting better and better the more I look at it. I'll try it now.

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 by jrickmar on: Jul 30 2006
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The minimize and maximize buttons are slightly darker than the the close button. Shouldn't it be the other way around?

Oh, and what font are you using for your window title?

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 Minimise button

 by apelete on: Aug 31 2006
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I think there's something strange on this one: the minimise button seems not to be completely "drawn". The little square that represent the button is not closed, there's no right border... Was it intended ?
By the way, how can I disable that line that is above each currently selected tab in Firefox ?

And thanks very much for your great themes; my last one was Brushed, I used it for a very long time, but now is time for the change, and this new one is HELL FAST !! Congrats...

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 by emes on: Nov 12 2006
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Sorry if I'm annoying everybody, but what are the Wallpapers on those two pictures, I think one of them is a Vista one?

Thanks :-)

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 Maximize button

 by cdmarcus on: Dec 9 2006
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I love all the Candido themes, except that there's no difference between the middle button when the window is maximized and when it's restored. It would be great if there was a version with that.

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