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Soothe by lassekongo83 Soothe by lassekongo83
The themes you see here and here.

I was a bit reluctant to release this theme at first because I want to change so many things at once. However, I always get stuck on something that stops me from continuing with my ideas. :p

GTK engines required: (All latest versions of course.)
gtk2-engines-murrine, gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Installation instructions: [link]

This is meant to be used with your own custom panel background or the one I included. Follow the installation instructions for the advanced option.

No nautilus-elementary style in this as it's no longer maintained.

Known bugs in the GTK theme:
- Pixmap scrollbar is displayed 1px off in nautilus.
- Scrollbar in Opera and Firefox isn't rounded where it's supposed to be rounded.
- Tool buttons in GIMP aren't styled with the correct murrine button. Application bug I believe.
- The leftmost toolbar buttons in nautilus aren't styled properly with the murrine button. No idea what's wrong.

Pic: [link]

Any questions or problems with my themes? - Read my FAQ first!

CHANGES

2011.03.08
- Rewrote most part of the gtkrc. Included fixes and stuff from the latest elementary.
- Pixmap scales/sliders.
- Nautilus breadcrumbs removed. (They stopped working and I was too lazy to find a solution.)
- Equinox engine no longer required.
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:iconjeslinmx:
Emerald. Nautilus is a file manager, and will not affect your choice of theme in any way.
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:iconclaudette86:
claudette86 Jul 23, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Amazing <3
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:iconbr34thfall:
Nice work! What font are you using here?
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:iconmyjuman:
hey man,
How do make the launchbar(the thing that is left of screen with shourtcuts) look transparent like yours mines not changing.
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:iconlassekongo83:
It's not Unity. It's Gnome classic with a custom panel and a custom background image.
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:iconmyjuman:
huh? could you tell me how i can do that?
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:iconlassekongo83:
When you login select Ubuntu Classic.
Rightclick on the panel and select Add Panel. Position it on the left. Rightclick again and select Properties and add your own transparent background image.
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:iconmyjuman:
and top panel too.
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:iconjohn-boyer:
John-Boyer May 31, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Lovely... makes me want to ditch Windows 7...
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:iconwooko:
brilliant!
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