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A rather unfinished style in my opinion, yet still very usable. It's inspired by - [link]
so I would suggest that you use it with nautilus-elementary.
It's almost how I myself would like my desktop to be. Rather soft, non-intrusive, and plain simple. It's still a shame though that some GTK applications breaks consistency. :/
In this "screenshot" only Firefox and Nautilus is the real deal. (Except for the google mockup in Firefox.) The panels
can look like that, but mine don't, so I just quickly threw together something in Photoshop.I suggest that you use a dock.
The dock I threw together in photoshop here can possibly be done with AWN or GNOME-DO. (I've not tested though, so don't bother asking me.)
Also, Firefox isn't themed here. It's the default theme with panels switched around, plus the menubar removed with an extension.
and gnome-colorsIf you use gnome global menu to get rid of the menubars you can open bars.rc and replace toolbar.png with menubar.png to make it look better.
Another example screenshot: Changelog
- Nautilus fixes for Gnome 2.30
- Made som better looking standard panel buttons.
- Cleaned up some old stuff in the files.