GTK 2.X Theme: GAIA gnome-look.org
Emerald Theme: GAIA gnome-look.org (modded to look a bit like in this
Icon Theme: OSX gnome-look.org
Wallpaper: GAIA customize.org
Apps: nowplaying screenlet with simpleOnev2 theme
Fonts: Segoe UI
GAIA seems to be everyone's favorite these days
Orville Wright did not have a pilots license.
I surrendered myself to Openbox...
- Openbox Bamboo Theme;
- GTK Murrina Relax (one of my favourites... A sort of a graphical swiss knife);
- An icon theme I'm bulding myself with icons from various sources, as I mentioned in July:
- The background picture is from a friend of mine who is a photographer. You might check his work at Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/f3xpgm/;
- Segoe and Segoe Semibold fonts.
P.S.: By the way, red is my favourite colour... Quite a surprise, I now... LOL
Last edited by What is in a name?; August 17th, 2007 at 05:31 AM.
In the midst of silence, the greatest temptation is to speak.
All the Eikon2 icon theme updates (and other personal theme mods and whatnot) at http://drop.io/fmrbpensador
I found a nice theme that took the murrine menu bar and mixed it with the clearlooks gummy engine. Then I hacked it to hell! Gutsy is looking better then ever.
Sorry about the mac back ground. It is one of the few things they do right.
Last edited by tehkain; August 17th, 2007 at 07:26 AM.
I heart evilwm. It's essentially bare X with moving, resizing, closing, maximizing, virtual desktops and the ability to launch an xterm, all with hotkeys and one pixel window borders to indicate focus. After switching between KDE, Gnome and XFCE for a year or so I delved into minimalism for a bit, and finally found the perfect window manager. No desktop widgets, menus or any dreaded "file managers"; just start up, open an xterm and away I go
Last edited by mushroom; August 17th, 2007 at 08:57 AM.