Windows XP - MCE Royale Noir

Beryl/Emerald Themes

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Recently I was in the mood for the look of the Windows XP Themes, and because the ones I found were not as good as I liked them to be, so I made them by myself.

This one is the Royale Noir theme.
Pixmaps are only used for buttons.
Truglass engine used.

Have fun and check out my other themes.

(and please no discussions of using the Windows look in Linux. Some people just like it.)
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11 years ago

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juandejesuss

11 years ago

Very nice work!!! keep on!!

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user333

11 years ago

nice, but only thing I would add it that the icons look a bit squigily. I've been wanting a theme like this :D

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ankalagon

11 years ago

Uh, don't really know what you mean, could you explain? :>

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user333

11 years ago

Oh! sorry, my monitor got really weird yesterday I guess. very sorry!
Looks fine when I look at it today! nothing wrong with it at all :)

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jamwaffles

11 years ago

This looks GREAT :D

Thanks for a theme I love AND want :) thanks man.

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ankalagon

11 years ago

I'm glad to see thou like it. :)

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jamwaffles

11 years ago

It feels good when a random stranger praises your work lol. Anyway, keep up the good work! :)

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11 years ago

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Beryl/Emerald

Beryl and Emerald are theme decorators used under Compiz to provide window themes.
http://wiki.compiz.org/Decorators/Emerald

Themes can also be used with KDE Plasma via Smaragd:
https://store.kde.org/p/1167274/