Ubuntu 9.10 (New Flow Wave)

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Test it now!!!

Icons are in theme now as well included.
Last changelog:

10 years ago

# open office and firefox menubar has been fixed, you dont need to install anything!!!

# Progressbar has a new style

# combommenubar is dark now, and not silver anymore...

Vortex0965

10 years ago

This theme is great,I hope you work on a new metacity theme...I just want to point out that progress bar doesn't work properly with some application like deluge,could you take a look at this?:)

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MrNatural

10 years ago

Hi,

thanks for your excellent and highly usable theme! Could you tell me how to change the applications menu from silver to dark as well?

And is there a way to get rid of the shadow around menu items that are not available? I'd prefer them to be greyed out as usual...

Cheers
Matt

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SorinN

10 years ago

can I know where I can found the solution for OpenOffice menubar ( and Firefox ) - I mean white text on black background.

I need to apply that to Blue Wave theme.

ALso I wanna ask if is possible to have the same New Flow Wave with New Wave scrollbars ? - can I do that by changing images for scrollbars and css rules ?

Thanks

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Nael

10 years ago

Yes at the moment I'm working on a new metacity like the orginal new Waaw theme, but at the moment i have to do a lot for school, but next week I think it will be finish ;)

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JotamanX

10 years ago

Thanks for reply!
Great, I'm waiting for your new job :)

pd: Excuse my poor english

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JotamanX

10 years ago

amazing theme!!!, But I don't like the window title buttons XD I have now the new wave metacity and looks fine, but there is a little degradation of colors between New-Flow-Wave/New-Nave

plz, can you make an alternative window decoration like new wave?? :)

thnx

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schollidesign

10 years ago

and beside of Wasp and Shiki-Human one of my favourites. ;)
I like for example the big weather- and the fast-user-switch-icon on my panel.
What I don't like so much is that the not used iconos are out-blended with a pixel-raster and not so nice you have it for example on a murrine-engine. Is here a possibility to fix it?

Thx for your work - very nice... :)

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Nael

10 years ago

yes i see, i have the same problem, but its an issue by nautilus, there are problems, with patterns, wich are to big..

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maiden2

10 years ago

very good theme!

but I have to report a big issue with the very nice nautilus pattern: infact it looks ok when the nautilus window stand in a static window, but when the window need to scroll (because of many folder etc...) the pattern looks completely wrong while scrolling down nautilus.

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fan

10 years ago

the best linux theme ever !!! I like it!
But there is a lot to fix!!

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Nael

10 years ago

The tomboy problem has been solved, thanks for your help, but I don't know, how to change the color in the tab(evolution)... if someone know, how i could change that, he could maybe explain me, how I could do that,please :)

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gandaran

10 years ago

found two more text color bugs, one in tomboy's menu and the other in evolution » preferences » email preferences tabs.
I really like this theme, for me it's the best in gnome-look, it would be nice to have all text bugs fixed.

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Nael

10 years ago

in the The New Flow Wave folder is a bugfix for firefox, at the moment I am going to work on the Oppenoffice toolbar.

In The Flow Wave ordner is a data wich is called "userChrome.css" copy that and go to your folder, the folder is called like you username on your computer(home). Then make the invisible folders visible with Str+H
and go to the ".mozilla" Folder and than "firefox" after that there must be a folder wich have a strange name like "flcbjh3n.default" and the must also be a folder wich is called chrome, you just have to paste it there!

Example: /home/Nael/.mozilla/firefox/flcbjh3n.default/chrome

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Nael

10 years ago

in the The New Flow Wave folder is a bugfix for firefox, at the moment I am going to work on the Oppenoffice toolbar.

In The Flow Wave ordner is a data wich is called "userChrome.css" copy that and go to your folder, the folder is called like you username on your computer(home). Then make the invisible folders visible with Str+H
and go to the ".mozilla" Folder and than "firefox" after that there must be a folder wich have a strange name like "flcbjh3n.default" and the must also be a folder wich is called chrome, you just have to paste it there!

Example: /home/Nael/.mozilla/firefox/flcbjh3n.default/chrome

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gandaran

10 years ago

can you fix the open office tool menu bar and maybe firefox too

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10 years ago

# open office and firefox menubar has been fixed, you dont need to install anything!!!

# Progressbar has a new style

# combommenubar is dark now, and not silver anymore...

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