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Made by paulxfce (alias Manjarocinnamonfan, paulubuntu)
This is a XFCE-cation of my well received McOS-theme, a gnome-desktop-interpretation of a certain Cupertino-based OS.
Carefully crafted to blend seamlessly GTK2- and GTK3-applications. This theme is solid, tested and up-to-date for Gnome 3.26, to use as daily desktop-theme, adjusted to make it work on the XFCE-desktop.
This theme is build upon- and made to work for Xubuntu 17.10. This requires at least GTK 3.20+
Other XFCE-distro's might have problems.
There are now two versions available:
McOS-XFCE-Edition-I: is the older version that works with Thunar below version 1.8
McOS-XFCE-Edition-II: is the new up-to-date-version that requires thunar 1.8 or above.
The standard XFWM-windowmanager is used as the compositor, With the following specific settings in the Window Manager Tweaks:
- display compositing enabled.
- Synchronize drawing to the vertical blank enabled.
- Show shadows under dock windows enabled.
Opacity of popup windows is set more to the left (more transparency): this gives the translucency under the drop down-menu's. You can move the layer more to the left for more transparency.
Download the file and extract. Move the extracted file to your '.themes'-folder in your home-folder (you might have to make the folder first, if you haven't done it already.)
Open up the Appearance-app and select the style 'McOS-XFCE-Edition'
To make the titlebar: open up the Window Manager and select again 'McOS-XFCE-Edition'.
To move the buttons to the left ( in Window Manager ) click and drag the button layout so that you have CLOSE/MINIMIZE/MAXIMIZE and TITLE (in that order).
You will notice that Whisker Menu is themed also.
The icon-theme is not included.
Update 1 year ago
Update 1 year ago
Corrected Whisker-issues and XFCE-notification 1 year ago
Corrected Whisker-issues and XFCE-notification
Uploaded new version 1 year ago
Uploaded a newer version
Changed category in which this theme resides 2 years ago
Since GTK/XFWM themes do not exist as a category I post the theme as a XFCE4 windowmanager theme
Bugfixes and complying with license-requirements 2 years ago
Bugfixes and complying with license-requirements
Improving the desktop-icon handling 2 years ago
Improving the desktop-icon handling in selected condition