Azenis XFM

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://www.xfce-look.org/content/show.php/AzenisXF?content=108475

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UPDATE: Red Azenis Borders with AzenisXF (Original Styling) and Azenis XFM (Modified Styling) available here:
https://www.pling.com/p/1311137/
Also, corrected an error in packaging.

UPDATE:
For kicks, I added Glow Effects to the titlebuttons when pressed. I also added an inactive look, shown in picture numbers four and five.
I added that Mod to this file in a folder called AzenisXFMi. The "AzenisXFMi has the "i" on the end only to show that is the one containing the "inactive" window decoration. This download now contains Both Options. To Install, decompress the file, then move the individual "AzenisXFM" and "AzenisXFMi" to your ~/.themes folder or to /usr/share/themes folder. If you move the AzenisPackage folder into your themes folder without moving the individual two folders within it, your system will not see the window decorations.
Please NOTE: Some of the screenshots show an example of the entirety of a possible theme only. This download contains only the Window Border Decorations, not the entire desktop theme. The first full desktop image shows monitor one with conky, appsmenu and Monitor two with an open File Manager showing the Azenis XFM longform styling. Second photo shows monitor one holding the file manager window with monitor two unpopulated.

Many years ago, J.J. Ying created the Azenis theme for Windowblinds.
The theme was first ported to KDE by Ezy (Our heartfelt thanks), many years ago.
https://store.kde.org/p/1100870/
JamesHardy88 ported a version for Gnome2, by adapting the original artwork to fit. Jameshardy88 and TechnoShaun supplied many great themes, tweaks and customization including Azenis.
The Port used "The Preface" icons by dar0ckx.
In 2019, I finally came to my senses and became a Linux user, through Zorin OS. Searching themes for my new OS, I came across an ancient primitive theme called Azenis. Instantly, I knew I wanted the Azenis theme; it was love at first sight. Sadly, Gnome3 has no Azenis theme available. I am currently working on that project in hopes of making it happen. I have a current gtk3 version that lacks the Azenis Titlebar. It requires Compiz with Emerald for that portion (If anyone can help with the window borders, feel free to speak up...)
In the meantime, Yantar put forth an XFCE window decoration based on JamesHardy88's work. This is based on Yantars contribution. Using it on a tablet edition PC, I discovered one flaw with Azenis. The titlebar buttons are too close together, making it easy to miss your target.
I modded this to extend the buttons out, allowing for better accuracy with those of us who didn't learn from the cheerio in the commode bowl, too well.
Labeled as Azenis XFM for Yantar's AzenisXF-Modified.
Source: Azenis metacity theme created by jameshardy88
Azenis theme was created by GUI designer J.J.Ying
Homepage: http://www.jjying.cn
Source: Azenis metacity theme created by jameshardy88 and Azenis Windowblinds created by J.J.Ying.
Link:
http://www.xfce-look.org/content/show.php/Azenis?content=106608
AzenisXF by Yantar
https://www.xfce-look.org/content/show.php/AzenisXF?content=108475

Font in images is D3Euronism by Digital Dream Design.

Questions, comments, complaints or insults may be sent to aravisian@protonmail.com

Ezy

24 days ago

You did a very nice work with this, probably better than my theme for deKorator. There area fault with my theme near the buttons, but that was deKorators shortcoming and could not be fixed.

If I ever use XFCE (KDE fan forever) I might try your theme. Good work anyway!

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aravisian

24 days ago

Heh heh heh... Challenge accepted? I see that Plasma 5 is GTK3. I have already laid the groundwork on GTK3 Azenis theme. It only lacks a windows Decorator, since Gnome goes about that in a different way. I got around it by using Compiz-reloaded along with an Emerald theme.
Smaragd is an Emerald-like Window Decorator for Plasma5.
https://store.kde.org/p/1167274
Allowing this to be used, as well:
https://store.kde.org/p/1003872/
Note TonyMaros comment, that I understand and helped inspire this mess I uploaded here....
Perhaps I will make an emerald that uses the XFM style seen here. Although, I guess I would need to call that one KDM.
In the meantime, I will continue working to make a Full GTK3 Version available and have added Plasma5 to the plan, to see if I can make one for Plasma. It MAY be easier with Plasma since it has kdecorator.
Questions or insults can be sent to aravisian@protonmail.com

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Ezy

25 days ago

I was first to port Azenis (to KDE). JamesHardy88 based is theme on my work when he ported it to Gnome. You might want to add that to your description. Also base your work from Windowblinds Azenis as JamesHardy88 has edited the artwork to fit his theme and therefor not original artwork.

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aravisian

24 days ago

I added a correction in the comments section on the Azenis FXM Red page, as well. The remaining question now is: Who first used dar0ckx's "The Preface" icons to compliment the package.
I admit, I have modified MUCH of the artwork of "The Preface" icons as well as smashing together a few new ones using that same design to my set in use on my personal machine.

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aravisian

24 days ago

Ezy, thisis like meetingYoda.
I will adjust the descriptions. Much of this work was done many years ago and tracking down who did hat was not easy. Pun not intended.

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1 month ago

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