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Minimal LittleGlass

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Beryl Emerald Theme

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Minimal LittleGlass
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Downloads:  8219
Submitted:  Mar 12 2011
Updated:  Apr 3 2011

Description:

A extremely minimalistic theme for emerald. The window buttons appear, when hovered with the mouse.

This work is based on the great theme LittleGlass by lassekongo83 (http://lassekongo83.deviantart.com/art/LittleGlass-163891709?q=1&qo=1)

Links for setting up the complete desktop

Basically it's Ubuntu 10.10. The top panel is a combination of the "normal" gnome-panel with the globalmenu applet and three docks of the Avant-Window-Navigator on top with "Lucido"-style.

Wallpaper:
http://simmesimme.deviantart.com/art/Ubuntu-is-not-good-enough-200686033

GTK-theme:
http://jurialmunkey.deviantart.com/art/Divergence-IV-quot-A-New-Hope-quot-183377193

Icon set:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/AwOken+-+Awesome+Token+icon+set?content=126344

Mouse theme:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Gruppled+Cursors?content=86081

How to install Nautilus Elementary:
http://www.webupd8.org/2010/01/nautilus-elementary-simplified-nautilus.html

How to install AWN from PPA with lucido:
http://www.webupd8.org/2010/06/awn-lucido-gets-its-own-ppa.html




Changelog:

+ fixed shadow issue

+ added Panel graphic and AWN-Theme

+ added detailed description

+ added a deviantArt link




LicenseCreative Commons by-nc-sa
(Emerald Theme & Panel & AWN-Theme)
(DeviantArt Link for the whole Desktop)
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 Using the Set Above Buttons

 
 by vtpoet on: Apr 9 2011
 
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Your theme is just what I'm looking for. My only question: How do I access the other buttons - Set Above, Unset Above, etc... ?

I see they're available in the Button Pixmaps window but I don't know how to activate them in the title bar?


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 Re: Using the Set Above Buttons

 
 by simmesimme on: Apr 9 2011
 
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These can be activated in the emerald theme manager:
- select the theme and click on edit design
- select the tab called title bar
- on the right there is an edit box called "layout of objects in title bar" and a little help text beneath
- maybe A::NXC would suit your problem
- maybe you should choose other button graphics for the buttons you're activating to make them appear as the others do

Hope this helps!


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 Editing Buttons

 
 by vtpoet on: Apr 9 2011
 
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Thanks. The answer was staring me in the face but I didn't know what I was looking at.

'Nother question. I personally would like to be able to see the buttons (just helps me locate them). Even if they were just straight lines up in the right corner. The white also tends to be invisible if white is behind it. (I understand that you didn't design this theme for heavy button use.)

Can you recommend a guide for how to edit these buttons (using Gimp let's say)? Or is it not that straightforward?


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 Re: Editing Buttons

 
 by vtpoet on: Apr 9 2011
 
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Never mind. I edited the buttons... now I've got solid bars. Thanks so much for creating this theme! I can squeeze just a little more room out of my laptop's screen.


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 Re: Editing Buttons

 
 by simmesimme on: Apr 9 2011
 
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The image files are typically located in ~/.emerald/themes/MinimalLittleGlass/

Editing these images should be quite straight-forward: On each buttons' image are 6 versions of the particular button: normal | hovered | pressed | inactive normal | inactive hovered | inactive pressed. You may edit these as you want (preferable with a copy outside this theme) and load the edited file with the emerald theme manager afterwards.

Another hint: You may try to use the theme LittleGlass instead, which I modified: http://lassekongo83.deviantart.com/art/LittleGlass-163891709
This has some visible buttons!


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 Re: Re: Editing Buttons

 
 by vtpoet on: Apr 9 2011
 
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Thanks again. I added some ultra-minimal colored bars (just so they would show up against a light background).

If you're curious, I posted an image at Ubuntu forums. Probably not to your taste... but your theme made it possible.

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1724828&page=2


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