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XMMS Blue Metal Theme

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XMMS Blue Metal Theme
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Downloads:  2702
Submitted:  Oct 27 2005

Description:

Modified xTunes 2.1 XMMS theme by Ryan Northam, Icons and overall color changed to suit my desktop, after finishing I thought I'd share ! Enjoy.




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 blue metal theme

 
 by Perverse on: Oct 27 2005
 
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Modern and very ellegant. Good job:)


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 SK Theme

 
 by DaBlade on: Oct 27 2005
 
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What SuperKaramba theme is that?
(Like the XMMS theme too, but I use amaroK ;)


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All my wallpapers are belong to here:
http://linuxp2p.com/blog/?page_id=18

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 Re: SK Theme

 
 by ArbitraryReason on: Oct 27 2005
 
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Thats one I put together from info and bits scattered around the net, Could not find one I liked, So... I did my own.


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 Re: Re: SK Theme

 
 by DaBlade on: Oct 29 2005
 
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Can you post it?


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All my wallpapers are belong to here:
http://linuxp2p.com/blog/?page_id=18

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 Your Wallpaper

 
 by doomxl on: Oct 29 2005
 
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Hi nice your theme, i like also your wallpaper can you tel me where i can get it?


dfg
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 Re: Your Wallpaper

 
 by ArbitraryReason on: Oct 29 2005
 
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Got it from Deviant Art, artist is Eyes Of Jade, he's Amazing, I changed the image background a bit, the original has a white background, was a bit bland for me.... anyway here's the link: http://eyes-of-jade.deviantart.com/gallery/?type=browse&offset=48


It's come along way since OSF1 and X Motif !!
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 Re: Your Wallpaper

 
 by ArbitraryReason on: Oct 29 2005
 
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Got it from Deviant Art, artist is Eyes Of Jade, he's Amazing, I changed the image background a bit, the original has a white background, was a bit bland for me.... anyway here's the link: http://eyes-of-jade.deviantart.com/gallery/?type=browse&offset=48


It's come along way since OSF1 and X Motif !!
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 xmms Theme

 
 by MyWereldZA on: Oct 30 2005
 
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This has to be among one of the best I've seen!
Keep up the great work!!


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 Thanks

 
 by ArbitraryReason on: Oct 30 2005
 
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Been playing with the idea of skinning XMMS with a type of glass screen/hologram look, a bit like the techno stuff seen in the movie Minority report, problems I've hit is that the transperancy gradients need to be very light, and on a very light or very dark background it looks off. So if I get this going it will take a min of three different skins to compliment the contrast of different desktop backgrounds. I found a nice program to automate the Transparency cutting and auto update the regions file, but... its only for windows.... and I deleted my XP partion and took a dump on the distro CD If anybody has been though this type of headache and has any tips, please push the info my way :)


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 Sensors

 
 by herztier on: Nov 2 2005
 
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Hello!
My question is about sensors, that you have on your desktop. Could you please tell what program brings these CPU, HDD and other sensors to desktop ?


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 Re: Sensors

 
 by ArbitraryReason on: Nov 14 2005
 
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Program u need is Super Karamba, it uses the same composite transparency functions of Xorg that your KDE terminal and decoration windows use, Download it, install LM sensors, and configure them: http://forums.suselinuxsupport.de/lofiversion/index.php/t11193.html Install any of the karamba monitor themes form this site and Viola ! Here is a link on the one I posted that u see on the screnn shot: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=31253


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 Re: Sensors

 
 by ArbitraryReason on: Nov 14 2005
 
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Program u need is Super Karamba, it uses the same composite transparency functions of Xorg that your KDE terminal and decoration windows use, Download it, install LM sensors, and configure them: http://forums.suselinuxsupport.de/lofiversion/index.php/t11193.html Install any of the karamba monitor themes form this site and Viola ! Here is a link on the one I posted that u see on the screnn shot: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=31253


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