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Gorilla

   v1.0  

Theme/Style GTK 1.x

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Gorilla
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Gorilla
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Downloads:  17675
Submitted:  Feb 9 2002
Updated:  Feb 12 2002

Description:

no, sorry this is not KDE and i doubt that KDE will ever gonna look like this. well i bet a couple of you people gonna move to GNOME now.




Changelog:

added the link to the real theme so you can download it.

the link is shown above. if you want to download the theme.




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 stop downloading...

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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...your ripped content. it is a nice screenshot indeed. if you would be honest and link the site where you ripped it off, it would be evererybody's free choice to read "not recommended for being used at this point".

but you are but so fed up with your trolling, that you can't even see what damage you are doing to gnome, which is a very nice desktop. but it needs real people. developers. not trolls like you.


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 why not?

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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please don't be too judgmental.
someone did spend some time and efforts to get it done


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 Now it's available

 
 by JabberWokky on: Feb 11 2002
 
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Hey, if anyone wants this theme for KDE, just download Kong, http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=925. I'd also like to note that Gorilla is *not* a Gnome theme. It is a Nautilus icon theme.

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 Jerk Comes to Mind

 
 by 1boredprogrammer on: Sep 7 2002
 
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Just so you know Gnome sucks compared to KDE, and the only reason you feel you need to bash on this persons work is because you can't do it yourself.


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 is it a screenshot?

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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Somehow I cannot download the themes/style.
Any problem with the link?


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 please here

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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sorry.... here the link....

http://jimmac.musichall.cz/themes.php3?skin=2


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 Nice

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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If that's how gnome will look, I will use it without a doubt. I like the larger, more roundish icons, which would work nicley with a pen tablet.


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 more

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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well there are other nice themes for gnome 2.


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 Really

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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Do you have any links to Gnome sites with them, other then themes.org?


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 more

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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sorry, many many cool themes are still spread internally right now for testing and usecases but planned to be released with gnome 2

but peak here:

http://tigert.gimp.org/

jimmac (the gorilla theme) and tigert are the TOP gnome designers right now. jimmac provides the new stockicons for gnome 2 (also found on his site) http://jimmac.musichall.cz/


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 hmmm.

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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I guess this is like those phones with the huge buttons for people with eye problems and don't see to well. It looks much to Sesame Street for me.


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 thing again

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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on 1600x1200x24 you would be thankfully to get such buttons.


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 scale 'em down

 
 by sgaap on: Feb 20 2002
 
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you can scale 'em down..the best thing is that when scaled it keeps the quality (scalable vector graphics)


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 This is how gnome lo

 
 by sgaap on: Feb 20 2002
 
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I do like kde, but use gnome most of the time, and I can say that gnome already looks like this, I've just installed this nautilus theme and it looks very nice on my gnome 1.4 desktop with aa fonts


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 with...

 
 by Soyburg on: Feb 9 2002
 
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...the same verve that you are promoting gnome - and actually at the same time - someone has ditched my votes by now 16% and has posted a comment with more than 4000 lines of crap to my last wallpaper - so please excuse me while i don't applaud for this experimental screenshot. I don't care _who_ is voting bad again and again. But if it is you i've got some good advice: Try to read up on this one:

http://news.gnome.org/1003125527/index_html

Maybe you'll get the point.

Soyburg


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 hoosers

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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yeah the official statement. you may want to join irc.gimp.org #gnome and stay there for hmmmmm 3 years ? and then you get a real clue what gnome DEVELOPERS really think about it. not to mention all these nice comments on gnome-private mailinglist that no one is supposed to read.

and no sorry, i am not that person writing these loooooong lines. but looks like the shit people gonna post on /. every now and then.


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 yeah, sure...

 
 by Soyburg on: Feb 9 2002
 
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...you are tired of people, telling you to go to gnome-look.org. Because there is none.

But why don't you do something about it?

lam0r?


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 wake up

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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aehm you dont get it. themes.org belongs to GNOME.


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 Oh.

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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I thought it belongs to VA-Linux.

:(


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 gnome

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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:%s/VA-Linux/VA-Systems/g but yes the people running that stuff belong to the gnome project..


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 heh

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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could also be VA-Software but i dont care much :)


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 GNOME's general...

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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... appearance, particularly with default or default-related settings, yields the impression that everything is made of wet, squishy, sticky clay. It is certainly not what I want to think about every time I look at my desktop.

Size and photorealism have nothing to do with it -- it's the colour. There's waaaaaay too much emphasis on army-green shades and everything looks too dark. The thick black lines around everything don't help, either.

I sincerely hope that KDE retains its bright, crisp and clean look-and-feel.


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 please

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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errm. thats only ONE theme and this one beats everything i have seen on KDE so far. please allow me to point you to some more or less (''worse'') early gnome 2 screenshots

http://developer.gnome.org/dotplan/


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 Just one question...

 
 by Soyburg on: Feb 9 2002
 
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...Mr. Propaganda: Why do you keep posting anonymous?

That's not what i'm used to from gnome.org

So why?

Soyburg


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 My post above....

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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... wasn't a GNOME versus KDE thing. It was a criticism of GNOME's appearance as shown in the preview screenshots. I agree that it's much more polished than what's pictured in the early GNOME 2 screenshots you pointed out. The thing is, despite being more polished, it still "feels" the same -- fine for people who like the base theme, but I'm not one of them.

I'll try to put it in words... GNOME looks professional. Industrial. Serious. Predictable. Mundane. KDE, on the other hand, looks inviting. Residential. Fun. Optimistic. Artistic.

I use this computer at home to unwind, to relax, and occasionally to do work. Is it any wonder I prefer the KDE style?


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 freedom

 
 by anonymous on: Feb 9 2002
 
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well feel free to use what you want.


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 KDE better anyway

 
 by archpollux on: Oct 1 2002
 
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I think KDE looks very good, and anyway, you can make the exact same theme for KDE and Gnome. But there's another thing. Can you beat KDE/Qt with GTK/GTK++? NO WAY IN HELL!


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