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Gorilla

   v1.0  

Theme/Style GTK 1.x

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Gorilla
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  17662
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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 Amusing

 
 by etriaph on: Feb 13 2002
 
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What I find amusing about GNOME users is they think we're all going to use GNOME because it looks good. Sure, it's a great looking desktop, but it lacks a few things like, oh, usability, native apps, lack of useless overhead. The aim of this site was to make a K Desktop pleasing, which it does. KDE looks much better than GNOME ever will in my opinion. It's clean, readable, the interface isn't cluttered, and I like that. GNOME with Nautilus is slow, difficult to use, and unless I just want to manage files and edit Abiword docs, GNOME isn't my thing.


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 pff

 
 by sgaap on: Feb 20 2002
 
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I am a gnome user but I think that trolling sucks from both camps, I use gnome because it look beter (in my opnion) and is quicker than kde 2.2.x (on my humble 1ghz), I do recommend kde to people who come from windows because kde looks and works a lot like windows..

Gnome and kde are both relativly easy to use (both have their deficiencies), and I think that with gnome 2, gnome will come on the same level as kde 3.x when it comes to things as font handeling and transparancy..


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 Redhat users

 
 by archpollux on: Oct 1 2002
 
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Almost all these Gnome users are Redhat users. Gnome was the first thing they saw when they installed it and then for some reason they thought it was the best. The problem is much deeper with you guys, the problem is with your distro.


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 screenshot

 
 by sgaap on: Feb 20 2002
 
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Bescause of the fact that I cant post a screenhot of gnome on this site :( I like to give a link to a shot of how gnome CAN look like

http://www.deviantart.com/deviation.php?id=192498

I hope you like it


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 Re: screenshot

 
 by StoneMan on: Jul 2 2003
 
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heheh, yes a very nice screenshot indeed, although whoever would want their window decoration to resemble Mac system 7.1 is beyond me.


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 GTK themes on KDE

 
 by kabbott on: Mar 9 2002
 
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First off, there shouldn't be a war between KDE and Gnome. KDE 3.0beta2 handles Gnome apps well and even imprts GTK themes. So, use what you want, that's what Linux is about....choice!


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 GTK themes on KDE

 
 by kabbott on: Mar 9 2002
 
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First off, there shouldn't be a war between KDE and Gnome. KDE 3.0beta2 handles Gnome apps well and even imprts GTK themes. So, use what you want, that's what Linux is about....choice!


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 by Richardve on: Apr 14 2002
 
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I think the way this is presented is pathetic and asks for a flamewar.

Like said above, Linux is all about choice.
If Linux would be a system without choice, I would've used Windows right now.

If you like Gnome, use it.
If you like KDE, use it.
If you like Enlightenment, use it.
If you like the command line, use it.

And both Gnome and KDE's default looks are ugly.
No offense to the authors, but such a nice DE should also have a nice visual look IMHO.

I really hope KDE will ever get a professional and clean looking default theme/style.

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 KDE and Gnome

 
 by hvatum on: Jul 12 2002
 
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I am taking begining unix classes at a local college. Most of the computers are running Linux with x windows starting by default. Of those who immediatly started using X windows machines this was the split between those who used KDE and those who used Gnome.

13 People started using KDE
7 People started using Gnome

Also note that there was no default X windows selected on login. At the end of the class I again tallied the number of people using diffrent window managers.

11 People used KDE at the end.
9 People used Gnome at the end.

So with all the argueing its just a personal choice, niether Gnome or KDE is winning by any great stride.


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