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Thanks for using my 7Like Dockbarx theme version 1.0
Panel background is also included


This is a mod of Dock theme for DockbarX [link] So props to Bigrza for letting me mod his work



HOW TO INSTALL :

copy 7Like.tar.gz ~/.dockbarx/themes


Enjoy comments and +favs are welcome :)
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i've had a lot of positive feedback on this panel, so i've packaged it as best i can for distribution.
this whole thing is just a fancy trick. its not really meant to be distributed as an awesome kick ass fat floaty gnome-panel. its just supposed to look good in screenshots and during general usage. ;)
includes: 1024, 1152, 1280, 1400, 1440, 1600, 1680, 1920, 2048, 2560. if your screen is bigger i'll assume you're a power user.
Enjoy!

PRE-REQS:
here is a gtkrc-2.0 file with the code necessary to remove the little arrow from your menu button. the file goes in your home directory. if you already have a gtkrc-2.0 in your home directory then open this new one and copy the code into the one you already have.
gtkrc-2.0
eGtk
eIcons
Global-Menu
Compiz Config

IMPORTANT DIRECTORIES:
/usr/share/themes OR /usr/share/icons
/home/USERNAME/.themes OR /home/USERNAME/.icons

TIP:
you can take ownership of folders with $sudo chown USERNAME -R /ANY/FOLDER/LOCATION

ASSUMING YOUR GOAL IS TO REPLICATE THE PREVIEW...

OBJECTIVES:
1:hide theme default panel
2:activate elementary-dark
3:apply panel image
4:tweak the applets and hide panel shadow

STEP BY STEP:

1: go to the elementary/gtk-2.0/Panel and rename both images in the folder. (the objective is to hide the themes default panel.)

2: go to elementary/gtk-2.0 and open gtkrc. at the very bottom of the code you'll see this line include "Apps/panel.rc" make it look like this include "Apps/panel-dark.rc" (the objective is to make global-menu texts compatible with the dark panel)

3: apply elementary gtk and elementary-mono-dark icons from the appearance dialog and confirm that your panel is either transparent or some dark defaulted colors and that global-menu text is a light color.

APPLY THE CUSTOM PANEL:

1: find your resolution in the panels folder (if your resolution isn't included you may make a request or edit the psd provided using Gimp or Photoshop or some similar graphic app.)

2: copy the panel you want to somewhere common like your home directory for storage

3: open panel properties. (right click empty space on the panel) from the general tab set size to 58. from the background tab activate image and browse to where you've stored your panel.

TWEAK THE PANEL:

1: the icons are huge! copy the icons included in the download to /icons/elementary-mono-dark/panel/22

2: everything is horribly aligned! be sure you've removed any extra panel applets that won't fit. simply move around your applets until they fit then lock em in place

3: wtf is that shadow doing!? open CompizConfig from system>preference. under Effects click Window Decoration. in Shadow windows paste this
any & !(class=Gnome-panel)


UNSOLVED ISSUES:
the active menu item in global-menu. ugh
new notification icons mess up the icon alignment
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Another theme for AWN, emulating the dockbarx theme, ShinyBar by Levviathor [link] :D It contains 2 versions, for 37 and 46 icon size :) Hope you like it!


To install it, do the next steps:

1. Extract the .tgz file that you want to install.
2. Open "Preferences" of AWN.
3. Go to Themes.
4. Click on Install and search the file, then select it.


Tip: To make it look like the preview, change this on the Advance settings on AWN:

Panel offset: 0
Monitor Y-offset: 0
Reflection alpha-multiplier: 0.000
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Inspiration: [link]
Some Artwork from here: 365psd.com

INFO:
This is the first, there was no other before it

Contains 2 Styles, With, and without Cover art.
It has the seekbar on the bottom, and the ratings are the dots.
This is also my first Skin! please give some comments and suggestions (:

Instructions:
1 unpack folder.
2 move to "~/.CoverGloobus/themes/" if the folder does not exist, create it.
3 Done! go through the properties and select the theme.

Update v1.1
Bug fixes

PORTS:
CD Art Display : Click 2 For CD Art Display ~ Provided by: ~parry

VARIANTS:
Covergloobus : X3ME - Covergloobus ~ Provided by: ~ALEX3ME
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My most favorite Desktop :D

Ubuntu 10.04
Gtk+: elementary
Panel icons: white token
Wall: [link]
DockbarX Theme: Deep [link]

Apps:
Firefox nightly build + elementary tweaks
Dockbarx from latest bzr
nautilus elementary
Conky
Panflute
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Thanks for using my 7Like gnomenu theme version 1.0
This menu uses its own icon theme for the icon box

You can see it in action here :
[link]

Credits to :

The menu base (because i suck at coding :P)
[link]

For the original base and inspration for the menu
[link]

HOW TO INSTALL :

Extract copy the 7Like folder in the menu to

/usr/share/gnomenu/Themes/Menu

And the 7Like buttons to
/usr/share/gnomenu/Themes/Button
Enjoy if you like it comment and +fav
blitz-bomb.deviantart.com
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This is a GNOME Shell theme based on the Elementary Luna OS theme.

Elementary OS [link]

Elementary icons by DanRabbit [link]

Wallpaper by Islingt0ner


Light Version


Modded Version


Elementary Luna GTK3 Theme


Instructions:

Please avoid a manual install and use the GNOME Tweak Tool, it's much easier.

You can use the gnome-shell theme extension for easier switching of themes.

GNOME Tweak Tool

Make sure you have user-theme-extension installed. Load the GNOME Tweak Tool and go to Shell Extensions and click the "Use Theme Extension" switch. Now go to "Theme" and click the Shell Theme box and locate your theme zip. Now you can select the theme in the dropdown box. Make sure you selection the right version for the GNOME version you have, otherwise the theme will not show properly.

If you run GNOME 3.4, just extract the 3.4 version to ~/.themes

License: GPL3

Compatibility: 3.2/3.4

Update 8th Aug 2011

- Improved switches to look better with the theme.

- Small Misc fixes.

Update 8th October 2011

- Added GNOME Shell 3.2 compatibility.

Update 13th October 2011

- Fixed lockup while searching(3.2).
- Themed contacts in search(3.2).

Update 18th October 2011

- Fixed search overview icon size so it's the same as the application overview size.

Update - 24th October 2011

(3.2 Version)
- Found a way to make hover on running apps show indicator.
- Added fake shadow effect to popup menu being as box-shadow can't be used.
- Made all dialogues consistently dark instead of grey.
- Workspace switcher and app switcher look consistent with the theme.
- Fixed shared buttons.
- fixed media buttons.

Update - 2nd January 2012

- Better popup submenu.
- Better panel button hover colour.

Update - 28th March 2012

- Added GNOME Shell 3.4 compatibility

Update -3rd May 2012

- Fixed scaling issues in the application overview for 3.4.
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You asked for it... Couldn't come up with a fancy name so I aptly named it "BOX". Enjoy :)
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Tray Icons for Gnome v0.9 Dark version

The new stuff here is:


Update:
12/05: New battery icons with different versions, log-out, turn-off and cable connection. Also different versions for the start-here and the volume icons.
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The is a GNOME panel theme pack based on my Docky themes. Five matching themes.

Docky Themes

Other Packs


Instructions

Right click the panel>Properties>Background>Background Image and locate the svg file you want.

Panel Fix
[link]
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