I'm starting to dislike the intense shadows in mutter. They need to be made configurable. :/ I'm also disliking the lack of good application design in the foss world. Just a plain nautilus window for now because couldn't really figure out what else to display. Wallpaper:[link] (Slightly modified. The original can be seen in the right pic.) Shell theme:[link] with a modified panel. GTK/Mutter theme:[link] Pic:[link] Icons: Faenza and [link] Font: Liberation Sans Narrow Apps: Screenlets (slideshow), nautilus, awn, conky.
Fresh install of Crunchbang Waldorf, loving the minimalism of it so far, this shot was inspired by *wiscot's latest shot here[link] awesome work on this bro, anyways if you have any questions just ask .....
Theme contains some OS X-like widgets, so if you're alergic to anything mac-ish...
1.01 - bugfix for strange colors in Gnome 3.6.2 1.02 - some icons were too small - fixed
extract .zip archive and copy "elementaryfly" folder to your ".themes" folder (hidden in home folder), or if you don't have one - create it.
Theme was designed for Ubuntu 12.10 and is working well on Unity and Gnome-Classic. Elementaryish is based on Greybird so it should work with Xfce.
Theme was designed to use with patched Nautilus 3.4 (you can download it from Webupd8 repository), and should work well with normal Nautilus 3.4. But i don't know how it'll look with Nautilus 3.6.
Theme was designed to use with globalmenu, i have no idea how menubar looks in this theme
To developers from Shimmer Project - they made Graybird which is base for my themes. To DanRabbit - designer and developer of original elementary theme. To Trastes - creator of theme Advaita Cupertino - i've borrowed few lines of his excellent code