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OS: Ubuntu 11.10
DE: Gnome-Shell
Wallpaper: Smooky Ice by =KINGMANI100: [link]
GTK3 Theme: Boomerang by ~ghogaru: [link]
Gnome-Shell Theme: GNOME Shell - Elementary by *half-left: [link]
Icon Theme: Faience icon theme by ~tiheum: [link]
Dock: Docky: Theme: Greyscale: Pre-Installed
Conky: My Mod: [link]
Covergloobus: Elementary Covergloobus 1.0 - by ~Orsobasso: [link]
Apps: Nautilus, Calculator, Totem
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OS: Ubuntu 10.10
DE: Gnome 2.32
Wallpaper: Turquoise and Shades by *Pulicoti: [link]
GTK Theme: Orta by ~SkiesOfAzel: [link]
Icon Theme: Faenza Cupertino: Webupd8 PPA: [link]
Mouse Cursor Theme: DMZ White: OS Default
Conky: Conky Miui by ~BigRZA: [link]
Covergloobus Theme: Smaller Screen 4 Covergloobus by ~rafeviper: [link]
Apps: Nautilus Elementary, Calculator
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Ubuntu 11.10 Gnome-Shell Minimal

Was going for a minimal spartan look. :-)

OS: Ubuntu
DE: Gnome Shell
Wallpaper: Grey Wall by ~renegadesoldier: [link]
Gnome-Shell Theme: GNOME Shell - SLAVE by *half-left: [link]
GTK3 Theme: SLAVE - GTK3 by *half-left: [link]
Icon Theme: AwOken by *alecive: [link]
Mouse Cursor: Eclipse: [link]
Covergloobus Theme: Suave by ~awhite92: [link]
Conky: Mod by Me: [link]
Apps: Nautilus, Calculator
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ArchLinux running gnome-shell 3.4. Plain and simple just as I like it.

Apps:
- Midori
- Nautilus
- Avant-window-navigator

Wall: [link]
GTK theme: [link]
Mutter theme: [link]
Shell theme: WIP (Not sure if I'll release it because there are plenty of similar themes out there already.)
Fonts: Ubuntu and droid sans. (Using the infinality font patches with the OSX setting.)
AWN theme: Custom.
Icons: [link]


I must say Midori is a nice little browser. The only downsides are some bugs and the lack of some settings. (And that some addons won't work with js disabled globally.)
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Fedora 16 beta. Gnome-shell, avant-window-navigator, gnome-terminal, feh, nautilus.

GTK: Zukitwo - [link]
Shell theme: WIP
Icons: [link]
Wall: [link]
Pic: [link]
Font: Liberation Sans Narrow
Terminal font: Pragmata


:iconxx--s-t-a-c-e-y--xx: :iconmemovaslg: :icontiheum:
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Update: Made a couple updates to the shell theme, so I changed this screenshot a little bit.

Themes: [link]
Wall: Just a simple blue gradient.
Pic: [link]
Font: Trebuchet MS.
Icons: Faenza.
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Ask if you require anything.
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Mint 12 + Cinnamon + AWN + Conky
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OK so I couldn't keep to my new one screenshot a month rule.

I am using the new Linux Mint 13 RC. It's been pretty stable so far.

Yeah I have used this wallpaper before but I do really like it. Any questions please ask.

Oh yeah, cranking out the new Ahab album, which fucking kills.

Wallpaper image from here: [link]
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Ubuntu 11.10 Gnome Shell
GTK Theme: Ambiance
Shell Theme: Faience by *tiheum [link] a little modded by me (Fonts, and some transparences)
Icons: Not visible but use Faenza by *tiheum [link]
Wallpaper: I can't remember where i found so credits are no mine, but here it is [link]
Covergloobus: Lighting by ~leonardomdq [link] with some modes by me
Conky: By me [link] Inspired on Ballon Conky by ~iacoporosso [link]
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New work!

Ubuntu 11.10 Gnome Shell
GTK Theme: Ambiance
Shell Theme: Faience by *tiheum [link] a little modded by me (Fonts, and some transparences)
Font: Opificio
Icons: Faenza
Conky: The base is Conky Gray by SLK [link]
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This is the result of my test with Ubuntu 11.10 and Gnome-Shell. hope you liked it:

Conky
GTK and Shell: Zukitwo [link] by lassekongo83
Icons: Faenza

I only edited the font of the Shell, change Trebuchet MS for Segoe UI
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Ubuntu 11.10

GnomeShell: elementary mod by me [link]
wall: iglasses [link]
AWN Dock icon : ServianaGetPlus [link]
AWN Theme: Urban Dock [link]
Conky: Tab [link]
Covergloobus: Long Play [link]
Font: Aller (conky and gnome shell)

thanks for all credits :D

sorry for the image.
bandwidth killer
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Gnome Shell - eOS [link]

wall Overcast_mtk found on DA, this is not original link [link] thanks to *DocBerlin77

Icon Elementary Extras [link]


Conky:
- ConkyRipped mod [link]
- SimpleConkyDrive by me [link]

Covergloobus - Chibi Right [link]

Docky - Shadow [link]

Font - Droid Sans

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My Currently desktop :D
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Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot

Gnome Shell : Dark Shine --> [link]
AWN Dock icon : ServianaGetPlus [link]
Icon System : Faience azzur base on faenza [link]
AWN theme : zukitwo [link]
Conky : initiate mod by me [link]
File manager : Marlin [link]
Gtk3 : evolve [link]
Gtk3 window : elements [link]
Covergloobus : florence [link]
wall : Fork [link]
Firefox Theme : Adwaita [link]
StartPage : CloudGlass mod [link]

November Desktop for daily use :D
thanks to for all credits. great inspirations for me
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This is a GNOME Shell theme based on the default GTK theme (ambiance light) that comes with Ubuntu. The Ubuntu font is enabled by default in this theme so it fits better.

Wallpaper comes as part of Ubuntu 11.04.

3.4 Version


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. Unzip the file and load which version you want into the gnome tweak tool, i.e Ubuntu-Ambiance-3.2.zip

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>Shell Theme and click the box and locate your theme zip. Now you can select the theme in the dropdown box.

License: GPL3

Compatibility: GNOME 3.0.x/3.2

Update - 18th December 2011

- Added GNOME 3.2 compatibility.
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GNOME Shell theme with a cutting edge design. :p

Stripped Backgrounds By Alexander-GG

Variations on style Faenza by GuillenDesign

Variations 2 on style Faenza by GuillenDesign

Faenza icons by tiheum.

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. Load the zip file with the GNOME Tweak Tool

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>Shell Theme and click the box and locate your theme zip. Now you can select the theme in the dropdown box.

License: GPL

Compatibility: GNOME 3.2

Update - 26th Feb 2012.

- Added GNOME Shell 3.2 compatibility..
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This is a GNOME Shell theme based on the Elementary look at feel like the GTK2 theme.

Elementary icons by DanRabbit [link]

Wallpaper by Islingt0ner


Luna Version


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: GNOME 3.2/3.4.

Update - 18th October 2011

- Added GNOME 3.2 compatibility.

Update - 3rd April 2012

- Added GNOME 3.4 Compatibility.
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Screenshot of my Ubuntu 10.10 install
I really like slim and slimlock because they look slick and are light on the resources

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Theme: elegant brit (mod)
Icons: elementary (mod)
Dockbarx theme: brit
Wall: [link]
Slim+Slimlock theme: slim hud [link]
Firefox:Australis [link] (CSS mod)
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Another color experiment from me, this time: RED
Inspired by the awesome ZEBRA Litestep suite [link]

Ubuntu 10.04

Wall: the begging by SilenBlues - [link]

GTK: black-element by me - [link]

Dock icons: Token by brsev - [link] red mod by me

Dockbarx theme: Dock [link]

red conky by me
naranja conky [link] +covergloobus=ipodnavbar [link] mod

minimal elementary nautilus mod with red breadcrumbs

minimal firefox with userstyle.css [link]

start page by by ~k3ttc4r [link]
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Download:[link]
This is my ubuntu desktop for this month.
used icons: Black-Gnome by Moimeme
Token by ~brsev and some from me.
panel: dockbarx with own theme and agm.
wallpaper Blank 009267 by ~lethalNIK-ART
the lower panel is my conky setup using the token icon so its called "Tonky"
i know its a little bit messy with different spacing and other things but for now its alright
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I completely revamped my desktop on this one :P New dock, new icons, new theme, and new emerald. I was looking for a dark gtk theme and I went through several until I found this one. Its very nice and usable! I also made the switch to docky. Its is so much better than AWN in my opinion. The only drawback was customizing the icons. Docky doesnt offer this feature so I had to go into the system icon theme and manually change them myself. it was a pain in the ***.

Comments appreciated :)

Wallpaper: Off The Wall [link]
GTK: Kuroa [link]
Emerald: Little Glass [link]
Docky Theme: [link]
Icons: Mixed
Conky: By me
Covergloobus: Pixel [link]
Picture: [link]
VLC Video: 'Heroes' S02E03
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Ah, My favorite color :)
Im liking AWN 4 too ^_^

Wall: ?
Conky: Mod of my Zegoe for conky theme
AWN: Twilight by ~leonardomdq (modded) [link]
Picture: Hyla arborea 3 by ~naybetx [link]
Emerald: Silent Night (Mod) [link]
Gtk: Spacedust [link]
Dock Icons: Various - all modded by me to be black & white
start page by =Folter-x [link]
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Wallpaper: Thatched (mod) [link]
GTK: Kuroa (mod)
Emerald: [link]
Dock Icons: Amora
Conky: By me (released - see my gallery)
Startpage: Estacado (mod) [link]
Docky: [link]
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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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gota do a submission for my birthday. =D i whipped this up tonight. love it! its loosely based on APPOWS and the Maverick sound panel. uses Droid Sans
CAD port by ~parry
update2: added seekbar support requires CG 1.7.6
update: i changed up the colors very slightly, and added more contrast to the buttons, and added rating

enjoy!
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Gela - Simple, Clean, Beauty, Gnome shell theme (3.6.*)
(Possible errors, please let me know)

Looking at the abundance of dark themes for Gnome shell, I always wanted to try to create their own theme based on bright colors. I took as a basis for three themes.
I love the minimalism and clear lines.
This is what I strive to create this theme.

I would be glad if someone else will like my work. Use, modify ... and comment.

Sorry, for my bad english...
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Other versions:
Gela Basic (no transperancy): [link]
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Older versions for Gnome 3.4:
Gela shell theme for gnome 3.4.* [link]
Gela basic shell theme for gnome 3.4.* [link]
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Changelog:
12.11.12 - Increased the size of the system status icons
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