I fell in love with this OS! And its still only the unstable build!
However i don't like the default icons on it.So i changed them.The indicator icons as well as the symbolic icons are however extremely well done so it took me an awful lot of time to change the faience icon set to keep them!If u want to use the faience icon set while keeping the indicators download these folders and place/replace the in your /home/.icons folder:[link]
And make sure u select the Faience CLEAR them!!!!Anything else wont work!!!If then u want to change the color of the folders change the places folder inside Faience OCRE.Srry but i barely managed to do this >_>
It is a simple, elegance, perfect Gnome-Shell theme, which was designed to provide the maximum usability for everyday usage, bringing the elegance and beautiful to the desktop at the same time. Inspired (most of the elements) by the new Mountain Lion OSX, as well as themes and other elements from the various artist on deviantART. Mountain Shell brings the best features from every single one of them. ______________________________________________________________________________
Including: - Minimalistic, simple, beautiful, elegant look - New pane - New switch ON/OF buttons - OS X Mountain Lion Overview/Workspaces look - Simple, fast, responsive, beautiful menu selection - New arrow workspace switch - New calendar current day selection
& some more new good looking elements.
Extra: GTK Theme [link] (Adwaita Cupertino L modified by Me... and thx to Delta909 for the traffic lights). ______________________________________________________________________________
Installation: Extract the downloaded folder into /usr/share/themes/ ... or into home/.themes/
If the workspace background does not fit your monitor, i have included various background sizes. They are in the theme folder (Mountain Shell/gnome-shell/Workspace Backgrounds/). All you have to do is pick background that fits your monitor resolution and replace the current one (Mountain Shell/gnome-shell/worspace-backround.png).
If you have any suggestion, please write them down... just to make the theme more beautiful. And... sure favs are welcomed
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.)
Edit 07-08-2013: Replaced Background Image for preview. Edit 07-06-2013: Just some minor adjustments.
OS: Mint 15 x64
DE: Cinnamon Wallpaper: Blue York by [link] Cinnamon Theme: Tyr by [link] Icon Theme: Faience icon theme by [link] GTK3 Theme: GTK3+Gnome Shell - Faience by [link] Docky Theme: elementary for docky by [link]
Conky: From Conky Manager App: [link] Covergloobus Theme: Curl for Covergloobus by [link] Montiro PSD: Apple Thunderbolt Display PSD By [link]
DE: Gnome-Shell 3.4.2 GTK3 Theme: Zukitwo by [link] Metacity: elementary gtk theme by [link] Gnome-Shell: GNOME Shell: Nord by [link] Icon Theme: Combonation of Faience icons [link] and Faenza Icons [link] by Conky: Grey Scale Conky Mod by [link] Covergloobus: Curl for Covergloobus by [link] Wallpaper: PinguyOS Blue Grain Lomo by [link]
DE: Gnome-Shell Wallpaper: PinguyOS Gnomish Beige Grain Wallpaper by [link] GTK3/Gnome-Shell/Metacity Themes: Gnomish Beige by [link] Icon Theme: AwOken by [link] Conkyrc: Grey Scale Conky Mod by [link] Covergloobus: Covergloobus: Curl for Covergloobus by [link]
What is quick shot? It's an idea that I make a screenshot (snapshot) of my desktop and update it whenever I change something. Why? If I make several screenshots every week, it is nothing more than spam. So I think it is better, if I make a continuous update of this deviation. And if I change more than only my wallpaper or a shadow of my windows, then I'lll post a new deviation. What do you think? If you like this idea, you can fave this and you'll see often small changes of my desktop... sometimes daily. If not you can ignore this and all will be good.
KDE 4.9 - Bespin - BE::Shell - BeClock
What has changed?
- wallpaper ( [link] ) - cursor ( [link] ) - some small changes here and there -> all in all pretty much the same setup as in last scrot
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 .....
The current setup, Openbox on top of Debian Wheezy, as usual. I've discovered that PCManFM looks great with Zukitwo, so a big thank you goes out to Lassekongo for that. I've put together an Openbox theme for use with Zukitwo, but I'm not sure about the buttons yet... Anyways, the details:
I just wanted something like Amana2 [link] style on my linux desktop Ubuntu 12.04 (Beta1). Top panel little bugged for me. So I used tint2-panel (with unity tray) GTK-theme - default (mod) WM [link] (fix title) Wallpaper [link] Tray icons - [link] Pidgin [link] Font - Lato Apps - tint2, nautilus, feh, daedbeef, pidgin, covergloobus, conky (clock, battery, weather, mail)
P.S. preview broke fonts. so for better look just need download