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Beryl/Emerald Themes

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A nice, light maccy theme for KDE
Enjoy this, and please comment any suggestions you have.

Overall design, QtCurve theme,
Color scheme, (partial) Emerald theme:
SaikoBee

Design suggestions,
The freakin' sweet buttons for the Emerald theme:
Pox "Insane Vector Man"

Special thanks:
Snicket, for coming up with the name for this theme!

sousuke

11 years ago

Say, what msn/aim program are you using?

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SaikoBee

11 years ago

Kopete

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pox

11 years ago

the buttons are pretty pro... must have been a real artiste who made them >_>

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SaikoBee

11 years ago

I wonder who that'd be..

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Fri13

11 years ago

I like this style, it's not like Vista style or MacOSX style, much more own style than most new Beryl styles....

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SaikoBee

11 years ago

Thanks. That's what I was going for. =D

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T1m

11 years ago

I like it! Quite original.

I Can't wait for Ubuntu 7.04 to come out so I can try beryl.

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SaikoBee

11 years ago

Thanks! I'm not a big fan of flaming Vista/MacOSX ripoffs.

Just out of curiosity, I'm not an Ubuntu-ite, why do you have to wait till that version before you can use Beryl?

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T1m

11 years ago

Technically you don't have to wait.
I have tried to install beryl but there was somthing wrong with the package for my kernel version.
Feisty Fawn will just make it a lot easier to install beryl. (only 5 more days!)

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pox

11 years ago

I'm running BerylSVN very nicely on xubuntu 6.10... there's no reason at all you'd need to wait for 7. Plenty of guides for installing all versions of Beryl on Dapper/Edgy.

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