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Beryl/Emerald Themes

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After growing tired of the Vista theme i was using, i realised that what i liked about it was the larger than normal “close” button. So i decided to make my own theme with nice, large buttons. I liked the idea of a big X to close windows and didn't want any colour, because that would be too distracting.

I made maximize/restore and minimize buttons, but a) they were a bit ugly, b) i never really used the buttons themselves and c) there was (and still seems to be) a bug when the buttons have transparency, that the buttons don't hide after mouse-off, so every time you mouse-over the semi-transparent buttons get brighter and brighter. I think it's in the bug tracker but hasn't been fixed yet.

Anyway, i made this theme for myself and the way i use the interface. But, if anyone else likes it and uses it, that would be great :)

aneochron

12 years ago

Great! Who needs those other buttons anyway.

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bg1256

12 years ago

I miss the minimize / maximize buttons. It would be even better with them.

However, I really appreciate the uniqueness of your work! Nice job!

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SkinnyC

12 years ago

hey, thanks a lot for the feedback. Glad you like it. You can turn the max/minimise buttons back on fairly easily (go to Edit Themes > Titlebar > Title-bar object layout and add 'NX' before the 'C'), but the buttons aren't very attractive.

I'm working on making better looking ones though. Ones that will fix in better with the X

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bg1256

12 years ago

I like it as it is, but I do miss minimize / maximize buttons.

But good, unique work.

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