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|=== V. 0.4 ===
* add gradient_shades to buttons and menuitem;
* menuitem-select and buttons a bit more dark;
* menu background like bg_color;
* some bug fix;
=== V. 0.3 ===
* buttons with less roundness;
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| * [[attachment:Naxos-0.4.tar.gz]]
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"Naxos Intrepid" is a theme inspired from Kith Intrepid. The goal of the theme is make a new art theme that can be practicable with actual stable tecnology but easily extensible with future tecnology.
Currently the theme not uses Emeraland but Metacity, because the theme might be uses by many people and compiz at the moment is not usable for all.
As engine I use murrine-svn.
As Wallpaper, for screenshoot, at the moment I use Kithkin_grill .
- Bug-Fix for gtkrc and metacity.
- Improve coerency.
- Search (or make?) a wallpaper.
- Make emeraland theme.
- Make a deb package.
- add gradient_shades to buttons and menuitem;
- menuitem-select and buttons a bit more dark;
- menu background like bg_color;
- some bug fix;
- buttons with less roundness;
- Migrated from murrine engine to murrine-svn;
- Remove line shadow on menubar and toolbar: GTK_SHADOW_NONE, GTK_SHADOW_NONE
- Improve coerency of menu;
- Improve buttons;
- Some bug-fix.
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