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Subtle changes to the default Ubuntu Human Theme including ubuntulooks progressbars, lower contrast (softer look), and a darker color base. A refreshing new look yet still retaining integrity of the original Human Theme.
Create a new look for Jaunty maintaining the warmness of the original Human theme.
Murrine Engine: This theme is based on current development version of murrine 0.90.2.
GNOME-Human Colors Icon Theme: This theme utilizes the deafult Human Icon Theme.
One Panel Desktop: This themes utilizes GNOME-Do (Docky) also in developement.
New font: This theme utilizes Droid Sans font in Jaunty (apt-get install ttf-droid).
Source : Launchpad
This theme utilizes the latest murrine engine 0.90.1.
Background by Daniel Planas : jauntysimple
- Fixed index theme
Added DarkRoom Metacity
- Complete re-write based on common-gtkrc for murrine
- Updated color scheme (Moved from bright orange to a more subdued variant)
- New color scheme
- Maintain Murrine SVN (r137) based gtkrc
- Bring back some warmth from the original theme
- Code clean up
- changes remain subtle but in comparison vastly different from past Human
- speed is noticibly faster (code reduction common-gtkrc)
- Raised overall contrast on theme
- Darker gradients on buttons
- Changed radio/check buttons to use murrine engine (r137)
Murrine SVN Engine
- Added tweaked CLASSIC / Edge metacity theme
Breathe Icon Set breathe-icon-theme_0.1_all.deb
- Another complete rewrite based on the common-gtkrc
- Several new options added from Murrine 0.90.1
- Uses Human-metacity
- Darker base
- All Ubuntulooks mix options replaced with shade
- New scrollbars
- New sliders
GtkMenuBar ::shadow-type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE
GtkToolbar ::shadow-type = GTK_SHADOW_NONE
- New Metacity (lighter) based on Clearlooks
- Changed progressbarstyle = striped
Comparison of obvious improvements
I very much like this idea. I think some things from the Wormhole theme should be mixed with this. I think font that you are using looks really good as long as it isn't bold, like in the title bar and on the desktop. I also think we should set it up with more than one color. Even though the color for Ubuntu is orange, I still think we should have the same sort of options as gnome-colors has. Lastly you should try cairo-dock. [http://www.cairo-dock.org/ww_page.php?p=From%20the%20repository&lang=en for the repositories, or http://developer.berlios.de/project/showfiles.php?group_id=8724 for the .deb] It works great and looks very modern. Also a ton of features. But good work. -Nate Wiebe
I'm having a bug with this theme under firefox. The toolbar's text (file, edit, etc) is white. I'm under Intrepid, XFCE, and i think (not sure :p) my murrine engine is up-to-date. Mind having a look ? Thanks in advance. - Steve Dodier.