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Cadmium Suite by spliceosome Cadmium Suite by spliceosome

CADMIUM SUITE



Information


NAME: Cadmium
VERSION: 0.3.1
AUTHOR: spliceosome
URL: spliceosome.deviantart.com

Description


A metallic, mac-inspired theme designed to be both aesthetically pleasing and functional. This package includes two styles: Regular and Gloss. Includes GTK, Metacity, Emerald, CoverGloobus, and Chrome/Chromium skins.

Requirements



  • Equinox engine [link]

  • Murrine engine (In Mint/Ubuntu this should be installed by default or at least found in the repositories. For other users, [link]).



Installation


To install the theme:
1) Open Appearance settings. Click on Theme tab.
2) Drag Cadmium-0.1.tar.gz file into the Appearance window.

To install the Emerald theme:
1) Open Emerald Theme Manager.
2) Click on Import.
3) Navigate to the directory where you extracted the theme.
4) Select Cadmium.emerald.

To install CoverGloobus Theme:
1) On your keyboard, press ALT+F2. Type in "gksudo nautilus" without the quotes. Navigate to where you extracted the theme pack.
2) Extract the Cadmium-CoverGloobus folder into /usr/share/covergloobus/themes/.

Panel Settings
You must set the panel background manually. Right click on any empty space on the panel, select Properties. Select the Background tab, and choose Background image. The panel backgrounds are found in ~/.themes/Cadmium/Panel Backgrounds directory.

Credits



  • Theme code based on weakhead's Elementary EM and danrabbit's elementary.

  • CoverGloobus theme based on gabriela2400's APPOWS theme

  • Chrome based on marcogandi's elementary-chromium theme

  • Used Plastique3 metacity as a basis for the metacity themes

  • Used elementary-mod breadcrumbs



Changelog



  • 0.3.1 Includes Metacity Themes for both styles. Made breadcrumbs lighter in Cadmium, and added different breadcrumbs for Cadmium-Gloss.

  • 0.3 Just some minor changes to the Cadmium-Gloss Emerald theme. There is also now a CoverGloobus Theme for Cadmium-Gloss

  • 0.2 Included glossy version. No arrow now for GNOME main menu (thanks arialis111 for the fix).

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:iconhoseimz:
thanks i used covergloobus theme
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:iconjmcknight:
While not related to the aesthetic part of the theme itself, you need to be better aware of your file permissions. I'd say about 90% of the files have executable permissions.
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:iconjmcknight:
While this is a gorgeous theme, you need to fix the permissions of the files contained within the zip file. Pretty much everything has executable permissions which is completely unnecessary.
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:iconjoanrodriguez:
joanrodriguez Oct 23, 2010
fantastic
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:iconwishypw:
wishypw Aug 6, 2010  Hobbyist Interface Designer
this theme is beautiful!
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:iconubuntupunk:
Where do I get the icons minimu2-monochrome? can't seem to find them
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:iconspliceosome:
Sorry, it's an icon theme I haven't released yet based on rad-e8's Minium2 icons [link]
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:iconubuntupunk:
Thanks for the link.

I'm really enjoying this theme a lot. Love the detail. Just a few issues though. I get this error in my terminal and in .xsession-errors. Looks like missing information?


/.themes/Cadmium-Gloss/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:870: Background image options specified without filename
/.themes/Cadmium-Gloss/gtk-2.0/eog.rc:24: error: invalid string constant "theme-scrollbar", expected valid string constant
/.themes/Cadmium-Gloss/gtk-2.0/icons/iconrc:84: Unable to locate image file in pixmap_path: "panel-screenshot.png"
/.themes/Cadmium-Gloss/gtk-2.0/icons/iconrc:86: Unable to locate image file in pixmap_path: "panel-find.png"
/.themes/Cadmium-Gloss/gtk-2.0/icons/iconrc:87: Unable to locate image file in pixmap_path: "stock_multimedia.png"
/.themes/Cadmium-Gloss/gtk-2.0/icons/iconrc:88: Unable to locate image file in pixmap_path: "gnome-logo.png"
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:iconkingbeef:
my new theme - thanks
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:iconpsychodevon:
PsychoDevon Jul 26, 2010
the scrollbars appear to be messed up with both themes for me.
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