Re: [Nautilus-list] Replacing the GNOME theme
- From: Seth Nickell <snickell stanford edu>
- To: andy differnet com
- Cc: Seth Nickell <snickell stanford edu>, nautilus-list eazel com
- Subject: Re: [Nautilus-list] Replacing the GNOME theme
- Date: 04 Jun 2001 04:42:16 -0700
Its checked in after Darin had no problems with it, clearly we can make
any changes you want. Ben is using an upper-lefts compatible "i-regular"
already (the only icon that's significantly different from the old gmc
icons), and has setup positioning, so we should be good on that front.
On 03 Jun 2001 19:36:41 -0700, Andy Hertzfeld wrote:
> Hi Seth,
> Where can I see the revision? I agree that we should make the
> GNOME theme as good as we can, even if it's not the default. My only big
> problem with it is that its pointy document icon doesn't have any room for
> embedded text; I wonder if we could fix that?
> -- Andy
> Seth Nickell wrote:
> > Andy et al,
> > Does anyone have objections if I replace the existing GNOME theme in CVS
> > with Ben FrantzDale's excellent revision of such? Basically its a more
> > stylish arrangement of the same icons (with subtle dropshadows, and some
> > higher resolution versions of things like folders), and a sidebar that
> > looks nice based off Crux (different colour). Very similar, just a theme
> > that I'd actually consider using.
> > For better or worse a number of packagers (it sounds like RedHat will)
> > intend to use the GNOME theme by default, so it'd be nice to have
> > distribute a version of the GNOME theme that actually excercises the
> > many graphical improvements we have made over gmc. If people wanted to
> > preserve the existing GNOME Theme for whatever reason, I could also
> > check it in as "gnome-1.4" or something like that.
> > cheers,
> > -Seth
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