Ambiance-bordered (no desktop effects) Natty
A mod of the Ambiance theme for Ubuntu 11.04
- There is now a dark border around the window contents for easier visibility of the window edge in the absence of a compositing engine's shadows. A side-benefit of this change is that it is now much easier to resize the window borders by dragging the edges.
- Pop-up menu boundaries are now slightly darker, improving their visibility.
How to install?
· Copy the folder "Ambiance-bordered" into your ~/.themes folder, or into /usr/share/themes to install for all users (including "sudo" applications).
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