A theme that looks best with the black and white 2 icon theme
- Extract the Azel-Pack archive anywhere you want and install Azel and Azel-Regular through the theme manager.
- Select the Azel window border if you prefer buttons on the left (as in the screenshot) or Azel Regular if you prefer them on the right.
- If you have selected the Azel window border , open gconf-editor, go to apps->metacity-> general and change the button_layout to close,maximize,minimize:menu .
- If you are using compiz , open gconf-editor, go to apps->gwd and set metacity_theme_opacity to 1 . Then, go to apps->compiz->plugins->decoration->allscreens->options and set shadow_opacity to 0.85 , shadow_radius to 8.5 , shadow_x_offset to 0 and shadow_y_offset to 4 .
- If you are using the deskbar applet, go to the theme folder and sudo cp -R deskbar-applet-panel-h.png /usr/share/deskbar-applet/art/ .
- There is also included a chrome folder for firefox inside the gtk theme folder.
- If you are not using the globalmenu applet , uncomment (remove the # symbol) the line include "no-globalmenu.rc" on the bottom of the theme's gtkrc file.
- If you are using Mplayer , extract the contents of the Azel-mplayer archive into ~/.mplayer/skins.
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What's New in This Release:
- This update should have come six months ago, unfortunately at that time i had abandoned Gnome in favor of the more modern (and buggy as i was about to find out) KDE. Anyway, this is mainly a bug fix release, so many long standing problems should now be fixed.