Equinox Baery is a theme that uses the Equinox GTK Engine which is based on the beautiful Aurora engine. Basically, this theme is a modified version of Equinox Radiance.
The reason I modified this already awesome theme was because I was unhappy with the dark GNOME panel. Baery has a light panel along with some other small changes.
How to install?
1. Install the Equinox GTK Engine
2. To install the theme, extract the content of the archive in your ~/.themes folder. But if you have root privileges, it's better to install it to /usr/share/themes so all users including root can use the theme.
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· Equinox GTK Engine
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Metacity theme replaced by the Metacity theme from Equinox Light by Matthieu James.