Murribex is an Ubuntu interpretation of Murrine, inspired by Intrepid Ibex.
- gtk2 theme, based on Human-Murrine
- metacity theme, based on Mist
bg_color #EFEBE7 (inherited from Human-Murrine)
base_color #FFFFFF (inherited from Human-Murrine)
selected_bg_color #FB8B00 (Orange Base color from official Ubuntu Palette)
tooltip_bg_color #F5F5B5 (inherited from Human-Murrine)
1) Extract the contents into /usr/share/themes folder or into ~/.themes folder
2) Apply the theme
3) Start gconf-editor in order to change the following properties, adding transparency effect for metacity borders:
- /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_active_opacity = 0.75
- /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_active_shade_opacity = checked
- /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_opacity = 0.75
- /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_shade_opacity = unchecked
4) Start ccsm (CompizConfig Setting Manager) in order to change the following properties, adding transparency effect for panels and menus:
- Click "General Options"
- Go to "Opacity Settings" tab
- Click "New" button below
- Set "Opacity window values" = 90
- Set "Opacity windows" - "Dock | Menu | Tooltip | PopupMenu | DropdownMenu"
- Click "Close" button and close ccsm window
5) Reconfigure the current profile of gnome-terminal, changing the colors and adding tranparency effect:
- Click Edit/Current Profile...
- Go to "Colors: tab
- Set "Text color" = "#FFFFFF"
- Set "Background color" = "#282828"
- Go to "Effects" tab
- Turn on transparency effect and set transparency level = ~70%
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