A winter GTK theme
Credits go to the creators of the following themes from which I borrowed colors:
- All of the Murrina "candy" themes
Recommended window wecoration:
Ordinary Blue Glass: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ordinary?content=127625
You'll need the Murrine gtk engine and optionally the argb module and a compositing window manager for the transparency goodness.
To get all the fancy transparency effects follow this guide to install the argb gtk module:
You won't have to set anything in gnome-color-chooser; just install the argb module and set the theme.
Extract to /usr/share/themes or ~/.themes like any other gtk theme.
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