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CurvyLooks 0.4 RC1: Almost GNOME 3-ready!

April 10th, 2011 No comments

After over three years, CurvyLooks has an update! Yes, folks – this time it’s for GNOME 3 support….well, almost. It is based heavily on the Adwaita GNOME theme (in fact, simply copied verbatim in many parts). Unfortunately, I’ve not been able to adequately set the menu item and notebook-tag coloring, so those parts still look a little bit ugly. I’ve been trying to tweak the Adwaita theme on a trial-and-error basis to see how to do this, to no avail. Contributions welcomed! πŸ˜‰
Also, I need to post more often on here…this I have decided.

CurvyLooks: What Do Users Want?

March 5th, 2009 2 comments

It has been nearly a year since the last release of my CurvyLooks theme. This isn’t from lack of ability or intent, but solely due to lack of necessity: Nothing has become broken or dysfunctional (to my knowledge) and I’ve not really had any further itches to scratch with it. I’ve not done anything with the theme recently simply because it still works as I want it to. However, I’m going to be just a little bit egotistical about it and assume that there are at least a few people out there who actually find it useful. In that case – and I’m definitely opening up a potentially large can of worms with this question – what do you want from the theme? Is there anything missing that would be cool to have added, perhaps? Something wrong with the color scheme somwhere that needs fixing? I need input!

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