[ubuntu-art] // wider opinion of Dust theme from Ubuntu users //

Rico Sta. Cruz dropbox at ambiescent.com
Mon Sep 1 16:24:18 BST 2008

Re: min-max-close buttons:
They're a bit fixed on the Dust-2 attachment in the wiki page. However,
they're still not proper min-max-close buttons. Gotta make better ones...

Btw, I did the wallpaper (and the Dust concepts). I'm glad someone likes it
:) Any more feedback on how Dust can be improved?

Best regards,

Mr.doob wrote:
>> i thought it's perhaps worth drawing attention to the 'public'
>> appreciation of the Dust theme mockups:
>>        http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/12479/
>>        http://www.lunduke.com/?p=116
>> both of the above URL's had around 1.5k diggs and no less than 200
>> comments.
>> there is some worthy criticism/commentary in those threads. clearly Dust
>> is a direction worth following.
>> the first mockup didn't grab me all that much but this is certainly
>> going places, save perhaps the folder icons themselves (which look a
>> little stale, IMO. maybe it's that the grey in the 'dusty' window BG is
>> pulling in the grey from the folders too much, flattening them out):
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Incoming/Intrepid/DustTheme?action=AttachFile&do=view&target=ibexconcept.jpg
>> cheers!
>> --
>> julian oliver
>> http://julianoliver.com
> Hello hello!
> New guy on the block, take it as my presentation email. I doubt I'll
> be able to start helping for this cycle, but I'll try to give it a
> hand wherever I can. I wonder if someone could point me in the right
> direction in order to get started on this? Like an app to build your
> own theme? Btw... I'll try to don't top-post, but I think you guys
> should consider if it's really worth the rule (I'm not aware of the
> logic behind it, I guess it's because it's "easier" to follow the
> conversation, which is something arguable).
> Ok, neither I know how can I reply to an email that was sent to the
> list BEFORE I subscribed to it, so I'll try faking it, hope it
> works....
> Julian, first of all, it's great to see guys like you (amazing
> projects) around here, and second... that wallpaper is brilliant! I
> would really like to see something along those lines on the default
> wallpaper, did you do it?
> Also, whoever is working on this Dust theme, maybe you should be
> careful on how much margin/padding the top/right panel has. I'll put
> two links to illustrate my point:
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Incoming/Intrepid/DustTheme?action=AttachFile&do=view&target=ubuntudust.jpg
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Incoming/Intrepid/DustTheme?action=AttachFile&do=view&target=dust-color-1b.png
> The original mock-up had the close button nicely aligned with the
> corner of the window. The working theme didn't follow that and it
> looks a bit "messy". Apart from that, I think it can work very well.
> Just for the laughs (or hates), I'm right now using this theme:
> http://www.ubuntu-art.org/content/show.php/KDE4+Oxygen+new+port+for+GNOME?content=86653
> Which I guess I'll keep using until something like Dust is available.
> That's it by now.
> Cheers!
> --
> Mr.doob
> http://mrdoob.com
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