[ubuntu-art] New Wave User Requests

SorinN nemes.sorin at gmail.com
Sat Jul 18 08:01:58 BST 2009

Well - mode color versions - the Blue version like Blue Wave, possibility to
switch to normal ( old ) combo-box style for opening / listing  options for
all applications ( because is better - Gnome does not do a better thing with
the "new" combo-boxes opening style from an Usability point of view, also
the new style has not a good implementation ), possibility to choose where
the arrows for scrollbars will stay ( 1 up, 1 down ; both down; etc )

Globally is one of the best Gnome modern themes - simply and elegant - not
bloated, and with unity of style. Normally I switch between Redmond and New
Wave, Blue Wave, and New Flow Wave which implement a colored state for the
active tab which is a very good / usable addition to New Wave.

2009/7/18 Antonio <ankere at gmail.com>

> В 13:40 -0700 на 17.07.2009 (пт), Chris Tooley написа:
> > I would like to see what you can do with a white version. Or a really
> > lightly coloured one, maybe a sandy/cream coloured one (light green)?
> > I love New Wave btw. It's my current theme on Ubuntu at my home
> > desktop.
> >
> > Thanks for your hard work in New Wave!
> > -Chris
> Me thank you :) Making another theme with different color is possible
> but very time consuming. I have thought about this a lot but as massive
> changes in Gnome 3.0 are coming I think it is better to wait and see
> what happens. In the meantime there are some derivatives of the theme
> that are lighter and with different colors. Check some here:
> http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Light+Wave?content=108127
> http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/NewWave-GreyMOD?content=100683
> http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/NewWave+violet+mod?content=101415
> Anton
> P.S. The last one may work for females better (remember we talked about
> more feminine theme).
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Nemes Ioan Sorin
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