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Mint 2.0 by Lokheed Mint 2.0 by Lokheed
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A GTK+ Pixmap theme. Stylish and smooth, Mint is refined and distilled for maximum aesthetic enjoyment and functionality. Run Linux in style.

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Mint 2.0 GTK+ Theme
Mint BMP/XMMS Skin
Clearbox Refined Metacity Theme
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DiaouL Featured By Owner May 3, 2006
In this folder : ".themes"
It's in your personnal folder...
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gabehcuod Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2006
It was a suprise seeing you here. I just linked to this theme on gnome-look last night, in the description of a screenshot I posted.

Great work, anyway.
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Lokheed Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks :ahoy:
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AnXa Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2006
Looks prettier than the vista crap out there...
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Lokheed Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
hehe, thanks :D
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vocopacus Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2006
Awesome awesome awesome!
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Lokheed Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks a lot :D
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nirev Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2006
Really nice.
Thankz for it. ^^
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raeth Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006
Very nice, but as with all pixmap themes, slow on my machine, rendering it useless to me.
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Lokheed Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006  Professional Interface Designer
Not this one. I had heard that too and the response I got from everyone is that is fast or if not faster than most coded themes (aka clearlooks). I had a developer contact me a while ago showing me evidence of this as well. I am running it and I would say that is clocks in faster than Clearlooks. Not to mention that all the png's are mostly grayscale and amount to about 300 (+/- 100) bytes each. Check it out and see for yourself I guess ;)
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