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Re: Nodoka - Fedora Theme Draft



Oke lets start with what i like :)
- Thin borders are good
- window decorations itself (without the buttons) are good

What i don`t like
- all the buttons you made so far..

The reason for the buttons.. they somehow just doesn`t seem to fit in the decoration itself.
i don`t really know how to make that better..

It seems to me, that the final stage of WM
theme mockups is drawing to an end, as I have finally drawn some buttons
I quite like :)

not really unless your not gonna make a taskbar and menubar stuff.


2007/6/10, Martin Sourada <martin sourada seznam cz>:
Well, another I made another pack of sketches. This time I focused on
the variant with thin borders, so I left the first one untouched. There
are different buttons in the thin borders variant as I wanted to test
how will it look. I made three another button sketches, however I most
like the current one and I am not at all satisfied with the last two -
it was just a test... I updated the wiki page [1], so you find all I
just talked about there. It seems to me, that the final stage of WM
theme mockups is drawing to an end, as I have finally drawn some buttons
I quite like :)

What do you think of it? Comments on thin/thick border, button style,
colouring, usability, etc are more than welcome. Also, I noticed
Nicolas's mail about Alison metacity theme, and the way how the buttons
are handled there made me think, whether it would be better if the
buttons were done that way... I will investigate this case later.

Thanks,
Martin

References:
[1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/MartinSourada/NodokaDraft

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