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April 2, 2011
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Equinox Evolution Dawn by tiheum Equinox Evolution Dawn by tiheum
This theme needs Equinox GTK engine 1.40: [link]

Metacity and Chrome themes are also included.

Wallpaper: See the world by Siebe Warmoeskerken [link]
Icon theme: Faenza-Darkest
Licence: GPL3


=== 1.50 ===
* New engine option resizegripstyle
* Support of global menu (must be manually enabled, see README file)
* Better support of Ubuntu One Client One Client and Software Center
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opensas Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014
Hi! any plan to upgrade your faience-ocre theme to work with unity in 14.04???

I really like your theme. Great Work!
Ivanmladenovi Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Good GTK2 teme I use it Mint 11 Gnome!
ThaFitoS Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
This was my fave theme in Ubuntu 10.10. I wish it had a Gnome3 port, so I can use it again in Ubuntu 12.10..
doomed-forever Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
my fave ubuntu desktop theme - with different background, but love the coloring of dialog boxes, menue style.
doomed-forever Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
awesome, using the evolution dawn dusk theme in 11.04 since release. i'd love to use that in my crappy windows 7 box, too. is there a way to convert it to windows?
(using windows 7 x64 only for CS5 x64 purposes) keep up the great work!
thelifelike27 Featured By Owner May 1, 2011
Awesome theme! Just loving it. =)

Also, just wanted to point out that the roll-over icons for the close, minimize & maximize buttons don't work for certain windows like nautilus elementary and chromium. No biggie :D
showboy2020 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2011
AWESOME THEME, MAN!! but, can u tell me how to install this? im using ubuntu 11.4
Rasa13 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2011
any chance of an emerald version? :bow: <3
tehpsyc Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011
For those of you looking to use this with the gnome-globalmenu package, or in Natty with its default globalmenu, I have a few that smooths out the gradient gap creating by the missing menus.

Browse to the metacity-1 directory inside the theme directory ('usr/share/themes/Equinox Evolution Dawn/metacity-1' in my case) and open the metacity-theme-1.xml file

Scroll to the section labeled: "Construct titlebar from rectangles instead so we can pick up the GTK theme"

Under the gradient tag, change the last color value from #333333 to #303030 (third color value). This is located on line 69 for me, though that's subject to change.

Save, reapply theme, and your gradient should look continuous like it did before you lost the menubar. This should work with the other themes as well, though a different HEX color code will be needed. Excellent theme, keep up the amazing work!
tehpsyc Featured By Owner May 4, 2011
Nevermind, don't do this, look at the readme file for the instructions on how to do this properly. Don't do above.
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