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Gnome-Colors Patcher by heebijeebi Gnome-Colors Patcher by heebijeebi
NOTE: This is for Windows 7/8 (x86/x64)! It has been successfully tested by myself in a VirtualBox and on my own Computer(s).
If you find any bugs or problems please report them to me.


The Gnome-Colors Patcher is a mostly self-explanatory graphical wizard designed to make simple the process of modifying your system files with resources developed by the Gnome-Colors Project, which is mostly inspired/based on Tango, GNOME, Elementary, Tango-Generator and many other open-source projects. It currently includes implementations of the basic Gnome icon set and the Gnome-Colors icon sets, rounded out with various pieces of artwork created by myself and others. Additionally, it includes a Reloader module to re-modify your files if they are overwritten, allowing system updates to be performed without breaking the theme.


Screenshots:
Gnome
Gnome-Brave
Gnome-Human
Gnome-Noble
Gnome-Wine
Gnome-Wise
Cheser
Tango
Tangerine


Tools:
You might want to use Windows 7 Aero Blur Tweaker by Kishan-Bagaria in order to fix the border transparency for the included Shiki-Colors Visual Style!


Changelog:

14.10.14:
- Update: OpaqueTaskbar v2.6
- New: Ability to Reset the Option “Apply Universal Theme Patcher” to apply it even if the Patcher recognizes it as already applied

14.10.12:
- Fix: Files that accidentally got patched automatically get restored now (e.g. if not compatibel with Win8.1)

14.09.26:
- New: Option to edit default Paths for 3rd Party Applications.
- Fix: Some minor corrections.
- Update: Re-Added support for PhotoViewer.dll.
- Update: Notepad2 (CN) 4.2.25.r906.
- Update: Mozilla Firefox/Thunderbird 32+ Theme.


Download: Online Installer (~680 KB) || Offline Installer (~174 MB)
 
For Bugreports please use the following form: Bugreport

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:iconlemonsmcgee:
LemonsMcGee Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member
Is there a way to restore back to aero? unfortunately I don't really like the style and I want to change back but i can't figure out how.
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:iconheebijeebi:
heebijeebi Featured By Owner 4 days ago
via Control Panel > Appearance > Select any Theme installed on your system...
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:iconblakbyte:
BlakByte Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
I don't suppose it's this patcher that's somehow creating this behavior on my laptop;

No matte what I do, inside advanced appaerance settings for my Windows theme, border padding with automatically set itself to 0 instead of 4 and "active window border" to 5 instead of 1, making windows look like so: i.imgur.com/t06E38r.png

In the installation of the icon pack I didn't install the theme and all that, so I really dont know... it just seems like the behavior stops when I've the pack uninstalled... and yes, no matter if I change it it will reset itself eventually... ?! :(
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:iconheebijeebi:
heebijeebi Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
you mean the edges of the windows right?
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:iconblakbyte:
BlakByte Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
Yessir. I don't see how this patcher actually could do it - and it's not a problem on my desktop either (long time user, great job btw) - but it seems liked it stopped when I didnt have the patch installed. It should be looking like so : i.imgur.com/NzAPwv2.png
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orpheus9 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
I've just tried patching without using the Tango iPack and I can't really see anything that's not patched. I'm trying to think of a good reason I used both but I can't. Good work!
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:iconorpheus9:
orpheus9 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014
I cant remember exactly, I think there were some files it patched that Gnome Colors didnt... I'll try it now and report back
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orpheus9 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014
I only know of neiio.deviantart.com/art/tango… which I've just started using in conjunction with Gnome Colors Patcher (I had the Control Panel problems before doing this.. :) )
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:iconheebijeebi:
heebijeebi Featured By Owner Edited Oct 3, 2014
yeah I recently noticed this project, too. Just out of curiosity what can it do what my patcher can't? :) (because you use them both)
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:iconeduardopatricio:
eduardopatricio Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Professional Artist
I've tested it on Windows 10 tech preview and it seems to work fine. Thank you!!
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