very nice. LibreOffice now looks almost perfect. Synaptic looks the same still, but Evince got a lot better too. Is it just me or are you having the wrong icon displayed in Evince for back too? I just noticed a few weeks ago that I have a down-icon with next, but a left-right-icon with prior in its toolbar. Have you changed the color of the metacity-theme? I don't remember my browser to have such a great color-difference. Nautilus looks pretty much awesome and clear though. I really like that. Maybe you should remove or simply make the black dot on the zoom-slider less visible. It does not fit too good into the whole suite yet (and does not look centered!?). o and there is one program, that will never look like it's intended I guess: Eclipse luckily I am not distracted too much by it, but I'll just leave this screenshot.
Left to say: keep up the good work. I am using this skin for months already and I still really like it
haha, I have full respect for that just installed the new version; great maybe you should set the default metacity button_layout to close,minimize,maximize:menu. Still missing is the panel-icon for clipit/parcellite/diodon/pastie and the wrong graphics for evince as I mentioned beforehand. File-roller gets a wrong icon for »up« too; it's a left/right-symbol. Still an awesome theme
About icons: yeah, i know i should add more, (i think i'll borrow some, from ubuntu-mono). About metacity: i don't know how! i've tried it few times, but still don't know where set it... -I hope that now, when you have tried new version, chromium and metacity looks good?
For Parcellite/Pastie/Diodon etc. you could use the black one from this [link] I don't know, if it helps you, but have a look at this. Chromium and metacity still don't fit too well. But I am using a theme for Chromium anyway, which just used to fit with the old one pretty well. I'll simply search for a new chromium-theme, I guess. Something with the icons in the GTK again. Noticed that in BleachBit. The unavailable arrows should be greyed out but it is the other way round at the moment.