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Thinble by paldepind Thinble by paldepind
In case the preview is blurry, direct link to the image is here: [link]

Thinble is a Xfwm theme with no title bar and a thin border. It was created to be a good looking, simple and space efficient window theme for people who mainly manage their windows using key bindings.

Features:
* Minimal and space efficient appearance
* No large title bar that is otherwise mostly just wasting space
* Border of a reasonable size for moving/resizing windows using the mouse
* Slightly darker border on active windows for distinguishing between them an inactive windows
* Uses colors from your GTK-theme

Installation:
Extract the archive to ~/.themes for local installation or to /usr/share/themes for system-wide installation.
Important: Make the title font very large, otherwise you might still be able to see the top of it in what is left of the title bar which does not look nice at all.

About the preview:
The used GTK theme is Siva Flat and the GTK icon theme is Matrilineare.

Changelog:
31 March 2013 - Fixed problem with GTK color integration
29 March 2013 - Initial release
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:iconmxon3x:
mxon3x Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2013
I still have title text on my textbar. Is there a way I can hide it?
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Samcoop Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013
Just set the font size to 0 ;)
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mike-roll Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013
Looks nice, though I'm not used to managing windows like this.
Cool bash prompt idea ;) could you please post your config? I can't find that particular arrow symbol.
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:iconpaldepind:
paldepind Featured By Owner May 16, 2013
Thanks for your comment. The bash promt is Powerline: [link]. Configuring it is slightly tricky but there is a link to the documentation at the Github page.
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