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    SteelFlash 2015 A Classic Re-Imagination

    Over 7 Years Ago

    When the New Microsoft OS rolled off the line

    Vista introduced us to our first taste of aero glass

    and a theme was born one that still stands the test of time

    I give you my rendition of an old classic


    STEELFLASH















    Theme Includes

    custom sound pack
    custom cursors
    explorer frame images
    start button
    image res icons
    shell32 images
    3 Wallpapers


    Theme extras

    Adobe Splash Screens
    Shellbrd Orb
    Genuine Image
    Dock and icons
    Time Date Clocks
    Fonts

    Download SteelFlash and extras

    Steelflash.7z


    On a somber note I would like to pay respects to one of the nicest Celebrities I have ever met

    R.I.P. Rowdy Roddy Piper you were a class act and gone too soon underrated as an actor but beloved as a wrestler

    enjoy that big ring in the sky



    Rowdy Roddy Piper: Born: Roderick George Toombs

    April 17, 1954 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

    Died: July 31, 2015 (age 61) in Hollywood, California, USA of natural causes






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    Quote Originally Posted by razorsedge View Post
    Hey bud thanks very much for those comments

    My guess is that you have made the move to Linux from your comments that does not mean you have to stop posting even if your not using windows.

    I also am playing with linux on the side right now when I get a chance as I figure that when the os support for windows 7 runs out I will be making a full time switch to linux myself as the new operating systems from MS are not offering me anything I consider worth while.

    It's almost like the antiviruses applications these days where they are all becoming totally automaited so advanced users such as myself are no longer able to set them to how I want to use them they must run the same for everyone. Pretty well what MS is doing with the newer os's trying to get everyone to use the same thing and have all os's look the same way.

    What happened to all of us being different in the world I say but if need be I can always create a linux forum on the board if your interested I believe there are quite a number who would be, I myself will not be themeing that os as of yet but down the road I am sure I will have a good go at it but in the meantime I would be happy to also add content to help bring it up to standards.)

    If you think that might be something that you would like let me know
    Hi, thank you for responding to me I wasn't actually expecting you to, .
    To be honest the only place I go for linux forums are the Ultimate Editions and Arch Linux.
    I've used all the websites though for forums, and I think that's a neat idea a subforum for GNU/Linux here on VC.
    I have only been using GNU/linux since the new year (sporadic Win7 use inbetween), started with Ubuntu, than Linux Mint than too many others.
    I personally consider the best distros to be Arch Linux and Gentoo.
    Many people use other distributions like Red Hat or Debian for enterprise.
    Ubuntu is the most popular distribution, and while it shares some characteristics with the distribution that I use, anything you are describing in instructions is so much different for even closely related distros like Linux Mint. In fact, the closest thing that works on both Ubuntu and Arch is their icons, as well as their theming if they are both using GTK2+. So than you have the people using Qt4/5 (kde, LXQt) and the theming is slightly different (still workable though).

    The possibility for subforms are pretty vast so it has the possibility of getting complicated very quickly. Despite this, I actually think it could probably work out with just one forum for linux here on VC, however there should be a stickied post outlining all the guidelines that you must specify in your posts, whether it's help or posting something including:
    Specifying certain things about your install ie. distro, desktop environment, window manager, kernel ver., etc.
    Info in the topic title about what the thread OP contains ie. theme for GTK+.
    I don't know how many people would be interested, but sure I'll be around if that ever were to happen. As I've said before I won't be using Windows 10 and the telemetry swooping in to all the other OS's bothers me enough to really just move on from it. I can still use the wallpapers from this website if I want to, which is nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemhamforash View Post
    Hi, thank you for responding to me I wasn't actually expecting you to, .
    To be honest the only place I go for linux forums are the Ultimate Editions and Arch Linux.
    I've used all the websites though for forums, and I think that's a neat idea a subforum for GNU/Linux here on VC.
    I have only been using GNU/linux since the new year (sporadic Win7 use inbetween), started with Ubuntu, than Linux Mint than too many others.
    I personally consider the best distros to be Arch Linux and Gentoo.
    Many people use other distributions like Red Hat or Debian for enterprise.
    Ubuntu is the most popular distribution, and while it shares some characteristics with the distribution that I use, anything you are describing in instructions is so much different for even closely related distros like Linux Mint. In fact, the closest thing that works on both Ubuntu and Arch is their icons, as well as their theming if they are both using GTK2+. So than you have the people using Qt4/5 (kde, LXQt) and the theming is slightly different (still workable though).

    The possibility for subforms are pretty vast so it has the possibility of getting complicated very quickly. Despite this, I actually think it could probably work out with just one forum for linux here on VC, however there should be a stickied post outlining all the guidelines that you must specify in your posts, whether it's help or posting something including:
    Specifying certain things about your install ie. distro, desktop environment, window manager, kernel ver., etc.
    Info in the topic title about what the thread OP contains ie. theme for GTK+.
    I don't know how many people would be interested, but sure I'll be around if that ever were to happen. As I've said before I won't be using Windows 10 and the telemetry swooping in to all the other OS's bothers me enough to really just move on from it. I can still use the wallpapers from this website if I want to, which is nice.
    I completly understand what your saying bud, I know at times I have a habbit of not being very quick with replies to say the least I have had a few tough years the last bit but things are starting to settle down now so I can be a lot more active.

    I have actually followed linux for quite sometime now before being pulled into the themeing world by Mr.Grim I used to make custom Os's myself for release. It's been a while since I did that although I still do them for myself except that now I have switched to an SSD drive I have not had to reinstall for humm man it's a long time not since I built this new rig and I have had no slow downs or errors at all since that install. Back to what I was saying in the days I built OS's there was a guy who dam his name slipps my mind right now that used to make the Last XP OS's I used to follow him closely and he moved to doing Linux from Windows and that's when I started to look into Linux, Ubuntu and other Os's.

    So it's been quite a number of years now but if you give me a few days or so just to finish up a few projects I am working on I would be more then happy to make a forum for Linux and associated OS's along with a support forum I am pretty sure there was someone else not long ago here that I saw asking also about Linux themeing so I am sure people are interested






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    Quote Originally Posted by razorsedge View Post
    I completly understand what your saying bud, I know at times I have a habbit of not being very quick with replies to say the least I have had a few tough years the last bit but things are starting to settle down now so I can be a lot more active.

    I have actually followed linux for quite sometime now before being pulled into the themeing world by Mr.Grim I used to make custom Os's myself for release. It's been a while since I did that although I still do them for myself except that now I have switched to an SSD drive I have not had to reinstall for humm man it's a long time not since I built this new rig and I have had no slow downs or errors at all since that install. Back to what I was saying in the days I built OS's there was a guy who dam his name slipps my mind right now that used to make the Last XP OS's I used to follow him closely and he moved to doing Linux from Windows and that's when I started to look into Linux, Ubuntu and other Os's.

    So it's been quite a number of years now but if you give me a few days or so just to finish up a few projects I am working on I would be more then happy to make a forum for Linux and associated OS's along with a support forum I am pretty sure there was someone else not long ago here that I saw asking also about Linux themeing so I am sure people are interested
    Sweet that sounds great, I remember you were making custom OS's just didn't know you were so in-depth knowledgeable about linux all these years. The contributions you make towards Windows 7 theming is felt by everyone who goes on VC. I know your themes played a role in me wanting to learn more about customization, hence eventually being able to completely switch to linux. I have a lot of cool themes on linux most of them I can help point people in the right direction to go about getting them, ie. link them to Ultimate Edition release or a url on deviantart or look-sites. I can certainly say that'd be awesome if there were some theme designers from VC to make some emerald themes.
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