Óðinn 2.0

Score: 15
Last edited: 2 years ago

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Black metal theme innit.

Óðinn comes in a top panel version and a bottom panel version, you'll see why if you try to use the top panel version in a bottom panel layout, or vice versa. If you have a top+bottom panel setup - this theme ain't for you :o)

Font: Droid Sans
Metal
Panel
Wallpaper

Updates
- Dec 17, 2012: Improved workspaceOSD
- Dec 9, 2012: Revamped and fully updated for Cinnamon 1.6

About The Author

bimsebasse

Cinnamon 1.8 Themes
Baldr
Loki
Týr jord / Týr himinn

Cinnamon 1.6 Themes (being updated)
Nadia
Óðinn
Faience
Gnome


12 comments

  1. bimsebasse says:

    2 years ago

    Not possible, I'm afraid.

  2. Luminary says:

    2 years ago

    Hi, this theme is wonderful, but it's missing one thing. Could you add something to highlight the currently selected menu icon. Something like the background image for when you hover over a favorite would look really nice.

  3. hrvooje says:

    2 years ago

    Beautiful! But is it possible to make the panel also black?

  4. SallyK says:

    2 years ago

    I was using gnome-wise, but I get the same effect with gnome, gnome-colors-common, hicolor and pretty much all of the icon themes that have the round Firefox icon as opposed to the square one. One thing I do notice is that it only happens when I have four or more launchers on the panel, with three they seem to have enough room. It's also noticeable that it only happens to certain icons, as if they are *just* too wide for the space allotted.

  5. bimsebasse says:

    2 years ago

    Hi sally, I can't reproduce the issue, all icon themes I have work fine with the panel applet theming. What icon theme do you use?

  6. SallyK says:

    2 years ago

    I like the semi-transparent panel a lot and it's nice to see a bigger panel. There's just one minor aesthetic thing that bothers me - using the official Panel Launchers applet, the wider icons have their sides cut off - just a few pixels, but enough to be annoying. The most obvious example is the Firefox icon, but it does it to SMPlayer as well. (I'm using the traditional round icon - I don't like the square ones.) I don't know if that's something you can fix in the theme or if it's an applet problem, but it doesn't happen in Loki.

  7. Oyabunbaba says:

    2 years ago

    Ok I understand, i hear also that Cinnamon and probably gnome 3 have fonts problem. About the panel below it's ok too, i just wanna make sure why is that but since am top panel fan is ok to me too :) Thank you for this great theme, love this semi transparent panel, kinda KDE a like :D

  8. bimsebasse says:

    2 years ago

    Oyabunbaba, font rendering is not very hot in either Gnome shell or Cinnamon, it's not something that can be helped on theme level though you notice it less with bold fonts. The small panel version is for bottom panel layouts, at the moment in Cinnamon a bottom panel can only be 25px, not taller, not shorter, or panel text gets messed up, so I can't make it 32px like in the top panel version.

  9. Daniel4lm says:

    2 years ago

    The beautiful theme indeed, 5+ from me

  10. Oyabunbaba says:

    2 years ago

    Fonts in pop up menu

  11. Oyabunbaba says:

    2 years ago

    Its working now, thank you. Is that below panel smaller than the top by design? i prefer top one, like it's bigger :) Only request i can have is the fonts, probably it will look better in bold version. Right now looking like without anti aliasing.

  12. Oyabunbaba says:

    2 years ago

    I installed it manually then choose from settings but nothing changed, then ALT+F2 r, and all cinnamon dissapeared. Have to use ctrl+alt+back to hget in and log in into gnome session to remove the theme, then it went to default cinnamon. This theme is not working for me.