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Nautilus for Windows 7 by Nittiyh Nautilus for Windows 7 by Nittiyh
Have a lil fun with your computer and give it a cool, flat look!

As usual, please read the install notes very carefully- I checked about a thousand times to make sure that all the steps were correct, so if you follow them, you shouldn't run into any trouble.

Better shots: Nautilus. Nautilus Grey. Planisphere V2.

Wallpapers: Goodbye by ~Zim2687, When evening falls by *StopScreamGraphy

Taskbar text icons: here!

Used in the preview: 580 by ~Zim2687

Check out *cathycatchy and ~Brandon-G for matching app skins!





Edit: if you have issues with your taskbar showing blank buttons with no text/icons you need to set your taskbar properties to "always combine, hide labels"
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Nautilus for Windows 7 by =Nittiyh This visual style is unique. Nittiyh had a incredible sense of structure, making the dark background and red lines fit fine without confusing your eyes. A very recommended piece. ( Suggested by burnsplayguitar and Featured by fediaFedia )
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Cheorie Featured By Owner 2 days ago  New member
A very nice and simple skin :) I really want to use this one, but I can't figure out how to since my English is not so good (A friend of mine is translating this message as I write) But I leave this comment because I want to learn how to make a theme like this on my own. Can you teach me how?
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Nittiyh Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  Student Interface Designer
Thanks for the nice words :D I have instructions on how to use the theme (they're in the .rar file download).
To make a theme yourself you will need a program called Ave's Windows StyleBuilder. It's not free but it's the best and easiest way to do it.
Once you have bought StyleBuilder, you get access to the forums which have some very nice guides and tips on how to start :)
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kurogatari Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What icons are you using on the navigation panels on the left?
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Nittiyh Featured By Owner 57 minutes ago  Student Interface Designer
Some are from here fav.me/d4nsop2 and some from here fav.me/d2kzd4u I just modified the colors :)
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MrPTFMoose Featured By Owner May 3, 2014
Best W7 theme I've seen, by far. I'm hoping you'll make a white and orange version though, like you did for Planisphere. That would be the cherry on top for me.
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Nittiyh Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Thank you so much! Actually, I tried to do that and it just didn't work for some reason. It didn't look quite right to me, so I decided not to go further with it.
But I definitely want to do more things with orange in the next themes I make :)
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fireskull98 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Could you make it work if I have the taskbar on the left? :/ this is how it looks for me: i.imgur.com/xpuBwZO.png
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Nittiyh Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Sorry I can't, I don't use Windows 7 anymore
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fireskull98 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
then at least a method to fix it? I really enjoy the theme, but this breaks the feeling of a different interface >_>
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Nittiyh Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Student Interface Designer
I understand. You could simply use the bottom taskbar with small icons (as mentioned in the install notes, that's the only fully supported option, since that's the only one I use) or you could go ahead and mod the theme yourself with Ave's StyleBuilder to make the side taskbar work :) it's not very difficult to do but if you have no interest in making your own themes it's probably not worth the trouble since StyleBuilder is not free and there's a bit of learning to do.
But if you decide to go with the second option I can guide you and tell you where to look and stuff.
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