Some simple paranoidorange themes for the Picframe screenlet.
Call me crazy, but I have a recent obsession with all desktop things orange.
Depending on your mood you may find these suprisingly pleasing... I do!
It is very easy to change the colour schemes using an svg editor like "inkscape".
My Ubuntu Gutsy desktop background is a vertical gradient
code #FF8500 at the top
code #FFAB00 at the bottom
Panel#FFD100 about 33% transparent
Now available as part of my "Clear-enGlish Theme pack (Picframe Theme)" at
Just download the Theme pack and install the themes that you like.
Delivered here as .tar.bz2 files to work with the new behaviour of Screenlets 0.0.12 and newer.
Download "archived_themes.tar.gz" to your desktop.
Right click on it and open with "archive manager".
Extract the folder to your desktop.(Inside it are all the original themes as .tar.bz2 files... Leave them like this).
Open "Screenlets Manager" from System, Preferences, Screenlet Manager.
Select the picframe screenlet and press (install Screenlet Theme).
Navigate to the extracted folder "archived_themes".
Select the theme you require and press Open.
Restart the picframe screenlet.
Your new theme should now be available.
Repeat as desired for any or all of the other themes.
For a set of themes to be consistent the settings need to remain the same for all. Using the settings shown in the screenshot (image scale 0.45, offset X 3, offset Y 13) I get good results with png files in a local folder re-sized to 200 x 150 px.