That's just because there is no interest for tabs like that... plus it's actually 'wrong' from a GUI perspective, since the tabs are actually upside down and would indicate that when changing a tab would actually change the content above the tabbar, not below. So I doubt if we ever see any theme do that.
Theme is pretty much bespin, can't seem to get able to find the wallpaper atm, dunno who made it either so can't really call and ask for permissions to share... ...if anybody here has this wallpaper and knows where it came from please speak up
Oh men thanks so so so much! Functionality is why I'm using KDE, its application are irremplacables! I still need plasma theme, colours scheme and windows decoration, could you let me know how to get them?
I don't know how the install is with funtoo but the first time I tried installing gentoo (many many years ago) with a minimal cd stage 3 install I failed miserably, booted up to "kernel panic" yesss!!!! :-|
I know it's a little different then installing some gay homosexual "Linux" like "ubunto" or whatever. But in the end, it works year in and year out, at least here.
I tried ubunto on my laptop with a gma500 (horrible gfx card, never gonna touch anything intel even with a stick from now on), and install was fine and dandy, then next version of ubunto was out, -> upgrade -> break whole system -> install linux instead -> happy now.
It's true tho, it used to be "Ubunto linux", but they (the smart dudes at canonical + a useless millionaire) thought that the "linux" part scares away ppl.
So these smart dudes decided that they'll remove the linux from ubunto linux so that they can attract more noobs and idiots. Which was actually smart in a way, because that was exactly what they got. Just go the ubuntu forums and look at the threads of "smart" questions.
-"How do I change the wallpaper in ubuntu??"....
Right, to the point, yeah, I know, compiling takes up time, that it does. Especially if you have a slow cpu. I usually set mine to compile when I go to sleep. (world update).