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GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  2246
Submitted:  Aug 11 2015
Updated:  Apr 23 2016


Updated for gtk 3.20 !

OneStepBack README

OneStepBack is a Gtk 2 and 3 theme with some colors and embossed widgets inspired by the good old NextStep look. I'm old.

It is developed from scratch, is light and minimal, uses only three shades of grays and one color. That was the challenge.

It has been tested on Arch Linux with Gnome-Shell, Gnome, Gtk+ from 3.16 to 3.20, a good amount of Gtk2 applications and only a few Gtk3 applications. A lot of widget controls are still missing and it is not tested at all with unity or xfce.

This is a GPL 3 free software. Feel free to change and share the code.

This is the version 0.8, released in April 2016.

To install the theme, unzip the archive and copy the theme in your theme directory. (For gtk 3.16 and 3.18 users, the archive contents also a directory called OneStepBack-3.16-18: extract and copy it in your theme directory.)

Known bugs

- gtk3: in firefox: scrollbars trough and arrow buttons colors, text colors in forms, active menuitem colors: waiting for a firefox update.
- gtk2: progress bar in xsane is green (lime)
- gtk2: arrow buttons in qt scrollbars


version 0.8 : April 2016
- gtk3: fix a bug in desktop borders when nautilus manages the desktop
- gtk3: more consistant design of the scrollbar arrow buttons
- gtk3: add support for scale indicators
- gtk3: fix bug for scale sliders overpassing trough
- gtk3: fix a bug with labels of scale bars
- gtk3: add support for arrows in popover menus
- gtk3: change behaviour of the checked button in headerbar
- gtk3: add basic support of calendar and iconview widgets
- gtk3: fix a color bug for radiobutton label when disabled in list
- gtk3: add support for expander arrows when active

version 0.7 : April 2016
- port to gtk 3.20: rebuild from scratch !
- orange progress bar color
- gray active widgets
- no more highlight on hover

version 0.6 : November 2015
- improve borders of menus in gtk3 part (thanks behrz).

version 0.5 : October 2015
- improve borders/shadows in gtk3 part to better match the gtk2 part (thanks behrz).
- improve switch borders in gtk3 part.
- fix some colors and rocking in toolbar buttons.
- change borders of scrollbar sliders to match the new button shadows.
- better centering of the scrollbar thumb in gtk2 part.
- fix a padding problem in gedit open document popover (thanks to bd209ocp).

version 0.4: October 2015:
- fix some color and padding tweeks for nautilus 3.18
- add arrow buttons to scrollbars
- test with gtk 3.18: ok.

version 0.3: October 2015:
- fix shadow glitchs in the scrollbar design in gtk2 part.
- add a shell script to easily change the colors of the theme.
- improve calculation of shadows on buttons in gtk3 part.

version 0.2: September 2015:
- fix borders glitchs in gtk3 menus.
- improve borders of the embossed widgets in gtk3 part.
- define help colors for borders in gtk3 part.
- fix :hover colors on switchs in gtk3 part.
- add support for gnome-logs selections in gtk3 part.
- fix color of insensitive combobox and check and radio buttons labels.
- fix color of gimp loading bar

version 0.1: August 2015: initial version.

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 Download link

 by unxusr on: Apr 20 2016
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Hi the download link is now broken, the redirected page is "Not found".

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 Re: Download link

 by jpsb on: Apr 20 2016
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It's ok now.

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 Re: Re: Download link

 by unxusr on: Apr 20 2016
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Thanks a lot !

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 by fblais on: Apr 20 2016
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Thanks, but what window decoration do you use?
There's no metacity or xfwm4 theme included.
Thanks again!

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 Re: Nice!

 by jpsb on: Apr 20 2016
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The css file includes only the configuration for Mutter, the Gnome-Shell window manager.

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 Re: Re: Nice!

 by fblais on: Apr 20 2016
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Ok, thanks.
I can use whatever metacity theme I like anyway.

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 this is what i call a gui

 by azawi on: May 13 2016
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easy on the eyes, readable, switching state of buttons recognicable also the position of the sliders. way better that unusable flatness nowadays fashionable. why invent something new when its already perfect ?

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