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Adwaita-borderless

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GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Adwaita-borderless
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Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  4378
Submitted:  Oct 7 2011
Updated:  Oct 18 2011

Description:

Stock gnome 3.2 Adwaita theme, except for the scrollbars (inspired by those seen on OS X Lion), and the deletion of the grip in the bottom right corner of the windows.

Mutter/Metacity theme modified from elementary-borderless-elegance.

Working fine with Gtk3.2, not sure what would happen with gtk 3.0.

PS: If someone could help me (a tip or something) fixing the windowname color in the window decoration for dark themes, It would be awesome ;)

Changelog version 1.1:

Edited the window theme: Actually modified the Adwaita original mutter/metacity theme, dropping the elementary-borderless. Now the titlebar color for dark themes should be fixed. also, less padding than the original one.




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 Good work

 
 by luvLinux on: Oct 7 2011
 
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Looks nice but is the borders thick enough to grab for resizing? :)

Also is it possible to reduce the button height in Nautilus? Hopefully yes


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 Re: Good work

 
 by jorchube on: Oct 7 2011
 
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Hi.

Gnome 3.2 introduced an invisible area for grabbing window borders without actually having to rely on the window border width, so yes: It's easy to grab a window border.

About the button height, actually I'm not very interested in changing it, but I'll give it a try.


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 Very nice

 
 by aegor on: Oct 9 2011
 
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but how can I delete the rudimentary border between the left menu and the main window?
Also, how can I flatten the top menubar elements to normal proportions?


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 Re: Very nice

 
 by aegor on: Oct 9 2011
 
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Sorry, not menubar, I have had top breadcrumbs bar


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 Looks coooooooooool..........

 
 by rvc-2011 on: Oct 10 2011
 
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i wish i could have a lavender version to go with the lavender shell theme and gnome-noble icon theme.
the theme looks great mate... nice soft and elegant...


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 Good job

 
 by Atermoon on: Oct 16 2011
 
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Looking good, definitely an improvement (although I think I'm starting to like the default metacity buttons, oh well...)

To fix the window title in dark windows (totem, eog) change

title color="shade/gtk:bg[NORMAL]/0.40"

to

title color="gtk:fg[NORMAL]"

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 Re: Good job

 
 by Atermoon on: Oct 16 2011
 
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Of course, you can tweak it even further from there but the key is using gtk:fg instead of gtk:bg/something so it becomes light on dark windows. Hope this helps.


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 Re: Re: Good job

 
 by jorchube on: Oct 18 2011
 
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Thank you for your tips!

I've tried what you said and yes, it worked, but I couldn't obtain an enough good result. Instead, I've tried successfully to tweak the original Adwaita theme. Now the theme looks better, IMHO


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 How can i install your theme?

 
 by shogu on: Nov 25 2011
 
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Your theme is great! Simple but elegant.


I've got 3 questions :

*How could i install it in my Gnome-Shell 3.2? It is hard to understand between usr/share/theme, usr/share/gnome-shell/theme, and ~/.themes...

*Do i have to use Gnome Tweak Tool too?

*And in your opinion what icon set fit better with your theme?

Thanks a lot for your answers, and excuse me for my bad english, i am French!

Bye

Ogu


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 Re: How can i install your theme?

 
 by jorchube on: Nov 26 2011
 
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Hi.

To install it, simply extract it in ~/.themes

Then you may use gnome-tweak-tool to set the theme, or set it through dconf-editor.

The icon theme is more a matter of taste. I'm using the gnome official theme but I've changed the folder icons to the ones used in gnome-color (brave).
I guess the elementary icon theme would fit well too, for example.

Cheers.


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 Re: Re: How can i install your theme?

 
 by shogu on: Nov 26 2011
 
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Thx!

Do i have to extract the whole file, or just the GTK3 one? Once extracted, what have i to do? 'Cause Gnome-Tweak-Tool, even after a refresh of Gnome-Shell, don't propose me any theme like borderless or something like this...Maybe i am making a thing wrong!

Bye


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 Re: Re: Re: How can i install your theme?

 
 by jorchube on: Nov 26 2011
 
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the directory tree should be something like this:

/home/$USER/.themes/adwaita-borderless/{gtk2, gtk3, metacity}

maybe this will help:

http://img213.imageshack.us/img213/2374/pantallazode20111126151.png


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