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Air (Gnome Shell 3.6 compatible)

   3.6  

GNOME Shell Theme

Score 69%
Air  (Gnome Shell 3.6 compatible)
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Air  (Gnome Shell 3.6 compatible)
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Air  (Gnome Shell 3.6 compatible)
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  23297
Submitted:  Jun 26 2011
Updated:  Nov 3 2012

Description:

A Gnome-Shell theme inspired by the Docky theme called Air. Use a lot of gradient from white to transparency, and imho works better with light backgrounds than dark backgrounds.

It was based on the code from Adwaita-White (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Adwaita-White?content=142377), which was really a great base to build on ! Thanks Oberon27.

If you are still using Gnome-Shell 3.4, I think you should rather use Air 3.4.

Please help get this bug resolved, so that we can have the theme back to the way it was intended : https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=666370 !




Changelog:

3.6 :
Changed to support the new notification bar style.
Improved the look of notifications.

3.4 :
Added checkbox support.
Fixed grid size in Apps overview bug introduced by Gnome-Shell 3.4
Improved Submenus
Added a small dim menu when a Shell “window” (the Alt+F2 box, or some “type password” stuff) has focus
Improved notification bar.

2.1 : Fixed a bug which made image included in notification to be stretched.

2.0 : Fixed most of the stuff broken by Gnome-Shell update. Themed new stuff, including the new on-screen keyboard.
COULDN'T PREVENT THAT STUPID SHELL NOT TO DARKEN THE WALLPAPER IN OVERVIEW MODE ANYWAY ! And that's really pissing me off.

1.0 : Initial release




LicenseGPL
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(Air (with classic icons))
(Air 3.4)
(Air (with classic icons) 3.4)
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 =]

 
 by Izo on: Oct 14 2011
 
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Nicely done. =]

/izo\


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 Very

 
 by pr09studio on: Oct 14 2011
 
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good. Can you share the wall and icons please?
Thank you!


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 Re: Very

 
 by OxayotlTheGreat on: Oct 19 2011
 
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Well, of course !
The icon theme is mine, based on Mattahan's icons, see http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=81153.
The wallpapper is also by Mattahan, see http://mattahan.deviantart.com/art/Bring-the-Pain-39781904


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 GTK and Window themes

 
 by WeHeartKatamari on: Nov 4 2011
 
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Can you suggest and GTK and Window themes that go well with this shell theme? What do you use with it? Sorry if this is a silly question, I'm very new to Linux. (first day!) :)


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 Re: GTK and Window themes

 
 by OxayotlTheGreat on: Nov 4 2011
 
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Well, that's completely a matter of taste, so there is no right and wrong answer, it really is up to you.
I previously used a modified version of this window theme that I failed to upgrade :
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Homoerectus?content=119856
but now, I switched back the the default window and GTK theme. But really, the best choice for YOUR desktop is YOUR choice. So just give the GTK and Metacity theme section of this website a look, and decide for yourself ;).


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 Login

 
 by dask on: Nov 4 2011
 
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If I overwrite the ../gnome-shell/theme folder directly, gnome crashes in the login screen. I get the "something went wrong" message. This didn't happen when I did the same thing with other themes.
Any thought why this is happening?
Btw it runs great when used with gnome-tweak-tool, it's just this problem.


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 Re: Login

 
 by OxayotlTheGreat on: Nov 4 2011
 
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Well, I know that Gnome-Shell is used in GDM now, and that I didn't provide a gdm.css file needed for that. Since Gnome-Shell powered GDM bugs enormously on my laptop, I can't and I won't make a gdm.css complying to my theme's style, so I guess that leaves you with three options :
- You can just make sure you keep the gdm.css file from the default theme. Tell me if it work, I may add it to the download.
- You can stick to using gnome-tweak-tool.
- And the very best solution of all, you can write a gdm.css in the same style as the rest of the theme, and I'll sure include it !


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 404

 
 by imnotreallyhere on: Nov 4 2012
 
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Great work. BTW link to "Air with classic icons" is broken :(


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 Re: 404

 
 by OxayotlTheGreat on: Nov 4 2012
 
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Thanks, should be fixed now.


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 too transparent

 
 by bennypr0fane on: May 12 2013
 
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hello,
I' using your theme in Gnome 3.8 now. The look of this theme is just great, but depending on the background it is sometimes too transparent to read the dialogues from shell. I have this problem on both my machines with Gnome 8the other one is 3.6), one has a lighter and the other a dark wallpaper.
Maybe you could make just the fonts completely opaque, or is there a way to adjust the overall level of transparency?


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 Re: too transparent

 
 by OxayotlTheGreat on: May 24 2013
 
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Hi.

Thanks for the feedback, but with Gnome 3.8 still breaking a lot of things, I gave up on this theme and I'm using the default theme again. I might try to recreate it from scratch, by basing it one the new default theme, but I just can't find the motivation right now.
If you like the theme too much and want to fix it yourself, look into the gnome-shell.css file, find all the color attributes, and each time there is a rgba() value, change the last argument to 1 to make all the text completely opaque.
If you are willing to take over the theme, I'll gladly make this page point to your version of it !
Good luck.


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