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Ambiance Crunchy

   14.04  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 72%
Ambiance Crunchy
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Downloads:  21263
Submitted:  May 28 2012
Updated:  Apr 15 2014

Description:

It's an Ambiance like Theme for Fluxbox, Openbox, Lxde, Xfce, Gnome2/Mate & Gnome3 (Unity, Gnome-Shell, Gnome-Classic & Cinnamon). Gtk-3.10 and Cinnamon 2.0 compatible.

The objective is to have it working very well in all that environnements with a choice of 4 flavours.

NEW : New Gnome-shell Theme + fixes for Gtk-3.10 compatibility in Unity

INSTALLATION:
* open a Terminal in the folder where the file 136162-Crunchy-themes.tar.gz is
* and type the command (Ubuntu/Debian like distros):
sudo tar -zxvf 136162-Crunchy-themes.tar.gz -C /usr/share


Setting the theme in Gnome
* Unity: install Unity-tweak (Ubuntu 13.04+) or Ubuntu Tweak (older versions)
* Gnome-Shell: Gnome-tweak (Advanced settings) must be installed and the user theme plugin activated
* Cinnamon: in preferences/cinnamon settings/Theme -> tab "Theme" + tab "other settings"

Openbox rounded Buttons
If the display of the buttons is weird, just set the "active window title" font to the right size. Example : Ubuntu (regular) 11.

Gtk engines dependancy
Murrine & Unico are needed by the theme and Pixbuf by LibreOffice. To be sure they are installed:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf gtk3-engines-unico


Customization
The source drawings of the buttons for all window managers are included.

Ubuntu 13.04/LibreOffice in Unity
There's a bug in Unity in that version. The global menus of LibreOffice don't highlight the selection:
* either uninstall indicator-appmenu
* or update (by activating the "proposed" depot in the sources.list) the package unity and its dependancies: libunity-core-6.0-5, unity-common, unity-services.




Changelog:

2010: Openbox theme + gtk2 theme later on

2012
* theme rewritten with gtk3 and Xfce/Lxde support
* gnome2/mate compatibility checked
* new Gnome-shell Theme
* new Cinnamon Theme
* flavour orange added

2013
* Openbox theme rewritten
* GTK-3.8 & Cinnamon 2.0 compatibility
* new Fluxbox theme
* new set of buttons for Metacity/Unity and Xfwm4

2014
March: Gtk-3.10 compatibility + fixes for Xubuntu 14.04
April: New Gnome-shell theme + Gtk-3.10 fixes for 14.04LTS Ubuntu versions




LicenseGPL
(Crunchy-themes.tar.gz)
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 Almost Perfect...

 
 by Anywhere on: Aug 10 2013
 
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...but viewing the "breadcrumbs" on Nemo (the file manager) in Cinnamon 1.8 the text does not contrast well against the background. Not sure if this applies to Nautilus or to other Nautilus forks. In Nemo, you can switch between the location text field and the breadcrumbs by pushing the "return arrow" button to the immediate right of the location field. (Nautilus uses CTRL + L ; Both Nautilus and Nemo should default to showing the breadcrumbs.)


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 Re: Almost Perfect...

 
 by frombenny on: Aug 11 2013
 
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For 2 hours, now, I'm looking for a clue how to fix this but didn't find one..

If you've found a dark gtk3 theme which do the job well, please let me know.

Nautilus runs well, so don't know where to look..


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 Re: Re: Almost Perfect...

 
 by Anywhere on: Aug 12 2013
 
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http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Zen+suite?content=149883

Try Zen-nokto in the Zen suite (0.12.0). It appears to render the breadcrumbs correctly.


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 Re: Almost Perfect...

 
 by frombenny on: Aug 13 2013
 
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Fixed. Hope it will fit to your needs...


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 Re: Re: Almost Perfect...

 
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Blue comes out as dark silver on light silver, but all the others look great! Much better!


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 Re: Re: Almost Perfect...

 
 by Anywhere on: Sep 11 2013
 
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Sep. 9 Release Crunchy Blue looks fantastic and appears to no longer have any issues. Great job.


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 Re: Re: Re: Almost Perfect...

 
 by frombenny on: Sep 11 2013
 
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Thanks.


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 A humble request

 
 by gaurav29sharma on: Sep 18 2013
 
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Hello...

First of all, I must tell you that i really loved your work with crunchy themes. I am using ubuntu from last 1 year and from the day one I am using these themes.

Now for the request part... can you make a theme using colour theme of crunchy and squared ambiance
( http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ambiance+Squared?content=151062 ) with colour theme of crunchy n panel ( i think it is called metacity not sure ) of squared ambiance.

I loved its close, minimize and maximize button.. in windowed and with global menu.

I know I am asking for more that I should but please... : will you please ?


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 Re: A humble request

 
 by gaurav29sharma on: Sep 25 2013
 
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Hey... After some reading i did managed to get windows maximize, minimize and close button of that theme, by replacing the metacity-1 folder of the crunchy's with the squared folder.

The things remaining are these button in global menu. can some one tell me where should I replace and which file/files.
you can see the changed button in window view
http://imgur.com/eANWvyU

and here is the maximized view... with global menu button
http://imgur.com/t7ggaJz


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 Re: Re: A humble request

 
 by frombenny on: Sep 25 2013
 
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Sometimes it changes after a reboot (the unity panel has to restart to update the color of the global menu buttons).

You have a unity folder too with links to items in metacity-1 folder. Perhaps that links are broken. I don't know if it's usefull or not for Ubuntu but this folder is in all the original ambiance themes.

Sure I could do a squared buttons metacity theme but I would have liked it to be only a metacity theme not a gtk theme too. In Xfce you can choose a gtk theme with a different window decorator theme.. In Ubuntu/unity it's not that easy to do it.


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 very nice themes

 
 by twodogs on: Dec 2 2013
 
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One question.. I have just downloaded and installed your themes. I am using Cinnamon 2.0 in Linux Mint 16 and the tool tips are clear. Are they supposed to be like that. I think they would look better with a darker background. Thank you.


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 Re: very nice themes

 
 by frombenny on: Dec 2 2013
 
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It's now fixed. Thanks for the notice..


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 Glitches in Ubuntu 14.04

 
 by sobe on: Apr 6 2014
 
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I have been really liking using your blue theme and it was perfect until yesterday after some updates. I am using Ubuntu 14.04 and after the updates yesterday there are some white spaces in the dropdowns of Unity panel. The white spaces only appear in Calendar, volume and the messaging menu. Here is a link to a screenshot so you can see what I mean. http://postimg.org/image/3xonnoq0p/ Is this just me or is it happening to every user of 14.04?


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 Re: Glitches in Ubuntu 14.04

 
 by frombenny on: Apr 6 2014
 
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Thanks because I didn't noticed that issue. I was working on a new gnome-shell theme (issues too with the 14.04 version).

So I'll check unity issues this week.. because tomorow and the day after will be really busy days for me.


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 Re: Re: Glitches in Ubuntu 14.04

 
 by sobe on: Apr 7 2014
 
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Thanks for the reply benny. It's a great theme and I look forward to it being updated...eventually :P
Keep up the great work!


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 Re: Re: Re: Glitches in Ubuntu 14.04

 
 by frombenny on: Apr 15 2014
 
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This issue is now fixed with the recent version...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Glitches in Ubuntu 14.04

 
 by sobe on: Apr 17 2014
 
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Awesome, downloaded and installed in 14.04 and it's looking perfect.


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