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Back n Black GTK "Overhauled" v1.5

  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Back n Black GTK "Overhauled" v1.5
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Link:  http://fav.me/d4mnyoh
Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  6395
Submitted:  Jan 18 2012
Updated:  Mar 13 2012

Description:

I finished tweaking this black gtk theme as you can see in the screenshots it looks pretty good. All credit goes to original authors http://fav.me/d4j2r5l alecive . I love the window borders he created.

I learned that dark themes look cool but are a pain in the ...to tweak LOL!!




Changelog:

Update 3/12/2012: Thanks to nowerries for telling me how to fix Ubuntu Software Center. I'm trying to figure out a way to apply this fix to my dark themes but until then use this fix.

**********Bugs***********

Only bug I have noticed so far is fonts unreadable in Ubunut Software Center the fix for this is to in terminal type...

sudo gedit /usr/share/software-center/ui/gtk3/css/softwarecenter.css

.... and change the color value of @define-color super-light-aubergine to #000000.


Update 2/25/2012: Just cleaned some code up

Update 2/24/2012: Fixed Unity panel and GTK-2 the combobox, selected text, tabs and a few other settings ;)

Major Update 2/20/2012: Complete overhaul I used my Black Widow GTK theme but changed all the red to white/Grey. I think this one blows the old one away as I have a better understanding of GTK themes now.

This is based originally off of Adwaita but completely re-done. Once again I used the window borders from ANewStartBlood by *alecive http://fav.me/d4j2r5l Thanks to him for making awesome borders :D. If you want to keep the original one rename it and extract this one.

This one uses the same name SO IT WILL OVERWRITE THE OLD ONE.....Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Oh yeah the gnome shell theme is something I did and am releasing it now so check it out I called it Clear-GS It's my GS Back-n-Black with the panel transparent ;)

Updated 2/07/2012:Unity panel now displays the right colors. Fixed a few highlighting here and there. Still trying to figure out firefox. If anyone has an idea let me know.

Updated 1/21/2010: I changed the progress bar to have more of a radius. Fixed the selected check boxes to have a grey border (so you can see where to put the check in them).


1/21/2012: GTK-2 Requires gtk2-engines-murrine 0.98 or higher thx to reference2myself for figuring that out ;-)

1/19/2012: Fixed the evolution not displaying html emails correctly. Checkout my DA site to see better screenshot and for more updates.




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 =)

 
 by bu99zy on: Feb 14 2012
 
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awesome theme


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 Re: =)

 
 by CrazyT on: Feb 14 2012
 
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Thanks you! ;-))


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 Query

 
 by aswath on: Feb 21 2012
 
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How did you make all icons to display down wards.. i am on ubuntu 11.10 i can also do like that ah... i liked your theme style very much


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 Re: Query

 
 by CrazyT on: Feb 21 2012
 
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I don't understand what you mean by displaying my icons downwards? Unless you mean the icons at the bottom of my screen? That is cairo-dock. And thank you very much I appreciate it ;-)


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 Re: Re: Query

 
 by aswath on: Feb 21 2012
 
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ya that only thnx..


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 text box's

 
 by reference2myself on: Feb 24 2012
 
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Hey, love the overhaul. Only one thing I noticed that bothers me slightly. Some text box's are not visible unless you're clicked on them. They're all black and blend in seamlessly with the black around them. Unless you know where they're at you wouldn't even know they're there. I think it's just the gtk2 portion of the theme. In synaptic package manager for example, the "quick search" box is invisible if you highlight anything else in the app. Seems to not be an issue with gtk3 apps. And it's not a problem with all gtk2 apps, if they're laid out in a certain way u can still see where the box is.


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 Re: text box's

 
 by CrazyT on: Feb 25 2012
 
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Thanks man, hmm....I run Arch so I don't use anything like synaptic. I know someone said the ubuntu software center didn't look right but I don't know how to change that. I have ubuntu installed on another pc of mine I'll see if i can figure out what's going on with it. You say that you think it's only happening in gtk-2 apps right? That helps narrow it down. I'll post updates here and on my devaintart site when I have a fix, thanks for using it ;-)


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 Re: Re: text box's

 
 by reference2myself on: Feb 25 2012
 
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no biggie, not gonna stop me from using the theme, best gtk3 theme out there imo.


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