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Dark Mode

   3.18  

GNOME Shell Theme

Score 67%
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  13707
Submitted:  Jul 31 2014
Updated:  Dec 24 2015

Description:

Dark Mode is just a simple shell theme to accompany the dark version of White GTK 3 theme.

From the shots:
GNOME Shell theme: Dark Mode
GTK 3 theme: White (dark theme)
Icon theme: Mine-Yosemite
Font: cantarell 11

Related contents:
- Mine-Yosemite (Icon theme) :
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Mine-Yosemite?content=173841
- White (GTK 3 + Shell theme) :
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=173840




Changelog:

v 3.18
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- latest version (should also be compatible with GNOME 3.16)

v 3.12
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Built under and for GNOME Shell 3.12




LicenseGPL
Source(Dark Mode-3.18.zip)
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 github support

 
 by rsysweb on: Aug 13 2014
 
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Why don´t you push your stuff to github. So other ppl can contribute and the installation process and update process gets very neat. Have a look to ninja install like here -> https://github.com/rhoconlinux/Blumix or here -> https://github.com/xenatt/Linux


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 Re: github support

 
 by hakamybs on: Oct 25 2015
 
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I'm sorry but I have to say that I'm still lack of github knowledge. :|


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 Hi,

 
 by gogi on: Nov 7 2015
 
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Well now I have an issue with Dark theme and root mode... When I open nautilus in root mode, the gtk3 dark theme doesn"t apply to the window?


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 Hi,

 
 by gogi on: Nov 7 2015
 
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Well now I have an issue with Dark theme and root mode... When I open nautilus in root mode, the gtk3 dark theme doesn"t apply to the window?


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 Re: Hi,

 
 by hakamybs on: Nov 7 2015
 
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I think theme should be installed in '/usr/share/themes' so that any other user including root could be able to apply it. Otherwise the system will change it back to Adwaita or Windows 95-like GUI.


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 Re: Re: Hi,

 
 by gogi on: Nov 7 2015
 
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I always install my themes and icons in /usr/share/... ;)
The fact here is that when I open Nautilus in user mode, global dark theme suits fine, but when I use it in root mode it falls back to light mode, gtk3 still applied. So I don't really know in fact if it does matter with the theme or maybe something else... I will investigate tomorrow on this and get feedback if I find something.


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 Re: Re: Re: Hi,

 
 by hakamybs on: Nov 7 2015
 
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run gnome-tweak-tool as root and set the theme settings from there.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hi,

 
 by gogi on: Nov 8 2015
 
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I already tried this, but I can"t run Gnome-Tweak-Tool on root... Must fix this.


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 Font weight.

 
 by Syncopate on: Dec 3 2015
 
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Awesome theme, is there any way to change to font weight to bold in the panel? Tried editing the .css but I can't seem to find the setting to change. I can affect the standard font settings which will show in the appmenu of the panel, but what I wanted was for the calendar, weather app and places extension fonts to be bold.


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 Re: Font weight.

 
 by hakamybs on: Dec 3 2015
 
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Make sure to add 'font-weight: bold' to '#panel' section and '.panel-button'.


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 Re: Re: Font weight.

 
 by Syncopate on: Dec 3 2015
 
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love ya :3


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 Problem

 
 by ms2x on: Jan 4 2016
 
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Hi guys !
I've install all you say and i've problems.
First, dark theme don't be apply on all windows, i want to say that when i use iceweasel or my terminal, border are white and not dark like in nautilus.

Second, how can i place minimize button at left corner and not right ?

I'm on Debian 8 with gnome-shell 3.14

Thx for help :)


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 Re: Problem

 
 by hakamybs on: Jan 4 2016
 
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White terminal window is Debian-based problem. Even ubuntu doesn't apply dark theme for its terminal.
If you always prefer dark theme, here is the solution: go to ~/.themes/White/gtk-3.0 ; then rename gtk.css to gtk-white.css; moreover, rename gtk-dark.css to gtk.css. By doing this, in-shaAllah the White theme would use dark colouring and should be called Black instead of White.


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 Re: Problem

 
 by hakamybs on: Jan 4 2016
 
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I forgot to mention it: in order to modify header bar's controller, you could run 'dconf-editor'; go to 'org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences'; edit the 'button-layout' column as you prefer.


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 Re: Re: Problem

 
 by ms2x on: Jan 4 2016
 
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Hi guy, thx for your answer.
I try your solution and it doesn't work.
Same for button, i change them in dconf and it's take it on screen.

is it work in any distro ?


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 Nice, clean, modern

 
 by cinnamoner on: Jan 12 2016
 
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Hi there,

Although my favorite DE is Cinnamon, I have to admit that I like what I see.


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