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ElementaryViper Luna (3 & 3.2)

   1.2  

GNOME Shell Theme

Score 66%
ElementaryViper  Luna (3 & 3.2)
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  3850
Submitted:  Oct 1 2011
Updated:  Oct 15 2011

Description:

I was just finding a way to improve on elementary viper before making it usable for gnome 3.2 when i caught a glimpse DanRabbit\'s Luna Desktop [link] so i decided to make this because i really liked how it looked.

NOTE: this theme uses droid sans

NOTE 2: to get this theme working with gnome 3.0.x check the read me file.


icense: GPL




Changelog:

Update 1.1: did a few changes to make it look a little more like the actual pantheon shell.

Update 1.2: did a few changes to the dash to make it look more like plank.




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 sleek black beauty of a theme.....

 
 by rvc-2011 on: Oct 1 2011
 
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MaK!Ng L!fE Colorful
Home

clear... sleek.... beauty...
great work champ !


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 Re: sleek black beauty of a theme.....

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 1 2011
 
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thanks buddy


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 Beautiful, but puzzling...

 
 by RavisPohan on: Oct 8 2011
 
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This is one of the best shell themes I have seen. I do find the look of the dash a bit weird, though. Why does the background only extend a few millimetres from the left and leave the applications hanging in mid-air?


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 Re: Beautiful, but puzzling...

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 8 2011
 
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thanks, the dock is supposed to be a replica of plank http://cdn.omgubuntu.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Screenshot-1.png


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 Re: Re: Beautiful, but puzzling...

 
 by RavisPohan on: Oct 8 2011
 
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Ah yes, I see. I didn't make the connection with that "floating above" effect, though, because the dots are below the icons, rather than in the dock to the left. It looks a bit as though the dock is supposed to roll out or expand. Is there a way to fix this? I'd like that, because if it weren't for this quirk it would probably be my favourite theme for gnome-shell so far.


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 Re: Re: Re: Beautiful, but puzzling...

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 8 2011
 
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ya sure emailing you the procedure


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 Re: Re: Re: Beautiful, but puzzling...

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 8 2011
 
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just put the instructions in the description too.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Beautiful, but puzzling...

 
 by RavisPohan on: Oct 8 2011
 
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Glorious. Thanks!


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 Nice Works!! :)

 
 by tista on: Oct 10 2011
 
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Especially Plank-ish dash seems amazing... :-)

Keep up the great work!


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 Re: Nice Works!! :)

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 10 2011
 
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thanks a lot


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 Just one issue

 
 by BostonHouse on: Oct 13 2011
 
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This is by far my favorite shell theme on here. Thank you. Only issue is the applet icons are squished to the right with no spacing. Same for the "Activities" button on the left, as seen here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6647069/Screenshot.png Any ideas?


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 Re: Just one issue

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 13 2011
 
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first of thanks a lot, secondly are you using this on gnome 3.0.2 ? if yes then its because of the changed padding settings in gnome 3.2, i'll update a fix for it tom.


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 Re: Re: Just one issue

 
 by BostonHouse on: Oct 13 2011
 
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I'm a fool. You're right. Thanks for your time and effort with this theme.


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 Re: Re: Re: Just one issue

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 13 2011
 
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no no your no fool, i'll try an update a fix tom or the day after.


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 Re: Re: Re: Just one issue

 
 by viper200 on: Oct 13 2011
 
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actually correcting it might be a simple issue just navigate to the place the theme is stored and open gnome-shell.css in text editor, then search for .panel-button there you'll find this

.panel-button {
-natural-hpadding: 12px;
-minimum-hpadding: 10px;
color: #bbb;
text-shadow: #222 1px 0px 0px 0px ;
transition-duration: 100;
}

replace that with this

.panel-button {
padding: 0px 12px;
color: #bbb;
text-shadow: #222 1px 0px 0px 0px ;
transition-duration: 100;
}

and then save the file, Alt+F2 and type in rt and enter, that should fix it.


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