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GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 56%

Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  7718
Submitted:  Mar 3 2010
Updated:  Aug 27 2013



All rewritten for the unity desktop.
Based upon the ubuntu ambiance theme.

I made this as an alternative to gnome cupertino, witch looks very good bus suffers from several glitches on the unity desktop.

gnome3 users and cinnamon users might be better off with the gonome-cupertino theme.

this theme is NOT the same thema as Ambiance-smooth-applecore with leans much more to the ambiance theme.


Ver 0.2

scrollbars and buttons in a more realistic aqua blue that's closer to the original. seamless shading in menubar and toolbar. Aqua colored slider buttons
a darker selected menu item blue with no glassy look. Standard buttons to the left. Faenza as a standard icon theme

Slightly less round buttons for a better look in the toolbar. Better visibility of text

VER 0.3

Has a brand new metacity theme. Only the buttons are bitmaps, the rest is rendered witch means that your window border will change color along with your window background now. Maximizing your window will now give an unique "melted" upper border.

VER 0.4

Different buttons for the toolbar with a light shade of grey and a square shape. With that issue solved i chose round buttons again with a round reflection that comes "again" some closer to the original. Metacity theme fixed in the corners. Open office "ugly button" bug fixed. A soft darker blue gradient for the selected menu items. Brighten the panel a little bit

VER 0.4.1

Softer metacity shading. Some color tweaking. Black text on the prelight toolbar button.

VER 0.5

For this upgrade i ran OSX 10.6 in a virtual machine for color an behavior comparing. A much lighter palette with a dark upper border. all colors repicked from the original osx. Much thinner window borders. Grey window-buttons for inactive windows. New window border shading for inactive windows. Thinner scrollbars. A new name Humman Applecore is now Murrine Applecore

VER 0.5.1 (the beta stadium)

New window buttons (semi transparent for better color blending).

VER 1.0 RC
Optimized for better preformance
Cleaning up the code,
removed some bugs and unsupported setting

ver 2.0

Started all over again!!
Rewritten for GTK 3

ver 2.1

Fixed some bugs, got rid of some needles code.

(Applecore Theme for ubuntu 13.04 and 13.10)
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 beautiful !!

 by dr3meal on: Oct 4 2010
Score 50%

in my opinion, it's better than all other osx-ish themes around.
open office still doesn't work rite.
there's white area around buttons, and combo box.

open OO writer, and then select something like <format> then <paragraph> and you see what I mean.

I'm using murrine 0.98

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 Re: beautiful !!

 by EmmanuelAerssens on: Oct 5 2010
Score 50%

i noticed what you mean. I'm working on a solution witch will be implemented in the next update.

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 Re: Re: beautiful !!

 by EmmanuelAerssens on: Oct 31 2010
Score 50%

this issue is solved

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 For your information

 by Invetero on: Nov 1 2010
Score 50%

I personally preferred and enjoyed the more 3D look of older versions, with pronouncedly 3D list headers and more popping window backgrounds. But thanks for enhancing the window border! It now looks good with all colors!

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 by DasFox on: Jan 14 2011
Score 38%

Where is the Linux respect around here?

1. You must not have used Linux for long.

2. Because of #1 you don't understand the Linux mentality.

3. Because of 1 & 2 combined this means you have no respect for Linux, trying to make it look like OS X.

If you like OS X then use it and buy yourself an Apple.

If you're a Linux geek then respect Linux and make something for it, to look like it!

I don't hate you, I'm not mad at you, I just think it's stupid and I get sick of looking at all the themes that people make, to have their LINUX box look like Windows or OS X.


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 by EmmanuelAerssens on: Jan 14 2011
Score 63%

What in the name of god is your problem?

It is just a theme for a gtk+ compilant graphic user interface for an operating system of choice. linux, unix, bsd, solaris whatever.

An operating system is made for operating a computer, not for worshiping, therefore we have gods and religions.

If you don't like Apple themes then don't look at them.

And take your med's.

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 Also looks great on Ubuntu 12.04

 by tinus61 on: Aug 28 2013
Score 50%

Thank you very much for this gorgeous theme! I've been trying quite a few of the Mac-ish ones and this one seems to be the #1. BTW I'm using DreamStudio (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS spin off) and it also looks great on this (older) version of Gnome3.

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 by D2013 on: Oct 1 2013
Score 50%

You did an awesome job, could you add blue mac folders too??

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