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Zukitwo

   2014.04.13  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Zukitwo
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Downloads:  274254
Submitted:  Apr 5 2011
Updated:  Apr 13 2014

Description:

Important note: This theme is designed for Gnome 3.12. May or may not work with other versions of Gnome-shell and GTK.

Old versions can be found here: https://launchpad.net/zukitwo/+series
Click: Browse code > View revision > download tarball.

THEME INFO

The included INSTALL file have all the installation instructions.

GTK2 ENGINES REQUIREMENT
- GTK2 engine Murrine 0.98.1.1 or later.
- GTK2 pixbuf engine or the gtk(2)-engines package.

Fedora/RedHat distros:
yum install gtk-murrine-engine gtk2-engines

Ubuntu/Mint/Debian distros:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf

ArchLinux:
pacman -S gtk-engine-murrine gtk-engines

Other:
Search for the engines in your distribution's repository or install the engines from source.

OTHER INFO
Wallpaper: http://fiftyfootshadows.net/2011/09/14/between-here-and-there/
Font: Droid Sans
Icons: Faenza-Dark

Known bugs:

- The IDE software Eclipse/Aptana may have some strange color bugs. If you know of any fixes, please let me know.

- Gnome Files have a small weird padding on the infobar. (When you open trashcan for example.)




Changelog:

2014.04.13
- GTK3: Added support for unity client side decoration. (This package is still only for GTK 3.12 though. Ubuntu 14.04 uses GTK 3.10.)
- GTK3: Improved progressbars a bit.
- GTK3: Added the metacity buttons to the client side decorations.

2014.03.29
- Updated to work with Gnome 3.12.
Note: Don't upgrade if you're still using an earlier version of Gnome.
You can grab earlier versions here: https://launchpad.net/zukitwo/+series

2013.12.10
- Added an index.theme file.
- GTK3: Sidebar hover effect added in Nautilus/Nemo.
- GTK3/2: Various tweaks.
- Shell: Removed the arrow on the app-menu (and other stuff) to make it look like it did before 3.10.

2013.11.07
- GTK2: Thunar style added.
- GTK3: Fixed border below active tabs.

2013.10.27
- GTK3: Better column headers. Nemo fixes. Fixed fine-tune scrollbar.
- GTK2: Removed unused assets for outdated apps.

2013.10.17
- GTK3/Shell: A couple of fixes.

2013.10.12
- GTK3: Updated to work with Gnome 3.10. The theme will break in earlier versions of Gnome-shell. Grab earlier versions here: https://launchpad.net/zukitwo/+series
- Shell theme: Revamped (Again!). :-P

2013.04.24
- GTK3: Client Side Decoration CSS added. (For wayland.)
- GTK3: Support .rubberband in .content-view plus some more fixes.
- Mutter/Metacity: Fixed left aligned buttons and removed unused assets.

2013.04.18
- Mutter theme: Fixed a lot of stuff.
- Legacy metacity theme: New everything.
- GTK3: Improved scale troughs.

2013.03.29
- Mutter/Metacity: Previous release used the Zukiwi borders, this has now been fixed.
- Shell theme: New scrollbars and checkbuttons.

2013.03.28
- ALL: Updated to work with Gnome 3.8. If you use Ubuntu GNOME 13.04 (or 12.10) I would not recommend an upgrade. It should work, but there may be some issues with the gnome-shell theme because 13.04 will use Gnome 3.6 components.
- ALL: New borders, switches, sliders, progressbars etc. New look for menus and stuff in the gnome-shell theme.

2013.02.07
- GTK3/Mutter: Some minor bug fixes.

2013.02.06
- GTK3: Some bug fixes and some changes to the treeview list.
- GTK3: Nemo style added.
- GTK2: Fixes for xfce-panel. (May behave a bit inconsistent with some applets.)
- XFWM4: Left and right border now 2px in size because of a xorg or driver bug that made them invisible.

2012.12.16
- GTK3: New switch buttons. Active focus border added. Better tabs and column headers. Some other minor fixes.

2012.12.11
- Shell theme: Some fixes and default font changed from Liberation to Droid. (Make sure to include ttf-droid to the depends if you're maintaining a package of this.)
- GTK3/GTK2: Separators added to menus.
- GTK3: Improved button borders.
- GTK3: Some other minor fixes and tweaks.

2012.12.07
- Unity: Changed the panel color to match the rest of the theme, plus added the new buttons.
- GTK3: Osd support added.
- GTK3: Several fixes and some minor changes.

2012.12.04
- GTK3: Some minor improvements and bug fixes.
- Shell theme: Switch buttons now visible again.
- XFWM4: Updated the theme to the new look. (If you don't have any left or right borders see: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=54168 )

2012.12.02
- GTK3/GTK2/Metacity: Some bug fixes.
- GTK3: Some minor improvements to linked buttons and entrys.

2012.12.01
- GTK3/Shell: Updated to work with Gnome (GTK+) 3.6. Will break in any earlier or later versions of Gnome.
- Shell theme: Changed the previous look on buttons and borders etc. Made the panel a bit darker.
- Mutter: New buttons taken from my previous Zukiwi theme.

Note: Because Gnome 3.6 is the worst release of Gnome so far - this theme no longer contains Zukitwo-Dark. I had no motivation to maintain it any longer. There are also plenty of old and new bugs plus regressions.

This theme also no longer requires the Unico GTK3 engine.

... Purged changelog.

2011.04.05
- First release.




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 Full dark version please

 
 by Jooj on: Oct 16 2011
 
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Amazing theme, but I'm a dark theme lover. Nearly the same think with a dark background would be amazing.


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 need help do tweak dark menus

 
 by LostinSpacetime on: Oct 17 2011
 
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Hello. I would really like to have an option for dark menus. I'm trying to tweak your theme, but I'm having a hard time applying the changes I'm making in the css-configuration-files. Reloading the theme only shows the gtk2 changes I've made. I have to logout and login every time which is very annoying. I'm sure there is a better way to do this. Any help, please?


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 Re: need help do tweak dark menus

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Oct 17 2011
 
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Usually all I have to do is to close and open an application again to see the changes. This varies on distributions I've noticed. (Works fine in ArchLinux for me.) Otherwise restart gnome-shell. ALT+F2 and then type r to restart it instead of logging in and out.

If you're not using gnome-shell you can try to restart whatever you're using. ALT+F2 (or "Run" from any menu) and then type your-window-manager --replace


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 Re: Re: need help do tweak dark menus

 
 by LostinSpacetime on: Oct 17 2011
 
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Thank you! Closing and reopening the application did the trick.


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 Re: Re: Re: need help do tweak dark menus

 
 by IBBoard on: Oct 19 2011
 
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If you do get a dark menu version of the theme then I'd love to see it. I've tweaked an old version of the theme (when it had dark menus) to fix a couple of oddities in GTK2, but haven't looked at GTK3 yet. Overall, the theme is great, but I think the move to light menus on the dark theme was the one bad choice.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: need help do tweak dark menus

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Oct 19 2011
 
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But it's back again in the latest update. :P


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: need help do tweak dark menus

 
 by IBBoard on: Oct 19 2011
 
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Really? Great! Now I just need to go to all the hassle of installing a suitably new version of Unico on openSUSE and Fedora :\


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 dark menus :)

 
 by LostinSpacetime on: Oct 20 2011
 
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Thank you for being so responsive. One thing is a bit out of place though with dark menus. It's the state entries you've made recently. For example the sound indicator (using unity) has buttons which get white when you hover over them.

Thank you again for the great work! Your theme is by far my favorite.


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 Re: dark menus :)

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Oct 20 2011
 
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Unity is quite a mess right now. Barely any documentation about how to theme it. But if you could provide a screenshot maybe I could take a look at it. (But I can't test my possible fixes.) :P


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 Re: Re: dark menus :)

 
 by LostinSpacetime on: Oct 21 2011
 
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I believe this is not only a Unity problem. Here is what I did:

added

.menu *:hover {
background-color: shade (@menubar_color, 1.08);

to gtk-widgets.css

and changed

text[NORMAL] = @selected_fg_color (it was fg_color)

in the "murrine-menuitem-text-is-fg-color-workaround" section of the gtkrc file.

With these changes everything seems to be ok so far. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: dark menus :)

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Oct 22 2011
 
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Your fixes breaks a lot of other things. And maybe these dark menus weren't such a good idea anyways, because of so many application with bad gtk integration seems to break.


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 theme not listed in gnome-tweak-tool

 
 by kapok on: Oct 21 2011
 
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Hi, congratulations on your work. Outstanding themes.

I tried today to install the themes on a fresh ubuntu 11.10 and they does not appear in the theme list in gnome-tweak-tool.

Other themes are listed.

Any idea on how to find the bug ?


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 Re: theme not listed in gnome-tweak-tool

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Oct 21 2011
 
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Sounds like you've installed the themes in the wrong folder and/or didn't close and re-open gnome-tweak-tool after you installed the themes.

Folder structure:
~/.themes/Zukitwo
~/.themes/Zukitwo-Dark
etc.

or

/usr/share/themes/Zukitwo
/usr/share/themes/Zukitwo-Dark
etc.


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 Re: Re: theme not listed in gnome-tweak-tool

 
 by kapok on: Oct 21 2011
 
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I put the themes folders in /usr/share/themes.

As i said, other installed themes are listed.


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 Re: Re: Re: theme not listed in gnome-tweak-tool

 
 by LostinSpacetime on: Oct 21 2011
 
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make sure the permitions are ok


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 Text contrast

 
 by MadFish on: Oct 21 2011
 
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Grey text on grey background is not fun.
I'm tired of manually fixing text color to black on almost all recent themes - Adwaita, Elementary, Ambiance - all suffer from this disease. Where it all came from?
Please consider switching text color to pure black (#000000 instead of #3c3c3c). Staring at computer screen is already tiresome for eyes, no need to make it worse with bad contrast.


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 Re: Text contrast

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Oct 22 2011
 
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Putting the text color to black causes something that makes it look worse for me. I can't really explain it actually. Try adjusting your monitor's contrast/brightness. Make sure you can see each steps in this image: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_TAT-cjPugxo/TOmkdbVtRZI/AAAAAAAAAF8/r7LVM7BDT8E/s1600/grayscale.jpg


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 Re: Re: Text contrast

 
 by MadFish on: Oct 22 2011
 
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Brightness/contrast settings on my monitor are absolutely fine, and I can see all the steps clearly.
My point, is that #000000 is more readable than #3c3c3c, and that's kinda obvious IMO. I don't understand, what can possibly go wrong with that, for me it's a clear improvement.


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 Re: Re: Re: Text contrast

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Oct 22 2011
 
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I'm just going to say what DanRabbit, the author of elementary gtk said:
"no, the black is too sharp of a contrast and it hurts your eyes after a while. Better to go with an almost-black."

I agree with him. It actually does that to me after trying. But this is very individual I guess. :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Text contrast

 
 by MadFish on: Oct 22 2011
 
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I suggest making a variation (like Zukitwo-Contrast) with more contrast to allow user decide.


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 dark-menu bug

 
 by andru-kun on: Oct 22 2011
 
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Dark menu is not a good idea for Zukitwo-Dark...
http://img692.imageshack.us/img692/8537/buggo.png
Transmission 2.41. Also there is some problem with Firefox menu... Please, return previous color scheme of menu :)


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