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Zukitwo

   2016.04.18  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 79%
Zukitwo
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Downloads:  382142
Submitted:  Apr 5 2011
Updated:  Apr 18 2016

Description:

Important note: This theme is designed for Gnome 3.18 and Gnome 3.20.

Get the absolute latest version from github: https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes

Get it for Gnome 3.18: (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS users get this one.) https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes/tree/3.18

To download click Download zip button on github or clone from git with:
git clone https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes.git

Older unsupported release: https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes/tree/v.3.14-1

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

Note: Current screenshot is very old and the theme has changed a little bit since then. Just cba taking a new one. ;-)




Changelog:

2016.04.18
- Theme updated to 3.18 and 3.20.




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 what happened to shell menues?

 
 by gracca on: Jun 11 2012
 
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This is my preferred theme. Now, that I upgraded to Fedora 17, the Gnome Shell menues are opaque and uglies... is this a bug or a feature? I loved the transparent menues, please tell me that this is a bug!


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 Re: what happened to shell menues?

 
 by ju2c0c0 on: Jul 7 2012
 
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Unfortunately, this is not a bug. I'm the same as you, I preferred the transparent menus, but the grey opaque ones are ok for me.


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 Font sizes as relative/scalable possible?

 
 by Gen2ly on: Jun 11 2012
 
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First I'd like to thank you for the theme, it's very well done. I'd like to ask though if it would be possible to use relative-font sizes. I noticed the gnome-shell theme uses pt sizes (e.g.

stage {
font-family: Ubuntu, Droid Sans, Trebuchet MS, Liberation Sans, sans-serif;
font-size: 9pt; /* The default font size. */

The ability to use relative-font sizes would make the theme more adaptable for other resolutions and DPIs. To convert pt to em proportionally with the current sizes can be done:

sed -i 's/font-size: 9pt;/font-size: 1em;/g' gnome-shell.css && \
sed -i 's/font-size: 8pt;/font-size: .89em;/g' gnome-shell.css && \
sed -i 's/font-size: 7.5pt;/font-size: .83em;/g' gnome-shell.css


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 Re: Font sizes as relative/scalable possible?

 
 by Gen2ly on: Jun 11 2012
 
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I'm discovering I'm liking the fonts sizes a little bigger:

sudo sed -i 's/font-size: 9pt;/font-size: 1.05em;/g' /usr/share/themes/Zukitwo-Shell/gnome-shell/gnome-shell.css && \
sudo sed -i 's/font-size: 8pt;/font-size: .935em;/g' /usr/share/themes/Zukitwo-Shell/gnome-shell/gnome-shell.css && \
sudo sed -i 's/font-size: 7.5pt;/font-size: .872em;/g' /usr/share/themes/Zukitwo-Shell/gnome-shell/gnome-shell.css


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 Re: Font sizes as relative/scalable possible?

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Jun 12 2012
 
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I've been thinking about this, but I do have some doubts.

Those sizes you suggested aren't the same size as the current for me, they're bigger in fact. I have to change the sizes to 0.9em, 0.85em and 0.8em to get the same sizes. So if I do this adapted to my screen I may mess up the fonts for others.


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 Re: Re: Font sizes as relative/scalable possible?

 
 by Gen2ly on: Jun 12 2012
 
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Is the Text scaling factor adjusted to a value lesser than 1.0? This gets adjusted at times by distributions. This setting can be found in GNOME Tweak Tool on the Fonts section for local setting.


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 It's my favourite theme but...

 
 by blackdiamond87 on: Jun 11 2012
 
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This is my favourite theme, I love it so much and it is amazing on Unity too.. ;)
But on gnome shell I noticed that there are no more transparent menus and in many parts the highlited text has not anymore that typical "zukitwo" blu colour... they appear opaque. I hope they will be available again in next updates.. :)
Many thanks for you work!!!


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 Re: It's my favourite theme but...

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Jun 12 2012
 
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I find transparent menus somewhat less usable. Especially when there's no alpha-blur available in mutter/clutter. I just want to see the menu items and not some application with text under the menu.

As for the blue color, I'm hoping it's a step for a more color neutral look. It may change, not decided yet.


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 Re: Re: It's my favourite theme but...

 
 by gracca on: Jun 12 2012
 
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This is the same question I asked above. Please could you make a version like before, with transparent menus? This was my preferred gnome-shell theme until last week, but I keep using your gtk theme :)


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 Re: Re: It's my favourite theme but...

 
 by OlegOlegovich on: Jun 17 2012
 
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While I do appreciate your position regarding menu background in, I think that shell notifications background should be at least a bit transparent (alpha around 0.9).

Reasoning is that notifications are quite often irrelevant but Gnome Shell displays them with long timeout (around 4 secs).


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 Is this a bug?

 
 by albatros193 on: Jun 24 2012
 
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In Unity fallback mode white text in the panel hast a green tint. This is not an issue with Unity. See attached screenshot

http://www.abload.de/img/unity_2dr7a1b.png


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 Is this a bug?

 
 by albatros193 on: Jun 24 2012
 
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In Unity fallback mode white text in the panel hast a green tint.

http://www.abload.de/img/unity_2dr7a1b.png


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 Re: Is this a bug?

 
 by lassekongo83 on: Jun 24 2012
 
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Looks like an issue with your font settings.

Use gnome-tweak-tool to change the settings to:
Hinting: Slight
Antialiasing: RGB

It could also have something to do with cairo or compiz not being activated.


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 Minor bugs

 
 by OlegOlegovich on: Jul 3 2012
 
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1. You've added -GtkButtonBox-child-min-height GtkButtonBox::child-min-height to Zukitwo, but not to Zukini or Zukitwo-Dark. Is this a bug or a feature?

2. I would consider adding

.notebook .button {
padding: 3px;
}

Otherwise, all buttons inside notebook have padding = 1px which seems rather tiny.

Best regards.


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