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GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 79%

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Downloads:  369373
Submitted:  Apr 5 2011
Updated:  Oct 22 2014


Important note: This theme is designed for Gnome 3.14. May or may not work with other versions of Gnome-shell and GTK.

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

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


The included INSTALL file have all the installation instructions.

- GTK2 engine Murrine 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

pacman -S gtk-engine-murrine gtk-engines

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

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

Since Gnome 3.14 you may have to use the default icon theme or an icon theme compatible with Gnome 3.14. There may be some issues with the theme if you for example use the Faenza icon theme or any other outdated theme that haven't been updated for Gnome 3.14.

Known bugs:

- Libreoffice have a bug that displays active text color on menus wrong. It's a libreoffice bug primarily.

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


- Some tweaks and fixes.

- Updated for Gnome 3.14.
- New shell theme for all Zuki* themes.

- GTK3: Fixed CSD fallback menu button.
- GTK3: Fixed some other bugs and made some minor improvements.

- GTK3: Fixed progressbar through.
- Assets: Better focused button border.

- GTK3: Some minor bugfixes.

- 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.

- 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

- 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.

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

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- GTK2: Removed unused assets for outdated apps.

- GTK3/Shell: A couple of fixes.

- 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

- 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.

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

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

- 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.

- GTK3/Mutter: Some minor bug fixes.

- 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.

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

- 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.

- 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.

- 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 )

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

- 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.

- First release.

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 what happened to shell menues?

 by gracca on: Jun 11 2012
Score 50%

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!

Copyleft, all rights reversed ;-)
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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
Score 50%

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
Score 50%

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
Score 50%

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
Score 38%

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 :)

Copyleft, all rights reversed ;-)
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 Re: Re: It's my favourite theme but...

 by OlegOlegovich on: Jun 17 2012
Score 50%

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
Score 50%

In Unity fallback mode white text in the panel hast a green tint. This is not an issue with Unity. See attached screenshot


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 Is this a bug?

 by albatros193 on: Jun 24 2012
Score 50%

In Unity fallback mode white text in the panel hast a green tint.


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 Re: Is this a bug?

 by lassekongo83 on: Jun 24 2012
Score 50%

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
Score 50%

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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