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Hope gtk3

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GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Hope gtk3
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Hope gtk3
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Depends on  GTK 3.x
Downloads:  76825
Submitted:  May 6 2011
Updated:  Jan 5 2012

Description:

This is the port of Hope gtk+ theme to gtk3. All credit goes to 0rAX0 (http://0rax0.deviantart.com/) for the beautiful theme.


This theme is released under the GPL version 3

Ubuntu Unity and gnome3 fallback mode are supported now
This theme works with gnome 3.2 now

This theme is based on unico gtk3 engine, see bottom for instructions.

[b]xfwm4 theme included now(thanks to Illuna)

Please report bugs and/or suggestions..



Credits:

*-hope gtk by 0rAX0 (http://0rax0.deviantart.com/art/Hope-GTK-187658025)

*-half-left for gnome-shell atolm theme (http://half-left.deviantart.com/art/GNOME-Shell-Atolm-204534789).

*xfwm4 theme by Illuna (http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=Illuna)

*-Andrea Cimitan for the wonderful new unico gtk3 engine.

*-gnome3 design team for adwaita theme..

* ghogaru for the notebook style(http://fav.me/d34mspx)

EDIT:
how to install(assuming u're running gnome3)

The archive contains two folders, Hope and Hope_old. If you want to use the older theme based on adwaita, use Hope_old

*Extract it.
*Copy the `Hope` folder to ~/.themes.
*Open gnome-tweak-tool.
*Choose Hope as ur theme, Window theme and gnome-shell theme in the appropriate sections.
*Enjoy :)


HOW TO INSTALL UNICO GTK3 ENGINE:
*parabola and arch users can find the package in AUR
http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=49242

* Ubuntu 11.10 and later-- already installed


*Others need to compile from source, download from launchpad
(If anyone knows of packages for other distros, please let me know, i'll update the info)

Download from http://launchpad.net/unico/1.0/1.0.1/+download/unico-1.0.1.tar.gz and extract

$cd unico
$./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr --disable-static
$make
#make install


Happy hacking




Changelog:

05/01/2012
* Rebuilt Shell theme for 3.2
* Dark sidebar for nautilus
* Prettier gradient for toolbar
* New notebook styles
* Better toolbar separators
* More compact grid in shell overview
* Removed ugly resize grip

10/10/2011
Openbox theme included.

03/10/2011
* Rebuilt for unico 1.0.1
* Unity support added
* Support for fallback mode added
* minor fixes

06/07/2011
*xfwm4 theme included

22/06/2011"
*Now based on unico engine
*Better buttons
*Better text-entries
*Better Tabs
*Gnome-shell theme included (based on gnome-shell atolm by half-left)

19/05/2011:
*(hopefully) fixed white text problem

06/05/2011:
*fixed nautilus sidebar text colour
*fixed listview active gradient
*various minor fixes


26/04/2011:
*corrected gradient for horizontal scrollbars
*radial gradient for buttons
*corrected progressbar border-radius




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 Search query hangs

 
 by dmachop on: Nov 26 2011
 
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The theme's brilliant but there seems to be a bug in this. I use F16 with Gnome and whenever I enter the search query in the gnome-search-applet on the top right hand corner, it hangs and does not respond.

Search, although works fine on the other themes.
Could you look into this?


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 Re: Search query hangs

 
 by grvrulz on: Jan 5 2012
 
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Fixed now :)


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 Nice tutorial.

 
 by trollonrent on: Nov 27 2011
 
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Also there's a very good channel on youtube on tutorial giving introduction and installation procedure on different types of Linux themes. I think you'll find that helpful.

http://www.youtube.com/wethepenguins01


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 a question:

 
 by nitrofurano on: Dec 12 2011
 
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how can we use gnome-color-chooser colour schemes there (gtk3)? - or may we need to run some script to convert these colour schemes to an external css file, like at '~/.gnome-color-chooser/config.css' (neighbour to '~/.gnome-color-chooser/config.xml') ?


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 Re: a question:

 
 by grvrulz on: Jan 5 2012
 
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Gnome-color-chooser is not compatible with gtk3. But you can easily change the colors in the gtk.css and settings.ini files


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 Re: Re: a question:

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jan 5 2012
 
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thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: a question:

 
 by robologo on: Jan 8 2012
 
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Which line in the gtk.css is responsible for changing turquise (hovering the menu) into blue for example?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: a question:

 
 by robologo on: Jan 8 2012
 
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"turquoise"


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: a question:

 
 by grvrulz on: Jan 8 2012
 
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You have to change the selected_bg_color in gtk.css and settings.ini :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: a question:

 
 by robologo on: Jan 8 2012
 
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Right, that works fine. Thanks a lot!



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 Icons

 
 by arni on: Jan 10 2012
 
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Where are the themes of the icons?


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 Re: Icons

 
 by grvrulz on: Jan 13 2012
 
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The icon theme is Awoken. You have choose the folder type as s11 during customisation.


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 Re: Re: Icons

 
 by JDog2pt0 on: Feb 15 2012
 
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The folder type in the screenshot is classy, not s11.


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 Style of application tabs

 
 by avunat on: Jan 12 2012
 
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I'm not sure if I'm missing something, unico is there...
The tabs in gtk3 applications look rather Win95 compared to the gtk2 ones. Could you take a look?
Apart from that, I really like the theme having a more or less circular gradient on buttons instead of the typical linear one.


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 Re: Style of application tabs

 
 by grvrulz on: Jan 13 2012
 
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Can you link to a screenshot, because the tabs work for me.


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 Re: Re: Style of application tabs

 
 by avunat on: Jan 13 2012
 
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Looks like this for me:
http://nightsoul.org/files/tabs.png

Nautilus in background, pidgin in front. The nautilus tabs look rather flat, I prefer the slight gradient on pidgin's ones...


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 Re: Re: Re: Style of application tabs

 
 by grvrulz on: Jan 13 2012
 
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That's how they are styled. The gtk3 theme isn't an exact copy of the gtk2 one. Pidgin is gtk2 and will be updated to work with gtk3 soon.

I didn't make the gtk2 theme, I ported it to gtk3, and I don't have enough knomledge of gtk2 themeing to make tabs like that.

If you still want to have tabs like that, you can open gtk-widgets.css and replace lines 1099-1159 with this

/************
* notebook *
************/
.notebook {
background-color: shade (@bg_color, 1.02);
background-image: none;
border-radius: 3;
padding: 3;

-unico-inner-stroke-color: alpha (shade (@bg_color, 1.26), 0.3);
-unico-inner-stroke-gradient: none;
}

.notebook tab {
background-image: -gtk-gradient (linear, left top, left bottom,
from (shade (@bg_color, 0.97)),
color-stop (0.80, shade (@bg_color, 0.95)),
to (shade (@bg_color, 0.92)));
padding: 2 1 0 1;

-unico-border-gradient: -gtk-gradient (linear, left top, left bottom,
from (shade (@bg_color, 0.86)),
to (shade (@bg_color, 0.84)));
-unico-inner-stroke-color: alpha (shade (@bg_color, 1.26), 0.34);
-unico-inner-stroke-gradient: none;
-unico-inner-stroke-width: 1;
-unico-outer-stroke-color: @transparent;
-unico-outer-stroke-gradient: none;
-unico-outer-stroke-width: 1;
}

.notebook tab:active {
background-image: -gtk-gradient (linear, left top, left bottom,
from (shade (@bg_color, 1.1)),
to (shade (@bg_color, 1.02)));

-unico-border-gradient: -gtk-gradient (linear, left top, left bottom,
from (shade (@bg_color, 0.84)),
to (shade (@bg_color, 0.8)));
}

.notebook tab .button {
padding: 0;
}


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Style of application tabs

 
 by avunat on: Jan 14 2012
 
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That looks nicer in my opinion, thank you! :)


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 nautilus selected item

 
 by mese79 on: Jan 13 2012
 
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Hi
Thanks for greate job.
But how could i change nautilus selected item back color? it is a little light, i think.


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