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Aldabra

   3.2.1  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Aldabra
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Aldabra
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Downloads:  18698
Submitted:  May 31 2011
Updated:  Nov 15 2011

Description:

Aldabra is a GTK2 theme that uses the Murrine and Pixmap engines to mimic the look of Adwaita, the default GNOME 3 theme.

The goal of this theme is to provide visual consistency between GTK2 and GTK3 applications. It is a work in progress, and there are several known issues: keyboard shortcut color in menus, gray menu gradient, and toolbar button hover glow.

Versions currently exist for GNOME 3.0 and GNOME 3.2. Please download the version of Aldabra that matches your version of GNOME.

Aldabra is available under the LGPLv2+. Anyone is welcome to rename, package, or otherwise distribute the theme (in whole or in part) as permitted by that license. Constructive feedback is greatly appreciated.




Changelog:

2011-11-14 Version 3.2.2
Removed low contrast hack so that menu separators are shown. Fixed white bar in LibreOffice.

2011-11-05 Version 3.2.1
Updated Metacity and GTK themes to fit GNOME 3.2. Metacity and GTK3 theme are taken from Adwaita. Modified notebook tab to clean up Firefox. Made menus and tooltips borderless and sized correctly. Added toolbar dragging. Thanks goes to ScionicSpectre and GregKNicholson (gkn.me.uk) on gnome-look.org.

2011-06-18 Version 0.7.5 Added a COPYING and NEWS file to the archive to help packagers. The theme itself has not changed.

2011-06-15 Version 0.7.5. Fixed Eclipse scrollbars. Thanks goes to mxt on ubuntuforums.

2011-06-06 Version 0.7.4. Corrected the colors of radios and checks in menus. Fixed the scrollbar "invalid borders" error.

2011-06-02 Version 0.7.3. Switched archive formats again. Attempted to allow installation via dragging archive to gnome-appearance-properties and to reduce errors in GNOME 2.

2011-06-02 Version 0.7.2. Modified index.theme. Aldabra displays as a full theme in gnome-appearance-properties without errors/warnings about missing dependencies.

2011-06-02 Version 0.7.1. Modified index.theme.

2011-06-02 Version 0.7. Modified index.theme. Removed the active tab underline and replaced screengrab checkboxes/radiobuttons with the official Adwaita images. Switched back to .zip because of GNOME-look's upload filesize limit.

2011-06-01 Version 0.6.2. Fixed gVim scrollbars.

2011-06-01 Version 0.6.1. Modified the toolbar pixmap to work better with some applications. Added radiobuttons and checkboxes to Firefox.

2011-05-31 Version 0.6. Added Adwaita-styled checkboxes and radiobuttons. They are not applied perfectly yet. Please comment about any regressions.

2011-05-31 Version 0.5.2. Fixed Firefox menubar selected text color.

2011-05-31 Version 0.5.1. Uploaded a .tar, because .tar.gz would not open. Fixed expanders.

2011-05-31 Uploaded a .tar.gz to help packagers. Contents of file have not changed, just the archive format.

2011-05-31 Initial commit to GNOME-look.org.




LicenseLGPL
(Aldabra for GNOME 3.2 (3.2.2))
(Aldabra for GNOME 3.0 (0.7.5))
(Aldabra for Firefox (userChrome.css))
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 Thx

 
 by someonefromouttaspace on: May 31 2011
 
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This is exactly what I was looking for.
Works almost perfect with libreoffice *thumbsup*
However I appreciate it that in future gnome 3 version apps like firefox (espacially tabs in the titlebar) or libreoffice would better integrate with the look of the whole desktop.
Anyway: Thank you for sharing your theme


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 Re: Thx

 
 by ceramicm on: May 31 2011
 
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You're welcome, I'm glad you appreciate it! I fixed Firefox menubar text in the latest version. I will look at tabs, but I'm not sure what I can do yet. Thank you for the feedback.


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 Re: Thx

 
 by ceramicm on: May 31 2011
 
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Ok, I worked on Firefox tabs a bit. For a more native look, unselect "Tabs on Top" in Firefox. Then, create a userChrome.css file in $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/[profile].default/chrome. Paste this (http://pastebin.com/HEqfuyCi) into the userChrome.css file and restart Firefox.

The active tab is overlapped on the right, I'm still working on that.


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 Re: Thx

 
 by ceramicm on: May 31 2011
 
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Ok, I worked on Firefox tabs a bit. For a more native look, unselect "Tabs on Top" in Firefox. Then, create a userChrome.css file in $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/[profile].default/chrome. Paste this (http://pastebin.com/HEqfuyCi) into the userChrome.css file and restart Firefox.

The active tab is overlapped on the right, I'm still working on that.


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 Re: Thx

 
 by ceramicm on: Jun 1 2011
 
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A new version of the Firefox userChrome.css is available here (http://pastebin.com/znJTpuHm). I added the Adwaita toolbar background but still haven't figured out how to fix the overlapping tabs.


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 Re: Re: Thx

 
 by inckie on: Jun 2 2011
 
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add this to .tabbrowser-tab[selected=true]:

z-index: 1 !important;
position: relative !important;


Then create this selector:

.tabbrowser-tab[selected=false] {
z-index: 0 !important;
position: relative !important;
}


As for Aldabra, it’s amazing! I hope it makes it to upstream soon!


If you can make it more beautiful, please do.
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 Re: Re: Re: Thx

 
 by inckie on: Jun 2 2011
 
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I’ve tinkered around with your CSS and arrived at this:

http://pastebin.com/VrSMLpXf

How does it work for you?


If you can make it more beautiful, please do.
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 Re: Re: Thx

 
 by ceramicm on: Jun 2 2011
 
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Nice work! Is there a way to specify #nav-bar for different tab positions (ie. tabs on top, tabs on bottom)? I made a userChrome.css based on yours designed for tabs on bottom (http://pastebin.com/CvPXTQNF), but I'd like to have one file that can do both, if possible. Thanks for great work!


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 Re: Re: Re: Thx

 
 by inckie on: Jun 2 2011
 
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How about this:

http://pastebin.com/2yXSP6uX

I've also fixed a slight tab label shifting when the throbber appears.

Unfortunately I have no idea as to how to consolidate both styles in a single .css file. There are also two other issues I couldn't fix:

  • Try creating enough new tabs to overflow the tab bar, then pin a couple of them.

  • There's no border between the unselected tabs and whatever is immediately below them (either the nav bar or the content area).

  • If you can make it more beautiful, please do.
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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Thx

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 3 2011
     
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    It's really nice! Tab backgrounds are plain in other applications, so I'm not sure if the toolbar background should be used there. I like the gradient in #nav-bar, though.

    I also noticed the two issues you mentioned, but I'm haven't found a fix yet. Adding a border-bottom to #TabsToolbar will draw a line under all tabs, but this is suboptimal, since the active tab should not be underlined.

    I incorporated the corrected margins into another tabs-on-bottom design: http://pastebin.com/ATd9cfgb Thanks again for your excellent work!



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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Thx

     
     by inckie on: Jun 3 2011
     
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    Turns out there was a way!

    http://pastebin.com/rwRuyN4z

    Two issues to go and I think we'll have a near-complete FF4 theme. ;)


    If you can make it more beautiful, please do.

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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Thx

     
     by inckie on: Jun 3 2011
     
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    One more change, inspired by the Epiphany browser:

    http://pastebin.com/te6h3cHg

    We're getting there!


    If you can make it more beautiful, please do.

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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Thx

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 3 2011
     
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    Great work combining the two styles, thanks! Some minor padding/size/margin tweaks: http://pastebin.com/TxtGMFpj

    I took several screenshots and compared Firefox and Epiphany to align the various elements. Firefox is nearly pixel-pefect now. Do you know a way to make the border around #urlbar and .searchbar-textbox darker to match GtkEntry borders? Also, is there a way to disable access keys/mnemonic keys?



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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Thx

     
     by inckie on: Jun 3 2011
     
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    I don't know if this is “the correct way™” to do this, but here goes:

    http://pastebin.com/PRyitD0s

    (I changed some paddings to match Epiphany here on my machine—the differences I spotted might be related to the size I set for the UI font (Cantarell Regular @ 10pt).)


    If you can make it more beautiful, please do.

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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Thx

     
     by leecon on: Jun 4 2011
     
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    Looks good, you should make the new tab "+" button more unlike a button when hovering over it. The Adwaita tab buttons on say gedit3 don't act that way. Just the "x" icon lightens up a bit when hovering.



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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Thx

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 4 2011
     
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    @inckie Thanks for the excellent work! Firefox looks great now. I am using Cantarell Regular 10 with a 0.9 Text Scaling Factor and have no alignment problems with your latest version.

    @leecon Button highlights are wrong in all of Aldabra, not just Firefox. Once buttons are fixed in gtkrc, Firefox buttons _should_ display correctly without modifications to userChrome.css.



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     Awesome!

     
     by loftmannen on: Jun 1 2011
     
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    Awesome work!

    Any change of fixing the scrollbar for applications like Emacs and GVim?

    Voted up!


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     Re: Awesome!

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 1 2011
     
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    I'll look into it. Thanks for the support!


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     Re: Awesome!

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 1 2011
     
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    The newest version (0.6.2) includes a fix for the gvim scrollbar. The width is not right because it is hardcoded in gvim (http://vim.1045645.n5.nabble.com/GTK-scrollbar-width-setting-with-X11-td1208194.html), but the steppers are not chopped off anymore.


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     nice!

     
     by sipik on: Jun 1 2011
     
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    This is really nice and exactly what was missing to have a consistent look between gtk2 and gtk3!

    However I have 2 tiny comments.

    1. I personally feel the default size of the scrollbars waist a bit of space. Would it be possible to make the scrollbars a bit thinner? (or at least give the instructions on how to do it myself. in both gtk2 and gtk2)

    2. The look of buttons is currently different in gtk2 and gtk3 (e.g., when the button is focused). Not a biggie, but perhaps something for the future (if it is not already on your list). Or maybe even use another gtk engine, like equinox or aurora (which I personally think have some elements which would fit very nicely with default Adwaita)?

    Anyways, great work and thanks for sharing!

    Cheers


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     Re: nice!

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 2 2011
     
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    The buttons are on my to do list, thanks!

    I'll post later about resizing scrollbars. I've been busy, sorry its taken me so long to reply.


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     Re: nice!

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 2 2011
     
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    To make scrollbars more narrow in GTK2, adjust GtkScrollbar::slider_width and GtkScrollbar::stepper_size. I'm not sure yet about GTK3.

    Aurora and Equinox are both very nice engines, but I would prefer to keep the number of engine dependencies to a minimum. The Moblin Netbook engine is also similar to Adwaita.


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     pgAdmin III

     
     by wavded on: Jun 1 2011
     
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    Excellent work on the theme love it with Gnome-Shell and GTK3 apps. If you are looking for apps to tweak, pgAdmin3 is a little off for the tabs on the top. Not sure if its expecting an icon there or what but thought I'd mention.


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     Re: pgAdmin III

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 2 2011
     
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    Thank you. I'll look into it.


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     Unity Compatible?

     
     by kagedin on: Jun 1 2011
     
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    I'm really excited for this theme, but does it work with unity? Is there a specific way to install it? When I moved it into the .themes folder and applied it, it didn't seem to work right. Any help would be appreciated, I really want to get this theme working.


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     Re: Unity Compatible?

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 2 2011
     
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    I do not have Ubuntu installed right now, so I haven't tested Aldabra with Unity. I would be curious to know if it works.

    To install Aldabra, open a terminal and type "sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf". Press enter and the required engines will be installed. Next, untar Aldabra to either $HOME/.themes or /usr/share/themes. Then, open gnome-appearance-properties (GNOME 2) or gnome-tweak-tool (GNOME 3) and select the "Aldabra" theme. That should do it. Please let me know if it still doesn't work.


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     Re: Re: Unity Compatible?

     
     by kagedin on: Jun 2 2011
     
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    Hey thanks for the reply, the theme kind of works, some elements of it are slightly pixelated, especially the window borders, the panel also isn't themed to match Gnome3, then again I am using Unity. But overall it's a great theme thanks for making it, it looks really good!


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     nice artwork

     
     by deny26 on: Jun 2 2011
     
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    your artwork on my watchlist :)
    thanks to share this beauty artwork..
    I like it.


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     Re: nice artwork

     
     by ceramicm on: Jun 3 2011
     
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    Thank you. I'm glad you like it.


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