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Clearlooks-Phenix

  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  17600
Submitted:  Sep 13 2011
Updated:  Nov 2 2012

Description:

Clearlooks-Phenix (formerly known as Clearwaita) aims at creating a GTK3 port of Clearlooks, the default theme for Gnome 2. Style is also included for GTK2, Unity and for Metacity, Openbox and Xfwm4 window managers.

Requirements:

  • for Clearlooks-Phenix 1: packages gtk2-engines (if GTK2 applications are used) and gnome-themes-standard;


  • for Clearlooks-Phenix 2: packages gtk2-engines (if GTK2 applications are used), gnome-themes-standard and gtk3-engines-unico.


  • for Clearlooks-Phenix 3: packages gtk2-engines (if GTK2 applications are used).


  • Download:

    Please download Clearlooks-Phenix 1 if your GTK version is 3.0 or 3.2. Download Clearlooks-Phenix 2 if you have GTK 3.4. Download Clearlooks-Phenix 3 if you have GTK 3.6 or newer. To find your GTK version:

  • You can check in your package manager the version of the package libgtk-3-0.


  • If you use Ubuntu, here's a correspondence between its versions and those of GTK (for a default installation of Ubuntu): Ubuntu 11.10: GTK 3.2; Ubuntu 12.04: GTK 3.4; Ubuntu 12.10: GTK 3.6.


  • For more details about installation or configuration, see the homepage link or the README file in the archive.




    Changelog:

  • 2012-11-02: Minor UI fixes in Clearlooks-Phenix 2 and Clearlooks-Phenix 3.


  • 2012-10-23: Clearlooks-Phenix 3 released. Compatibility with GTK 3.6. Dropped dependencies to Adwaita and Unico engines, since the GTK built-in engine is now exclusively used. Style rewrote to allow easy creation of color variants of the theme. Documentation updated. Minor UI fixes.


  • 2012-06-30: minor UI fixes. Documentation updated. Wallpaper added. New styles (gnome-terminal, Unity panel...).


  • 2012-06-25: project renamed Clearlooks-Phenix. New version 2 completely rewritten and compatible with GTK 3.4. Almost all widgets now have a Clearlooks style.


  • 2012-02-01: files for Openbox and Xfwm4 window managers; better buttons style; minor UI fixes.


  • 2012-01-18: semi-transparent selection and option to choose white as font color on the desktop.


  • 2011-09-13: first version put on GNOME-Look.org.




  • LicenseGPL
    (Clearlooks-Phenix 1 for GTK 3.0 and 3.2)
    (Clearlooks-Phenix 2 for GTK 3.4)
    (Clearlooks-Phenix 3 for GTK 3.6 and newer)
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     Rewriting for GTK3.4

     
     by DDZ on: May 25 2012
     
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    You are rewriting your theme for GTK 3.4, it should be ready very soon.

    Can you "convert" absolute colors (like #abcdef;) to
    relative colors (like mix (@selected_bg_color, shade (@bg_color, x),
    y);) to create variants easily?
    Thank you in advance! ;-)


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     Re: Rewriting for GTK3.4

     
     by DDZ on: May 25 2012
     
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    To convert absolute color (like #abcdef";) to relative colors
    (like mix (@selected_bg_color, shade (@bg_color, x), y);)
    gnomecc 2 gtk3css converter (
    http://opendesktop.org/content/show.php/gnomecc+2+gtk3css+converter?c
    ontent=148882) might help you. :-)


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     Re: Re: Rewriting for GTK3.4

     
     by jpfleury on: Jun 10 2012
     
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    Merci. Je me souviens avoir eu au tout début des problèmes avec les couleurs relatives. Les couleurs ne s'affichaient pas tout à fait comme ce qui était déclaré dans le fichier «gtk.css». Il y avait une légère variation. Je suppose que c'est un bogue qui a été corrigé depuis, car je n'ai plus ce problème.


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     Re: Re: Re: Rewriting for GTK3.4

     
     by DDZ on: Jun 11 2012
     
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    Excellente nouvelle !
    Merci ;-)

    Sounds good to me!
    Thank you! :-)


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     changing window border color

     
     by kkruecke on: Jun 21 2012
     
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    How would I change the Window border color? Which rgb setting should be changed and in which file?

    Thanks for this theme.


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     Re: changing window border color

     
     by DDZ on: Jun 24 2012
     
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    Which window manager do you use?


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     Re: Re: changing window border color

     
     by KurtKrueckeberg on: Jun 24 2012
     
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    I'm using whatever the default window manger is. It is a default Ubuntu 12.04 installation running Unity.


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     Re: Re: Re: changing window border color

     
     by DDZ on: Jun 24 2012
     
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    In the Clearwaita download file, there are Metacity, xfwm4, openbox... themes but I didn't see anything about Unity.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: changing window border color

     
     by kkruecke on: Jun 28 2012
     
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    Isn't metacity only there for GTK2 compatibility? I tried changing the selected_bg_color in gtk-3.0/gtk.css and gt-3.0/settings.ini, to a different hex value, but for reasons unknown to me this had no effect on the border color.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: changing window border color

     
     by jpfleury on: Jun 30 2012
     
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    Quote:
    Isn't metacity only there for GTK2 compatibility?


    I think that Unity-2D uses Metacity.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: changing window border color

     
     by kkruecke on: Jun 29 2012
     
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    This worked to change the Window border color and background color:

    gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-color-scheme selected_bg_color:#5598D7;selected_fg_color:#EDE9E3"

    However, some applications, like Firefox and Terminal, still use the colors of the theme.


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     GTK 3.4

     
     by DDZ on: Jun 26 2012
     
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    Nice work!


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     Re: GTK 3.4

     
     by jpfleury on: Jun 26 2012
     
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    Merci. :-)


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     Unity

     
     by KoopaTroopa on: Jun 27 2012
     
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    I was actually googling a few weeks ago trying to find a good clearlooks theme for gnome3.4 (unity). I did find one remake but it wasn't vary accurate to the original design. This however is much better. My only complaint is my desktop wallpaper is blue and the icon text colour is black which is somewhat hard to read.


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     Re: Unity

     
     by evereve on: Jun 27 2012
     
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    If you read the "readme" file inside the archive, you'll find that is easy to change text color from white to black, ;-)


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     Re: Unity

     
     by jpfleury on: Jun 30 2012
     
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    As evereve wrote, there's an easy way to set the icon label color. See the section "Desktop managed by Nautilus" on the documentation: http://www.jpfleury.net/en/software/clearlooks-phenix.php


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     Reduce Metacity titlebar size

     
     by hictio on: Jun 28 2012
     
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    I love this theme.
    I want to reduce the size of the Metacity titlebar, tried reducing the "title_vertical_pad" on the file, but the value is 0 to begin with...
    How can I reduce that size?

    TIA :D


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     Re: Reduce Metacity titlebar size

     
     by hictio on: Jun 28 2012
     
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    NM.
    I found it...
    Its the one called 'name="title_border"'.
    Amazing theme, with the GNOME Classic looks pretty, pretty good.


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     Re: Re: Reduce Metacity titlebar size

     
     by jpfleury on: Jun 30 2012
     
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    Thanks a lot. :-)


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     i can't remove the image shadow on mouse over

     
     by green369 on: Jun 28 2012
     
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    Finally ! i found a theme for gtk3 that looks like Clearlooks. Verry good job.
    I would like to ask you two questions:

    1. Do you use a theme editor ? or you have written all the code manually ?

    2. I would like to move some of friends to Linux but they are used to Windows so i decided to modify your theme to look more like Luna theme. Till now everything is ok but i do not know how to remove the mouse over icon shadow from Rhythmbox. The icons are play, next, previous ... I see that the background is styled from "Prelit button background" section but i can't remove the image shadow on mouse over. Can you help me ?


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     Re: i can't remove the image shadow on mouse over

     
     by jpfleury on: Jun 30 2012
     
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    Quote:
    Finally ! i found a theme for gtk3 that looks like Clearlooks. Verry good job.


    Thanks a lot.

    Quote:
    1. Do you use a theme editor ? or you have written all the code manually ?


    I don't use any theme editor. I copied files of Adwaita, the default Gnome 3 theme, and I manually changed code to obtain what I wanted.

    Quote:
    2. I would like to move some of friends to Linux but they are used to Windows so i decided to modify your theme to look more like Luna theme. Till now everything is ok but i do not know how to remove the mouse over icon shadow from Rhythmbox. The icons are play, next, previous ... I see that the background is styled from "Prelit button background" section but i can't remove the image shadow on mouse over. Can you help me ?


    I'm not sure if you talk about the ".button:hover" background color or about the kind of icon luminosity change when the cursor moves over. Anyway, I tested both, and I didn't find a way to solve this:

  • about the ".button:hover" background color, I didn't find a way to style it only for Rhythmbox. For example, I can do it for gedit:

    GeditWindow .primary-toolbar .button:hover {
    border-image: none;
    background-image: none;
    }

    but I can't with Rhythmbox. The following doesn't work:

    RBSource .primary-toolbar .button:hover,
    RBSource .button:hover {
    border-image: none;
    background-image: none;
    }


  • about the icon luminosity change when the cursor moves over, it seems to me that it's managed directly by GTK+. I don't know how and if we can set it in a theme. For example, comment all imports in the bottom of the file "gtk.css", then launch any GTK3 application, so there will be no theme applied. Despite that, the luminosity change is still there.

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