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Gnome Cupertino

   2.1.5  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  174771
Submitted:  Nov 23 2011
Updated:  Apr 14 2013

Description:

Gnome-Cupertino and Gnome-Cupertino-Mint for Gnome 3.6.x

The upgrade to 2.x (and name change) is a bit drastic, and it is because I had to practically the theme from scratch and make a decision to keep only one of the previous two L and SL. Another reason for name change is because the theme does not use the adwaita-engine over several versions.

Version for unity due to global-menu

* IMPORTANT *
- GTK3 theme: unico-engine is no longer necessary for the theme
- GTK2 theme: uses gtk2-engines-murrine and gtk2-engines-pixbuf
- Ubuntu 12.10 comes by default with gnome 3.6 and nautilus-3.4 (though you can upgrade to nautilus-3.6), but if you have nautilus-3.4, you must set the theme for nautilus-3.4, as explained in the readme.txt

- Inside the theme folder there is a readme.txt file with some really simple instructions (styles for nautilus, 4 tab styles, glassy buttons, Unity top panel white mac style, some fix)

Hope you like it for everyday use.

I recommend this fantastic icon themes:
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Faience-Azur
http://tiheum.deviantart.com/art/Faience-icon-theme-255099649
or
Elementary icons theme

if you use Chrome, for the scroll bars
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elementary scrollbars 4 chrome by conorsulli
http://conorsulli.deviantart.com/art/elementary-scrollbars-4-chrome-188112270
or
elementary scrollbars by Aaron
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jfichaompnhpmlpjhcjebedbgaeoeple




Changelog:

Version 2.1.5 (2013-04-14)
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- unico-engine dependencies removed, unico-engine is no longer necessary for the theme
- Added theme gnome-cupertino-mint
- Modified toolbar buttons (pressed and over effects)
- Small variation Gtkswich
- fixed minor bugs

Version 2.1.4 (2013-03-14)
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Maintenace release
- ProgressBar closer to the original style
- Fixed menu items separators
- Fixed progressbar Xnoise
- Fixed gcalc sometimes does not look good display-background-color
- height correction of some elements and other minor fixes

Version 2.1.3 (2013-01-26)
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- Maintenace release
- More adjust/fix with the new Nemo pathbar
- other minor fixes
(If you do not use nemo probably not need this update)

Version 2.1.2 (2013-01-18)
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Maintenace release
- Fix: adjust the theme with the new Nemo pathbar
(If you do not use nemo not need this update)

Version 2.1.1 (2013-01-10)
- Maintenance Release
- improved rhythmbox sidebar color
- nautilus 3.6: pathbar better spacing, improved icons sidebar color
- Fixed checkbox and radiobutton symbols in menus
- Fixed Level-bar widget
- Fixed synaptic toolbar (GTK3)
- other minor fixes

Version 2.1 (2012-12-16)
- The theme is now applied correctly to OSD widgets
- New style gtkswitch
- Improvements gtkscale and slider
- Buttons a little more rounded
- cosmetic changes in tabs and fixed the borders when the tabs are located bottom, left or right
- Fixed combobox border in toolbars

Version 2.0 Final Relase (2012-12-07)
IMPORTANT: if you installed the pre-release, we strongly recommend a clean installation
Since the pre-release version
- Fixed all reported bugs and some more
- Optimization of several applications gnome 3.6 and many tweaks to the details
- Improvements in the GTK2
- Improvements in metacity theme
- Tested exhaustively in gnome-shell, cinnamon and unity

Version 2.0 Pre-relesae 2 (2012-12-02)
- Changed pathbar style nautilus 3.6
- Gnome-Cupertino-Unity: windows buttons have buttons SL style
(tip: switch metacity theme (between cupertino cupertino-unity) can switch between Lion or SL style buttons)

Version 2.0 Pre-relesae (2012-12-01)
- The theme has been ported to Gnome 3.6.x
- It includes two variations:
Gnome-Cupertino for gnome-shell or cinnamon
Gnome-Cupertino-Unity if your environment is unity
- The theme is fully integrated with Nautilus 3.6.x, Nemo (cinnamon 1.6.x) and Nautilus 3.4.x-ubuntu 12.10
- Small cosmetic changes due to adaptation to gnome 3.6.x
IMPORTANT:
- The default setting is for Nautilus 3.6.x
- if you use nautilus 3.4 in ubuntu 12.10 must modify a line in gtk.css similar to the previous version (see readme.txt)

Version 1.4.3 (2012-08-25)
- maintenance release
- small adjustments to the height of some widgets
- correction of some bugs in nautilus (color label in iconview, small visual adjustments)
- redesign in some applications to improve the appearance of the theme
better integrated calculator (gcalctool)
gedit, terminal, nautilus and epiphany now have tabs in a similar safari style




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(Gnome-Cupertino 2.1.5 gnome 3.6)
(Adwaita-Cupertno 1.43 gnome 3.4)
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 Metacity Options

 
 by tubatodd on: Feb 12 2012
 
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Personally, I like the previous Metacity buttons better. Simple, elegant and awesome. I'm not going to ask that you revert back, but can you bundle both styles as options in the release? That would be awesome! In 1.3.6 they were both available as L and L Unity, etc. 1.3.7 has only 1 button style.


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL

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 Re: Metacity Options

 
 by trastes on: Feb 12 2012
 
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They are still two options in the theme folder

in SL -> buttons_glassy_SL.tar.gz and buttons_normal.tar.gz
L -> buttons_glassy_L.tar.gz and buttons_normal.tar.gz
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 Re: Re: Metacity Options

 
 by tubatodd on: Feb 12 2012
 
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Awesomeness! I honestly didn't notice the folder contents. Thank you.


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL

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 Re: Metacity Options

 
 by trastes on: Feb 12 2012
 
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Me too I like the normal buttons ;)
and if I get requests I can safely reverse.

I simply had the perception that most prefer the glassy buttons by default.


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 Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by zilvinas on: Feb 13 2012
 
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Any update planned for Precise Pangolin? Because most part of the windows becomes dark and navigation buttons are badly rendered


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 Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by trastes on: Feb 13 2012
 
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Is still alpha, not even a beta.

I'll give more time, until get to Beta 2 or RC, sorry


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 Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by trastes on: Feb 13 2012
 
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Incidentally, I install in virtualbox and it looked all right.


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by zilvinas on: Feb 13 2012
 
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Even navigation buttons?


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by trastes on: Feb 13 2012
 
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Yes, I installed it because someone else told me the same as your, and in a VirtualBox vm looked good. (Host is ubuntu 11.10 x64)

So I prefer to wait for ubuntu 12.0x advance a little more


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by zilvinas on: Feb 13 2012
 
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May I ask if you did upgrade and dist-upgrade?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by trastes on: Feb 13 2012
 
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install new, clean.
The question is interesting, could help me.
Its installation is an upgrade?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by zilvinas on: Feb 13 2012
 
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I mean doing "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by trastes on: Feb 13 2012
 
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You have the opportunity to try a clean install?



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by trastes on: Feb 13 2012
 
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I just update ubuntu 12.04 in virtualbox, after restart only start unity2D and icons look bad now :(

before this update everything looked good, and initiated without problems Unity



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Precise Pangolin

 
 by zilvinas on: Feb 15 2012
 
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So like I said hmm, they updated something with graphics look of nautilus.



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 Lo amé!

 
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¡Hola! amé la actualización y el detalle de los botones.

También es de agradecer la mejora de las pestañas (en cuanto a LibreOffice Calc, muy pocos lo toman en cuenta y hacen que uno tenga que modificarlo "manualmente").

Dos cositas: en Opera (y no sé si habrán otros programas) las barras de desplazamiento no lucen igual a, por ejemplo, Firefox, se ven mucho más simples y muy delgadas. Y el otro detalle (que es común en muchos otros temas), el selector para redimensionar ventanas (en la esquina inferior derecha), ¿existe alguna manera de eliminar eso o algo por el estilo?

¡Muchas gracias y un gran saludo desde Venezuela!


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 Re: Lo amé!

 
 by trastes on: Feb 14 2012
 
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Hola Gabe!
Estoy en ello, lo de las barras de scroll está dando problemas, en firefox y ahora me comentas también en Opera. Creo que ya tengo la solución, estaré probando un par de días para que no se me escape algún otro detalle y subiré otro update que solucione estos problemas. Lo del Grip para redimensionar solo está en las apps GTK2, creo que también puedo hacer algo.

Gracias por tus apreciaciones :)


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 Gnome-shell o Cinnamon

 
 by GFran018 on: Feb 15 2012
 
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Hola! el tema esta espectacular así que te quería preguntar si tenias pensado hacer algún tema para shell o cinnamon que lo acompañe, o si me podes recomendar alguno que quede bien con ambos.

muchas gracias!!


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 Please developer this theme for Ubuntu 12.04

 
 by thongstele on: Feb 17 2012
 
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I applied this theme (v.1.3.8) in Ubuntu 12.04 (alpha 2). It's still ok but still have some problems not looking nice. Wish you will revise it for Ubuntu 12.04 as soon as possible.Thx so much.


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 space between buttons

 
 by Dharc on: Feb 19 2012
 
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trastes, may you reduce the space between the buttons? they are too far away.
any suggestions on a theme for gnome-shell be equal to the Mac?


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 Re: space between buttons

 
 by trastes on: Feb 19 2012
 
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I made some corrections, please download it again and tell me if now is fine.
Before depending on the font size, changing the spacing between buttons, I think it's fixed now


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 Re: Re: space between buttons

 
 by Dharc on: Feb 19 2012
 
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perfect ;)
you have any suggestion to gnome shell theme more similar to the mac os x lion?


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 Re: Re: Re: space between buttons

 
 by trastes on: Feb 19 2012
 
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I use Ambiance Blue Gnome-shell theme
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133676

with some modification in top panel (I put white semi-transparent), the rest is perfect for me.
I think I have to ask permission to publish the modifications made.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: space between buttons

 
 by Dharc on: Feb 19 2012
 
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My dad has macbook pro with snow leopard and he doesn't stop tell about it, telling that it is very cool, practical and beautiful. Beautiful i agree, mac os x for me is the most beautiful operating system. So I wanted to make my debian gnu / linux exactly like him, but preferably equal to the lion because it is newer and more beautiful. I found your theme and i love it, but I need other themes to be equal to mac: i need shell theme and cursor themes. If you get publish your shell theme I download it. And cursors themes, what you suggest?


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