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Gnome Cupertino

   2.1.5  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 83%
Gnome Cupertino
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  181580
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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 Bug/Inconsistency

 
 by loneowais on: May 22 2012
 
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I love the new white unity panel in Cupertino L Unity but it introduces an inconsistency with the rest of the apps. You see, with unity, the title bar and the panel should be themed in the similar way otherwise there is a huge prob. Now look at the screenshots, normal apps look awesome while as maximized apps look out of place because the transition from their toolbars to the title bar(panel) breaks because of different theming. Same is the case with FF. Nautilus with light toolbar looks a bit better though.

http://ubuntuone.com/2MhPHtlfgQlW0oGk3ZkQDe
http://ubuntuone.com/3CGZfXmjE1NieKvDhShBwI


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 Re: Bug/Inconsistency

 
 by trastes on: May 22 2012
 
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Fixed! Please download again.


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 Re: Bug/Inconsistency

 
 by trastes on: May 22 2012
 
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Remember that you can select the style of the panel of unity (see readme.txt)


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 Theme

 
 by cleberpaixao on: May 23 2012
 
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Awesome job ... Congrats....


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 Re: Theme

 
 by trastes on: May 24 2012
 
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Thank you! :)
If you like this, try this too (GrayDay)
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GrayDay?content=149310
is more versatile


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 some problem with the global menu

 
 by derelg on: May 24 2012
 
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Hi,
really nice work you did, best OSX Theme so far! I use the Unity L theme from you with the "unity-transparent.css" option for the unity panel. It looks really nice as long a no window is maximized or you hoover over the panel. Then the panel turn grey an it does not look so good anymore
http://u76.img-up.net/?up=theme-probd3d5.png

Is there a way to chance this?

Best Regards
Toni


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 some problem with the global menu

 
 by derelg on: May 24 2012
 
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Hi,
really nice work you did, best OSX Theme so far! I use the Unity L theme from you with the "unity-transparent.css" option for the unity panel. It looks really nice as long a no window is maximized or you hoover over the panel. Then the panel turn grey an it does not look so good anymore
http://u76.img-up.net/?up=theme-probd3d5.png

Is there a way to chance this?

Best Regards
Toni


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 some problem with the global menu

 
 by derelg on: May 24 2012
 
Score 50%

Hi,
really nice work you did, best OSX Theme so far! I use the Unity L theme from you with the "unity-transparent.css" option for the unity panel. It looks really nice as long a no window is maximized or you hoover over the panel. Then the panel turn grey an it does not look so good anymore
http://u76.img-up.net/?up=theme-probd3d5.png

Is there a way to chance this?

Best Regards
Toni


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 Re: some problem with the global menu

 
 by trastes on: May 24 2012
 
Score 50%

We have already talked about this before, just telling her that since version 3.4 of Gnome, the transparent panel does not work, you can use unity-white.css and create transparency from ubuntu-tweak-tool. sorry

greetings :)


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 Re: Re: some problem with the global menu

 
 by derelg on: May 25 2012
 
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Thanks for your quick reply. Sounds obvious what you say. I use now the white panel with 0,6 occupacy, looks great.

Thank you again!


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 Re: Re: Re: some problem with the global menu

 
 by trastes on: May 25 2012
 
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Frankly, this latest update of unity (ubuntu 12.04), we have cut that possibility we so much liked to a few, including me.

If one day I get it working again, will activate by default in the next update.

Greetings


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 Re: some problem with the global menu

 
 by EXIT31 on: May 26 2012
 
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You can solve this by tuning "panel opacity" to 0,9900 in compiz (under unity plugin > experimental). The panel is only slightly less transparent. Good luck.


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 darker background

 
 by vanlong441 on: May 30 2012
 
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can you make the theme a little darker? The current is a little to bright to stare at, especially when using Libreoffice.

http://i.imgur.com/ruLo0.png


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 Re: darker background

 
 by trastes on: May 30 2012
 
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that color is customizable in the menu of LibreOffice
Tools-> Options-> Appearance
The first color customizable is "Document background", by default is "Automatic", there you can select the color you want.

However, if you prefer darker tones, I would recommend my other two themes
GrayDay, it's a little darker
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GrayDay?content=149310

MediterraneanNight, has three levels of brightness, MediterranenanLight-Night-Dark, all are darker than Adw. Cup.
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/MediterraneanNight?content=148398


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 Re: Re: darker background

 
 by vanlong441 on: May 30 2012
 
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thank you a lot man for the themes and the Libre settings! You have saved me hours, I mean HOURS, of finding switching between GTK3 themes. Never knew of your other two themes until I tried Grayday as one of your earlier suggestions for someone's else and now having it as my main GTK3. Deviantart doesn't have any 3.4-compatible themes that are as decent to look at as yours. But I think you shouldn't post any of your themes on Deviantart man, it has been a mess out there.


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