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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:  177146
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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 Window decoration broken

 
 by avunat on: Nov 30 2011
 
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Now that gnome-look ate my first post, I try to reproduce what I typed...

First, this looks really promising among all those themes filled with bitmap patterns. Thanks for your effort to make Gnome3 look pleasing! :)

Still, I'm seeing an issue concerning window decorations where the normal window background color seems to be bleeding in from the bottom, screenshot:
http://nightsoul.org/files/cupertino-window-deco.png
Besides, that seems to be responsible for the window close button being smaller than in your screens here.

Issues I found in .xsession-errors:
(gnome-terminal:1712): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-widgets.css:1207:16: 'border-image' is not a valid color name
(gnome-terminal:1712): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-widgets.css:1218:16: 'border-image' is not a valid color name
(gnome-terminal:1712): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-widgets.css:1562:39: 'selected_bg_color' is not a valid color name

(gnome-shell:1372): St-WARNING **: Did not find color property '-arrow-border-color'
(gnome-shell:1372): St-WARNING **: Did not find color property '-arrow-background-color'
(gnome-shell:1372): St-WARNING **: Did not find color property '-arrow-border-color'
(gnome-shell:1372): St-WARNING **: Did not find color property '-arrow-background-color'


Mutter version: 3.2.1-1 on Arch Linux
Gtk3: 3.2.2-3


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 Re: Window decoration broken

 
 by avunat on: Nov 30 2011
 
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It would've been kind to actually ask for help than just stating the issue. People tend to forget things over pasting errors...
So, can you maybe help me resolving this? :)


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 Re: Re: Window decoration broken

 
 by trastes on: Nov 30 2011
 
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The error in the title bar is due to the size of the font.
In the next version (1.2) is solved.

Meanwhile you can try to reduce the font size in the title bar.


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 Re: Re: Re: Window decoration broken

 
 by avunat on: Nov 30 2011
 
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Ha, that helps. Cantarell uses more downward space than the Ubuntu font. Also reduced the size from 11 to 10 and everything looks fine. (though Cantarell is still nicer.) Thanks!
By the way, as far as I can judge as a non-native speaker, you really don't need to excuse for your english. I've read much worse cases ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Window decoration broken

 
 by trastes on: Nov 30 2011
 
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hehe is very generous with my english, it's really bad, but google helps a lot.

regards


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 Nautilus mouseover

 
 by avunat on: Nov 30 2011
 
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Oh, and I just noticed the mouseover effect in nautilus just being visible on the white lines in list view (ctrl-2), the blue lines don't show any mouseover effect.


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 Re: Nautilus mouseover

 
 by trastes on: Nov 30 2011
 
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Thank you very much for observation. I had not noticed :(
I'm trying to fix it ;)


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 Re: Re: Nautilus mouseover

 
 by trastes on: Nov 30 2011
 
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I found the problem, it's fixed

Probably upload a version with the problems fixed before the version 1.2


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 Re: Re: Re: Nautilus mouseover

 
 by avunat on: Dec 12 2011
 
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There's a mouseover on the blue lines as well indeed, but it still looks strange since the contrast between white line <> grey hover and blue line <> grey hover is too different. What do you think about no hover effect at all? At least thats how Finder does it...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nautilus mouseover

 
 by trastes on: Dec 12 2011
 
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Yes, in fact I've also thought about removing "mouseover" on buttons and comboxes.
The problem is that some users may like to "mouseover". although I prefer to remove.

I have used Mac(Snow Leopard) and really there is little "mouseover" in general, I do not rule removed in a later version


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nautilus mouseover

 
 by avunat on: Dec 12 2011
 
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As this theme is about more or less mimicing the OS X look, I'd say go for it. There certainly are points where differing from the original makes sense, but not having mouseover effects seems to be a central point of the OS X ui.


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 update

 
 by deny26 on: Dec 8 2011
 
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still waiting for new update :D


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 Re: update

 
 by trastes on: Dec 8 2011
 
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Here it is now ... :)


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 Re: Re: update

 
 by deny26 on: Dec 9 2011
 
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thanks for new update, your theme make me feel comfortable using gnome 3 ;)


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 old theme

 
 by deny26 on: Dec 9 2011
 
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I prefer the old gtk2 theme rather than a new theme :(


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 Re: old theme

 
 by trastes on: Dec 9 2011
 
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I'm in shock ....
Some programs do not do well in GTK2?

More detailed explanation to help me improve ...


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 Re: Re: old theme

 
 by deny26 on: Dec 10 2011
 
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In my opinion, on libreoffice the new gtk2 theme look mismatched. this is old screenshot of gtk2 theme ini libreoffice http://ompldr.org/vYm8weg/1.png

sorry about my english.


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 Re: Re: Re: old theme

 
 by deny26 on: Dec 10 2011
 
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Now, I use :
gtk2 and metacity using Adwaita Cupertino version 1.1
gtk3 using Adwaita Cupertino version 1.2

in my opinion, gtk2 color (libreoffice) look ugly if toolbar color same as gtk3 color. gtk2 old version more atractive although still base on clearlooks. If you don't mind you can improve clearlooks theme like scrollbar, menubar, etc like gtk3 theme.. but toolbar color still like old gtk2 cupertino theme. I hope you understand what i mind :)

sorry about my english


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 Re: old theme

 
 by trastes on: Dec 10 2011
 
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I think I've solved your problem :)
Please download it again

Thank you for your comments, I changed the perspective of GTK2 and Advaita-Cupertino.


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 Re: Re: old theme

 
 by deny26 on: Dec 10 2011
 
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awesome :) i like that..!!!
thanks..


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 Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by EXIT31 on: Dec 14 2011
 
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Hi there,

I really enjoy your work. Thank you for that!
I use the SL unity, but would really like to see the side bar in nautilus more bright (like this: http://static.arstechnica.net/2011/07/18/lion_finder_home-4e24a34-intro.png)


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 Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by trastes on: Dec 14 2011
 
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With nautilus and Adw. cupertino SL is impossible, but marlin with Adw. cupertino L Unity (not SL) is possible. In fact looks like (as far as possible)

SL emulates Snow Leopard, L Lion, that's the idea. Your screenshot is Lion Finder (graphite theme). Have you tried Marlin? If you have not done ... try it, see it is very similar

regards


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 Re: Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by EXIT31 on: Dec 15 2011
 
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Thank's for the tip, i will try Marlin.


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 Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by trastes on: Dec 15 2011
 
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Sorry, I misunderstood your comment, but my answer is almost the same in nautilus with SL or L.
To get the "sidebar" as in the screenshot, it must be with marlin. The current design of Nautilus is not good for what you want. At least in my point of view

Also, if the people of gnome decides to change the design of nautilus ... would be what you want :)

regards


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 Re: Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by john007 on: Dec 15 2011
 
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It it possible to come closer to what EXIT31 is looking for. In

gnome-applications.css

change

NautilusWindow .sidebar .view {
background-color: shade (@bg_color, 0.72);

to

NautilusWindow .sidebar .view {
background-color: #dee4ea;

and

NautilusWindow .sidebar .view:prelight {
color: black;
background-color: shade (@bg_color, 0.78);
}

to

NautilusWindow .sidebar .view:prelight {
color: black;
background-color: #dee4ea;
}


To make the divider between the two panes thinner, open

gkt-widgets.css

and change

-GtkPaned-handle-size: 5;

to

-GtkPaned-handle-size: 1;


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 Re: Re: Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by trastes on: Dec 16 2011
 
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Yes, I know and I tried it, but I do not like. The color of the sidebar of nautilus is so because this is how I like, sorry (that's why for me is impossible)

However, if you try marlin, you will see that those are your colors without changing anything. The design of marlin and nautilus is different.

The only way to look good in nautilus, is also applying these colors to pathbar of nautilus (was my initial design), although in the end I decided to put in gray. Not rule out putting it as an option in the next version

regards


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by EXIT31 on: Dec 17 2011
 
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You are right; this looks even better in Marlin. Great browser!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by EXIT31 on: Dec 17 2011
 
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Thank you very much man!! Really appreciate your help. It's exactly what i wanted. It completes my theme.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Adjust color in side bar nautilus

 
 by trastes on: Dec 17 2011
 
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Happy to help :)

regards


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