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Gnome Cupertino

   2.1.5  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Gnome Cupertino
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  177241
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




LicenseGPL
(Gnome-Cupertino 2.1.5 gnome 3.6)
(Adwaita-Cupertno 1.43 gnome 3.4)
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 Can you also let me know the font on the screensho

 
 by bibstha on: Feb 8 2012
 
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Which font is this? They look nice.


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 Re: Can you also let me know the font on the scree

 
 by trastes on: Feb 8 2012
 
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Ubuntu font, size 10

if NOT using ubuntu, you can download from http://font.ubuntu.com/

also I have it installed on opensuse 12.01


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 Ubuntu update too slow

 
 by sadi on: Feb 9 2012
 
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As an Ubuntu user, I used to prefer updates through Webupd8team's PPA channel.
But they have been too slow lately: still at version 1.3.4 :-(
So I had to manually update to version 1.3.6 (which is not too difficult, of course, but not as easy as PPA ;-)
As a result, after switching back to the previous (normal) buttons, I've now decided to use the new glassy buttons :-)
And I use them in the Unity Launcher too for consistency.
Great work!
Thanks a lot!


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 Re: Ubuntu update too slow

 
 by trastes on: Feb 9 2012
 
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I would like to upgrade myself to ensure efficient error correction, but unfortunately I have no relationship with the Webupd8team's ppa channel.




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 Re: Re: Ubuntu update too slow

 
 by EXIT31 on: Feb 9 2012
 
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I believe and hope, that with growing more and more in popularity, they will ask you to join in for PPA! That'll be really neat.


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 Nautilus style improvement suggestion

 
 by sadi on: Feb 10 2012
 
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I like Marlin for the looks but unfortunately it has some way yet to go in terms of functionality (e.g. extensions) to replace Nautilus as my default file manager.

Meanwhile it could be a good idea to improve the appearance of Nautilus a little bit ;-)

I have collated screenshots of Nautilus, Gedit and Marlin, and also added (at the bottom) a possible modification for Nautilus, which can be seen here: http://i.minus.com/iVmRU2rCbrJuD.png

I wonder if you would agree that removing the left and top border might improve the looks of Nautilus in this elegant theme of yours?

I don't know if and how Nautilus sidepane and toolbar/address bar can be made to look more like Marlin.


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 Re: Nautilus style improvement suggestion

 
 by trastes on: Feb 10 2012
 
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I tried that from the beginning, but can not be done.

The dividing line between the sidebar and icon view reaches the titlebar, and if you remove that line, is very ugly for my taste.
There is an unnatural way to get a similar effect, but does not convince me.

I can make that change in a few days for you to try, now I have more knowledge than when I tried the first time and with a little luck maybe looks good

Moreover, I read something about going to modify the design of nautilus in gnome 3.4, I do not know if this is true, but perhaps it would be best to wait


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 Re: Nautilus style improvement suggestion

 
 by sadi on: Feb 10 2012
 
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I entirely agree with you that it will look ugly if the left border remains like that ( and if there is no way of pushing the side pane down either ;-)

Let's hope that Nautilus will have a better style soon ( or the more stylish Marlin will also be as functional as Nautilus ;-)


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 Libreoffice tabs.

 
 by Juangg1977 on: Feb 11 2012
 
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I really like your theme but using Libreoffice calc, spreadsheets tabs and buttons are so tiny that are barely readable. I can't use your theme because of that as I work a lot with spreadsheets. It would be great if you could fix that.


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 Re: Libreoffice tabs.

 
 by trastes on: Feb 11 2012
 
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I have it fixed, the fix is a bit conflicted, depends on the width of the scroll bar.

I'll upload it as soon as possible.


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 Re: Re: Libreoffice tabs.

 
 by Juangg1977 on: Feb 11 2012
 
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Great!!!! Thank you very much!!!!


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 Re: Re: Re: Libreoffice tabs.

 
 by trastes on: Feb 12 2012
 
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Fixed and ready for download ;) v1.3.7


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 Thanks

 
 by ilnanny75 on: Feb 12 2012
 
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I love it and i use it :D
Thanks for sharing your great work!!!


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 1.3.7 Scrollbars

 
 by tubatodd on: Feb 12 2012
 
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Now with 1.3.7 the scrollbars in Firefox and Thunderbird are rounded off at the ends where as they are squared-off elsewhere.

Still my favorite theme....hands down.


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL

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 Re: 1.3.7 Scrollbars

 
 by tubatodd on: Feb 12 2012
 
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Just to clarify, it is the scrollbar background/gutter that is rounded off and not squared-off.


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL

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 Re: Re: 1.3.7 Scrollbars

 
 by trastes on: Feb 12 2012
 
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please download it again

I made ​​some small changes to test


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 Re: Re: Re: 1.3.7 Scrollbars

 
 by tubatodd on: Feb 12 2012
 
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Great stuff. I really appreciate the quick response to user feedback. The blend is much better, but I can still see the curve. I installed 1.3.6 for comparison and it had no curve at all.


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 1.3.7 Scrollbars

 
 by trastes on: Feb 12 2012
 
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While I find a definitive solution can do this

edit the file (L or SL) ... / Adwaita Cupertino L/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

on the line about 501-534 (depending on L and SL)
modify the following 3 lines

style "scrollbar" {
.....
....
trough_shades = {1.3, 1.3}
border_shades = {2.0, 2.0}
contrast = 0.0
}


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 1.3.7 Scrollbars

 
 by tubatodd on: Feb 12 2012
 
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That did it. Thanks


Todd Morgan
Birmingham, AL

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