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GnomishDark

  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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GnomishDark
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GnomishDark
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  56023
Submitted:  Dec 2 2011
Updated:  May 9 2014

Description:

NOTE:
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Unfortunately, after years of Gnome3, even minor updates of GTK+ or Gnome-Shell break themes and waste hours of work.


GnomishDark is a clean dark theme for GTK3. It also contains a matching GTK2 theme, that depends on the latest Murrine and Pixmap engines.

*** Current Dependencies ***

GTK3 = 3.12.X (may not work with versions < 3.8)
gtk2-engines-murrine >= 0.98.1.1 (for GTK2)
gtk2-engines-pixbuf >= 2.24.10 (for GTK2)
Metacity >= 2.34 (for GTK2)

*** Notes ***

1) Ubuntu users could disable "overlay-scrollbar" if they want to have the original scrollbars of the theme. See https://help.ubuntu.com/12.10/ubuntu-help/unity-scrollbars-intro.html

2) Don't forget to take a look at the file "README" in the theme folder. It contains useful tips for LibreOffice, Firefox, Epiphany, etc.

3) You won't need the source package unless you want to modify the theme or make a deb or an rpm package from it.

4) Light monochromic icons go well with this theme. I've made the gray version of nouveGnome for it: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/nouveGnome?content=125474




Changelog:

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Jul 11 2013
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Updated for Gnome-3.8 and GTK+-3.8.
Removed the Cinnamon theme (sadly I couldn't maintain it with so much of backward incompatibility in Gnome).

Feb 26 2014
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Updated for GTK+-3.10 (should work with 3.8 too).
Removed the Shell theme (every update broke it).

Feb 26 2014
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Made header bars flat for them to look different from toolbars.

Feb 27 2014
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Workaround for a new bug in GTK (or Cairo).

Mar 4 2014
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Added a matching Unity theme for Ubuntu Trusty.

Apr 14 2014
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Goodbye Adwaita!
Updated for GTK+-3.12 (still works with 3.10 but a thin line might appear below Nautilus' active tabs).

May 9 2014
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Added support for Gnome's client side decorations (second screenshot).




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 Excellent theme, thank you.

 
 by mrTAG on: Jan 15 2012
 
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Excellent theme, thank you.
You can ask
- Reduce the thickness of scrollbars
- Background dialogue in Pidgin to gray as the background of contacts.


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 Re: Excellent theme, thank you.

 
 by tsujan on: Jan 15 2012
 
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Thank you and I'm glad you like this theme.

I think the GTK3 scrollbars are thinner than those of most themes and reducing their thickness would make them useless. If you mean the GTK2 ones, they seem a bit thicker because of their Murrine shade but I'll see what I could do about them.

Pidgin's message dialogs contain text views. If I made them dark, all text views would be so, which would create readability problems in many apps.


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 Re: Excellent theme, thank you.

 
 by tsujan on: Jan 15 2012
 
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For GTK2 scrollbars, just uncomment line 280 of GnomishDark/gtk-2.0/gtkrc, i.e. remove "#" from its start. Then, it will be:

GtkScrollbar::slider-width = 12

As this is a tiny change, I'll update the theme if other changes are made too.


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 Re: Re: Excellent theme, thank you.

 
 by mrTAG on: Jan 15 2012
 
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Thank you, put the value GtkScrollbar:: slider-width = 10 became more comfortable for the eyes:)
I would be grateful if prompt how to change the background dialogue in pidgin


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 Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme, thank you.

 
 by tsujan on: Jan 15 2012
 
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To change the text view bg color to dark, just comment out or remove lines 380-381 of GnomishDark/gtk-2.0/gtkrc, i.e. the contents of the "view" style. But in this way, all GTK2 text views would be affected, not just Pidgin's.

BTW, you could also change the GTK3 scrollbar width at line 716 of GnomishDark/gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme, thank you.

 
 by mrTAG on: Jan 15 2012
 
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Thank you again. Put a screenshot of the changes?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Excellent theme, thank you.

 
 by tsujan on: Jan 15 2012
 
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No thanks. I saw Pidgin with your changes and agree that it's more beautiful. I hope you won't encounter problems with Firefox, Chromium and some other apps after those changes to the text view.


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 white fonts in Opera

 
 by vince07 on: Jan 23 2012
 
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The url and search field in the adresbar displays the text white with a white background. Maybe you can take a look at it.
This is th eonly reason not to use this theme, i like it a lot.


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 Re: white fonts in Opera

 
 by tsujan on: Jan 23 2012
 
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Thanks for the information, Opera uses Qt, not Gtk. On the other hand, not being open-source, it has its own theming rules. If you don't want to use Firefox because it seems heavy to you, I highly recommend you use another open-source browser like Chromium, Epiphany, Midori, etc.

If you insist on using Opera for whatever reason and if it's themable, perhaps you could use a suitable Opera theme.


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 Re: white fonts in Opera

 
 by tsujan on: Jan 23 2012
 
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I searched the web and found out that Opera has its own portability layer. So, it isn't even based on Qt!


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 Nice theme!

 
 by emorkay on: Feb 2 2012
 
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hey nice theme....my desktop looks much better now..BTW whats the icon theme in the screenshot?
Thanks


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 Re: Nice theme!

 
 by tsujan on: Feb 2 2012
 
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Thank you. The icon theme is the gray version of nouveGnome.


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 Re: Re: Nice theme!

 
 by emorkay on: Feb 2 2012
 
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thanks...jus another thing...i know it's off topic but how do u get those special icons for folders like programming, bin etc..


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice theme!

 
 by tsujan on: Feb 2 2012
 
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Change their icons manually with right clicking and choosing "Properties". There are extra icons in nouveGnomeGray for that.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice theme!

 
 by emorkay on: Feb 2 2012
 
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ohh...thanks...i was wondering if there was a way to set those automatically just like icons for pictures, documents folders were set..

Anyways...thanks so much for oyur responses..


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice theme!

 
 by tsujan on: Feb 2 2012
 
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Your last question made me think about XDG. You could add extra special folders to '~/.config/user-dirs.dirs' with an obvious format but even if you add proper icons with names like "folder-XXX.png" to the "places" directory of your icon theme, they won't show up in Nautilus.

Unfortunately, here isn't an appropriate place for discussing this topic.


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 Truly a well done theme.

 
 by hellokitten on: Mar 7 2012
 
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I find your theme to have an elegant appearance. Its very well thought out. Great Job!


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 Re: Truly a well done theme.

 
 by tsujan on: Mar 7 2012
 
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Thank you very much for your appreciation.


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 Firefox Input Text

 
 by on3xyzZ on: Mar 19 2012
 
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How exactly do I fix the white font on white background in Firefox. I have a .mozilla/firefox folder in my home folder already so I make a chrome folder inside that and then add the text
input, textarea, select {
-moz-appearance: none !important;
background-color: white;
color: black;
}
save it as userChrome.css? Tried this didnt solve my problem. Could you explain it a bit better what exactly I have to do. Nice theme also would be great if I could fix this.


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 Re: Firefox Input Text

 
 by tsujan on: Mar 19 2012
 
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Inside your .mozilla/firefox folder there's another folder, whose name is different for different users and because of that, I used "..." for its name in the above explanation. However, its name should be something like "xyz.default". It contains all settings of Firefox and the "chrome" folder should be in it too.


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 Re: Firefox Input Text

 
 by tsujan on: Mar 19 2012
 
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BTW, don't forget to restart Firefox after creating '~/.mozilla/firefox/.../chrome/userContent.css' (and also '~/.mozilla/firefox/.../chrome/userChrome.css') as explained above.


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 Thanks very much

 
 by on3xyzZ on: Mar 20 2012
 
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Thanks a million for the super fast reply love your theme. Didn't have a chrome folder so I made one placed the two .css files in there and its working now thanks very much. Also no big deal but is there a way like when you mouse over the calendar for example you get those nice chat bubble like windows if you get me? If I mouse over it on this theme its plain drop down not sure if you can understand what I mean.


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 Re: Thanks very much

 
 by tsujan on: Mar 20 2012
 
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You're welcome.

Showing bubbles at mouse-over is beyond what a theme can do and is related to the app itself. A theme can change only the color and gradient of some widgets when they go under the mouse cursor or are clicked.


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