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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:  54739
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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 Hope this explains things better

 
 by on3xyzZ on: Mar 20 2012
 
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http://s1074.photobucket.com/albums/w411/on3xyzz/

How to get that effect on your theme? Its almost like chat bubbles ect....... Really dont know how to explain it better other then what I have drawn a circle around on the photo.


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 Re: Hope this explains things better

 
 by tsujan on: Mar 20 2012
 
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Oh, now I see what you say :) I intentionally removed that in my shell theme as I wanted it to look more serious. You see, tastes are so different ;) Restoring that "bubble" shape isn't straightforward but you could use the default shell theme with GnomishDark's window and GTK+ themes through "Advanced Settings"; they're compatible enough.


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 Thanks very much

 
 by on3xyzZ on: Mar 20 2012
 
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Your theme to me is wondewrful with or without the bubbles ect.... Thanks very much for your help much appreciated hope I wasnt too much of an inconvenience ;)


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 Pidgin message background didn't adhere to theme

 
 by dustinspringman on: Apr 15 2012
 
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Any thoughts on how is the best way to approach getting the message window (both input and message log area) to adhere to the theme? Love this theme, really would like some help getting that one small issue figured out though.. I spend so much time in chat, the black-on-white default pidgin settings breaks my eyeballs.. =/

Thanks in advance, and great job on this theme. Works well on ubuntu 12.04 / unity.


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 Re: Pidgin message background didn't adhere to the

 
 by tsujan on: Apr 15 2012
 
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You want Pidgin's chat window to be white-on-black? Open "gtkrc" (in the folder gtk-2.0), find style "view" and comment out its two lines (put a # before each of them). They should be lines 387-388. Then if you restart Pidgin, its chat windows will have a dark bg.

However, that change will affect all GTK-2.0 text views. So, for example, if you encounter readability issues in Firefox, revert the change. Unfortunately, some apps are dark-haters.

BTW, I'll update the theme for Gnome-3.4 soon and its GTK+2.0 part will be more attractive.


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 Re: Pidgin message background didn't adhere to the

 
 by tsujan on: Apr 15 2012
 
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I forgot to say that the (GTK3+Shell) theme shouldn't work in an updated Ubuntu 12.04 with a Gnome desktop. But I'll update it as soon as Gnome-3.4 comes into Debian.


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 Re: Re: Pidgin message background didn't adhere to

 
 by dustinspringman on: Apr 15 2012
 
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Cool thanks, I am going to play around with that. I am actually after a Green on Black (old school terminal type) look, so I'll probably just change some hex#'s around a bit.. after 16hrs a day at the kb, my eyeballs want to pop out of my skull with too much black-on-white..

I understand the dark hating apps.. Unfortunate, but at least we have little work arounds. I am hoping firefox and chrome enabled themes will override the GTK theme and keep me sane. Pidgin is the only app that I currently have any "preference issue with".. I tried the pidgin plugin for theme customization already, unsuccessful.. They don't let you change what it is that I want changed...

As for the theme+shell, I am currently using Unity with just the gnomish-dark theme enabled, not gnome shell.. Also stayed with Ambiance for the window theme b/c I like the high contrast "Orange" X in the corner and white-on-grey active window title bar, personally.. So far everything is working pretty. Before this I was toying with Adwaita-Dark, it was kinda cool because the nataulis side bar was just a tid bit darker than the location/file area background, but your theme is both GTK2 and 3 compliant, which the other was not.

Thanks for the quick reply. Great work on the theme!


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 Re: Re: Pidgin message background didn't adhere to

 
 by dustinspringman on: Apr 15 2012
 
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Just a quick update. That appears to have gotten it!

I did what you said, edited the /usr/share/GnomishDark/gtk-2.0/gtkrc.. simply changed the HEX# values, went into Pidgin, went to plugins, Pidgin GTK+ Theme Control 2.10.3, clicked configure and clicked the button "re-read gtkrc files" and poof.. I now have exactly what I wanted!

So far, the themes (or skins rather) that I installed for both FFox and Chrome are overriding the GTK-2.0 info, so I'm not seeing any of the junk in form boxes and whatnot.

All is well for now! Thanks again, and keep up the good work!


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 Re: Re: Re: Pidgin message background didn't adher

 
 by tsujan on: Apr 15 2012
 
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Good to hear that!

If the GTK3 theme works for you, you sould still have GTK-3.2. Updating it to GTK-3.4 will break the theme in its current form. I've made a version for GTK-3.4 but I have to wait until gnome-shell-3.4 comes into Debian.


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 Synaptic yellow search box fixed - Yeah !

 
 by pulcinella on: May 10 2012
 
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That was a bit annoying: when typing an recognized string in Synaptic's search box, it turned out an unreadable white foreground on bright yellow background.
It's now fixed. Great !

The software center description page is still white on white but synaptic is more accurate.


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 Re: Synaptic yellow search box fixed - Yeah !

 
 by tsujan on: May 10 2012
 
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There may be two resons for readabality problems in apps: a bug in a theme, or a problem with the app. The developers of some apps presuppose a dark color on a light bg. This is a deficiency in design. I call such apps "dark haters".

Synaptic isn't a dark hater. You could change its color scheme in its Preferences. I don't know about software center (I don't have Ubuntu) but Meld is another PyGTK dark hater. Usually there are workarounds.


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 Re: Re: Synaptic yellow search box fixed - Yeah !

 
 by pulcinella on: May 10 2012
 
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I should have pointed out that Gnomish Dark is, to me, the best dark theme and my ususal theme. It was implicit. And thank you.
I tried in vain to change the synaptic colour preferences to fix this small annoyance.
My option was to change Gnomish Dark's bright text to #f0f0f0 (less bright).
But it's better with bright #ffffff.


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 Re: Re: Re: Synaptic yellow search box fixed - Yea

 
 by tsujan on: May 10 2012
 
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You're welcome and I'm glad you like the theme.

Now I see what problem you were talking about. The Synaptic's quick search issue is fixed automatically because I used the Pixmap engine for GTK2 entries. I hope all GTK2 apps will be ported to GTK3 soon and we'll get rid of such issues.


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 Re: Re: Re: Synaptic yellow search box fixed - Yea

 
 by tsujan on: May 10 2012
 
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I fixed a hidden bug. Please update!


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 Ubuntu Software Center

 
 by MarceloRuiz on: Jul 1 2012
 
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Hi!
Thanks for this awesome theme! It looks really cool!
I am wondering if anyone found a workaround for the Ubuntu Software Center... it really looks off.
Thanks!


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 Re: Ubuntu Software Center

 
 by tsujan on: Jul 1 2012
 
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You're very welcome.

Apparently Ubuntu Software Center can't be installed in my distro, Debian. However, I'll investigate the problem tomorrow. I might need your help for testing. As soon as I find a solution, I'll send you a message.


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 Re: Ubuntu Software Center

 
 by tsujan on: Jul 1 2012
 
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BTW, doesn't this fix the issue:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1913590


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu Software Center

 
 by MarceloRuiz on: Jul 2 2012
 
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Hi!
Thanks for your answer.
My softwarecenter.css already have the first two lines like the ones they show in that post:

@define-color light-aubergine #DED7DB;
@define-color super-light-aubergine #F4F1F3;

I never edited that file, and I did a fresh install, so I guess they fixed that upstream. So unfortunately the issue remains.
I am more than happy to help you to test your solutions.
Thanks again!


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 Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Software Center

 
 by tsujan on: Jul 2 2012
 
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Hi,

I think you misunderstood that post. They say that you should change those (default) light colors to some dark ones of your choice. Would you please test that? If the effect is positive, I'll add it to README. It would be a great help because I can't test Ubuntu Software Center in Debian (it crashes instantly).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu SoftwSare Center

 
 by MarceloRuiz on: Jul 2 2012
 
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Sorry, I totally misunderstood it. Could you please tell me the codes of the colors you used in the theme? I would like to try to make it look as good as possible!
Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu SoftwSare Center

 
 by tsujan on: Jul 2 2012
 
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In GnomishDark, the main background color is #3B3B3E. There's also a less dark color #4D4D4D used for notebook backgrounds, for example. Please tell me the result!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu Software Center

 
 by MarceloRuiz on: Jul 2 2012
 
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Hi!
This is the content of the file as I have it. I does make the Software Center look much nicer. The only problem I see is some dark grey fonts over the gray background (and I can't find where to change that). Otherwise, it looks great.
Thanks for this beautiful theme again!
Marcelo.

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/usr/share/software-center/ui/gtk3/css/softwarecenter.css
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@define-color light-aubergine #4D4D4D;
@define-color super-light-aubergine #3B3B3E;

#featured-star {
border-color: #F89516; /* yellow */
color: #FFC51D; /* orange */
}

.grid-lines {
border-color: shade (@light-aubergine, 1.025);
}

#screenshot-preview {
border-color: #000;
color: #000;
border-width: 2px;
border-radius: 3px;
}

.backforward-left-button {
border-radius: 3px 0 0 3px;
}

.backforward-right-button {
border-radius: 0 3px 3px 0;
}

.subtle,
#subtle-label {
-GtkWidget-link-color: shade (@super-light-aubergine, 0.5);
-GtkWidget-visited-link-color: shade (@super-light-aubergine, 0.6);
color: shade (@super-light-aubergine, 0.2); /* non-link text color */
text-shadow: 0 1 2 lighter (@super-light-aubergine);
}

.cellrenderer-button {
border-radius: 3px;
}

.cellrenderer-avgrating-label {
color: #8E8E8E; /* dark gray */
}

.cellrenderer-avgrating-label:selected {
color: white;
}

.more-link {
-GtkButton-inner-border: 0;
-GtkButton-default-border: 0;
-GtkButton-default-outside-border: 0;
color: darker (@light-aubergine);
background-color: shade (@super-light-aubergine, 0.925);
border-color: shade (@super-light-aubergine, 0.875);
text-shadow: 0 1 2 white;
}

.frame-header-title {
text-shadow: 0 1 2 white;
}

.item-view-separator {
border-color: shade (@light-aubergine, 0.9);
border-width: 1px;
}

.light-aubergine-bg {
background-color: @light-aubergine;
}

.super-light-aubergine-bg {
background-color: @super-light-aubergine;
border-color: shade (@super-light-aubergine, 0.975)
}

GtkViewport {
background-color: @super-light-aubergine;
border-width: 0;
padding: 0;
}

GtkTreeView {
background-color: @super-light-aubergine;
}

#toolbar-popup {
padding: 0;
}
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu SoftwSare Center

 
 by tsujan on: Jul 2 2012
 
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Thank you very much, Marcelo. I'll include the correction in README with the next version of the theme.

BTW, the gray font may be #8E8E8E.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Ubuntu SoftwSare Center

 
 by MarceloRuiz on: Jul 2 2012
 
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You're welcome!
I had tried changing the color here:

.cellrenderer-avgrating-label {
color: #8E8E8E; /* dark gray */
}

to white, but it didn't work... so I guess it's somewhere else...
Maybe someone running Ubuntu with more knowledge than me can take a look at it!



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 Re: Ubuntu SoftwSare Center

 
 by robertmf on: Aug 3 2012
 
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Ubuntu 12.04/Precise i386 Gnome Classic (no effects) Metacity window manager

Edit of /usr/share/software-center/ui/gtk3/css/softwarecenter.css worked for me to change the white on yellow.

I'm still looking to change the synaptic white on yellow tooltip colors. Minor issue.

This GnomishDark is an **excellent** theme !!

Thanks !!-)



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 Can't see the text

 
 by gialang on: Sep 18 2012
 
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I love it very very much.
I have little problem with it. I can't see the text when i enter google, fb,... How to fix it. Thanks !!!
http://i665.photobucket.com/albums/vv16/gialang_dl24488/linh_tinh/Screenshotfrom2012-09-18113348.png


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 Re: Can't see the text

 
 by tsujan on: Sep 18 2012
 
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Please read the file README in the theme folder! Its "Firefox" section will fix your problem.

Such a thing should be done with Firefox when any dark theme is used.


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 Re: Re: Can't see the text

 
 by gialang on: Sep 19 2012
 
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thank you so much. It is ok. It is very nice


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