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GnomishDark

  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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GnomishDark
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Depends on  GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  49970
Submitted:  Dec 2 2011
Updated:  Apr 15 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).




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 Good.

 
 by zack1 on: Oct 15 2012
 
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Looking good and stylish like always. The theme has a good idea and a very good practical application of things. Keep up the good work.


You can follow my Linux blog at:

http://techtimejourney.wordpress.com

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 Re: Good.

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 15 2012
 
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Thank you very much for your support! The part related to Evolution-3.6 was a challenge but it was done at last :)


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 doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by unheeding on: Oct 16 2012
 
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It doesn't seem to work with 3.6... am I doing something wrong? I extracted it to ~/.themes/ and switched to it using the Tweak Tool. No luck.


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 Re: doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 16 2012
 
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Hi,

It DOES work with 3.6 because I've made it for 3.6 and tested it in both Fedora and Ubuntu.

You haven't done anything wrong. But you didn't tell me what happened after switching to the theme. I need that info for being able to help you.


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 Re: Re: doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by unheeding on: Oct 16 2012
 
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I switch the GTK+ Theme / Current Theme to GnomishDark. The GTK+ theme makes the dropdown menus really ugly, changing the current theme does nothing (my window decorations stay the same). When I do an alt+F2 "r", the window decorations change to "Simple"

Here's a screenshot. http://imgur.com/7yxnz

It's not only your theme that does this (although the GTK+ Theme looks particularly bad with this theme) - about half my themes won't change the window decorations.


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 Re: Re: Re: doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 16 2012
 
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OK. Supposing that you use Ubuntu, have you upgraded it to the latest Quantal Beta? You need the latest gnome, gnome-shell, etc.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by unheeding on: Oct 16 2012
 
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yeah this is gnome-shell 3.6.0-0ubuntu. Could it be because I upgraded from Ubuntu 12.04?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 16 2012
 
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> Could it be because I upgraded from Ubuntu 12.04?

I don't think so.

Are you in gnome-shell or in Unity now? If you aren't in gnome-shell, install gdm with Synaptic, accept it as your default display manager during installation, log out and log in into gnome-shell. Does the same thing happen?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by unheeding on: Oct 16 2012
 
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Yeah this is with gnome-shell and gdm is already my default display manager. It works fine on Unity.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: doesn't work with 3.6

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 16 2012
 
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If your Ubuntu is fully updated to Quantal Beta now, I'm afraid your guess could be right: something wrong should have happened during transition. In that case, I recommend you wait until Quantal becomes stable.


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 Love the theme

 
 by jpappalardo on: Oct 28 2012
 
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I dig the theme, but have found an issue hoping you can help me out. Google image search has a select box for larger than. When I hover over it everything goes white on the left hand side. Any ideas how I can modify the css to fix this?


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 Re: Love the theme

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 28 2012
 
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Thank you for your comment.
I suppose you have created/changed userContent.css according to README and have installed all GTK2 dependencies.
I don't see any whitening of the left pane of Google Image on mouse-over. However, Firefox has a problem with that pane, which is independent from the theme. I have Firefox 16.0 and see a useless scrollbar and a jumpy movement of that pane on mouse-over with any theme. It doesn't happen with Chromium.


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 best theme ever ... but gtkmenu/unitypanel

 
 by offler on: Oct 30 2012
 
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hey!
thanks for that incredible theme....

a few questions how i might work around some bugs or apply some tweaks:

firstly: i am using ubuntu 12.10 with gnome 3.6.x; i checked all the dependencies and even tried the overlay, gdm..... and other issues that have been stated here.

ive been trying and erring with the gnomish-source a few hours, which didnt work well for me - then with the regular, ready to deploy darkgnomish, which did the job almost perfectly;

but i have a problem with the gtkmenubar/unitypanel - or global menu? i mean those menus where you i.e. would shut down the computer, go to systems settings, calender, mail, or any menu of any app maximized:
with me they are black backgrounded with white text, which i find ok, but there are no hover effects, and no effects by clicking them - and there are much too big (white) seperators. there are also some dialogs - especially all that want me to legitimate my sudo password, which are black and white only (no button effects - buttons are black on black but with symbols and white text, no hovering effects....) - don't know how to upload an example image....(so here is a facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=238453772950366&set=a.238453766283700.53456.100003572369109&type=1&relevant_count=1)sorry;

the other thing is, i would like to tweak the selected-bg/fg colors round to some yellowish/goldish/lime color ....but i found it didnt satisfactorily effect yet any aspect of the theme if i did so in the gtkrc, gtk-main.css, settings.ini and gtk-widgets.css at the darkgnomish-source...so, i am fed up with trial and error - what would you recommend with gtkrc, gtk.css, settings.ini? with the already deployable darkgnomish?

sorry for the long sermon
hope you will help me
regards
tom


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 Re: best theme ever ... but gtkmenu/unitypanel

 
 by offler on: Oct 30 2012
 
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changing the colors in the settings.ini mostly did the job - but in a weird way....


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 set progressbar colors?

 
 by offler on: Oct 30 2012
 
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...hehe...
yes and, how would i change progressbar colors?

and most important: side bars in windows and the totem progressbar?


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 Re: set progressbar colors?

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 30 2012
 
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Hello,

This theme is for GTK and Gnome-Shell, NOT for Unity. I've seen screenshots of it working under Unity but Unity has extra variables that aren't controlled by this theme. On the other hand, Ubuntu doesn't have a standard Gnome under Unity, so any deviation from the default look of the theme is possible there.

For tweaking the theme, editing of gtk-widgets.css is enough in most cases. The colors are defined in gtk-main.css and settings.ini though. But changing the main colors of a dark theme could cause troubles: you might see black on black, for example.


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 that's ok

 
 by offler on: Oct 30 2012
 
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that's ok - cause i didnt mean unity - lol....


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 Re: that's ok

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 30 2012
 
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If you show me a screenshot, it'll worth a thousand words. Your Facebook link was broken. You could use dropbox instead.


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 hehe...right

 
 by offler on: Oct 31 2012
 
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thanks for the dropbox-utility....

here the pix:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mb7w3c0oaybcq52/1BVKg5yuMu

pic 1: an example how darkgnomish looked like shortly after installing (the annoying thing was the gtk menu in this photo at the uppermost right side)

pic 2: darkgnomish shortly after i changed the 'selected_bg_color' value to '#ffff00' (yellow) in the settings.ini;
gtk menu (still upper right corner) shows a weird behaviour - how came the color gradient? and suddenly hovering and all works.....?

pic3: at least found a possibility to change progress-bars in nicotine+ and banshee (well - just searched for the only blue color value in the gtkrc - lol)

for now i am searching for a possibility to change the grey 'selected'-value to yellow, both in nicotine+ and banshee in the gtrc; also i am looking for a possibility to make the download-progress-bars yellow instead of grey (in nicotine+)....the pics should show the problem

thanks so far
tom


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 Re: hehe...right

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 31 2012
 
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Your link is broken again. With dropbox, you should use the public folder to get a public link for each file. For three images you should give me three public links.


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 yea - those links moved

 
 by offler on: Oct 31 2012
 
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pic1:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/pnzq82hxt75uv23/desktop.png

pic2:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/qwrx5uf0iwp57sz/desktopAfterChangingColors.png

pic3:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/bh6v2r78jer82qs/desktopNicotineProgressBar.png

altogether:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/c6gym3eundyjp2c/IMGeD8G7cd



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 Re: hehe...right

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 31 2012
 
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Hello again. You said you didn't mean Unity but the top panel in your screenshots belongs to Unity, not Gnome-Shell. All those blackened menus belong to Unity and, as I said before, any deviation from the default look is possible for it.

What you saw after changing that color isn't weird at all. Changing just a color may affect many widgets at the same time.

And yes, nicotine+ and banshee are gtk2 still and use gtkrc for their style.

If you're interested in tweaking the theme, I recommend you EITHER install Gnome-Shell and work under it OR use another theme that is especially for Unity (there are many on this site).


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 ok

 
 by offler on: Oct 31 2012
 
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but i want this one! lol

i can live with what it looks like now.

just want to find a way to make selected items yellow in banshee and nicotine+ . i mean to behave them much the same as nautilus.

but it is sooooooo difficult to find the right entries in gtkrc

but thanks anyway



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 Re: hehe...right

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 31 2012
 
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BTW, this is a screenshot I saw yesterday:

http://www.lukor.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/gnomishdark.jpg

As you see, it's under Unity and the panel menu is OK. Maybe not all packages are up-to-date on your Ubuntu or....


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 gnome-shell

 
 by offler on: Oct 31 2012
 
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i HAVE already gnome-shell installed, but i dont know how to switch to it - um?
any idea?


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 Re: gnome-shell

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 31 2012
 
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From the log-in screen, choose Gnome.

Ubuntu is a mess regarding Gnome. Perhaps you have to install gdm with Synaptic, replace lightdm with it during installation (a prompt will be shown) and restart. After that you should be able to choose Gnome at the login screen.


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 gnome/unity panel ok

 
 by offler on: Oct 31 2012
 
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the unity panel is ok!

i want to change the 'selected' items color in nicotine+ and banshee from grey to yellow, but dont get a grip on it at the gtkrc! i want to make them behave like nautilus - all the changes related to selected_bg_color are working so far on the whole system - but not for nicotine+ or banshee)

and i want to change the download/upload progressbar color in nicotine+ (i have already tried to change any 'progressbar' settings in the gtrc - and it is working! but not for nicotine+)


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 Re: gnome/unity panel ok

 
 by tsujan on: Oct 31 2012
 
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Play with bg[SELECTED] lines in gtkrc. Sorry I couldn't be of more help as each app styles itself in its own way.


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 Re: Re: gnome/unity panel ok

 
 by offler on: Oct 31 2012
 
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yea, but ambience/radiance do the job - lol


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