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Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite

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Submitted:  Dec 31 2011
Updated:  Oct 15 2014

Description:

Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite Enjoy an enhanced version of the Ubuntu Themes in 12 Amazing New Colors With many other new features. On Ubuntu, Mint, Arch, Debian Or Any Distro... That has GTK Version 3.10+

This Theme Supports Most GTK 2/3 Desktops:
Including full and tested support for: Unity, Cinnamon, Gnome Classic, Gnome 2 (Mate), XFCE ,LXDE & Openbox desktops.

Update! October 15th 2014! Nautilus toolbar gap bug/issue has been fixed after long last! An Important Cosmetic Update/Fix For Unity/Gnome. Optional New Symbol-less Window Buttons.

Nautilus toolbar gap bug/issue has been fixed after long last! It was not our fault but we found a fix for it thank goodness. The era of gaps is over.

Brand New Optional Symbol-less Window Buttons. Make a comeback after a absence since 12.04. (Select Theme Named "Ambiance-ZRAVE-Color" to use) Thanks to Victor for this idea.

Please Note Gnome Shell is NOT supported at the moment.

Features?:

Beautiful New Unified Window Borders, Menus, and tool-bars for all desktops. (With Almost Unified on OpenBox and LXDE)

Fixes a issue where XFCE Window borders would not display properly on Fedora, Arch and OpenSUSE or any non Debian Distro.

Other Fixes and enhancements for XFCE Users & MATE Users

Full support for Nemo File Manager & The Cinnamon Desktop.Completely integrated support.

Beautiful Dark sidebar for Nautilus/Files & Nemo.

2 New (Optional) Window Border Themes Available for Mate and XFCE with Classic Big Window Borders For easier resizing. 4PX wide as apposed to 1PX. This is for use on MATE and XFCE without Compiz if you have issues with the window border resize area being too small. A issue that was introduced with all new themes with "Borderless" Window Themes.

Other under the hood fixes and enhancements.

You Can Get The Humanity Colors Icon Theme that goes with this GTK Theme Here:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Humanity+Icons+Colors+Version?content=148933

Features at a glance:

- Comes in 12 Beautiful New Colors,
Colors include: Red, Orange (Different from Ubuntu orange), Yellow , Green , Blue , Purple , Graphite(Grey), Pink, Brown. Aqua, Teal and Manila.

Includes both: Ambiance & Radiance GTK2&3 Widget and Window border themes.

- Now with Optional clean Symbol-less Window Borders. Select Ambiance or Radiance-ZRAVE-Color

* Installs as separate theme from the main Ambiance/Radiance.

This Theme is NOT by the Original Ambiance/Radiance Authors but fallows it very closely for the most part.

Brought to you by:

RAVEfinty, Jared Sot.
Lead developer and designer.

With HUGE Contributions by:
Dr. Amr O , Benoit T

Based On Work (GPL) By:

Kenneth Wimer, James Schriver, Andrea Cimitan ,Canonicol LTD,David Barr ,P0ng

Brought to you by RAVEfinity! An Open Source Design Project! If you like this theme, Check out our other work or just support us by visiting:http://www.ravefinity.com/




Changelog:

View The Official Change-log,Release Notes And More Here:http://www.ravefinity.com/p/ambiance-radiance-colors-suite.html

Need Help Installing Or Using This Theme?
Read The Easy Howto Guide. And Other Theme Related Help At Our Website's Help Section: http://www.ravefinity.com/p/help-faq.html

Needed Theme engines:
(All engines but pixmap should be already installed on Ubuntu and Mint)

1.) "Murrine" gtk2 theme engine version 0.98+

2.) "Unico" Theme Engine.

3.) NEEDED FOR XFCE & LXDE Version
"Pixmap Theme Engine"
Package name: "gtk2-engines-pixbuf"

Can be found in the REPOS Install VIA:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Ubuntu,Mint or Debian: In a ".Deb" Package or Via Our Official PPA.

Any Distribution in a generic theme tar.gz

Instructions for Installing this theme from the Official RAVEfinity PPA can now be found on the download page!

Please RATE if you have time.

Theme is now available in Debs Packages and in our PPA! Thanks to Andrew & Umair.

If You Like The Theme Please Consider Spreading the word/link to our site. Not just the PPA Install Instructions... ravefinity.com - Thanks




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 Script?

 
 by Udi on: Jan 3 2012
 
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Do you make the changes by hand, or do you have a script that makes it? A public script would be nice, because I like the idea to recolor the default themes, but I don't like the colors you made. Also recoloring all the stock icons would be nice, but that's quite an effort without a script.


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 Re: Script?

 
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Thanks for liking the idea! I hadn't seen it done in all the colors before. there of coerce could be more colors like: light blueish Grey is a popular one

A lot of people I've herd from like most of the chosen colors. What do you not like? let me know maybe we can make it better?

One could make a script I suppose. However That's not how I did it in this very first version. It's just a simple act of changing the color code in 1 file for gtk2 and 2 files for gtk3 then you have to color the window buttons. It's very easy to change the colors actually (It's not easy picking the right one though that takes awhile) the hard part is making the window buttons match and porting that all back to all the window manager's native themes. It would be a little hard to make a script out of that part as it's dealing with images and you have to manually select and deselect certain pixels.

As for "not liking the colors I made" Thanks I think I'm gonna go cry now... Hahaha! Just joking! no worries. Hey since this is open source why not send me your color suggestions I'm not perfect maybe you know a better color :)

Keep in mind it was purposely made darker and less saturated then stock ambiance. what are your thoughts? as always feel free to make your own colors too!

Thanks have a good one :)


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 Re: Re: Script?

 
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Oh yeah and par your request of recoloring the stock icons! I wanted to do that but doing so earlier would have delayed this release alottt. I'm a bit sparse on time but I will try very hard to recolor the stock icons and release that soon.

If anyone else is interested in joining in the effort let me know I can direct & help them with design.


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 Re: Re: Script?

 
 by Udi on: Jan 5 2012
 
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The issue with the darker and more saturated colors is that the texts written on a dark windowborder colored background (like Firefox url history, Ubuntu One dashboard etc.) can hardly be seen: http://ubuntuone.com/2BPPyhYBZdUxUjv6i7JAAg.

Apart from that, everything else is subjective. I don't like the blue because it has too much red, the green is too cold, red is pale. But that's my personal taste.

Some colors I like:
#5d7ad8: http://ubuntuone.com/4uiFaLHnYM8lDUsOxdexot
#40a227: http://ubuntuone.com/0et6JmQHAGcy9HMp9W2i14
#c02a1c: http://ubuntuone.com/3ZqfWwmdADfryKXC0EEpVk
#97a2a8: http://ubuntuone.com/0RIFy7zxhpVlMsOQOlqDMZ

I've made a help file for these in GIMP, all you have to do is to change the color of the "RECOLOR ME!" layer, and all the different elements will be recolored. It's not pixel-perfect, but ok for quickly checking a color. You can download it, since it's a derivative of Ambience it has the same license (GPL): http://udionline.hu/fajlok/ubuntu/recolor.xcf

A script would use the same technique, the different shapes can be masked, the highlights, bevels, shadows can be generated with layers etc. Imagemagick has support for layers and different blending methods, I think GD supports it too.


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 Re: Re: Re: Script?

 
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I gotcha! Well the firefox URL issue is being addressed (It's simply the themes Link color code is a little too dark) This is the first release after all.

As for the colors you are suggesting. They look like very nice colors. But I feel they are a little too saturated But I will definitely look into them thanks for the great suggestions.

My overall design goal was for it to be a little less "bright" and clean and get out of your way.
But your correct that's all subjective.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Script?

 
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As for the script. I'm no coder at the moment though I suppose it wouldn't be too hard. If you want to help with it I could assist you.


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 Re: Script?

 
 by Dareus on: Jan 4 2012
 
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The script would be just GREAT!

Everyone could choose indipendently gtk theme and color, every color!

The 8 ones you chose were good, but you know that freedom is always better. :)

To start this scripting (and for future reference) it would be useful to know exactly what did you do to personalize the color.
E.g. files edited, exact lines, imgs, etc.


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 Re: Re: Script?

 
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Where you interested in writing a script? I can tell you in detail all the lines needed to be changed. And am totally open to helping you with it.

But the image files them-selfs have to have very specific pixels selected. saturated, colorized and contrast adjusted. Though I suppose that could be scripted with imagemagik or something?


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 Re: Re: Re: Script?

 
 by Dareus on: Jan 12 2012
 
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I think I could script the text editing part, gimme some directrions please :)

I'm not an expert anyway, but I'll do my best :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Script?

 
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Hey thanks for your reply! I'm sorry I didn't see it till a little late.

Basically the script (Shell script I'm Thinking)
Would run from the directory of the theme you want to recolor. Lets say "Ambiance-Grey" we could rename that folder to anything we want later.

The script Would ask for an input of your color preference eg: #5E9056 (A shade of green)

Use a app like Kcolor chooser or any online HTML notation color chooser. to get this color

Then the script would take your input #5E9056
and change 3 files to make this color change happen...

It would change a value in line 5 of the gtkrc file the string we need is "nselected_bg_color:#COLORHERE" located in ThemeName/gtk-2.0/gtkrc

Then it would change the values in 2 files in gtk-3.0 gtk.css and settings.ini

the vales to change would be:
@define-color selected_bg_color #COLORHERE;
in gtk.css

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"nselected_bg_color:#COLORHERE"
in settings.ini

Hope this helps email me at: ravefinity@gmail.com
I can explain things further or give a screenshot guide or something.

Thanks. If it's too much trouble don't worry. Thanks for your interest in scripting.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Script?

 
 by DDZ on: Apr 2 2012
 
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Very nice idea!

Is it possible to change, through the script, not only the selected background color but all the color scheme?

Thank you in advance!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Script?

 
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Belive it or not. The Theme is setup in such a way that those two values effect everything. And change all the colors.

The only other part is perhaps the color of the black or white panel or toolbar. But thats a bit more complicated.

You can talk to Dareus (See above) He wrote a pretty cool script already.



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 Nice, but something's wrong :/

 
 by RobinJ1995 on: Jan 5 2012
 
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The XFWM (Xfce4 Window Manager) theme looks nice, but the Xfce4, GTK2 and GTK3 themes don't seem to work too well :/
http://minus.com/mA0q7lkxC#1
http://minus.com/mA0q7lkxC#2
http://minus.com/mA0q7lkxC#3
http://minus.com/mA0q7lkxC#4


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 Re: Nice, but something's wrong :/

 
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Whoa! that should not be happening! I've tested it on 10 (real) boxes and have not seen the GTK3 theme behaving like that on Xfce.

Mind if I ask you a few quick fallow up questions so I can isolate this issue:

Did you install this VIA the tar.gz package? or the PPA and .deb?

If you installed via our tar.gz package did you install the theme in your /usr/share/themes/ directory and not the .themes directory in your home?

What version of Ubuntu are you using?

I ask this because it looks like the GTK3 is not kicking in, This might be because of incompatible theme engine or improper installation.

I will look into it right away.
So far it's working here.... But I will check into more.


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Oh I just noticed that it looks like you are using arch Linux.

If thats the case please make sure you have the fallowing installed and retry:

gtk2-engines-murrine (Version 0.98 and newer)
gtk3-engines-unico (Version 1.0.1)

Let me know how it goes. I hope it works.


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice, but something's wrong :/

 
 by RobinJ1995 on: Jan 6 2012
 
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Ah, that's loads better! Thanks! :D
Still one glitch though: minus.com/mboxzoQvoF#1


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice, but something's wrong :/

 
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No problem, I'm glad it's working better for ya!

That issue you are seeing is related to a flag we have to set to fully support LXDE and make Xfce look a little better. That is the unfortunate side effect we are working on a fix for that (someone has submitted one to us and we are testing it.)

In the mean time you can try editing the gnome-panel.RC file in the gtk-2.0/apps directory of the current color (Ambiance Blue in your case)
and comment out: widget "*Panel*" eg it would now look like #widget "*Panel*" be careful not to change anything else click save and reload the theme. This may not work depending on your xfce version to reverse simply uncomment the line.


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No problem, I'm glad it's working better for ya!

That issue you are seeing is related to a flag we have to set to fully support LXDE and make Xfce look a little better. That is the unfortunate side effect we are working on a fix for that (someone has submitted one to us and we are testing it.)

In the mean time you can try editing the gnome-panel.RC file in the gtk-2.0/apps directory of the current color (Ambiance Blue in your case)
and comment out: widget "*Panel*" eg it would now look like #widget "*Panel*" be careful not to change anything else click save and reload the theme. This may not work depending on your xfce version to reverse simply uncomment the line.


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 Little issue

 
 by Codalunga on: Jan 6 2012
 
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Hey, thanks for this theme I really like what you did ;) There's only one issue:
http://imageupload.org/?d=785EB21B1
I'm using ubuntu 11.10, theme installed via gnome look. It only happens when windows are full size :(


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 Re: Little issue

 
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Hmm Thats strange. Can you double check if you are using "Ambiance-Blue" and not "Ambiance-Blue-XfceLxde" that version is only for Xfce and LXDE.

Are you using unity 2D or 3D?


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 Re: Re: Little issue

 
 by Codalunga on: Jan 7 2012
 
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I'm not using the xfce-lxde version, just checked ;) Unity 2D btw.


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 Re: Re: Re: Little issue

 
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Thanks for the info, I'm looking into that right now. I'm hoping it's not a issue with Unity2D not liking custom themes. I thought I read something about that. I Hope to get it fixed if its a issue :)


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 Black Text?

 
 by drx on: May 6 2012
 
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I enjoy these variations of the Ubuntu themes very much. There is just one small thing I would like to change, and that is the default text color. I know grey text is in fashion, but I would prefer it black for maximum contrast and sharpness. Fiddling around in gtk.css, settings.ini, gtkrc etc., I couldn't get the text to change to black. Could you give me a hint what to do? text_color doesn't seem to do it, everything stays the same.


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 Re: Black Text?

 
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I recall makeing such changes in prototypeing other themes. But I can't recall how ambiance does it off the top of my head.

However I Think what you may want to have a look at is the @base_color and @bg_colors variables I want to say thats it as well. I would make sure to make the exact same changes across the Settings.ini GTK.css and Gtkrc files. And make sure to reload the theme. (Load a different theme then load the modified theme again)

A good way to isolate what value controls what is to change something to a arbitrary color like bright white and you will be able to see what value does what. (If you can't figure out how to effect a cretin widget or aspect)

Hope this helps. Good luck. But I want to say try @base_color.


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 Re: Re: Black Text?

 
 by drx on: May 9 2012
 
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Thanks!

I found out that I need to set "text_color" and "fg_color" in these files to #000000 to get my lovely, crisp and sharp black:

gtk-3.0/gtk.css
gtk-3.0/settings.ini
gtk-2.0/gtkrc


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 Re: Re: Re: Black Text?

 
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Nice! I'm glad you found it.
I remember that effecting the menu text colors. But forgot it also effected the text color. in some widgets.


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 Blue theme

 
 by Pipeto on: May 7 2012
 
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the blue is not a blue almost purple as the theme ambiance blue


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 Re: Blue theme

 
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Whoa Really? thats weird. I've found that sometimes purple looks sorta blue on dimmer and unsaturated displays (Like my Thinkpad T61's) but not vice versa. Thats good to know it looks that way for you. (We are working on improving it and need to know your thoughts)

Keep in mind these colors are are darker then normal ambiance and radiance by design. The Blue is sort of a Redish Purple Blue. (But not meant to look purple)

We are in the process of refining and making the colors more "perfect" for the next release of this theme. "12.04.1" Coming in 1-2 Mouths.

If you have any Ideas for colors I urge you to send your suggestions (In the forum of a HTML color code) Keep in mind we want to use darker colors and all suggestions must be under GPL or CC.

Thanks for the feedback.


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 Re: Re: Blue theme

 
 by Pipeto on: May 9 2012
 
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would be nice to have the tone of the blue theme " ambiance blue" I hope soon.
nice work


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 Re: Re: Re: Blue theme

 
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Thanks for the comment. and the kind words.

Thats an interesting thought. I guess if it where like that it would be on the same color scale as stock ambiance. But it would also be a very light blue.

In this theme we have historically always tried to have the colors be darker then stock ambiance. As alot seem to like that as well.

I'm not sure. Should we stick with darker colored ambiance or go for lighter?


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 The Dark Color

 
 by satya164 on: May 10 2012
 
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I only wanna say, you do a great job :) I know it's very hard to maintain such a huge number of variants, though it seems to be easy. But you might want to correct the dark color. Because it is all orangish. Even in blue themes. You can have a look at my "Ambiance Blue" and it's shade of the dark color - http://satya164.deviantart.com/art/Ambiance-Blue-Theme-Suite-196833665


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