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Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite

   14.04.5  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite
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Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite
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Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  51981
Submitted:  Dec 31 2011
Updated:  Aug 18 2014

Description:

Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite Enjoy the Ubuntu Themes in 12 Amazing New Colors. With 3 New Colors including Aqua, Teal And Manila(Goldish). On Ubuntu, Mint, Arch, Debain Or Any distro! That has GTK 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.

Gnome Shell is NOT supported at the moment.

New 14.04.5 Build Released July 2nd 2014! PPA & Debs Out!
Whats New?:

Added 3 Beautiful New Colors! Aqua , Teal And Manila (Tan/Gold). Along with improved colors for some of the existing variants.

Improved Colored Window Buttons,

Full support for Nemo File Manager & The Cinnamon Desktop.Completely integrated support. No more unreadable black text or broken breadcrumb bar.

New Menu bar Gradient for GTK3 Apps. No longer a upside down one like it was in stock.

Beautiful Dark sidebar for Nautilus/Files & Nemo.

XFCE Virtual Desktop Pager is now more visible and uses prelight color for selected desktop (As opposed to Grey)
Fixes to some GTK2 Based Terminal Apps so they use a nice black/grey background.

Fixes for Dark MintMenu On Mate/Gnome2.

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.

* Installs as separate themes 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!

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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 Large Shadow Radius?

 
 by mhogendoorn on: Jul 19 2012
 
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How did you get the windows' shadow radius beyond 18px? My Compiz manager tool has a limit there on 18, but you clearly have a larger shadow radius in those print screens.

thanks in advance


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 Re: Large Shadow Radius?

 
 by Ravefinity on: Jul 25 2012
 
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Are you seeing a larger radius when useing the theme it's self? Or from the screenshots?

The New Gen version of the theme uses diffrent window stlyings then ubuntu. It uses a design for the unified menubar so the borders and hooks maybe diffrent. so that code could be copied.

Or If you are seeing a larger border from the screen-shots that may be because some (The Later 2) are from Ubuntu 11.10 Since the theme hasn't changed dramiaticly. That may be the size borders that have been setup.

However I'm sure there must be a config file that will allow you to go below or above 18px but that is a compiz specific setting.


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 Thanks!

 
 by fallofshadows on: Aug 1 2012
 
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This is just what I was looking for to complete my dark theme on Linux Mint 12, running Gnome 3. Installed easily, works like a charm. Thanks!


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 Re: Thanks!

 
 by Ravefinity on: Aug 11 2012
 
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Thank you for the kind words! I'm glad you like it! :)


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 Gorgeous!

 
 by otugl on: Oct 27 2012
 
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I never liked the greenish look of Mint, your theme and icons makes it a pleasant system!

I like Ubuntu Orange Ambiance, so I must say that I wish your orange tone was closer to Ubuntu's. It is somewhat darker. In fact, you could create another variance of your colors with more vivid colors, like a 'bright' variance. I'd like to see that specially for blue, red and orange.

Awesome work! Thanks!


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 Waiting for GTK3.6 (Ubuntu 12.10) support...

 
 by sadi on: Dec 13 2012
 
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With patience and understanding ;-)


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 Re: Waiting for GTK3.6 (Ubuntu 12.10) support...

 
 by Ravefinity on: Apr 17 2014
 
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So sorry about the wait my friend, We just added 14.04 support if your still interested :)


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 Re: Waiting for GTK3.6 (Ubuntu 12.10) support...

 
 by sadi on: Apr 18 2014
 
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Great! Thanks!


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 No window borders

 
 by aliagnome on: Apr 1 2014
 
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Nice themes! But apparently there are no window borders on Ambiance (not classic) themes, so I can't resize windows. Is there a way to make them appear?


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 Re: No window borders

 
 by Ravefinity on: Apr 17 2014
 
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Sorry about that, Try the 14.04 build we use diffrent borders now, this may be a issue since they did remove some of the borders in metacity. If you can use compiz as your window manager it will work. I will look into that tho.


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 Re: Re: No window borders

 
 by aliagnome on: Apr 21 2014
 
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I just tested the new, updated themes. They work fine except for one important detail: The buttons on the title bars have no color. They're gray no matter what version of the themes I pick (blue, green, yellow..., Ambiance or Radiance).

BTW, I'm on Linux Mint 16, Mate 1.6.1.


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 Re: Re: Re: No window borders

 
 by louisdk on: May 6 2014
 
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Same issue, apart from this. This is a very nice theme.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: No window borders

 
 by Ravefinity on: May 9 2014
 
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Hey There sorry about this, We actully are working On Colored Buttons for the next release we want to get it right and not just do any old color. Also overhauling the XFCE Window Borders and Openbox borders to the new style, It might take a bit but we are on it.


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 Thanks

 
 by willy00mdq on: Apr 20 2014
 
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Excellent!
In Trusty, all variations of Ambiance and Radiance are much better than the originals!
Thanks for your great work.


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 Re: Thanks

 
 by Ravefinity on: May 9 2014
 
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Thank you for the kind words.


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