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GrayDay

   1.12  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 82%
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Depends on  GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  30035
Submitted:  Mar 4 2012
Updated:  Sep 1 2012

Description:

A theme inspired by my earlier work "Adwaita-cupertino" but looking softer contrasts and less "cupertino"

Added gnome-shell theme adapted to GrayDay
The gnome-shell theme is a modification of the nice theme "Ambiance Blue Theme Suite" created by satya164
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ambiance+Blue+Theme+Suite?content=133676

Requirements: Gnome 3.4, GTK3 unico-engine, GTK2 Murrine and Pixmap engines.
Tested in Fedora 17 Gnome 3.4.x and Unity/Ubuntu 12.04

IMPORTANT: Inside the theme folder there is a readme.txt file with some instructions for customizations.
- 6 presets for change the highlight color scheme easily
- 5 styles for nautilus
3 styles to fit gnome 3.4 (gnome-shell) without globalmenu
2 styles specific for unity, to fit gnome 3.4 with globalmenu

- 5 styles for tabs (tabs-themed, tabs-themed-light, tabs-dark, tabs-gray, tabs-classic) see screenshot 3
- 2 styles for unity top panel (default theme and dark)




Changelog:

update 1.12 (2012-09-01)
- Added new buttons to metacity, now there are two options
1. - normal buttons (initial style)
2. - rounded buttons (new style)
To use one style or another, copy file content of metacity_buttons_normal.tar.gz or metacity_buttons_rounded.tar.gz in the folder ../GrayDay/metacity-1 (more details in readme.txt)
- small adjustments to the height of some widgets
- slight variation in the style of the gradients
- redesign in some applications to improve the appearance of the theme
gedit, terminal, nautilus and epiphany now have tabs in a similar safari style (screenshot 2)

update 1.11 (2012-05-30)
Maintenance release
- Fixed Color of some labels in rare circumstances
- Fixed tabs appearance of Epiphany
- GTK2: Fixed progressbar color
- small color correction sidebar
- Added color scheme "wood"
- Changed default tab style

update 1.10 (2012-05-24)
- Fix white font in some selected labels
- improved design of inlinetoolbar ([+-] in open-file dialogs)
- Now you have the opportunity to change the highlight color scheme easily
You only have to edit 1 line in /GrayDay/gtk-3.0/gtk.css
@import url("colors/gtk3-colors-default.css");

and for gtk2, one in the file /GrayDay/gtk-2.0/gtkrc
include "colors/gtk2-colors-default.rc"

Here are some predefined known options:
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- Default: @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-default.css");
- Fedora (blue): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-fedora.css");
- Ubuntu (orange): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-ubuntu.css");
- Mint (green): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-mint.css");
- Graphite: @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-graphite.css"); (recomended with tabs-gray.css)
- Red (try it!): @import url("colors/gtk3-colors-red.css");

and similar presets for gtk2

you can learn from the existing presets and create your own! ;)

update 1.03 (2012-05-14)
- IMPORTANT: The theme is now specifically for Gnome 3.4 (NOT INSTALL in Gnome 3.2)
- No more error messages when running applications from the terminal (gnome 3.4)
- Small tweaks in gnome-shell to suit gnome 3.4 (test for now)
- Significant changes in the overall appearance of several widgets (buttons, lists, nautilus pathbar ...)
- Drastic changes in appearance of the tabs (5 styles: tabs-themed, tabs-themed-light, tabs-dark, tabs-gray, tabs-classic). See screenshot 3 and readme.txt !!!

update 1.02 (2012-03-31)
- Small tweaks in gnome-shell
- Fix small bugs
- Refinement check-radio-buttons
- High adaptation to gnome 3.4 ubuntu 12.04 (still a small problem with text tabs color)

Version 1.01 (2012-03-11)
- Added gnome-shell theme
- small tweaks (some bordes, radiobutton a little darker, ...)

Version 1.0 (2012-03-09)
Complete compatibility with Gnome 3.2.1 and unity-ubuntu 11.10

In the next update, attempt completion of unity/ubuntu 12.04




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 Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gnome-applica

 
 by linuxlisa on: May 3 2012
 
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Very nice, but when I start nautilus via terminal I get the errors like this:

Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gnome-applications-unity.css


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 Re: Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gnome-app

 
 by trastes on: May 3 2012
 
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still not finished for gnome 3.4, soon be ;)

before the weekend.


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 GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by avunat on: May 3 2012
 
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Moin!

The gtk3 path navigation button bar[1] (the huge one, especially relevant in nautilus) has a small bug: when hovering a currently unselected path component (f.e. the parent folder) everything jumps a little to the left as if the width is ~2px smaller on mouseover.

Apart from that you did another nice theme, I like it very much as a refreshing alternative to adwaita cupertino which decorated my desktop for quite a while now.

[1] Does that thing have a shorter name?!


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 Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by trastes on: May 3 2012
 
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I know the problem, it's fixed, also some small changes (also for Adwaita cupertino) ;)

[1] Yes, pathbar :)


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 Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by avunat on: May 3 2012
 
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Pathbar! Yes! Obviously... :D

Good to hear that, thank you!


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 Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by off222 on: May 21 2012
 
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Man, I need your advice. First, your theme is awesome. Second: I try making it an minimal as possible and I want to remove that square selection from selected pathbar item and make it just transparrent with black color just like the other items in the pathbar. Now it looks like a pressed button with reverted text color. I'm trying to find where the settings are, but , damn, I dunno. It's not in gtk-widgets.css is it?


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 Re: Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by trastes on: May 21 2012
 
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In gtk.css have the option (there are 5 options) to select the style for nautilus.
Depending on the style selected, the setting is in one of these 5 files

gnome-applications-gray.css
gnome-applications-gray-light.css
gnome-applications-light.css
gnome-applications-unity.css
gnome-applications-unity-gray.css

find this:

#nautilus-search-button * {
......
......
}


and set it in this way:

#nautilus-search-button .button:active,
#nautilus-search-button .button:active:prelight,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar .toolbar .button:active,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar.toolbar .button:active,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar .toolbar .button:hover:active,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar.toolbar .button:hover:active,
#nautilus-search-button * {
......
......
}

in the same file, the text color for the active item
find this:
#nautilus-search-button *:active,
#nautilus-search-button *:active:prelight,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar .toolbar .button *:active,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar.toolbar .button *:active,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar .toolbar .button *:active:hover,
NautilusWindow .primary-toolbar.toolbar .button *:active:hover {
color: shade(@theme_selected_fg_color, 1.00);
text-shadow: 0 1 alpha(#000, 0.25);
}

can change for this:
color: shade(#000, 1.00);
text-shadow: 0 1 alpha(#fff, 0.25);


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by off222 on: May 21 2012
 
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Man, I appreciate your help a lot, it worked. Sh*t, I know nothing about css, good old gtk2 theming was a pleasure :) Do you know how to make the font of the current "breadcrumb" not bold but regular? And one more .. two more questions: where do I set the hover background and selected background for nautilus item view? I changed the selected bg in gtk.css and settins.ini but nautilus selected items are too white now and some of checkboxes are still blue..


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by off222 on: May 21 2012
 
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btw nautilus looks like this now http://itmages.ru/image/view/524186/bfd85f5b


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effect

 
 by trastes on: May 21 2012
 
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The bold font, I do not know how to fix it (I think it can not be fixed)

The checkboxes are images .svg in folder /gtk-3.0/assets

The rest is a bit complicated, give me 1 or 2 days and put it to make it easy to modify


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effe

 
 by off222 on: May 21 2012
 
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thank you. Sure, I'll wait. thanx again.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: GTK3 topbar mouseover effe

 
 by off222 on: May 21 2012
 
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btw could I post some things that IMO need improvement here? e.g. text placement at tabs (too close to the top) http://itmages.ru/image/view/524292/02d2001a



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 Love it but not for Luna OS

 
 by thongstele on: May 13 2012
 
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I admited Grayday, Adwaita Cupertino, MediterraneanNight are so good in Unity or Gnome shell but not for Luna OS. I wish Trastes use Luna OS once and apply those themes and find the way to fix it. Wish and wish...


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 thanks again

 
 by focmb on: May 13 2012
 
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looking good in gnome 3.4. thx for your nice work


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 Re: thanks again

 
 by trastes on: May 17 2012
 
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Thank you for your appreciation :)


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 Â¡Genial!

 
 by gabeweb on: May 17 2012
 
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Hola trastes, genial el tema, desde que instalé el Ubuntu 12.04 siento "raro" el Adwaita Cupertino, no sé, algo no me terminó de convencer (quizás porque el efecto de transparencia del panel no lucía bien)... en fin.

Me gusta éste, aunque ese "acuamarina" de los elementos seleccionados no se me hace, por lo menos un azul o celeste más "elementary".

¡Saludos!


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 Re: ¡Genial!

 
 by trastes on: May 17 2012
 
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Hola Gabe! hombre ese "acuamarina" es muy chulo ;) , bueno ... la verdad es que la idea original era con los azules típicos de las distros de fedora, pero al final por darle algo mas de distinción acabé con ese color.
De todas forma estoy viendo la manera de dar al usuario la opción de cambiar los colores de resaltado de forma sencilla y por si mismos, si no lo consigo, montaré unos pequeños .css prefabricados para poder elegir entre 3 ó 4 colores básicos.

Me alegró saber de ti :)



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 Re: ¡Genial!

 
 by trastes on: May 17 2012
 
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Se me olvidaba, este fin de semana publicaré un buen update para Adwaita Cupertino ya exclusivamente para gnome 3.4, puede que te reconcilies con el theme de nuevo ;)


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 Re: Re: ¡Genial!

 
 by gabeweb on: May 18 2012
 
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¡Hola! Hehehe sí, sí, tampoco es que esté mal el "acuamarina", o por lo menos con un poco más de tonalidad (porque hay ciertos elementos, que me di cuenta, por ejemplo en Opera, está el fondo seleccionado con ese color y las fuentes en blanco).

Pero bueno, no pasa nada, más es la "pega" de seguir usando tanto GTK2 como GTK3, en vez de actualizarse todas las aplicaciones, la bendita "fragmentación", como dirían en el mundo móvil.

Pues está bien la idea de incluír otros colores en el tema (y lo estoy usando con los iconos de Elementary actualizados: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Elementary%20Icon?content=150749)

Y también gracias por la actualización de Cupertino (y por arreglar ese fallo, que no es tuyo sino de las tantas novedades de Ubuntu, imagino el dolor de cabeza hehehe).

¡Saludos Rafa!


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 Superb!

 
 by cdekter on: May 18 2012
 
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This is one of the (if not the) most polished themes currently available - pleasing to look at, highly usable and polished (very few glitches). Please, PLEASE keep up the good work!


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