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GrayDay

   1.12  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  32137
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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 Tema

 
 by Aseashadow on: May 26 2012
 
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Hola Trastes,
Estuve probando toda la semana este tema en mi notebook con Ubuntu 12.04.
Ya lo habia visto y sabia que era tuyo, pero no lo probe porque estaba "cansadito" de los grises.
Me dijiste que le eche un vistazo. Me gusto mucho, en realidad me gusta todo.
Queria preguntarte si es a proposito que en el menu contextual de los navegadores (Firefox y Chromium-Chrome)se vea casi como un degradado entre el blanco y en el centro un poquito (casi imperceptible) celeste, tal vez sea un bug, igual se ve bien (para mi).

Te felicito, el tema es muy agradable, usable, sobrio y tranquilo aunque yo de momento no quiero mas grises jeje.

Hasta otra!


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 Re: Tema

 
 by trastes on: May 26 2012
 
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Hombre! hola de nuevo :), dijistes que tu eras de temas oscuros, no? porque no miras esta beta de MediterraneanNigh, es la parte que me faltaba, MediterraneanDark ;)
Está en estado beta y no está publicado, todavía no he empezado la parte gtk2, pero la parte gtk3 está bastante avanzada, si eres usuario habitual de temas oscuros tu opinión me interesa mucho (por si hay que ir enderezando algo).
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/80497678/MediterraneanDark.tar.gz

Respecto de grayday, no se bien porque ves ese gradiente, lo acabo de repasar, y yo al menos no lo aprecio, aunque lo miraré mas detenidamente cuando me desenganche de MediterraneanDark, es que cuando empiezo algo me cuesta soltarlo ;)


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 Muy buena la actualización

 
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¡Hola trastes! Muy buena la actualización y los detalles de los colores.

Una pequeña sugerencia u observación. Supongo que es por la limitación de GTK3 (aaarg, qué rabia, hehehe), respecto a las barras de progreso, deberías dejarlas planas por defecto para GTK2 para que por lo menos se mantenga un poco la coherencia. Solo eso, algo tonto pues.

Del resto muy agradecido con tus temas.

¡Saludos!!!


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 Re: Muy buena la actualización

 
 by trastes on: May 29 2012
 
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Tienes más razón que un santo, se me ha ido pasando (a pesar de haberlo visto alguna vez), y si no me lo comentas no caigo o no me acuerdo, es que tengo mu mala cabeza jeje ...

Gracias por el aviso, ya está arreglado v1.11 ;)


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 epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by off222 on: May 29 2012
 
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man, here are some problems with epiphany back-forward buttons and rhythmbox progressbar highlight http://itmages.ru/image/view/532895/0cd693b1


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 Re: epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by trastes on: May 29 2012
 
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I like those square edges of the windows theme :)
- Fixed tabs appearance of epiphany v1.11

On the issue of rhythmbox slider in the latest version does not occur. The version you have is the latest? in the screenshot are more problems, eg. square scrollbars also, or theme is installed in gnome 3.2.x ?


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 Re: Re: epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by off222 on: May 29 2012
 
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I use latest ubuntu's gnome and yeah I like it square :) Thanx for fast fix, I'll try latest version now. BTW which tabs do you use in the second screenshot? Nice black gradients, but I cannot find them..


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 Re: Re: epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by off222 on: May 29 2012
 
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and hey, maybe it's a good idea to make a square version? Square tabs, selection, scrollbars, progressbars .. you know.


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 Re: Re: Re: epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by trastes on: May 30 2012
 
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in the file /GrayDay/gtk-3.0/gtk.css
on the line 25 are the options for tabs

option 3.- tabs dark gray
@import url("tabs-dark.css");

See readme.txt
I think the edges square, not a bad idea ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by trastes on: May 30 2012
 
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sorry!, on the line ¡¡225!! are the options for tabs


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by off222 on: Jun 4 2012
 
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got it, thanx, man. Do you know how to change the font for any gtk3 element only? e.g. I wanna change the font type for nautilus pathbar(or breadcrumb) only. Is it possible?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: epiphany& rhythmbox problems

 
 by trastes on: Jun 5 2012
 
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Unfortunately it is not possible, I've tried many times, remove bold in nautilus, but I could not. Same for other widgets, in theory should be able to do, but I have not gotten results


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 Compatibilidad con Mate

 
 by apostolakos on: May 30 2012
 
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Este tema es compatible con Mate Desktop Environment??


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 Re: Compatibilidad con Mate

 
 by trastes on: May 30 2012
 
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No tengo ni idea, no lo he probado. Si te animas y lo pruebas comenta como te ha ido.

Saludos :)


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 Raleigh theme

 
 by vanlong441 on: May 31 2012
 
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http://i.imgur.com/j9AbB.png

I remember reporting the same problem once over Adwaita Cupertino theme but nothing has been improved since then. Now I meet the same problem with Grayday.


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 Re: Raleigh theme

 
 by trastes on: May 31 2012
 
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something is wrong with your installation or if you changed the color scheme in gtkrc possibly made ​​an error of syntax

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/80497678/Captura_de_pantalla_de_2012-05-31_18_08_15.png


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 Re: Raleigh theme

 
 by trastes on: May 31 2012
 
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same for Adwaita Cupertino

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/80497678/Captura_de_pantalla_de_2012-05-31_18_22_49.png


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 Re: Re: Raleigh theme

 
 by vanlong441 on: Jun 2 2012
 
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I tried with fresh installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and the problem persists. Changing the GTK theme to Ambiance gave Synaptic a better look right away though. I don't know why.


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 Raleigh theme

 
 by rulet on: Jun 5 2012
 
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:) That is simple. I wonder why trustes doesn't know this. That's because synaptic executes by root user which doesn't has usual user theme configuration. You have to make a link for ~./themes(if you puted custom theme in that directory) for root user:

sudo ln -s ~/.themes /root



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 Re: Raleigh theme

 
 by trastes on: Jun 5 2012
 
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Yes I know the trick, but I do not know why, but I assumed that had the theme installed in /usr/share/themes

It is because of stress, too many themes to maintain, and the tendency to assume that people know how to do everything necessary to run a theme, sorry :)


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 Re: Re: Raleigh theme

 
 by rulet on: Jun 5 2012
 
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I think if placing any theme in /usr/share/.themes it's need to see what permissions for theme's folder and also files inside it, that they to be the same permissions as others themes.


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 Re: Re: Re: Raleigh theme

 
 by rulet on: Jun 5 2012
 
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Mistaked -- not /usr/share/.themes but /usr/share/themes


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