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Zukitwo Cupertino


GNOME Shell Theme

Score 64%
Zukitwo Cupertino

Zukitwo Cupertino

Zukitwo Cupertino

Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  20044
Submitted:  Mar 9 2012
Updated:  Dec 17 2013


Important note: this theme is designed for and tested with GNOME-Shell 3.4, GNOME-Shell 3.6 and GNOME-Shell 3.8
for GNOME Shell 3.4 - take version 0.5
for GNOME Shell 3.6 - take version 0.5.1
for GNOME Shell 3.8 - take version 0.5.2
for GNOME Shell 3.10 - take version 0.5.3

all version are included in the download!

Zukitwo Cupertino is made off the great Zukitwo theme, aimed to integrate the GNOME-Shell better to a Mac OSX like GTK-theme (i.e. Adwaita Cupertino).
Looks nice on bigger screens (1920x1200 - my PC) as well as on smaller screens (1366x768 - my netbook)

Theme Info
GTK Theme: Adwaita Cupertino (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Adwaita+Cupertino?content=147061)
Icon Theme: Faenza (http://tiheum.deviantart.com/art/Faenza-Icons-173323228) + Faenza Cupertino (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza-Cupertino?content=129008)
Cursor Theme: Shere Khan X (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Shere+Khan+X?content=57588)
visible extensions:
Dock (https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/17/dock/)
overview-icon (https://github.com/yuyichao/gnome-shell-overview-icon)
places-status-indicator (https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/8/places-status-indicator/)
Media player indicator (https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/55/media-player-indicator/)
Extension List (https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/320/extension-list/)
System Monitor (https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/120/system-monitor/)

Extract the zip file and put the \'Zukitwo Cupertino\' folder inside your ~/.themes directory. Use the Gome-Shell theme extension to select Zukitwo Cupertino theme.

Installation with GDM Theme
This will replace the default gnome shell theme.

- Extract the Zukitwo-Cupertino folder anywhere at your system
- Go to the default gnome shell theme location /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme
- Backup the files gdm.css and gnome-shell.css
- Go back to the extracted Zukitwo-Cupertino folder and open the gnome-shell folder inside it
- Move or copy the contents of the gnome-shell folder to the above mentioned default gnome shell theme location
- Refresh the gnome shell by pressing Alt+F2, typing 'r' and pressing ENTER
Note: if your current theme is not the default gnome shell theme, instead of refreshing the theme in the last step just open the gnome-tweak-tool and set the gnome shell theme to 'Default'.

Known bugs
- Status in user menu sometime becomes white - seems GNOME-Shell 3.4 fixed this
- after returning from overview the application button on top gets a wrong border - FIXED
- Extension: Extension List need some CSS tweaks
- Dock extension looks a bit weird with the theme - needs some CSS tweaks too (I changed to plank :) )

to override the stylesheet of the system monitor, just rename the stylesheet.css from the system monitor extension

Any suggestions for further changes/extension support are welcome!


17. Dec 2013 - v0.5.3
added compatibility for GNOME Shell 3.10

28. Oct 2013 - v0.5.2
added compatibility for GNOME Shell 3.8

01. Nov 2012 - v0.5.1
added compatibility for GNOME Shell 3.6

06. July 2012 - v0.5
Big rework on almost every part of this theme. First of all thanks to the creator of the Gela theme (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Gela?content=150724). He gave me some inspiration!
Biggest changes:
GDM Theme
Overview/Dash/Search result
App switcher
Colors and some transition effects
support for some extensions

12. May 2012 - v0.4.2
fixed a few other broken things in GNOME-Shell 3.4
changed the dash in the overview

24. April 2012 - v0.4.1
quick bugfix for GNOME-Shell 3.2

23. April 2012 - v0.4
quick bugfix for GNOME-Shell 3.4

29. March 2012 - v0.3
reworked buttons: changed color and border to best match Adwaita theme (at the moment it is not possible to make them exactly cause the shell is lacking some background and gradient features)
changed dialog background
fixed a bug where the popupmenu had no top borders (ie in dash or dock extension)
changed on/off image

12. March 2012 - v0.2
reworked colors to better integrate with Adwaita Cupertino
changed slider size and color
changed font size in panel
changed chat window
fixed a bug in overview

7. March 2012 - v0.1
initial release

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 Compatibility for GNOME 3.8

 by J5lx on: Jul 8 2013
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Can you please add compatibility for GNOME 3.8?

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 Re: Compatibility for GNOME 3.8

 by mlaggner on: Jul 9 2013
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I am sorry, I switched to unity some time ago and now I have no chance to maintain it.

I hope there could be any other Gnome Shell user which could do the changes..

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 Re: Re: Compatibility for GNOME 3.8

 by J5lx on: Jul 9 2013
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Very sad. In my Opinion, it was the best theme of its kind.

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 Re: Re: Re: Compatibility for GNOME 3.8

 by mlaggner on: Aug 28 2013
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I've just installed gnome shell 3.8.3 to check where the problem is - but I could not find any problem..

Could you tell me what is going wrong in GS 3.8?

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Compatibility for GNOME 3.8

 by J5lx on: Aug 28 2013
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Just try to search for something in GS. Here's a screenshot: http://ge.tt/7RqM4Iq/v/0

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 by ifoolb on: Dec 8 2013
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Nice theme.But I suggest adding gnome 3.10 support. See,It matches gnome shell 3.10 very well except the menu,which is still black with cupertino installed.

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 Re: Good.

 by mlaggner on: Dec 9 2013
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I already reworked the theme, but I still need to test it

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