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Zukitwo Cupertino

   0.5.3  

GNOME Shell Theme

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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  17635
Submitted:  Mar 9 2012
Updated:  Dec 17 2013

Description:

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/)

Installation
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!




Changelog:

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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 Unity

 
 by zilvinas on: Mar 13 2012
 
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Looks great, any thoughts for Unity?


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 Re: Unity

 
 by mlaggner on: Mar 13 2012
 
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Unfortunately there are no plans for unity at the moment (running on arch and have no unity installed)


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 great

 
 by deny26 on: Mar 25 2012
 
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Thanks to create gnome-shell theme for cupertino theme :)


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 Tested with gnome shell 3.2

 
 by danyhenriquez on: Apr 24 2012
 
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Hello. Just wanted to inform that the applications tab is empty as soon as you switch to this theme when using gnome shell 3.2.


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 Happy to test possible fixes

 
 by danyhenriquez on: Apr 24 2012
 
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Btw. I could test possible fixes for you if you are willing to provide, cause i really want the theme.


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 Re: Happy to test possible fixes

 
 by mlaggner on: Apr 24 2012
 
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Hi,

thanks for reporting this issue;
could you try to change apps.css to the following content? http://pastebin.com/r6ZE3HUs

it works in 3.4; i hope it will work in 3.2 too


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 Re: Re: Happy to test possible fixes

 
 by danyhenriquez on: Apr 24 2012
 
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It worked! Thank you for the quick response/fix!


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 Re: Re: Re: Happy to test possible fixes

 
 by mlaggner on: Apr 24 2012
 
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thanks for reporting too ;)


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 Error notifications

 
 by seiryu89 on: May 12 2012
 
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Hi,
I'm experiencing errors in gnome-shell 3.4 with the notifications.

I was touching the code and I think I found the error
In message.css, in line 8 and 22, will be a .notification and .notification.multi-line-notification like in the original gnome-shell theme to work properly.
Also this is not a good workaround, because with this fix is a little uggly, but at least, I can see the notifications.

Please, fix it when possible =)


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 Re: Error notifications

 
 by mlaggner on: May 14 2012
 
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looks like you got some artifacts from a newer version of the gnome shell.
#notification will be changed to .notification as mentioned here:
http://mail.gnome.org/archives/commits-list/2012-May/msg01162.html

i will separate the theme into different versions for 3.2; 3.4 and 3.5 in a few days


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 GNOME 3.5 (Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal) support?

 
 by KennyStrawn on: Sep 17 2012
 
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Seeing as though [url="https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalQuetzal/ReleaseSchedule"]Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) is in beta as of September 6[/url], it would be nice to include a version of this theme for the development version of GNOME Shell (in this case, 3.5.91) that will eventually become GNOME Shell 3.6. Especially since that version of GNOME Shell uses an icon that looks like a grid of nine squares (the very bottom icon in the left-side "dock") to invoke the app tray instead of "Windows" and "Apps" tabs, not to mention the search bar being in the top center instead of top right. Both of these interface changes can easily screw up a lot of themes.


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 Re: GNOME 3.5 (Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal) suppo

 
 by mlaggner on: Sep 18 2012
 
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I will update the theme as soon as it arrives to my linux distribution (just give it some days)

meanwhile (if I find some time) I will try to fix it in an development version of the GNOME-Shell (i.e. http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/misc/testing/GNOME-3.5.91-LiveUSB.iso)


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