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DeLorean-Dark -- Gnome 3.4 & 3.6

   3.4v.1.55 3.6v.2.56  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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DeLorean-Dark -- Gnome 3.4 & 3.6
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DeLorean-Dark -- Gnome 3.4 & 3.6
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DeLorean-Dark -- Gnome 3.4 & 3.6
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Downloads:  51044
Submitted:  Sep 7 2012
Updated:  Dec 30 2012

Description:

The Dark Brushed-Metal Theme!
Choose your Gnome version, either 3.4 or 3.6! (3.6 also in green)!

Wall is 'Sexy Blue' by ShippD http://shippd.deviantart.com/gallery/
Icons are 'F-Dark(Faenza)' by rodofr http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/F-Dark+%28Faenza%29+?content=135696
Conky's are variant of Wlourf's found here: http://wlourf.deviantart.com/gallery/28062900

Includes:
  • Gtk2 theme

  • Gtk3 theme -includes theming for Nemo-file-manager

  • Metacity 2 & 3 themes

  • Gnome-Shell theme

  • Cinnamon theme-1.6

  • GDM3 theme

  • Xfwm4 theme

  • Openbox3 theme


  • Extras:
  • Firefox theme

  • Thunderbird theme

  • Chromium theme

  • Qt (kde)

  • Eclipse theme *NEW*


  • Installation:
    Information can be viewed on download page. Software may be installed from PPA (Ubuntu, LinuxMint, Debian) AUR (ArchLinux) & OBS for both OpenSuse12.2 and Fedora17.




    Changelog:

    Changelog can be viewed on download page.

    **PLEASE read through the entire download page for addons, extras, and fixes! **



    License:
    GPLv2 and/or CC by-nc-sa

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    (Gnome 3.6 )
    (Gnome 3.6 green)
    (Gnome3.6 Light theme)
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     cinnamon

     
     by hugoreyes on: Sep 9 2012
     
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    thats the first cinnamon theme ive seen that has shadows under the menus. very nice, im adding that to my own themes. however it seems impossible to have both shadows and those arrows when using shadows hmmmm


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     Re: cinnamon

     
     by hellokitten on: Sep 9 2012
     
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    Id like to be using the arrows, but they are still far to limiting with what you can do when using them. I pick shadows over arrows anytime. I'm hoping that 3.6's CSS changes will allow us more flexibility.


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     agree

     
     by hugoreyes on: Sep 9 2012
     
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    agree, shadows are far more important. about the gtk theme, its very nice too, but i dont like thte white separators in popup menus, far too big contrast to the black/dark colour imho


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     Seperators?

     
     by hellokitten on: Sep 10 2012
     
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    What separators are you referring to? Menus? Gtk2?3? Im not certain what you are referring to


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     Re: Seperators?

     
     by hugoreyes on: Sep 10 2012
     
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    im refering to these http://i.imgur.com/d7MIg.png


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     Re: Re: Seperators?

     
     by hellokitten on: Sep 12 2012
     
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    Thanks for pointing that out. I have corrected the problem with the separators and changed the menus to match those of the Shell. I also reworked the Fallback/Classic mode. It resembles the Cinnamon theme. I'll upload the new version on the 12th of Sept.


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     color issues

     
     by xiaolindraconis on: Sep 13 2012
     
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    http://i.imgur.com/6FSTo.png

    yeah thats not cool.
    like the theme so far, would help if i could see what i was trying to read in the software center tho.


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     Re: color issues Fix posted on download page

     
     by hellokitten on: Sep 14 2012
     
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    On the download page http://fav.me/d59oyrd under the heading 'FIXES' I have listed the fix for the UbuntuSoftwareCenter. At this time Ubuntu has chosen for the Software-Center to have its own CSS in its own folder. I hope they will change that in the near future. In the mean time follow these directions: Quote:
    Find the following definition in '/usr/share/software-center/ui/gtk3/css/softwarecenter.css':
    @define-color super-light-aubergine
    Then, change the value to :
    @define-color super-light-aubergine #2c2c2c;

    That will fix the problem for you. Cheers, and thanks for the message.


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     Re: Re: color issues Fix posted on download page

     
     by xiaolindraconis on: Sep 17 2012
     
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    and thank you for the fix. great job hope to see more awesome work.


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     Re: Re: Re: color issues Fix posted on download pa

     
     by hellokitten on: Sep 18 2012
     
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    Glad the fix worked out.


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     Qugar

     
     by Jemaga on: Sep 20 2012
     
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    It is fantastic


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     Jemaga

     
     by Jemaga on: Sep 20 2012
     
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    It is fantastic


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     Re: Jemaga

     
     by hellokitten on: Sep 20 2012
     
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    Thanks!


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     Firefox text

     
     by cbowman57 on: Sep 20 2012
     
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    If you want better definition in the text entry boxes insert this in the gtkrc.

    #### Firefox text fix goes inside the theme name/gtk-2.0/gtkrc (or an app fix in the gtk-2.0/styles) This should work with all problematic dark themes in Firefox #########

    style "ff" {
    text[NORMAL] = "#000000"
    base[NORMAL] = "#FFFFFF"
    }
    class "GtkInvisible" style "ff"
    widget "GtkInvisible" style "ff"

    style "custom" {
    GtkWidget::cursor-color = "#000000"
    GtkWidget::secondary-cursor-color = "#FF0000"
    }
    widget_class "*" style "custom"

    ###### End of Firefox fix ##########

    This is black text on crisp white, you can experiment with the color codes.


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     Re: Firefox text

     
     by hellokitten on: Sep 22 2012
     
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    Thank you for taking the time to share the info on FF text-inputs.
    The specific widget however is Quote:
    widget "MozillaGtkWidget*GtkFixed*GtkEntry*"

    The style you listed as 'custom' is very helpfull. I was unaware that i could set cursor color that way. I did apply this to the Gtk2 theme for those who choose not do install the DL-D-FireFox-theme. Thank you!
    Cheers!


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     Re: Re: Firefox text

     
     by cbowman57 on: Sep 22 2012
     
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    Glad you found it useful.

    Sometimes it's those little (mostly)undocumented things that can make a difference. I try to learn something new everyday. ;-)


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