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FlatStudio

   1.03  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 79%
FlatStudio
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FlatStudio
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FlatStudio
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Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  41053
Submitted:  Sep 27 2012
Updated:  Oct 28 2012

Description:

Flat, simple and clean :)

- Inside the theme folder there is a readme.txt file with some simple instructions (styles for nautilus, change selection color, metacity-buttons)

If you are using Firefox, I recommend for this theme to install the extension FXChrome. It is not completely flat but almost ;)
https://addons.mozilla.org/es/firefox/addon/fxchrome/?src=api

requires:
- GNOME 3.4.x or GNOME 3.6.x (does not work on other versions of gnome)
- GTK3 theme uses unico-engine
- GTK2 theme uses gtk2-engines-murrine

There are four themes:
FlatStudio: based on the color of my other theme MediterraneanNight

FlatStudioLight: found a mockup that I really liked and in which I based for FlatStudioLight, the mockup is of Tobias Bernard\'s (minimal GTK theme mockup), found in
http://tobiasbernard.com/floss/minimal-gtk-theme/

FlastudioGray: soft gray frame

FlatStudioDark: flat dark theme :)

Shell theme:
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i found this shell theme:
Contrail by ~theRealPadster,
inspired by the same mokup that FlatStudioLight
http://therealpadster.deviantart.com/art/Contrail-313169671

icons used in FlatStudio
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Nitrux OS Icons by ~DevianTN7k1 (option NITRUX-G)
http://deviantn7k1.deviantart.com/art/Nitrux-OS-Icons-293634207

icons used in FlatStudioLight
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Clarity-icon-theme by Jakub Jankiewicz (option dark_canus)
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=135654
i also like
AwOken icon theme by alecive (option AwOkenDark)
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=126344

fonts used in FlatStudioLight
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Tobias recommended “Roboto” font
http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/roboto

Minimalist wallpapers:
http://www.icanbecreative.com/simple-desktop-wallpapers-for-minimalist-lovers.html
http://simpledesktops.com/




Changelog:

Version FlatStudio v1.02 (2012-10-28)
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- The theme has been ported to Gnome 3.6
- The theme is fully integrated with Nautilus 3.6.x and Nemo (cinnamon 1.6.x)
- Known Issues: integration with nautilus 3.4.x (ubuntu 12.10) is not total but acceptable, will be fixed later
- Inside is also a version compatible with Gnome 3.4 (FlatStudio-G3.4.tar.gz)

Version FlatStudio v1.01 (2012-10-16)
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- Added 2 new themes: FlatStudioGray and FlatStudioDark
- Reworked Metacity theme (recomended clean install)
Added new style square buttons on new themes (hamed asl contribution, thanks!)
More flattened buttons on FlatStudio and FlatStudioLight
Now, Unity also is borderless
Note: readme.txt has instructions for exchanging buttons between themes
- correction of some bugs reported by users in GTK2 (white text on white background)
- fixed frame color Google Chrome (incognito mode)
- small cosmetic changes

Version FlatStudio v1.0 (2012-10-04)
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- correction of bugs detected in the RC
- small cosmetic changes

Version FlatStudio RC2 (2012-09-29)
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FlatStudioLight
some changes to try to be more like the original mockup.
- tabs style
- radio-button style
- button-hover effect
- (slightly) menus of the menu bar
- scroolbars

Version: FlatStudio RC (2012-09-27)
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Release candidate




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 Great theme

 
 by Mestizo on: Dec 21 2012
 
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Thanks a lot by your amazing theme... clean, simple, beautiful. I love it


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 I have a small issue

 
 by Crone on: Jan 7 2013
 
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First of all thanks a lot for this amazing theme. I really want to stick with it.

I do have however a problem with gtk3 applications. If you could take a look at this thread where I explain the problem I'd be greatful.

https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1214846#p1214846


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 Re: I have a small issue

 
 by trastes on: Jan 8 2013
 
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Sorry for the wait, I've been a few days of vacation :)

To help you, I need to know which version of FlaStudio downloaded and which version of Gnome you have.
I get the impression that one of the two does not have the correct version.


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 Re: Re: I have a small issue

 
 by Crone on: Jan 8 2013
 
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Thanks a lot for the reply. Asking me what version of FlatStudio I have grew me suspicious and I redownloaded the file after removing all the folders from /usr/shame/themes and all the configuration folders from ~/homefolder/.config/.

And it worked actually! Now all my gtk3 apps are working perfect. I am not using gnome btw, I am using openbox. Thank you so much for your help and for the amazing theme. I will update my archlinux post aswell in case someone wants the whole story


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 Re: Re: Re: I have a small issue

 
 by trastes on: Jan 8 2013
 
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Yes openbox, but surely with GTK3 compatibility based on gnome 3.6, your screenshot was typical for gnome 3.6 with a theme of gnome 3.4

in any case, I'm glad you solved your problem :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: I have a small issue

 
 by Crone on: Jan 8 2013
 
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Oh I see. Yea I most likely had an older version of the theme in my computer, believing that I have the latest one. Again thanks, I'm loving your theme so much right now.


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 Hey what gives??

 
 by GUSCRAWFORD on: Jan 24 2013
 
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I'm using Gnome 3.6 on Ubuntu Quantal and only Gray and normal FlatStudio work!

I'd love to try the dark and light one! I've re-downloaded the theme several times and triple checked where I'm installing it. It's being listed as a theme in the tweak tool but when I select any save for FlatStudio or 'F/S Gray', I'm not getting FlatStudio, rather I get the 1989 look.

Screen Snaps are Available here:
https://plus.google.com/photos/109138063320719069820/albums/5836903324147518577

Happy to send back any additional relevant data u can think of.


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 Hey what gives??

 
 by GUSCRAWFORD on: Jan 24 2013
 
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I'm using Gnome 3.6 on Ubuntu Quantal and only Gray and normal FlatStudio work!

I'd love to try the dark and light one! I've re-downloaded the theme several times and triple checked where I'm installing it. It's being listed as a theme in the tweak tool but when I select any save for FlatStudio or 'F/S Gray', I'm not getting FlatStudio, rather I get the 1989 look.

Screen Snaps are Available here:
https://plus.google.com/photos/109138063320719069820/albums/5836903324147518577

Happy to send back any additional relevant data u can think of. P.S. I noticed in my own screen snap i got errors opening certain directories in the tree because I didn't run tree as root I'm performing other tests and gonna see I shoudln't maybe use this theme from my ~/.themes


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 Re: Hey what gives??

 
 by GUSCRAWFORD on: Jan 24 2013
 
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Sorry for the double post I'm not sure how I accomplished that... the 1989 thing happens with any FS theme on my computer excepting FlatStudio Gray


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 Re: Re: Hey what gives??

 
 by trastes on: Jan 24 2013
 
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If you have ubuntu 12.10 I do not understand that may be happening,
to function properly, the theme only needs to be installed-copied in "usr/share/themes"

check if correctly decompress all files in the theme,
compare the contents of folders for each theme (taken as reference the theme that works well)

You can also launch an app (eg gedit) from the terminal and see if you get errors (with one of the themes that do not work)


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 Re: Re: Re: Hey what gives??

 
 by GUSCRAWFORD on: Jan 25 2013
 
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OK so I did these extra steps:

1) Re-downloaded your theme pack. There's no MD5 or anything (I'm not that anal anyway) so check this screen snap to validate size if you want.
(https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-quAP1-ahQXU/UQIeK3LBL3I/AAAAAAAAAj8/OCpfYs1RnSI/s883/2-archive-properties.png)

2) Extracted without error those files. (https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-crrWJwHY8BM/UQIeKzBqyWI/AAAAAAAAAkA/kmIK_aPOXmk/s796/3-errorless-extraction.png)

3) Removed the old FS files, re-copied the new ones, set my metacity and gtk back to Adwaita. (How boring and curvy :/) (https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-vbcSFdqmuUI/UQIeLH2024I/AAAAAAAAAkM/7TTgeYtQglc/s755/4-reset-to-adwaita-reinstall-fs.png)

3) So I'm still getting the same results. Next I have some interesting terminal output for you!

[SCENARIO A]
Ran 'gnome-tweak-tool' from the terminal (a gtk app itself)
With Adwaita as the selected theme

[What Happened]
A whole bunch of warnings, which I think is likely normal. I've seen this before and on several systems I have so I feel like this isn't an issue (maybe I pre-fail already I dunno)

SO I keep going.

[SCENARIO B]
Re-run GTT, get the same warnings, then I select 'FlatStudioDark'

[What Happened]
Quote:

(gnome-tweak-tool:21557): Gtk-CRITICAL **: _gtk_css_section_to_string: assertion `section != NULL' failed

(gnome-tweak-tool:21557): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: (null): Failed to import: Error opening file: Permission denied

(gnome-tweak-tool:21557): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to parse /usr/share/themes/FlatStudioDark/gtk-3.0/settings.ini: Permission denied


[Attempt a fix!]
I run an ls on the offensive file and find that only the user group has read access, so I pull out an ace:
Quote:
sudo chmod go+r /usr/share/themes/FlatStudioDark/gtk-3.0/settings.ini


I reset to Adwaita, kill the GTT, restart and re-select FSD. Same visual results (theme not visible and bare-fallback graphics for gtk2 app needs) but this time I got an error output exactly as before only missing that last 'Failed to parse' warning. Those first two warnings are still outputed (and don't really point me towards the problem.)

[Compare with something that works]
Now amid this mess FlatStudioGray works (thankfully) and this is the output I get from the terminal after I select it in the GTT.

Quote:

(gnome-tweak-tool:21557): Gtk-CRITICAL **: _gtk_css_section_to_string: assertion `section != NULL' failed

(gnome-tweak-tool:21557): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: (null): Failed to import: Error opening file: Permission denied

(gnome-tweak-tool:21557): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to parse /usr/share/themes/FlatStudioGray/gtk-3.0/settings.ini: Permission denied


Same errors! So I haven't found the issue just yet. I did read the one post in some arch forums about a guy having issues with your theme that he fixed by updating some of his files, but I think mine are up to date. I'd be interested to know if any other FS users have had or are having this issue.

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Public Google+ Album of relevant Screenshots
https://plus.google.com/photos/109138063320719069820/albums/5837261233380924561


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Hey what gives??

 
 by trastes on: Jan 25 2013
 
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Please Download it and install it again from scratch, delete all folders and files of FlatStudio in usr/share/themes before installing the new.

(I uploaded version 1.03 although see 1.02 in this page)

I think I found the problem, in my opinion it is a permissions problem. I modified the permissions of all files and I think this is solved.

Try it and tell me how it went


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Hey what gives??

 
 by GUSCRAWFORD on: Jan 25 2013
 
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YES

This seemed to do the trick! FlatStudioDark and Light still don't look quite right when looking at folders, but all themes skin gtk2 apps properly (ie chrome menuns, eclipse).

FlatStudio Looks Good (https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-eoENDmrREW8/UQKf6xBP2II/AAAAAAAAAlE/_lm0eGJodKM/s1048/fs-lookin-good.png)

Flat Light Still Doesn't Skin the folder 100% but its approaching that... (https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-N3DvBgVGAuo/UQKf6-sFvXI/AAAAAAAAAlE/IXTQxhsQzRY/s1048/light-not-so-much.png)

Your themes don't cause any terminal output anymore, which is a good thing I guess, but it also gives us no additional info. I'm pretty happy having both FlatStudio and the Gray version fully working though so I'll stop bugging you but if you ever want any help testing and resolving those issues I'm happy to pitch in my efforts.

Thanks so much for your help changing those permissions!


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 Titlebars are broken

 
 by ravicious on: Jan 27 2013
 
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Great theme!

However, titlebars of my windows look weird. How can I fix it? http://i.imgur.com/fMMMIk0.png


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 Re: Titlebars are broken

 
 by ravicious on: Jan 27 2013
 
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If I run gnome-shell in a terminal, I get an error telling that the window manager couldn't find theme config, even though I'd copied everything straight from the package.


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 Re: Re: Titlebars are broken

 
 by ravicious on: Jan 27 2013
 
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Oh, and btw, I'm using gnome-shell 3.6.2.


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 Re: Re: Re: Titlebars are broken

 
 by ravicious on: Jan 27 2013
 
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Okay, I've read through comments and apparently there's a bug in Gnome 3.6, so you have to copy themes to /usr/share/themes.

Thanks, everybody and thanks trastes for making this amazing theme!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Titlebars are broken

 
 by trastes on: Jan 28 2013
 
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You were very quick :)
yes, that is often the problem.

regards


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 metacity's shadows

 
 by ravicious on: Jan 28 2013
 
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One more question: do you know if it's possible to somehow turn off shadows in metacity? I think this theme could look even better without them.


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 Re: metacity's shadows

 
 by trastes on: Jan 30 2013
 
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with unity at least previously it was possible, with gnome-shell think not (at least I do not know)


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