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Elementaryish for Ubuntu 13.04 and 12.10

   1.1.6  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Elementaryish for Ubuntu 13.04 and 12.10
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Elementaryish for Ubuntu 13.04 and 12.10
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Elementaryish for Ubuntu 13.04 and 12.10
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Minimum required   GTK 3.x
Downloads:  17371
Submitted:  Nov 17 2012
Updated:  Aug 4 2013

Description:

Elementaryish for 13.04 and 12.10

Theme contains some OS X-like widgets, so if you're alergic to anything mac-ish...

::Installation::

- Extract .zip archive, and copy "elementaryish" / "elementary-dkpanel" folder to your .themes folder, or to usr/share/themes/ . Then change your theme with "gnome-tweak-tool" or "Ubuntu Tweak".

::Compatibility::

Theme was designed for Ubuntu 13.04 and 12.10 and is working well on Unity and Gnome-Classic.
Elementaryish is based on Greybird so it should work with Xfce.

Theme was designed to use with globalmenu, but it also looks good with standard menubar.

::Emerald::

- In 13.04 Gnome-panel session with Compiz some people have problems with maximized window borders (it's gtk-window-decorator bug). Emerald also has this problem but only with some themes - so i've made Emerald theme for elementaryish (and egtk) that is free of this bug, and works well with gnome-panel session

- Emerald theme is in "Emerald theme" folder

:: Beta for Gala/Mutter::

- This is 1.1.5 version but with dark color scheme and gnome3 window theme, so if you use app that uses dark color scheme you'll have nice dark windows and widgets. Here is screenshot: dolsilwa.deviantart.com/art/Gn…

- You can find it in "Beta" folder.

::Credits::

To developers from Shimmer Project - they made Graybird which is base for my themes.
To DanRabbit - designer and developer of original elementary theme.
To Trastes - creator of theme Advaita Cupertino - i've borrowed few lines of his excellent code :-)

::Extras::

- My persona theme for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/pl/firefox/addon/elementaryish-5i/
- Zeeeeee's and Loklaan's full Firefox theme: https://addons.mozilla.org/pl/firefox/addon/elementary-firefox/?src=ss (compatibile with light elementaryish theme)




Changelog:

1.IX 2013
v.1.1.6 - Brighter notebook.
- Toolbar buttons and normal buttons are not the same anymore.
- More gradient on toolbar.
- Better gradient on prelighted menuitem.

31.V 2013
v1.1.5 - Fixed Rhythmbox toolbar problem.
- Better notebook background and iconview selection
- Some XFCE tweaks (better sidebar in Thunar and XFCE header)
- Minor tweaks to gradient

9.V 2013
v.1.1.4 - A bit darker gradient on toolbar
- New switches - like in original elementary theme.
- few new metacity themes

27.IV 2013
1.1.3 - More compact Nautilus buttons,
- Nice looking, elementary-style infobar.

17.IV 2013
1.1.2 - Minor updates on progressbar:
- little shadow progressbar's background,
- progressbar in Transmission and Ubuntu Software Center now looks properly.

11.IV 2013
1.1.1 - Unity Dark Panel now looks properly.

8.IV 2013
1.1 - Theme is now compatibile with Ubuntu 13.04.
- squashed some bugs and perfected some widgets.

19.XI 2012
1.01 - Bugfix for strange colors in 3.6.2

1.02 - some icons were too small - fixed.

17.XI 2012
1.0 - Initial release




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 Problem!

 
 by loneowais on: Nov 17 2012
 
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Hi,
the screenshots look awesome but unfortunately I can't get it to work properly. I still get orange colors from ambiance. I've adwaita, unico and xfce theme engines installed

My Screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xc9t8ilopzyq55t/gtk3-theme-bug.png?m


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 Re: Problem!

 
 by loneowais on: Nov 17 2012
 
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... and I did restart after applying the theme


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 Re: Problem!

 
 by loneowais on: Nov 17 2012
 
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It happens with greybird also, not just your theme. Any idea?


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 Re: Re: Problem!

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 17 2012
 
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Hmm... i've based my theme on graybird - that's why they share this bug. I'll try to figure out what's happening.


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 Re: Re: Re: Problem!

 
 by loneowais on: Nov 17 2012
 
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Thanks! I'm dying to use this theme :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Problem!

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 17 2012
 
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Ok, here is version with hardcoded blue color

http://www.mediafire.com/?ectgopbkm32u66r

Try it and tell me if it works


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Problem!

 
 by loneowais on: Nov 18 2012
 
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Thanks!

That fixed the Gtk3 apps but Gtk2 apps (Firefox, Synaptic) still sport the orange colour.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Problem!

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 18 2012
 
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Try this version:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?87ux7zu7kkus062



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Problem!

 
 by loneowais on: Nov 18 2012
 
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The second fixed version fixes gtk2 apps too
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?87ux7zu7kkus062

Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Problem!

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Nov 18 2012
 
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You're welcome :-)



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 only ubuntu??

 
 by gracca on: Apr 27 2013
 
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Why a Gtk3 theme is announced for Ubuntu only? I'd like to know.


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 Re: only ubuntu??

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Apr 27 2013
 
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From a user point of view it may look strange :-) But from a themer point of view differences between Gtk-based user interfaces are really huge. For example if you make theme for Ubuntu you have to keep in mind that there will be no menubar - because there is appmenu - so toolbar and titlebar should blend with each other. But when you design theme for Gnome-Shell there is a visible menubar - so you have to make a design where menubar and titlebar blend (or even better make menubar with nice gradient, darker bottom line dividing it from toolbar, and lighter line giving it more depth). But you can't have both - because themed menubar makes unity-panel and elementary wingpanel look somewhat strange. On the other hand, plain, not themed menubar looks really ugly in gnome shell. And that is only menubar ;-) Look at Gnome Cupertino - it's an excellent theme, but it's creator - Trastes - had to make different versions for unity, for gnome-shell with gnome 3.4, 3.6 and i think there is also different version for 3.8. And there is also xfce and pantheon which also has completely different apps and design. There was no problem when we had gnome 2, but with gnome 3 and all those different desktop environments, thaiming is just pain.


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 Re: Re: only ubuntu??

 
 by gracca on: Apr 27 2013
 
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Thanks very much for your explanation! :)


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 Re: Re: Re: only ubuntu??

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Apr 27 2013
 
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You're welcome :-)


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 Re: dark panel version

 
 by sadi on: Apr 28 2013
 
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Thanks for this nice looking theme.
I would love to see the Dark Panel variant with matching Metacity (dark window titlebar) and GTK (dark toolbar and menubar).


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 Re: Re: dark panel version

 
 by Dolsilwa on: May 9 2013
 
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I'm glad you like it :-) Completely dark theme will probably be in release for gnome 3.8, but it's really a lot of work.


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 Progress meter

 
 by tad1073 on: May 9 2013
 
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how can I change the progress meter to be the same color as the switch track color?


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 Scrollbar track width

 
 by tad1073 on: May 9 2013
 
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How can I change the scrollbar track width for firefox to match the width of the scrollbar?


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 Elementary compatibility..

 
 by s0la on: Jun 28 2013
 
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Hi..
First of all, your theme looks great, just beautiful, so I downloaded it on my Elementary OS.. :) And all works perfect, except that view icons in File manager are separated with one tiny line between first and second one.. I know that your theme was predicted for Ubuntu users, but I really like it, so pls, can you fix this bug..? :)


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 Re: Elementary compatibility..

 
 by Dolsilwa on: Jun 28 2013
 
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Hi. I'm glad you like my theme :-) I've tried few times to solve this problem in the past, but when i did it, nautilus view buttons were screwed up. So for now, i just don't have idea what to do.


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 Re: Re: Elementary compatibility..

 
 by s0la on: Jun 28 2013
 
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Ok.. :) Thanks anyway for sharing this great theme with us, and thanks for replay.. Hope that you'll find solution in some of next releases, just keep going, you doing great.. :)


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