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zonColor Themes Pack

   1.6.5  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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zonColor Themes Pack
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  21301
Submitted:  Jan 1 2013
Updated:  Jun 30 2013

Description:

** Latest Updates: Create GTK themes, support latest Unity, GNOME/GTK 3.8, Cinnamon 1.8, app support for LXDE, new icons/themes, various improvements, fixes **

zonColor Themes Pack is a complete set of simple yet beautiful, elegant themes for GTK-based Linux desktop, aimed to bring freedom in theme customizations particularly color customizations so that users can easily use/apply their very own color combination/color palette/color scheme for the themes.

zonColor is more than just a theme collection; the themes are more like theme templates. They have been designed with customization in mind especially their colors. zonColor themes are using flexible color definitions that can be changed and applied easily without having to modify theme codes/materials directly.

Not only the color of basic/common items (such as base, bg, or selected item in GTK themes and folder icons in icon themes), color definition can be assigned separately for many specific theme\'s elements, such as header-menubar-toolbar-popu-menu-etc in GTK themes, action-folder-display type icons, and even the color of wallpaper image!

Currently, GTK themes, icon themes, wallpapers, "theme-sets" (metatheme, mix-and-match of theme components) and some other theme-related utilities and also simple app are provided in this pack.

To install, you can use installation launcher/script provided.

Alternatively, you can always install/use/enable themes usual way (note that this will install themes only, without customization feature/app):
Extract downloaded archive ===> Browse 'zoncolor' folder within the extracted folder ===> Copy gtk-themes into ~/.themes, icon-themes into ~/.icons, wallpapers to wherever location ===> Use an appearance utility app (i.e. GNOME Tweak Tool) to enable.

Please see README files before using this pack.

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Changelog:

1.6.5 (2013-06-30)
- Improved, tweaked, fixed various icons/GTK/window/shell themes.
- Added GTK/window theme templates RedmondModern.
- Added actions/apps/devices/emblems/status/symbolic icons.
- Added window themes (metacity/xfwm/openbox).
- Added special utility for LXDE desktop (experimental).
- Added some simple fix utilites.
- Added color tool script to generate color shading/mixing.
- Improved openbox themes thanks to new color tool.

1.6.1 Testing (2013-06-07) (work in progress)
- Fixed MATE panel menubar font color, Openbox themes.

1.6 Testing (2013-06-05) (work in progress)
- Added feature to create GTK-themes using templates.
- Added support for latest desktops (GNOME/GTK 3.8, Cinnamon 1.8, etc.).
- Added some new Xfwm (Xfce window manager) theme.
- More features are coming, i.e. to create window decoration themes.

1.1 (2013-01-15)
- Added "Ubuntu Phone" wallpapers + template.
- Added "start-here" icons + changer script, some presets.
- Fixed text-color issue on non-GTK apps when using dark color scheme, other fixes.
- Removed unneeded codes, updated documentation/README files.

1.0.5 (2013-01-05)
- GTK-color-scheme support for Xfce 4.10 (Xubuntu 12.10)
--(Thanks to: TiZ - http://gnome-look.org/usermanager/search.php?username=TiZ)
- Additions: Xfwm themes, some icons, reset script.
- Updated info/documentation/README files.

1.0 (2013.01.01)
- Initial release




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 very cool.

 
 by twodogs on: Jan 1 2013
 
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voted good!


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 Re: very cool.

 
 by zonsaja on: Jan 1 2013
 
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Hey, thanks!


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 voted up

 
 by CruelAngel on: Jan 1 2013
 
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because color customizability for themes these days are getting hard


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 Awesome.

 
 by TiZ on: Jan 2 2013
 
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This is exactly the kind of thing I wanted my old theme Flow to become. I stopped working on Flow entirely when GTK3 hit and when it became a huge pain in the butt to keep up with every release since the GNOME devs wanted to break everything each time. I can rest easy now knowing there's a successor, and one that's waaaay better than my old theme anyways.

Now, if I may offer some advice. Perhaps to enable color scheme support for XFCE, you could generate a gtk theme and hardcode its colors. XFCE's lack of color scheme support is irritating to be sure, but this should work around it.


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 Good theme

 
 by Gespenst on: Jan 3 2013
 
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The best!


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 I've got good news in regards to XFCE

 
 by TiZ on: Jan 3 2013
 
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It seems that XFCE actually can set color schemes. I tried out this program here http://www.webupd8.org/2012/09/customize-gtk3-gtk2-theme-colors-using.html because I knew I remembered there was some way to do it, and it worked. So I investigated the source.

It turns out that by setting the xfconf property /Gtk/ColorScheme in channel xsettings, you can define a color scheme. I just modified the zcsscommon script to support this, and it worked perfectly! The only kink is that the window theme must be switched to and from zoncolor for the change to take effect.


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 Re: I've got good news in regards to XFCE

 
 by TiZ on: Jan 3 2013
 
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That is, in order for the color change to take effect on the window theme, you have to switch it to something else then back to zoncolor.


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 Re: Re: I've got good news in regards to XFCE

 
 by zonsaja on: Jan 3 2013
 
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Nice! Thanks a lot for your effort. I tried it and yes it worked nicely. I will release updated version soon (with a credit to you).

For the window theme, I added some additional code to reload current window theme when applying color-scheme in xfce session, so you don't have to switch to another theme to see color changes.


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 Re: Re: Re: I've got good news in regards to XFCE

 
 by TiZ on: Jan 4 2013
 
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No problem. I'm glad I could help! :)

If I may make a couple of other suggestions while I have your ear, I'm not a fan of the super-thick treeview headers. I think a ythickness of 1 for them looks much better.

In addition, the recent release of Thunar eliminated the border width on its gtkhpaned, so we can now theme it without it looking stupid. You should enable the fm_view style on widget_classes *Thunar*View* and *Thunar*Pane*, enable fm_sidebar on *ThunarShortcutsView* and *ThunarTreeView*, and enable fm_handle on *Thunar*HPaned.

Enabling fm_statusbar on *ThunarStatusbar* ALMOST looks good... the resize grip doesn't get themed right, though. If you can figure it out, it'd look great, but you'd also want to change the scrollbar trough to @base_color and I was never able to figure out how to fine-tune scrollbar trough colors. Maybe you'd have better luck. :)


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 Nice, BUT

 
 by Ahmose on: Jan 4 2013
 
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I appreciate the work and idea here..
But I tried this, then wanted to switch back to my old theme.. an now that theme is totally bonkers and not working right.
How do I completely purge everything from this?
Really wish it didnt screw with my other themes.

If I could just remove and undo everything this theme has done, I'd be happy.

Can you help?


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 Re: Nice, BUT

 
 by Ahmose on: Jan 4 2013
 
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I have used the uninstall option/script..
but still my old theme is broken. :(


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 Re: Re: Nice, BUT

 
 by Ahmose on: Jan 4 2013
 
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I just finally had the perfect theme (Salience), and I thought "oh Ill give this color pack a try"..
and now I cant even go back to using salience.
It's also messed up my Unity dash. Turning it a solid black.
I'm really annoyed by this.


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 Re: Re: Nice, BUT

 
 by Ahmose on: Jan 4 2013
 
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I just finally had the perfect theme (Salience), and I thought "oh Ill give this color pack a try"..
and now I cant even go back to using salience.
It's also messed up my Unity dash. Turning it a solid black.
I'm really annoyed by this.


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 Re: Re: Nice, BUT

 
 by Ahmose on: Jan 4 2013
 
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I just finally had the perfect theme (Salience), and I thought "oh Ill give this color pack a try"..
and now I cant even go back to using salience.
It's also messed up my Unity dash. Turning it a solid black.
I'm really annoyed by this.


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 Re: Re: Re: Nice, BUT

 
 by zonsaja on: Jan 4 2013
 
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I'm really sorry to hear your problem. I dont know exactly what you meant by screw other themes, but this pack shouldnt touch any of them.
Regarding your problem (I believe it's color scheme), you can try the RESET utility (located in main folder or in the 'zoncolor' folder). Note that it will revert settings back to system default, you may need to log out and log back in. Or try resetting color scheme manually by running in Terminal:
gsettings reset org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-color-scheme
gconftool --unset /desktop/gnome/interface/gtk_color_scheme


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Nice, BUT

 
 by Ahmose on: Jan 6 2013
 
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Thank you, sorry for soo many replies.
I dont know how somany duplicates got there.
Everything Ive tried has not worked.
I still can't get things back to normal.
Not even after a brand new 12.10 install.
Still broken. :(


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