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MediterraneanNight Series

   2.03  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 88%
MediterraneanNight Series
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Depends on  GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  99781
Submitted:  Feb 6 2013
Updated:  Jun 20 2013

Description:

MediterraneanNight Series 2.03

12 Themes for Gnome 3.6.x and 3.8.x

* IMPORTANT *
- GTK2 theme uses gtk2-engines-murrine and gtk2-engines-pixbuf
- Inside the theme folder (MediterraneanNight) there is a readme.txt file with some really simple instructions to customize the theme (styles for nautilus, 4 tab styles, metacity buttons)
- Ubuntu 12.10 comes by default with gnome 3.6 and nautilus-3.4 (though you can upgrade to nautilus-3.6), but if you have nautilus-3.4, you must set the theme for nautilus-3.4, as explained in the readme.txt

- Almost all the themes are the same, varying between each of them only the color scheme and some bitmaps, which provides an opportunity for the more restless to create your own theme with few changes.

Take for example the series MediterraneanTribute

Known issues:
- qBitTorrent with MediterraneanGrayDark.

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* FEDORA 19 users *
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The default installation of the package gtk2-engines, not install you really need, which is this:
Murrine GTK2 engine
gtk-murrine-engine-0.98.2-3fc19


- MediterraneanNight also support nautilus-3.4. (see readme.txt)
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* Select style for nautilus *
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Edit the file ../MediterraneanNight/gtk-3.0/gtk.css

go to the last line of the file, there are seven options for nautilus:
Nautilus 3.6.x for gnome-shell 3.6.x and/or unity (by default)
@import url("nautilus36.css");

3 options for nautilus 3.4.x (gnome-shell)
1.- "gnome-nautilus34-gray.css" (nautilus sidebar and toolbar dark gray)
2.- "gnome-nautilus34-light.css" (nautilus sidebar and toolbar light)
3.- "gnome-nautilus34-gray-light.css" (nautilus sidebar dark gray and toolbar light)

3 options for nautilus 3.4.x (UNITY)
1.- "unity-nautilus34-gray.css"
2.- "unity-nautilus34-light.css"
3.- "unity-nautilus34-gray-light.css"




Changelog:

Version 2.03 (2013-06-20)
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Maintenace release
- Full support gnome 3.6.x and gnome 3.8.x
- Fixed: Nautilus Desktop and gnome-shell-3.8.x
(unity + nautilus desktop + gnome 3.8.x still bad, my impression is that it is a problem between unity and nautilus-3.8.x)
- Fixed: GtkSwich looks bad on menus
- Fixed: Epiphany-3.8.x progressbar loading page
- Other minor cosmetic fixes


Version 2.02 FIXED (2013-04-22)
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- Fixed a major bug (basic color syntax) in MediterraneanDark

Version 2.02 (2013-04-21)
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Maintenace release
- Partial support for gnome 3.8.x
- Removed unico-engine dependencies
(I think that fixes the problem with opensuse 12.3)
- Added some texture in titlebar and toolbars
- Fixed: combobox in some circumstances appear misaligned with other controls (e.g. gnome-tweak-tools)
- Fixed: combobox insensitive color
- darker text fonts


Version 2.01 (2013-03-09)
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Maintenance release
- Fixed: bug progressbar of x-noise
- Fixed: bug toolbar of synaptic-gtk3
- Fixed: bug Xfce desktop icons
- Other minor fixes
- Added several Xfce window theme: Darkest serie, Tribute and TributeBlue
- Changed GtkSwitch
- Changed Metacity buttons MediterraneanWhite
- Improved customization option: tabs-themed.css
- Added customization option tabs-themed-dark.css
the same as tabs-themed but better adapted to dark themes
MediterraneanDark, MediterraneanDarkest, MediterraneanGrayDark, MediterraneanTributeDark

Version 2.0 (2013-02-20)
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IMPORTANT: if you installed the pre-release, we strongly recommend a clean installation

MediterraneanNight now contains 12 variations of the theme

MediterraneanNight
MediterraneanLight
MediterraneanDark

MediterraneanNightDarkest
MediterraneanLightDarkest
MediterraneanDarkest

MediterraneanWhite
MediterraneanWhiteNight
MediterraneanGrayDark

MediterraneanTribute
MediterraneanTributeBlue
MediterraneanTributeDark (new)




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 metacity theme

 
 by gracca on: Jun 21 2013
 
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In the first screenshot you show a Nautilus window with theme MWhite, but the metacity is not the same, even it is similar to MLight and MDark, but not the same, and I would like to use that one shown in your screenshot.

Thanks a lot, this is my preferred Gtk3 theme!


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 Re: metacity theme

 
 by trastes on: Jun 21 2013
 
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No problem with that, it's easy :)

If you want to change the buttons on the title bar for the other variant, the folder:
'../MediterraneanNight/TitleBar-Buttons/'
contains titlebar buttons of all variants of the theme for Metacity and the Unity panel.

For the option that you want:
- copy the contents of the file "metacity-buttons-white.tar.gz" in folder '../MediterraneanWhite/metacity-1/'

If you use unity:
copy the contents of the file "unity-buttons-white.tar.gz" in folder '../MediterraneanWhite/unity/'

More or less this explained in the readme.txt file off the folder 'MediterraneanNight' (while I recognize that with a lousy english)

regards and good luck!


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 Re: Re: metacity theme

 
 by gracca on: Jun 21 2013
 
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Muchas gracias Rafa!

I didn't realized that the explanations were inside the theme directory. It worked like a charm :)

Keep up the good work! Abrazos!

Germán.


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 Medit (GTK2?) toolbar bgcolor

 
 by sadi on: Jun 21 2013
 
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I'm glad that your eyes are better now and wish it never occurs again.

For me the only issue remaining in this marvelous theme is the toolbar bgcolor in my favorite text editor, medit.

I also would like to ask something if possible: 1) nautilus sidebar bgcolor codes in dark, light and white versions so that I can use the same in Thunderbird. 2) if you would be willing to reveal a "trade secret"; how you manage to produce a uniform toolbar bgcolor in the new synaptic while all other themes (e.g. Faience) fail in this ;-)


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 Re: Medit (GTK2?) toolbar bgcolor

 
 by trastes on: Jun 21 2013
 
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Hi Sadi,

Thanks!

For the first question, nautilus sidebar bgcolor codes in dark, light, etc ... there is every chance that these options are available in the next update v2.04.

For the second question, lol ... no secrets here, is open source :)

in the file ../gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css on line 1208, GtkHandleBox widget is defined in the same way that the toolbar

GtkHandleBox,
.toolbar {
........
.....
}

' .. toolbar bgcolor in my favorite text editor, medit.'
are already an old problem that I can not solve, the GTK2 dark toolbars give me many problems with qt applications. But I will pick up the problem in case I can do something.


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 Re: Medit (GTK2?) toolbar bgcolor

 
 by sadi on: Jun 21 2013
 
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Regarding Medit, I just hope that one day all GTK2 applications will have migrated to GTK3 ;-)

Regarding sidebar bgcolors, I think I can find an approximate color for Thunderbird for the time being.

Regarding Synaptic toolbar bgcolor, thank you very much for the tip! I hope it works with Faience and Greybird, my favorite silver-grey themes, until you can also include a silver-grey version in this fantastic set of yours ;-)


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 Re: Medit (GTK2?) toolbar bgcolor

 
 by sadi on: Jun 21 2013
 
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Ooops, sorry, I've just realized that MediterraneanWhite Night is just the one :-)


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 Re: Re: Medit (GTK2?) toolbar bgcolor

 
 by trastes on: Jun 21 2013
 
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I think with MediterraneanWhite, MediterraneanWhiteNight, MediterraneanTribute and MediterraneanTributeBlue not have problems with 'medit'


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 Re: (GTK2?) toolbar bgcolor

 
 by sadi on: Jun 21 2013
 
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Yes indeed! I forgot all that. So this is something you've succeeded to implement already (this might show that I'm completely ignorant on this matter, assuming that it's simply a matter of copying & pasting a couple of lines ;-)

Anyway, thanks for reminding, I think MediterraneanTribute Blue is also very very nice :-)


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 Howto change to darker font color in MWhiteNight??

 
 by siva886 on: Jun 21 2013
 
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Hi.. First off, great work with the themes! I am using MWhiteNight on Ubuntu 12.04 & Gnome 3. In many windows like an alert, tweak-tools etc I see all fonts in white (which doesn't go well with the theme)[Sample screenshot - http://imgur.com/f2ygDrN] Is there a way to change the font color? preferably black?

Thanks!


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 Re: Howto change to darker font color in MWhiteNig

 
 by trastes on: Jun 22 2013
 
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the theme does not work in gnome 3.4, is for gnome 3.6 and 3.8


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 Re: Howto change to darker font color in MWhiteNig

 
 by trastes on: Jun 22 2013
 
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I also made another theme like MDWhite/MDWhiteNight, 'GrayDay', and this is for gnome 3.4, try it if you like
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GrayDay?content=149310


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 Move window title text to left?

 
 by tledford on: Jun 26 2013
 
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Great themes! The only thing I need to make them perfect for my tastes is to change the window title text from centered to left-justified.

I played around with the X coordinates for the "title_focused" and "title_unfocused" draw_ops in metacity-theme-3.xml but that didn't do it.

Is there a way to move the titlebar text to the left rather than centered?

Thanks for the beautiful designs!


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 Re: Move window title text to left?

 
 by trastes on: Jun 27 2013
 
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This is the right way, but it has to be noted that:
1.- If you are using gnome-shell should modify metacity-theme-3.xml

2.- If you are using unity or fallback mode metacity-theme-1.xml

In any case, start by giving to X the value 10, here the quotes are usually look bad but it would be something like x='10' then go changing your taste. (no need to change the value of Y)


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 Re: Re: Move window title text to left?

 
 by tledford on: Jun 27 2013
 
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Thanks for the tip, now it's (almost) perfect!

There is just one thing that has me scratching my head, and that is the appearance of the main window of unity-tweak-tool. I've got a screenshot: http://db.tt/KF9oErwL

Haven't yet found another app that looks the same way.


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 Re: Re: Move window title text to left?

 
 by tledford on: Jun 27 2013
 
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Thanks for the tip, now it's (almost) perfect!

There is just one thing that has me scratching my head, and that is the appearance of the main window of unity-tweak-tool. I've got a screenshot: http://db.tt/KF9oErwL

Haven't yet found another app that looks the same way.


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 Re: Re: Re: Move window title text to left?

 
 by tledford on: Jun 27 2013
 
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Okay, note to self -- don't hit F5 on this website.


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 Not working with Pidgin

 
 by omgimdrunk on: Jul 2 2013
 
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It says this is gnome 3.8 compatible but it's not working with Pidgin, gogoel chrome menus or firefox. DO I need to do something special to get this working?


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 Re: Not working with Pidgin

 
 by trastes on: Jul 2 2013
 
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Pidgin, google chrome or firefox not gnome 3.8 applications (GTK3), are GTK2 applications.

For GTK2 applications need to meet the requirements explained at the beginning of the post

* IMPORTANT *
- GTK2 theme uses gtk2-engines-murrine and gtk2-engines-pixbuf

There are distros that bring the engines for GTK2 preinstalled and others you have to install them manually from repositories.


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 Re: Not working with Pidgin

 
 by trastes on: Jul 9 2013
 
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Please see the last message: 'Firefox/libreoffice toolbar' or the annotation at the beginning of the post about fedora 19 and gtk2-engines (in case this is your problem)


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 MediterraneanNightTribute on The Third Picture

 
 by partounian on: Jul 7 2013
 
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Hello, how would I get the exact same setup as the 3rd picture which contains MediterreanNightTribute. I would like the same icons, and theme.


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