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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:  99544
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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 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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 Re: MediterraneanNightTribute on The Third Picture

 
 by trastes on: Jul 8 2013
 
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In the third screenshot, appear in this order the following themes:

the one further back of the three
MediterraneanTribute
with Faience Icons (Blue folders - Faience Azur)
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faience?content=144814


in the midst
MediterraneanTributeBlue
with Faenza Icons
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Faenza?content=128143


the one at the front
MediterraneanWhite


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 Firefox/libreoffice toolbar

 
 by 451farenheit on: Jul 9 2013
 
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Hi there!

First of all, I congratulate you for your theme. It's clean and elegant, and I use it since a while already!

I had some problems and I had to format my fedora 18. Now I installed fedora 19. I install your theme and it works nice. However, firefox and libreoffice don't take it. I know they are GTK2 instead of GTK3. But I remember in my previous install everything was looking just nice!

I installed gtk-murrine-engine and gtk2-engines in fedora from normal repos but that doesn't fix this "annoying" problem. I also have fxchrome for firefox but that keeps the ugly toolbar as it was. could you refresh my mind, and tell me what I'm missing here please?

Many thanks and sorry if it's explained somewhere, but I haven't found it yet.


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 Re: Firefox/libreoffice toolbar

 
 by trastes on: Jul 9 2013
 
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Hi, I installed Fedora 19 in a vm (virtualbox) and effectively gives problems.

The problem is that the installation of the package gtk2-engines, not install you really need, which is this (in my case the 64-bit):

Murrine GTK2 engine
gtk-murrine-engine-0.98.2-3fc19 (64 bits)

after installing it, everything worked correctly

I hope I there been helpful
regards


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 Re: Re: Firefox/libreoffice toolbar

 
 by 451farenheit on: Jul 10 2013
 
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Hey there!

Thanks for the fast answer!

So, I reinstalled the murrine engine and at the beginning everything was the same. My issue was that I installed the theme in my ~/.local/themes folder. Later I installed it in /usr/share/themes, and now everything is fine. For me that does not make sense at all, but now it is perfect.

Thanks!


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 Non-noise version

 
 by ph03 on: Jul 17 2013
 
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Hi!

I was wondering if it is possible to somehow globally deactivate the noise pattern on the titlebar. Is is very intense on my monitor and is distracting / looks rather unpleasant.

Thanks for your help!


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 Re: Non-noise version

 
 by trastes on: Jul 18 2013
 
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The quickest way is to download my other theme 'Uncomplicated'
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Uncomplicated?content=157986

Inside the theme folder there is a folder called 'textures', inside are the instructions to disable the textures.
The process is the same, but applied to MediterraneanNight folders instead of Uncomplicated folders (not difficult :) ).


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 Re: Re: Non-noise version

 
 by ph03 on: Jul 18 2013
 
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Greate!! Works, thanks :)


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 Desktop Backgrounds

 
 by trusktr on: Jul 21 2013
 
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Hi, you forgot an important detail about Gnome 3.8: The nautilus background needs to be styled transparent or else people who use this theme in Gnome 3.8 with Nautilus managing the desktop won't see any desktop background.


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 Re: Desktop Backgrounds

 
 by trastes on: Jul 21 2013
 
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I use gnome 3.8 and I have no problem with nautilus desktop backgrounds (managed and unmanaged by nautilus)


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 Re: Re: Desktop Backgrounds

 
 by trusktr on: Jul 22 2013
 
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I just upgraded to Nautilus 3.8.2 and the problem has gone away in Gnome Shell, but if I use Metacity + Gnome Panel (e.g. Fallback mode, without Gnome Shell) the background is still blank. That might possibly still be a theming issue.

Have you looked at the theme while running Metacity and Gnome Panel? Some parts of Gnome Panel styling are still funky. For example, the shortcut icons (Application Launcher applets) are spaced too far apart, the System Monitor applet has white borders that clash with the theme, and the Menu Bar applet is less tall than the panel which leaves some unwanted empty space (only 1px in my case, but some users change their panel height). Adding some hover styling to the Window List would be nice too (right now it's just static). (a large number of us still prefer Gnome Panel over Gnome Shell, so those details are important). Other than that, your theme is very nice. Great work!

The background issue seems to be theme-related based on these couple of Arch Linux forum threads:
  • https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=162204

  • https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=161918


  • When using Compiz, the background shows animation trails, which may or may not be related (more likely not, but maybe a styling fix will cause the background to render).


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     Re: Re: Desktop Backgrounds

     
     by trusktr on: Jul 22 2013
     
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    The Separator applet could use some styling too. It's just a plain white vertical line spanning the entire height of the panel.


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     Gnome-Shell Theme

     
     by Dogmastorm on: Jul 24 2013
     
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    hi, this is the best suit of themes that you could use for a long time that I've seen...

    Maybe you ans this before, but, to close the theme, what gnome-shell theme you recommend to use with the dark themes... I'm using gnome-shell 3.6.

    thanks...
    PS: today you've won a new fan :)


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     Menu padding

     
     by ptrxyz on: Jul 26 2013
     
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    Hello!

    I really love your theme, however, I would like to modify it a bit to better suit my needs. I'd like it to be a little more consistent to the GTK2 variant.

    A little thing that bothers me and I wasnt able to fix yet is the padding of the first and the last element in menus. (--> screenshot: http://s13.postimg.org/pt8gi5g9j/2013_07_26_140132_3360x1050_scrot.png)

    I would like to remove the padding I marked red.

    Somehow I can't find the selectors in the menu.css. Can you point me on something?

    I already tried several .menuitem:last-child/first-child-selections, but I only managed to either remove padding from all menuitems (not what I want).

    Your help would really be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!


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