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MediterraneanNight Series

   2.03  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

Score 86%
MediterraneanNight Series
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Minimum required   GNOME 3.x
Downloads:  125528
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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 Problems in a Debian system

 
 by ssahin on: Oct 19 2013
 
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Hi;

I am currently running Debian wheezy stable with xfce 4.8 desktop. When I try Mediterranean white/night, I am having the problem that the synaptic package manager's Authentication dialog box becomes white text on white background. Is there any workaround for this? Debian is currently using gtk-3.4. Would the problem be related to it? If so, is there a version of your theme that I can use for the gtk-3.4 version?

I have another problem that the weather applet of xfce 4.8 does not obey the dark panel versions of Mediterranean theme. I am ending with black panel with black text for the weather applet. Any suggestions?

Best Regards


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 Re: Problems in a Debian system

 
 by debianxfce111 on: Apr 24 2014
 
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I fixed it by adding this in the theme's folder, in the file gtk-3.0/gtk-widgets.css just below the "Base States" comment:

GtkWindow {
color: @theme_fg_color;
}


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 Re: Problems in a Debian system

 
 by debianxfce111 on: Apr 24 2014
 
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Wow. Turns out the above css fixes a different bug with GTK 3 apps that also makes text have a white on grey background, but the main one with the auth dialog was still there.

You're not going to believe this, but the theme code has nothing to do with it, the name of the theme's folder in ~/.themes does. I fixed it on my end by renaming the theme's folder to all lowercase (or uppercase), "mediterranean-light" or whatever you want, reenabled it, and the text in the auth dialog turned black.

This bug didn't happen for me when I tried Debian Testing a while ago, so I guess this will be fixed for Jessie.


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 Re: Re: Problems in a Debian system

 
 by debianxfce111 on: Apr 24 2014
 
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Experimenting more, it seems just renaming the folder anything that doesn't contain the default name of the theme will fix it.


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 Ubuntu 13.10 Unity - Unos problemitas...

 
 by dvanzo on: Oct 26 2013
 
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Estimado, antes que nada, felicitaciones por el excelente tema!!! Ahora unos problemas encontrados en Ubuntu 13.10

Menubar: En mi PC se ve distorsionado por una linea horizontal que la recorre totalmente.
http://storage5.static.itmages.com/i/13/1026/h_1382741616_3010909_bc727191ff.png . En Ambiance se vé bien
http://storage8.static.itmages.com/i/13/1026/h_1382741780_4537320_d1faf4d4a9.png

Ubuntu One client (creo que es QT): En los diálogos no se visualiza el texto.
http://storage5.static.itmages.com/i/13/1026/h_1382741824_4245033_5ea97c5ab7.png

Los menues pop-up tienen el mismo problema con el texto.

Gracias!


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 3.10 Update?

 
 by ph03 on: Nov 22 2013
 
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Would also love to see a gnome 3.10 update!


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 Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by IBBoard on: Dec 1 2013
 
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Yeah, I'd love a 3.10 update, especially if the new GTKHeaderBar could be made dark in the MediterraneanNight "Dark" themes :)

For now I'm just coping, because it isn't unusable as it is, and this is the only decent theme with dark menus and mid-shade windows that I can find!


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 Re: Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by ph03 on: Dec 1 2013
 
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Does this version of the theme already work for you in Gnome 3.10?


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 Re: Re: Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by IBBoard on: Dec 2 2013
 
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Apps like Nautilus and Gnome Tweak Tool that use the new GtkHeaderBar method don't have a border or background and so they look a little like the window manager has crashed.

I mainly seem to use GTK2 apps and GTK3 apps that don't use the HeaderBar, so it looks a little ugly but it is better than the eye-searing brightness and bulkiness of Adwaita or the compromise of other themes (like Greybird, which is nice enough on most apps but not as good on the Polly Twitter client).

I managed to tweak a few bits last night by stealing some CSS snippets from Adwaita, but it was slow progress because it isn't well documented.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by Dvad on: Feb 25 2014
 
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Personally, for now I've added this to gtk-widget.css. It is a bit hacky but looks better:
https://gist.github.com/Dvad/9210763


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by IBBoard on: Apr 12 2014
 
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I've moved to Gnome 3.12 now and various other bits have changed that make even the fixed version look ugly again.

*sigh*

Why do so few people make nice "dark but not too dark" themes? I don't want "so dark I have to squint" and I don't want "so bright that my eyes burn". I just want "mid-tones with dark menu bars".


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by IBBoard on: Apr 12 2014
 
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Actually, found a fix!

In gtk-widgets.css, find "* {", replace "background-color: @…;" value with "background-color: none;". In ".window-frame {" add "background-color: @theme_bg_color;" and all seems to be good!

Now to see if I can get dark buttons in the header/title bar/whatever-they-call-it…


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by IBBoard on: Apr 12 2014
 
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Okay, your gist and this gist seem to fix it all for me and give a reasonable (if not 100% perfect) coverage for the title bars with dark buttons:

https://gist.github.com/IBBoard/10542991

(I think that includes everything, except the two edits I mentioned in the other comment, which you seem to have to make in the original places for some reason)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 3.10 Update?

 
 by Dvad on: Apr 13 2014
 
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It is great! Thanks



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 small glitch found

 
 by davidoff on: Dec 15 2013
 
Score 50%

Excellent theme, looking very professional. The only small issue i found is in vlc player, more preciselly in the Adjustments and Effects window available when pressing ctrl+e or from the Tools menu. If one looks close enough will see there is a small offset just under the window's top border under the close window button(if he has the window buttons on the right). Excellent work, congratulations.


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 Re: small glitch found

 
 by davidoff on: Dec 15 2013
 
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...there another issue with the Cinnamon desktop: inside the default System Settings, the buttons from the bottom of the window (Switch to advanced mode, Close) are only visible with the text.


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 Nice themes!

 
 by 451farenheit on: Dec 23 2013
 
Score 50%

Hi there, I've been using your themes for a while in F19. However, after F20 update I guess that something changed in gnome so it doesn't look as nice as it was. I'm not sure but might the theme need a little update?


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 Problem on Ubuntu 12.04

 
 by m4rc3l on: Jan 9 2014
 
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I`m using MediterraneanDarkest theme on Ubuntu 12.04 gnome classic, there is an glitc with Firefox, after applying the theme, the search box on google start page went black (and some other elements on other web pages), wich wouldnt be a problem except the typing font is also black. Any way of fixing this??


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