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Ambiance-Humanlooks-Nouveau

   14.04.1_4  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Homepage:  http://epsvcs.net
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  12283
Submitted:  Apr 26 2014
Updated:  Apr 29 2016

Description:

A GTK2 and GTK3 compliant Ambiance Theme, styled for your linux Desktop.

Ambiance-Humanlooks-Nouveau is a new age GTK2-3 compliant theme that sports the Ubuntu 12.04.3 "Human" colorset, an "Ambiance" style panel and new "Ambiance-like" window decorations. It looks really great and I use it as my main theme.

The themes have new window borders that work with fluxbox, GNOME, GNOME Shell, MATE, Unity and XFCE

I used a panel size of 26 pixels to display icons better.

XFCE Screenshot is Ambiance-Humanlooks ver. 5 on Arch x86_64

KDE Screenshot is Ambiance-Humanlooks ver. 2 on Slackware 14.1 x86_64

GNOME flashback Screenshot is Ambiance-Humanlooks ver. 6 on Arch x86_64

Special thanks goes to: RAVEfinity for some of the gtk code provided in the themes.

***this theme is not yet compatible with gtk 3.20***

April 2016... seems to still look great on the Ubuntu OS




Changelog:

Version History

-- 14.0.04-1
-- tested on Slackware-Current (14.0)
-- tested on Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS

-- 14.1.04-1
-- tested on Slackware64 14.1
-- tested on Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS
-- now GTK3 compliant
-- removed icon set for a smaller download size

-- 14.1.04-2
-- changed padding element

-- 14.1.04-3
-- fixed some of the buggy gtk3
-- changed padding element

-- 14.1.04-4
-- new gtk3 stuff, different gtk3 window decorations

All downloads require the latest murrine engine to work correctly.

enjoy (viva linux)




LicenseGPL
Ubuntu(Ambiance-Humanlooks-Nouveau-14.04.1_4)
Arch(Ambiance-Humanlooks (Development Version))
other(Humanity-Dustlooks Icon Set)
other(Humanity-Dustlooks-Dark Icon Set)
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 Great!

 
 by Ravefinity on: Aug 20 2015
 
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Great work as always!

I had a random Idea that it might be cool to do a version based on the slackware logo colors (Blue) Or Perhaps even the slakware teal they use in the installer. Not sure how it would turn out but just toying with the idea.


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 hay Jared...

 
 by scarrs on: Aug 21 2015
 
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That's not a bad idea man... we shall see what the future holds for all my Slackware friends!

BTW: The cool Applications Menu icon is not yet in the "Adwaita-Humanlooks" icon set included in the theme currently available for download...

I will be posting the theme again with two versions available for download... A-H with my "Adwaita-Humanlooks" icon set and A-H with my (latest) icon set born from gnome-dust... "Dust-Humanlooks"

hmmm... Maybe I will just post the icon sets as a separate download for people that just want to use the colors/taskbar and window borders. (prolly a better idea)

Cheers Bro, You Rock! And keep up the good work, hey?


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 Dust

 
 by bubi on: Aug 21 2015
 
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I may be wrong, but it reminds more of the Dust theme, than Human, which had more orange. Or maybe a VERY old version of Human, like from 2005 or something... However, it looks great anyway. :-)


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 Re: Dust

 
 by scarrs on: Feb 19 2016
 
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If I'm not mistaken, the color scheme in the gtkrc file is from the Ubuntu 12.04.3 Human theme and very recently I pretty much replaced all the gtk3 code with what was in the Ubuntu 14.04 Ambiance theme and edited the main gtk colors to match the the Human colors.

So far I think it looks wonderful but I still have to recheck the colors in the body. I posted it anyways. The Development version has more of the Human theme's code in it and I may use it as the main download in the future mostly because the files are smaller, neater and load faster. Stay Tuned!


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 Theme

 
 by Ravefinity on: Sep 16 2015
 
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Hey greg did you manage to get MATE spaceing fixed? because I ran the latest build here and everything seemed to work/look good.


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 Re: Theme

 
 by scarrs on: Sep 17 2015
 
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hey Jared,

Yes the theme looks good on MATE now. I had the panel set to 30 px and the icons in the notification area were larger than the other icons in the panel though. :( I reset the panel to 24 px and it looks fine now. Thank you for the edit you made to give a touch of padding around the icons in the panel. :) It's exactly what I wanted.

I will note though, that in my panel.rc I set the spacing to xthickness = 4 in the next release of the theme to make XFCE look almost exactly what GNOME looks like in Ubuntu 14.04 on my Slackware 14.1 desktop. To be honest, I think it looks even better and it's far more customizable than GNOME. However, when I switch over to the MATE desktop there is a few pixels of space on either side of the desktop switcher. I am assuming it's because of MATE's widget code.

If you can figure out a way to get rid of the pixels on the MATE desktop switcher and have a uniform icon size for all applets in the MATE panel the theme will be finished. I like the 4 pixel spacing better. I am searching...


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 New Enviornment

 
 by scarrs on: Oct 28 2015
 
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I changed my dev. enviornment to Arch linux. Same with my main OS. love it!


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