xl_Ambichrome

GTK3 Themes by xlcheese 2 comments

I think it might look better and more consistent if you replace all those shades of orange in all assets with shades of grey.

Is there a sort of automated way of replacing colors in those indexed PNG files? - Dec 13 2012
Faience

GTK3 Themes by tiheum 51 comments

SHORTER VERSION:
----------------
1) Open the file "gtk-apps.css"
2) Delete the whole "Gnome Panel" section (between Nautilus and Gnome Terminal sections)
3) Save and exit - Dec 12 2012
Faience

GTK3 Themes by tiheum 51 comments

The solution I've finally found:

1) Open the file "gtk-apps.css"
2) Cut the whole "Unity" section (top 41 lines), paste into a new file, and save it as "gtk-unity.css"
3) Delete the whole "Gnome Panel" section (between Nautilus and Gnome Terminal sections)
4) Save and exit
5) Open the files "gtk-main-css" and "gtk-main-dark.css" and insert "@import url("gtk-unity.css");" as a new line at the end of each, and then save and exit

This ensures a smooth and seamless transition between Ubuntu's Unity Panel and maximized applications' menu/toolbar. - Dec 12 2012
placidTheme-v17

GTK3 Themes by teodorescup 6 comments

You can also call this maybe as Graybird or Greyerbird ;-)
But I think it might be better to include metacity theme as well and also the image files too can be converted to fully grey instead of keeping blue there.
Do you how to tweak Unity panel bgcolor as well, for example to make the shade of grey there lighter or darker? - Dec 09 2012
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

I don't see any further issues.

It even displays the new GTK3 version of Synaptic Package Manager's problematic toolbar perfectly!

I've only noticed 2 error messages following the command "nautilus -q" which might indicate some minor bugs although I don't see any problems anywhere:

(nautilus:28299): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-widgets.css:60:16: Theming engine 'adwaita' not found

(nautilus:28299): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-widgets.css:565:39: Expected a valid selector
- Dec 07 2012
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Thanks for updating this one of the best themes.
I see a couple of outstanding issues:
1) You've apparently changed window control buttons but the unity sub-folder still contains the old ones.
2) Wouldn't it be more consistent to have the unity panel bgcolor the same as title/menubar bgcolor? - Dec 04 2012
Faience

GTK3 Themes by tiheum 51 comments

Under Ubuntu Unity, when you maximize a window, Unity panel assumes a dual function: window title bar and menu bar. And it's located immediately above the toolbar.
However, these bars no longer look the same together as in normal windows: their background colors are very different with no smooth transition.

I think this superb theme will look much better if this issue is resolved (e.g. with a slightly darker unity panel?) as, for example, in the Greybird theme. - Nov 29 2012
Potenza

Full Icon Themes by AlessandroBompadre 16 comments

Thanks a lot for this great theme.
It takes up 758.7 MB, but it's worth every MB of it ;-)
And still incomplete?
Perhaps you can also put a sort of "template" icon so that some perfectionist users can "copy & paste" icons from their specific applications (for example, I have medit text editor, OmegaT and Virtaal CAT tools, GoldenDict, etc.) into that template to create a more consistent look?
Secondly, I think a "folder-drag-accept" icon showing a standard folder icon opened, and a "folder-tar" icon are also needed.
Thirdly, it seems creating mono-light/dark icon sets based on ubuntu-mono-dark/light will help resolve a couple of issues in the unity top panel for Ubuntu-Unity users. - Nov 27 2012
AdriX icon theme

Full Icon Themes by gmaster 20 comments

The following commands (probably required for other sizes as well) create symbolic links to resolve the issue of missing icons for user folders (in Ubuntu 12.10) except the Templates folder:

sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-docs.png /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-documents.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-downloads.png /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-download.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-image.png /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-pictures.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-image.png /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-images.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-sound.png /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-music.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-video.png /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-videos.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/gnome-fs-share.png /usr/share/icons/AdriX/48x48/places/folder-publicshare.png - Nov 25 2012
AdriX icon theme

Full Icon Themes by gmaster 20 comments

Thanks a lot for this elegant icon theme!!!

I've tried it under Ubuntu 12.10 and it seems a couple of issues need to be addressed to make this theme a perfect match:

1) This error message I get from "nautilus -q" command in terminal might be indicating something:

(nautilus:18825): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-apps.css:67:50: Error opening file: No such file or directory

2) Icons for default user folders in the sidebar of Nautilus (Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, Videos, but not others like Desktop) are retrieved from the fallback Gnome icons.

I'll appreciate very much if you can help resolve this. - Nov 24 2012
Faience

GTK3 Themes by tiheum 51 comments

Here's the method I've developed to make Unity dashboard (close/minimize/(un)maximize) buttons consistent with the current theme:

1) Use this script to backup the default icons for buttons:

http://ubuntuone.com/0aCYqRY1ZWRbxlUj3a0Kqe

2) Use this script to replace them with symbolic links to relevant icons in your themes unity subfolder:

http://ubuntuone.com/3O1sLMJftDALGpHjtnWjG3
- Nov 05 2012
Zorin Os 6 Icons

Full Icon Themes by zizzu 5 comments

I forgot to add the link:
http://ubuntuone.com/2pJ7xTGMO8TB45am6IAZlB

This archive file contains two folders which can be copied to the same location as the main ZorinOS icon theme folder.
Then choosing either one will only change the panel icons to monochome - dark or light. - Oct 11 2012
Zorin Os 6 Icons

Full Icon Themes by zizzu 5 comments

The following link points to an archive file which can be extracted to choose ZorinOS-Mono-Light or ZorinOS-Mono-Dark versions of this icon theme for Ubuntu Unity panel.
Perhaps you might consider adding this to the next version. - Oct 10 2012
Zorin Os 6 Icons

Full Icon Themes by zizzu 5 comments

However, it did work on second attempt ;-) - Oct 10 2012
Zorin Os 6 Icons

Full Icon Themes by zizzu 5 comments

Nice icon set, similar to Oxymentary, but it doesn't work in Ubuntu. It doesn't make sense as Zorin OS is Ubuntu-based, and I've checked permissions. - Oct 10 2012
Weather Conky

Conky by michalfiurasek 9 comments

Thank you very much for this nice and simple conky weather script.
I've done some finetuning (e.g. positions, font, size, color, etc.) but I was wondering if there's a way of adjusting the bottom margin as I now have some extra gap there. - Oct 04 2012
Enyx Theme

GTK3 Themes by alexedvans 4 comments

Thanks from a fan of silver themes :-)
I wonder if it is possible to have file sizes (and numbers of items in folders) displayed in a light grey color instead of black though? - Oct 03 2012
ConvertMe!

Nautilus Scripts by kumarasinghe 14 comments

Thanks for the nice GUI replacement for terminal screens.

But the current installation script (Ubuntu/Debian) removes the Nautilus script (although it still works), so I deleted that line as well as the line for installation of dependencies as I've already installed them.

I have no coding knowledge other than being a curious reader of scripts like this, but perhaps you can further improve this part by checking first if the dependencies have already been installed and then installing them if they don't exist -- as in this code:

Quote:for dep in xxx; do
if which "$dep" &>/dev/null; then
true
else
echo "Dependency $dep not found; attempting to install now."
sudo apt-get install xxx
fi - Aug 15 2012
ConvertMe!

Nautilus Scripts by kumarasinghe 14 comments

Thanks; a nice GUI replacement for Terminal screens.

But the current installation script (Ubuntu/Debian) removes the Nautilus script, so I deleted that line as well as the line for installation of dependencies as I've already installed them.

I have no coding knowledge other than being a curious reader of scripts like this, but perhaps you can further improve this part by checking first if the dependencies have already been installed and then installing them if they don't exit -- as in this code:

Quote:for dep in xxx; do
if which "$dep" &>/dev/null; then
true
else
echo "Dependency $dep not found; attempting to install now."
sudo apt-get install xxx
fi - Aug 15 2012
ConvertMe!

Nautilus Scripts by kumarasinghe 14 comments

Thanks.
I think there was no problem with the DEB package other than this minor issue.
Many users might prefer using a DEB package instead of an installation script. - Aug 14 2012
ConvertMe!

Nautilus Scripts by kumarasinghe 14 comments

1) The fact that 35 additional packages are required (Ubuntu 12.04) might look scary at first but the total disk space required is just under 7MB.

2) Using Nautilus script didn't do a thing, but apparently the reason was executable file in /usr/bin folder was not made executable, so it was an easy fix.

3) It could be better without displaying the terminal screen, as in "Audio/Video/Image/Text/ISO Convert" Nautilus script (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/?content=92533)

4) I converted an approx. 10MB MPG file to FLV with these 2 scripts: AVConvert gave me approx. 3MB file while this one created approx. 17MB file. It might be a good idea to make further comparisons.

5) Nevertheless this script can be useful due to extra options provided.

Thanks... - Aug 13 2012
Image resize (batch)

Nautilus Scripts by hemanth 5 comments

I think this very useful script maybe improved if it can run by right clicking a folder without selection window.
There is also a typo concerning "resized" folder which results in original files being overwritten.
So here is my suggestion:
===============================

if hash zenity 2>/dev/null; then
if hash mogrify 2>/dev/null; then
loc=$(${ZENITY} --file-selection --title="Select a Folder" --directory)
cd $loc
pwd
mkdir $loc/resized/
cp $loc/* $loc/resized/
cd resized
size=$(zenity --title "New Size" --entry --text "Please enter the new size as WxH")
type=$(zenity --title "File Type" --entry --text "Please enter type of files to resize")
mogrify -resize $size! *.$type | ( zenity --width=400 --height=100 --progress --title="Please wait until OK..." --percentage=1)
else
echo "Please install the dependencies imagemagick and zenity"
exit 0;
fi
fi
- Aug 09 2012
elementary GTK theme

GTK3 Themes by DanRabbit 12 comments

unfortunately this theme is not quite compatible with distributions other than Elementary OS, not even Ubuntu although it is based on it!

Two more prominent incompatibilities:

1) Images for windows control buttons do not include the Minimize button apparently because they have decided not to use it in Elementary OS as can be seen in the screenshots. It usually appears in Ubuntu but it's not consistent with the other buttons especially when you hover or press on it.

2) The size of available images are apparently 16x18 (at least as seen in GIMP or Inkscape) and this results in having the right border cut off (unlike in Elementary OS) which doesn't look nice at all. - Aug 08 2012
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

I use Nautilus with its display preferences set to show "size" at the first level. In this way I get an extra line underneath folders and files showing how many items a folder contains or what the size of a file is.

Is there a way of customizing the font (e.g. color) used here? - Aug 05 2012
Orion

GTK3 Themes by satya164 50 comments

As an expression of thanks for this elegant theme, I would like to share my thoughts on 2 potential areas for improvement:
1) Colors of window control buttons: the colors we see when hovering could be red, amber and green (this is already there) although I'm not a fan of Mac. The fact that they are all blue until you hover on them is creative and different enough and better than Mac, I think.
2) In Nautilus (without the menu bar) the title bar and path/tool bar could perhaps be more compatible with each other. This might be mostly because of the design of Nautilus. Isn't it possible to have just a frame around the files and folders window and nothing in between the title bar, side bar and path/tool bar? - Aug 05 2012
Mods for nautilus 3.4.2 for Ubuntu 12.04

Various Gnome Stuff by caezsar 3 comments

It's a crime that this Nautilus extension is not made known better ;-)
It should be included in a repository!
Perhaps you can let the users here know about future updates.
Thanks a lot. - Jul 21 2012
Oxymentary (Oxygen Icons for GNOME)

Full Icon Themes by Zeroangel 11 comments

Yes, this Gnome 3 (Ubuntu 12.04) and I haven't come across with any other issues so far. - Jul 18 2012
Gnome Cupertino

GTK3 Themes by trastes 589 comments

1) I use Nautilus with Folders displaying number of items, and Files displaying size underneath their names. When I press F3 and switch to dual pane mode, these details become invisible in the active pane probably because they have the same colour as the background, because they are visible when selected.

2) I think it would also look better if inactive pane had a light grey background. - Jul 17 2012
Ubuntu Blue

GTK3 Themes by matija 5 comments

Probably this is the Ambiance Blue you're looking for:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ambiance+Blue+Theme+Suite?content=133676

PS: I thought my favourite theme "Ambiance Blue" has got a new update. This is a confusing name for a new theme. - Jul 16 2012
Ubuntu Blue

GTK3 Themes by matija 5 comments

Probably this is the Ambiance Blue you're looking for:

http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Ambiance+Blue+Theme+Suite?content=133676 - Jul 16 2012
Oxymentary (Oxygen Icons for GNOME)

Full Icon Themes by Zeroangel 11 comments

This might be affecting only Ubuntu System Settings and not Gnome Control Center in others. But here is the solution:

Quote:sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-personal.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-personal-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-desktop-peripherals-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/categories/preferences-system-directory.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-system.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/categories/preferences-system-directory.png - Jul 16 2012
Oxymentary (Oxygen Icons for GNOME)

Full Icon Themes by Zeroangel 11 comments

This fixes the blank "File System" icon issue in Nautilus:
Quote:sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/22x22/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/32x32/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/48x48/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/64x64/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/128x128/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/16x16/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png
sudo ln -sf /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/devices/drive-harddisk.png /usr/share/icons/oxymentary/256x256/devices/drive-harddisk-system.png - Jul 16 2012
Oxymentary (Oxygen Icons for GNOME)

Full Icon Themes by Zeroangel 11 comments

Actually, there is another one: System Settings group icons for Personal, Hardware and System. - Jul 15 2012
FaienceMac

Full Icon Themes by dmiranda2 1 comment

Good idea, but it seems it might be a good idea to add a ReadMe file and adapt the INSTALL script. For example, Ubuntu users would also need mono-dark and mono-light variations for the unity panel.
Furthermore, I think File Manager icon would look better in the folder icon color. - Jul 11 2012
Shiki-Colors

GTK2 Themes by perfectska04 663 comments

It appears the person who designed this nice theme has last visited this page on Sep 21 2010.
So it seems someone should volunteer to create a GTK3 version. - Jun 08 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

For a change, I would like to offer a minor contribution to Ambiance Blue - my no. 1 theme.

When you press F3 and enter into dual pane mode in Nautilus it's nice to have the inactive pane with a light gray background (which was missing at least as far as I can see ;-)

This can be achieved by inserting the following lines below line number 10 and immediately above the section "/* desktop mode */"
(./gtk-3.0/apps/nautilus.css)
=================================================

.nautilus-inactive-pane .view {
background-color: shade (@base_color, 0.96);
}

.nautilus-inactive-pane .view:selected,
.nautilus-inactive-pane .nautilus-canvas-item:selected {
background-color: @backdrop_selected_bg_color;
color: @backdrop_selected_fg_color;
}

.nautilus-inactive-pane .expander.view:selected {
background-color: @backdrop_selected_bg_color;
}
- May 29 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

Thanks but the problem is gone now.
Probably there's nothing you should do more...
After realizing that it doesn't affect Nautilus as Root, I used Bleachbit (both as user and root) to perform a thorough cleaning including all cache, etc. and then rebooted my computer.
Now I don't have the problem any more :-)
It must have been a system bug with cache or something...
I'm glad it's over now :-) - May 29 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

I've checked and seen that it's not the monitor.
I've even used the nautilus.css from Zukitwo instead of yours, no difference.
Here are the screenshots of Ambiance Blue, Zukitwo and Zukitwo-Dark themes all in one file (to check if it's because of my eyes ;-)
http://i.minus.com/iqWfyIDJ6MUWL.png

Finally, a very odd thing:
I've just realised that I don't have this problem when I open Nautilus as Root -- with exactly the same themes selected!
No file permission issues, all of my themes are in /usr/share/themes...
An interesting puzzle!!! - May 29 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

In the face of these hard facts (and your younger and healthier looking eyes ;-) I think I must check my monitor, display card and my aging eyes ;-)
It's strange though. I don't experience such problem with Zukitwo... I'll check this out...
Sorry for taking your time...
Thanks a lot... - May 29 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

I don't know much about theming, but I see that there are 3 different styles adopted for Nautilus among the most popular themes, which of course includes your Ambiance Blue and Orion:
1) Sidebar and Toolbar background colors are very different. Examples: Ambiance and Adwaita
2) Sidebar and Toolbar background colors are slightly different. Examples: Ambiance Blue and Radiance
3) Sidebar and Toolbar background colors are no different. Examples: Zukitwo and its variants
Maybe there is a slight difference which I cannot see.
Of course it's just my personal humble opinion that my favorite theme Ambiance Blue could perhaps look better if the Nautilus sidebar background color could be slightly darker and closer to the (dominant) shade of color in the toolbar.
It's not a big deal of course... - May 29 2012
Oxymentary (Oxygen Icons for GNOME)

Full Icon Themes by Zeroangel 11 comments

So far this is the only problem I've seen in this excellent icon theme.
I guess it must be easy to display a disk drive icon there, but I wish I knew how this can be done... - May 26 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

It seems there are still a couple of things to do in nautilus.css (e.g. inactive pane (F3) needs a slightly gray background).
My temporary solution: use a symbolic link from Zukitwo-Dark theme instead.

I also think that sidebar and toolbar background colors are not the same, and a little darker shade could look better. - May 17 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

Great! Thank you very much!
I had to seek refuge in Zukitwo-Dark for a while ;-) - May 10 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

thanks a lot. but so sorry to let you know that nautilus still has white text all over... - May 09 2012
Zukitwo

GTK3 Themes by lassekongo83 364 comments

Thanks for the quick update!

One suggestion:

Would you like to consider implementing a slightly darker background for the inactive extra pane in Nautilus? - May 04 2012
AmbianceBLUISH_12_04

GTK3 Themes by alkatraz 1 comment

I also prefer blue to orange but would you like to apply this to the window close button as well -- like the "Ambiance Blue" theme?
Or (perhaps better) a combination of Ambiance and Zukitwo -- e.g. black on gray buttons with red/yellow/green circles on hover? - May 03 2012
Ambiance Blue Theme Suite

Gnome Shell Themes by satya164 47 comments

for an update to continue using this wonderful theme in Ubuntu 12.04 as well ;-) - May 01 2012
GrayDay

GTK3 Themes by trastes 106 comments

Thanks for adding yet another nice theme to your rich treasure chest :-)
Although it's becoming more difficult to decide which one to choose ;-)

As a possible improvement suggestion (or maybe this is just a matter of personal preference) I think Nautilus Search bar background colour might look better with a softer alternative, and the location/toolbar background colour might also look better in the same (or just a little different) shade of grey as in the window decoration. - Mar 30 2012
GnomishGray

GTK3 Themes by tsujan 95 comments

Thanks for this great looking theme.
Several suggestions for development:
1) GTK theme to include a gray ubuntu unity top panel and Chrome/Chromium tab bar background as well.
2) Same metacity window buttons to be used in ubuntu unity and dash as well.
BTW what's the name of the icon theme used in the screenshot? - Mar 26 2012
WOW-2

GTK3 Themes by nale12 17 comments

Sorry, I forgot to check permissions apparently.
Thanks... - Mar 26 2012