GTK3 Themes by SebastJava 37 comments
Bug report: maybe some instabilities, the titlebar become transparent in Gnome Tweak. Right pane (the content) is hidden by left pane. Must double click on titlebar to maximize the window for correct rendering. - Jun 29 2020
The provides zip are confusing: xxx_3-36_1.47.zip and xxx_1.47.zip what are the difference? Buggy theme, titlebar be come transparent. Must move mouse around to redisplay the titlebar. - Jun 23 2020
Installed this theme on Xubunbtu 12.10, hoping that it will work like "MediterraneanNight Series 2.01". The theme seems to work, but the window border style is not working.
Can you please make it work for XFCE?
Thank very much in advance. - Apr 20 2013
I have tested all Mediterranean themes + various Windows borders. The best combination I like so far is MediterraneanNightDarkest + BlueBird:
(Please note: to read better, I need to improve the contrast, I have changed the font color to black by editing the /usr/share/themes/MediterraneanNightDarkest/gtk-2.0/gtkrc) - Mar 10 2013
1. The TributeBlue theme in XFCE doesn't look like the screenshot (the menu is still gray): http://tinypic.com/r/o72dlw/6
2. You left MediterraneanNigh-xfce-wide-border.tar.gz inside the MediterraneanNight folder. Not sure if it was intentional but I have installed it and the wide border looks very nice. May be make if official in next release?
- Mar 09 2013
May I buy you a beer? The solution you suggested works like a champion. I have asked this question in a few forums. Never got an asnwer. Today, I got the right answer within a day.
I suppose you suggested the settings in ~/.gtkrc-2.0 because this would fix the "icon text background" issue regardless of the theme I selected in /usr/share/themes?
In other words, if I integrated your solution in /usr/share/themes/MediterraneanNightDarkest/gtk-2.0/gtkrc directly, the issue may show up again if I select another Mediterranean color theme? - Feb 22 2013
Me again, this time with another issue on XFCE 4.10. After I applied Mediterranean theme, the desktop now have a white background around the icon text. Before that, the icon text was written directly on the wallpaper. Can you please show me how to fix that?
Screenshot (icon text on XFCE Desktop have white background): http://tinypic.com/r/dgqge8/6
Thanks in advance - Feb 22 2013
Using Xubuntu 12.10 (XFCE 4.10). This theme is incredibly beautiful Thanks.
Mediterranean NightDarkest: the inactive tabs are colored in black-grey in Firefox. While elsewhere the tabs are light grey. Is it normal?
- Feb 22 2013
I like this theme. Used it until today, I have to change for another theme. I got confused by the small scrollbar. I know this is old school to use a scrollbar while most of people use the mouse scroll wheel. But on a long page a scrollbar still scroll faster. Hope you'll have an updated version soon. - Mar 24 2012
In my opinion, FreeOSX2 theme is better. It has a preview in the "Appearance Preferences" dialog. And I like the color tone & selected item overall.
May be your theme is already perfect, but please make another version for old fashion people like me who need a traditional scrollbar.
In case you don't mind another request. When there are several opened windows. There titlebar and menu looks pretty similar. It would be nice to make the active window stand out better by making the border of the inactive windows darker.
Thanks in advance. - Mar 13 2012
Is it OK to make the scrollbar more traditional? I suppose you intentionally designed it to be discrete. But personally I find that the current scrollbar is hard to see.
On LinuxMint 11 x64 (same as Ubuntu 11.04). I have disabled the overlay scrollbar to have a permanent scrollbar. But the scrollbar of this theme is too small. It requires some attention to position the mouse accurately. Hope you will be OK to modify.
Thanks in advance. - Mar 05 2012
On some menu items, there is sometimes a checkmark in in front of the menu text to denote that the option has been set. Example: right click on an applet in Gnome panel, the "Lock to Panel" menu. You must hover the mouse over the menu item to see the checkmark.
Or Nautilus, menu "View". move the mouse on each of the menu items, you will see plenty of checkmark or dot which were hidden because they are displayed in white on white.
- Oct 16 2011
I give up. It's not big deal, that consumes a little bit the space in the panel but it's Ok. Sorry for all the troubles and thanks for taking the time to help me. - Oct 02 2011
But that doesn't explain why themes like MintX, LambdaMod, FusionBlue, Orta know how to wrap the Clock text without me changing anything in Panel size (36 pix) et Application Font (Ubuntu 11 or 10). May be they redraw the panel? - Oct 02 2011