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Gela - Simple, Clean, Beauty, Gnome shell theme (3.6)
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Looking at the abundance of dark themes for Gnome shell, I always wanted to try to create their own theme based on bright colors. I took as a basis for three themes.
I love the minimalism and clear lines.
This is what I strive to create this theme.

I would be glad if someone else will like my work. Use, modify ... and comment.

Sorry, for my bad english...
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Gela gnome-shell theme for Gnome 3.10: golan77.deviantart.com/art/Gel…

Other versions:
Gela Basic (no transperancy): dl.dropbox.com/u/105600202/The…
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Older versions:
Gnome 3.4:
Gela shell theme for gnome 3.4.* dl.dropbox.com/u/105600202/The…
Gela basic shell theme for gnome 3.4.* dl.dropbox.com/u/105600202/The…
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If you use Gnome Shell 3.6 or 3.8, please install Elegance Colors instead, and choose the preset Dark Shine.

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Dark Shine is a dark and Gnome Shell theme with transparent white borders that give it a glowing feel. Dark Shine is compatible with Gnome Shell 3.4.

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Ubuntu users can install Dark Shine from our themes PPA using the following commands,

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:satyajit-happy/themes
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install gnome-shell-theme-dark-shine

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Installation Instructions for other distros:

Extract the zip file to the themes directory i.e. "~/.themes/" or "/usr/share/themes/".

Install the User Theme Extension and use the Gnome Tweak tool to choose the themes.

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Changelog:

22.06.2012 - Code cleanup, various visual enhancements

15.05.2012 - Misc visual changes

14.05.2012 - Many visual fixes

13.05.2012 - Updated for Gnome Shell 3.4, minor visual changes

20.12.2011 - Fixed hotplug notification area, minor improvements

14.12.2011 - Misc fixes to make the theme darker

20.11.2011 - Added support for Mint Gnome Shell Extensions

03.11.2011 - Message tray and misc fixes

02.11.2011 - Fixed contact icons

01.11.2011 - Added text shadow in panel, made menus more opaque

31.10.2011 - Initial Release for Gnome Shell 3.2

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Note:

If you use Gnome Shell 3.2, download the theme from launchpad [link]

This theme is not compatible with old Gnome Shell 3.0.

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License: GPL
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This is a GNOME Shell theme based on SLAVE . Special thanks to GuillenDesign for letting me port the theme.

Original idea, design, Inspiration and icons by GuillenDesign

G4 Background by Alexander-GG

SLAVE GTK3 theme


Instructions:

Please avoid a manual install and use the GNOME Tweak Tool, it's much easier.

You can use the gnome-shell theme extension for easier switching of themes.

GNOME Tweak Tool

Make sure you have user-theme-extension installed. Load the GNOME Tweak Tool and go to Shell Extensions and click the "Use Theme Extension" switch. Now go to "Theme" and click the Shell Theme box and locate your theme zip. Now you can select the theme in the dropdown box.

License: GPL3

Compatibility: GNOME 3.4

Update 1.1 - 7th September 2011

- Fixed extended menu background and text colour

Update - 18th October 2011

- Fixed shadow rendering issues in chat boxes.

Update - 7th April 2012

- Added GNOME-Shell 3.4 compatibility.
- Some alignment fixes for 3.4.

Update - 29th May 2012

- GNOME Shell 3.4 compatibility fixes.
- Improved popup menu.
- GNOME 3.4 only.
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This is an alternative to the default GNOME Shell theme. Features the following changes.

Personal design changes mocked up for upstream.
Optimised for low resolutions.
More space for high resolutions.
9pt font size(default is mostly 10.5pt).
Ubuntu font enabled.
Consistent looking.
New switch design.
Panel translucency

Faience icon theme.


Wallpaper by dokt.


Notes

At high resolutions like 1920x1080 and above the fonts will be small. A good font hinting setting and anti-aliasing setting like Rgba will really help.

Instructions:

Please avoid a manual install and use the GNOME Tweak Tool, it's much easier.

You can use the gnome-shell theme extension for easier switching of themes.

GNOME Tweak Tool

Make sure you have user-theme-extension installed. Load the GNOME Tweak Tool and go to Shell Extensions and click the "Use Theme Extension" switch. Now go to "Theme" and click the Shell Theme box and locate your theme zip. Now you can select the theme in the dropdown box. Make sure you selection the right version for the GNOME version you have, otherwise the theme will not show properly.

If you run GNOME 3.4, just extract the 3.4 version to ~/.themes


License: GPL

Compatibility: GNOME 3.2/3.4

Update 1.1 - 16th March 2012

- Improved switches.
- Improved scrollbar.
- Fixed alignment of notification message.
- Reduced workspace controls' visibility by a small amount.

Update - 14 April 2012

- Added GNOME Shell 3.4 compatibility.
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All credit to Faience author tiheum, I've just ported the Gnome Shell theme to Cinnamon.

Font: ubuntu
Icons: Faience Azur
GTK/window theme: Faience
Wallpaper: Also Calm
File browser: Nemo
Theme page at the Cinnamon site

To install the Cinnamon theme
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bimsebasse/ppa
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install cinnamon-theme-faience+


To Install the GTK/window theme and the icon theme
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tiheum/equinox
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install faience-theme faience-icon-theme


Updates
- Jan 11, 2013: file cleanup
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Elementary Lion - Theme for Gnome-Shell

Inspired by Dan Rabbit's Elementary Luna and some Mac OS X Lion elements.

Including:
- Minimalistic look
- New switch ON/OF buttons
- OS X Lion Overview/Workspaces look
- Elementary menu selection
& some more new good looking elements.

Extra: GTK Theme [link]

Installation:
Extract the downloaded folder into /usr/share/themes/

If you have any suggestion, please write them down... just to make the theme more beautiful.
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Orion is a modern light theme for Gnome. It supports Gnome, Unity, XFCE and Openbox. The theme is compatible with GTK 3.6 and above. It also includes a GTK 2.0 theme using Murrine engine.

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Ubuntu users can install Orion from our themes PPA using the following commands,

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:satyajit-happy/themes
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install orion-gtk-theme

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Installation Instructions for other distros:

Extract the zip file to the themes directory i.e. "/usr/share/themes/"

Use Gnome Tweak tool to choose the theme, or run the following commands in Terminal,

gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface gtk-theme "Orion"

gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences theme "Orion"

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Changelog:

17.09.2013 - Loads of fixes, CSD support, XFWM theme now uses gtk-color-pickup

04.08.2013 - Backported Mutter theme to Metacity

08.07.2013 - Full GTK 3.8 support, redesigned WM themes, various improvements & fixes

19.01.2013 - Minor tweaks

17.01.2013 - Tweaks to GTK2, flat style toolbar, fixes to GtkCalendar

16.01.2013 - Port to GTK3.6, major rewrite and redesign

16.06.2012 - Better granite widgets support, misc improvements

11.06.2012 - Granite Widgets support (expect better compatibility with elementary apps), fixed tootips in empathy

02.06.2012 - Rewrite metacity themes to remove weird borders, dropped styling for unfocused windows, minor improvements

26.05.2012 - Rewrite mutter and metacity themes to fix roundness and border issues, fixed text color in system settings, fixes to fallback mode panel, removed pixbuf engine dependency

22.05.2012 - Fixed a typo in gtk-widgets-backdrops.css, fixed menubar text color in fallbackmode panel

11.05.2012 - Fixed selected background in nautilus, improvements to mutter/metacity

07.05.2012 - Fixed appearance in System Settings, improved tab design

07.04.2012 - Fixed glitches in the dark theme, adjusted tooltip style in GTK2 to match more with GTK3

06.04.2012 - Title text is now properly centered (mutter), support hiding of titlebar in apps like gnome documents (mutter), support dark theme in apps like movie player, lighter text in sidebar

05.04.2012 - Improved sidebar view, added support for beatbox, added openbox theme

04.04.2012 - Updated for Gnome 3.4

03.02.2012 - Added steppers to scrollbar, fixed desktop mode font color

01.02.2012 - Minor improvemwnts

29.01.2012 - Added mutter theme, support for xfwm, improvements to metacity theme

27.01.2012 - Fixed Fallback mode panel, fixed banshee search entry, various improvements

26.01.2012 - Coloured the metacity buttons, fixed floatingbar color, fixed nautilus sidebar border, fixed menubar highlight colour in thunderbird, misc GTK2 improvements

25.01.2012 - Initial Release for Gnome 3.2

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Note:

For older GTK versions, download the theme from launchpad,

GTK3.4: launchpad.net/~satyajit-happy/… (Unico engine required)

GTK3.2: launchpad.net/~satyajit-happy/… (Unico engine required)

This theme is not compatible with old Gnome 3.0.

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Credits:

Window theme based on Plastico fav.me/d6835ev by Camilo Higuita kxmylo.deviantart.com/

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License: GPL-3.0+
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Mountain Shell - Theme for Gnome-Shell

It is a simple, elegance, perfect Gnome-Shell theme,
which was designed to provide the maximum usability for everyday usage,
bringing the elegance and beautiful to the desktop at the same time.
Inspired (most of the elements) by the new Mountain Lion OSX,
as well as themes and other elements from the various artist on deviantART.
Mountain Shell brings the best features from every single one of them.
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Including:
- Minimalistic, simple, beautiful, elegant look
- New pane
- New switch ON/OF buttons
- OS X Mountain Lion Overview/Workspaces look
- Simple, fast, responsive, beautiful menu selection
- New arrow workspace switch
- New calendar current day selection

& some more new good looking elements.

Extra: GTK Theme [link]
(Adwaita Cupertino L modified by Me... and thx to Delta909 for the traffic lights).
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Installation:
Extract the downloaded folder into /usr/share/themes/
... or into home/.themes/

If the workspace background does not fit your monitor,
i have included various background sizes.
They are in the theme folder (Mountain Shell/gnome-shell/Workspace Backgrounds/).
All you have to do is pick background that fits your monitor resolution
and replace the current one (Mountain Shell/gnome-shell/worspace-backround.png).

If you have any suggestion, please write them down... just to make the theme more beautiful.
And... sure favs are welcomed :D
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GrayRevenge GNOME Shell theme. This theme is supposed to work on Gnome 3.4 (and so on Ubuntu 12.04), so probably it doesn't fit older versions of gnome-shell (ie 3.2 or 3.0). I strongly suggest to install Aller font (as shown below), otherwise the theme will not look properly.

GrayRevenge suite (GTK2, GTK3, Unity, Conky, Gnome-shell, Cinnamon): not available yet.

Wallpaper:


Font in the preview: Alte Haas Grotesk

Gnome-shell font: Aller

Icons:



Instructions:

Extract the zip file and move the 'GrayRevenge' folder to ~/.themes . This path is usually where GNOME Shell user themes are stored. Now, use the Gome-Shell theme extension to select GrayRevenge theme.

To install Alte Haas Grotesk font and Aller font, download and extract the zip file and put all the TFF files in your ~/.fonts folder.

Compatibility: GNOME 3.4 and over.
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This theme is now being maintained by CoZeN: [link] - go there for an updated version.
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Going for the world theme porting record, this is half-left's Google+ ported to Cinnamon so Cinnamon users don't have to feel left out!

Few changes and Cinnamon integration tweaks, nothing major. All credit to half-left. It works best with the Aller font which is easily found on the web.

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Theme page on the official Cinnamon website: [link]

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Changelog:

1.7 (Sep 29, 2012): Updated for Cinnamon 1.6

1.6 (Jun 14, 2012): Support for new expo and scale features

1.5 (Jun 8, 2012): tiny improvements

1.4 (Jun 7, 2012): So, same thing happened as with my port of tiheum's Holo theme, I spent a day trying to make it as exact a replication of the authentic ICS Holo as possible instead of an approximation, then found out the approximation looked better than the replica. Spent a day making this match google's web design as closely as possible but the result wasn't as good-looking as half-left's compromise, so it remains largely the same. Redrew and Improved all buttons in the process, though, especially the off-toggles look much nicer now + lots of small touches here and there - and now to leave this theme alone for a while :)

1.3 (Jun 6, 2012): improved sound applet, modal dialogs and add-workspace button

1.2 (Jun 6, 2012): changed menu hover style, notifications and fixed applet label padding

1.1 (Jun 5, 2012): new window captions plus "upstream" end session changes
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