Well I have been wanting to theme a desktop using Radiance so I went and did it. Hope you all Like it. You can view this screenshot and more on:
OS: Ubuntu 12.04 x64 Beta 1 DE: Unity Wallpaper: French Morning by [link]
GTK3/Unity/Metacity Themes: Radiance: Pre-Installed in OS. Icon Theme: Faience icon theme by [link] Conky: Simple Unity by [link] Covergloobus: Sticker for CoverGloobus by [link] Monitor PSD image created by: [link]
I modified Zukitwo-Dark gtk themes to suit my vision of desktop.If you like it,you can download it here.You have to carefully choose font size.Sans or ubuntu 10 or 11 px best fit themes,for other fonts you have to find the best size.Archive contains gtk3,gtk2,metacity,xfwm4,emerald and openbox theme.
1.2 : Refining a lot of widgets(exspecially qtcurve window border) modified alternative version. ***For smaragd: just copy the folder named theme to ~/.emerald and select smaragd from window decorations settings.
1.1 : Refining various widgets,improved window border,added an aqua version,added chromium theme
1.0 : First release but usable,for now using smaragd for window border for install go here [link] There are 2 color schemas one that reproduces the elementary colors and another different.
How to install: STYLE: if you don't have qtcurve,install it (search for "qtcurve" on your package manager) download and extract the archive,open system setting - appearence - style,select qtcurve and click on configuration button,click on import and select the file .qtcurve downloaded.
COLOR SCHEME: open system settings - colors,click on import,select the .colors file downloaded.
Wall:[link] GTK theme:[link] Mutter theme:[link] Shell theme: WIP (Not sure if I'll release it because there are plenty of similar themes out there already.) Fonts: Ubuntu and droid sans. (Using the infinality font patches with the OSX setting.) AWN theme: Custom. Icons:[link]
I must say Midori is a nice little browser. The only downsides are some bugs and the lack of some settings. (And that some addons won't work with js disabled globally.)
Important note: This theme is designed around Gnome 3.4 and the 1.0.2 version of the Unico engine. I do not work with any development releases. This theme will break in Gnome 3.5.
The included INSTALL file have all the installation instructions.
GTK3 ENGINE REQUIRED This theme requires the Unico GTK3 engine version 1.0.2 or later. (Only if you're using Gnome 3 or GTK3 applications.) - [link] (Available as gtk-engine-unico in ArchLinux community repo.)
GTK2 ENGINES REQUIREMENT If you don't install these engines - GTK2 applications will not be styled. So it's NOT a bug if for example GIMP or Firefox looks like Windows 98. It's just you who haven't installed the gtk2 engines.
- GTK2 engine Murrine 0.98.1.1 or later - GTK2 pixbuf engine or the gtk(2)-engines package
Other: Search for the engines in your distribution's repository or install the engines from source.
OTHER INFO Wall:[link] Icons:[link] Font: Liberation Sans Narrow Condensed (Not the default font in this theme.)
The left bar is avant-window-navigator. The theme is included.
KNOWN ISSUES/BUGS/DECISIONS - In some flavors of Gnome 2.32 the right-click menu on some panel applets have a white text and uses the pixmap hover effect. There's no known fix for this.
- Dialog windows in Gnome 3 fallback mode have weird borders. My current recommendation is that you detach them with gconf-editor. Open gconf-editor and untick this key: /desktop/gnome/shell/windows/attach_modal_dialogs.
- Legacy metacity theme is not borderless. (It doesn't look good.) Use gnome-shell to get anti-aliased rounded corners.
- The IDE software Eclipse/Aptana may have some strange color bugs. If you know of any fixes, please let me know.
- Xfce panel applets have some strange bugs. Possible cause is because you need to use a background image for your panel. This theme is not designed to be used with a trillion inconsistent panel applets.
2012.08.17 - GTK3: Gnome classic indicator applet fix. - GTK3: Added support for slickpanel.
2012.07.08 - GTK3/GTK2: Minor fix.
2012.07.02 - Several changes. See the full changelog here: [link]
2012.06.12 - Shell theme: Removed border radius from the menus + some other minor changes. - GTK3: Selected backdrop color is now gray.
2012.06.07-2 - Shell theme: Fixed colors.
2012.06.07 - Shell theme: New layout on a lot of stuff. (Switches, pop-up menus, summary-source-button and more.)
2012.06.02 - Shell theme: Added style for extra view-tabs created by extensions. - Shell theme: Font-sizes are now set globally in the top of the css style for easier access. - GTK3: Minor fix.
2012.05.26 - Mutter: Titlebar text is now horizontally aligned. - GTK3: Nautilus cluebar changes. - Shell: Minor menu change. (To get rid of xsession-error warnings.)
2012.05.23 - GTK3: Insensitive toolbar button text color and bumpy behavior fixed. - GTK3: Improved GtkScale. - GTK3: Minor Unity panel fix.
2012.05.16 - GTK3: Some minor fixes. - Nautilus: Inactive pane colors added. - Gnome-terminal: Notebook border removed.
2012.05.11 - GTK3: Improved progressbars. - Unity/GTK3: Fixed GtkCalendar today highlight. - GTK3: Some other minor changes. - GTK2: Font in statusbars will now be the same size as your other fonts.
2012.05.08 - GTK3: Spinbuttons are now styled. - Shell theme: 1 bugfix and some improvements to pressed panel buttons.
2012.05.03 - GTK3: Some adjustments and minor bug fixes. - Shell theme: Loads of changes and fixes. New buttons, switches, colors etc.
2012.04.29 - GTK3: A bunch of bug fixes and some other minor changes.
2012.04.26 - Added support for Gnome 3.4. Do not upgrade if you still use Gnome 3.2.
2011.12.08 - Shell theme: Ok. No more trollface corner ripple lol. - Shell theme: Heart activities button replaced with the Gnome foot. (Heart icon still included if you would like to use that.) - GTK3: Fixed the settings.ini file.
******************************************************************************** Dear Reflektions fans, if you enjoy my work and this icon theme, please konsider making a donation with Paypal to email@example.com ****************************************************************************
This icon theme is a compilation of a few icon themes and a few sparse icons found on www.deviantart.com and www.kde-look.org, as well as a few that I made on my own. It is not complete yet but hopefully (in time) it will be.
The installation requires you run the included script. You MUST have the command "convert" available which is part of imagemagick. You must also have the "tar" package installed. Make sure you have both of the packages installed before you run the script.
1) Extract the downloaded file
2) cd Reflektions_KDE4/
3) click on click_to_install
***NOTE FOR SYSTRAY ICONS:***
The systray icons of KDE 4.5 series use by default the plasma-theme icons, which do not match the Reflektions set. If you wish to have this theme's systray icons, follow the instructions that will pop out after the script has run.
*** FIREFOX ***
I have created a stylish script for firefox 4 (only) which will make it use your current KDE icon set. See here for more details:
v1.2: thunderbird, dragonplayer, networkmanager, lancelot, chronometer, qalculate, fork, basket, plasmaapplet-shelf, document-edit systray: akregator added "Theme" file to make your KDE like the screenshot
I just couldn't come up with a nice way to show windows, but I hope you like it anyway
CrunchBang Statler GTK theme: Equinox Evolution Dawn by ~tiheum [link] Openbox theme: Equinox Evolution Dawn for OB by me [link] Icons: Faenza by ~tiheum [link] Wallpaper: Elemental by ~snipes2 [link] tint2 by me (I will upload a config pack of sorts soon)
A sort of port of Illumine by ~JasonAbsolom. Due to limitations in Openbox, I decided to make everything uniform, instead of the panel and the menu having thick borders like the original, but the window decorations having 1px borders.
To install the Openbox theme, extract the Illumine folder to ~/.themes or /usr/share/themes
To install the tint2 theme, extract the tint2rc to ~/.config/tint2
The Openbox theme is intended to be used without a window label, and only the iconify, maximize and close buttons are done in the style of the theme. I can add the rest later, if requested...
Be warned that the tint2 config is set up so that right clicking a task closes it! If you like the mouse set up differently, be sure to change the config.
If you like my work, please consider a donation via PayPal to "firstname.lastname@example.org"
ANewStartBlood is the first attempt to port ANewStart guidelines in a dark fashion. Since the choices done here (this "bloodiness" that pervades all the theme) are surely tough to digest, maybe I'll plan another more easy-going version.
As its big brother, ANewStartBlood is a complete suite for GNOME. It's designed to work under Gnome-Shell, Gnome-Fallback and Unity. For Unity and Gnome-Fallback mode, please read the README file inside the pack. There is also a Conky file to meet the theme overall guidelines.
Icon Theme:AwOken, colored with 20/99/99 color combination