Today was the day I fancied both to continue and discontinue Nord after a long hiatus.
Because I wasn't around theming in the 3.10 cycle I missed and forgot that the border-image property no longer works everywhere; making the refresh I put so much effort into to bring to Nord 1.8 utterly useless and sadly might be ending the journey for the most popular GS theme in dA.
Unfortunately, the CSS capabilities in GS were far too limited to begin with so I can't even replicate the graphics with a mere box-shadow, which can be used only once, and without images I'm only left with the option to simply recolor and keep it simple ... totally not my
I've announced earlier that the eOS theme would be on Github for any brave should to help update it, unfortunately no one came forward. I've received one note about an effort being made, while I thank that person for trying it wasn't enough to keep it updated.
Now !zagortenay333 (https://www.deviantart.com/zagortenay333) has taken that job and already released it:
Any future updates will be provided by him only.
I have finally been able to setup Git in Android (aka my only way of using the Internet ATM): https://github.com/0rAX0/gnome-shell-theme-eos
Please do your magic. ;)
I'll do some cleanups when I have the time.
First, let me apologize for the lack of updates this cycle. To put it simply, I'm bored. Bored and burned out.
I have tried to get to work as soon as I updated my install but I got other stuff to do and realized that I'm not a fan of the process(of updating) anymore. Among other things.
Fortunately, I had an epiphany -- sort-of and decided to experiment a bit with Nord, so I ended up refreshing its design and getting interested in it again. :-)
Nord is almost done. Updating Sud should be easy enough too as I'm making them even more similar.
As for eOS, the elementary-inspired theme, I'm thinking about retiring from maintaining it and let