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Divergence Mega Pack

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Requires Nautilus Elementary, Murrine & Equinox GTK engines

Extract the files to a folder
Run: "sudo ./install.sh"

UPDATE 2: Metacity now included with III, you must use a 7pnt or smaller font for window decorations otherwise it will look ugly. Some other minor changes. Fixed unmaximise button in the light theme metacity.

UPDATE!!!: Divergence III fixed now to play nice with QT apps like VLC. FINALLY! YAY :D

>> Divergence Themes [Toolbars and Sidebars integrated into window]
>> Steel
>> Dust

>> Divergence II Themes [Gradient Toolbars and seperated Sidebar]
>> Steel
>> Dust
>> Coal
>> Light
>> Dark

>> Divergence III Theme [Experimental theme w/ rounded corners]

>> Metacity :: modification of Ambiance Metacity
>> Emerald :: for Divergence III
>> AwOkaenza :: Light Faenza Mono Tray & Toolbar Icons inheriting AwOken
>> AwOkaenza II :: Light Faenza Mono Tray with Dark Toolbar Icons inheriting AwOken
>> Awn Theme :: Theme for Lucido Avant-Window-Navigator

(The script installs these automatically, but for those who manually install...)
Latest Equinox GTK engine:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tiheum/equinox
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-equinox

Latest Murrine GTK engine:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:murrine-daily/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine

Nautilus Elementary:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:am-monkeyd/nautilus-elementary-ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
nautilus -q #restarts nautilus

then open nautilus > edit > preferences > tweaks > enable breadcrumbs and disable places button.

AwOken Icon Theme (which AwOkaenza icons inherit):
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alecive/antigone
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install awoken-icon-theme
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DFX4509B's avatar
DFX4509BHobbyist General Artist
Nice Ambiance derivative. :)
matymetal666's avatar
Help! I have the engines installed, but the theme looks how a Win 9x Theme :( Help!
My system is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, I have installed the 2 engines, Nautilus Elementary and the theme, but not looks how this :(

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uh8myzenProfessional Writer
One of the best suites goin!
Apolonis's avatar
ApolonisHobbyist Digital Artist
Nice Work !
kai100's avatar
this is WOOOOW :thumbsup: :)
RazielXes's avatar
Exelent work man congrats!
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olivLyHobbyist Interface Designer
Wow Very nice VS !

I I've just turn to linux, fedora 14 with gnome. I can not install themes. Can you help me please ? Thx
Devuno's avatar
Great great design, mmm... do you have ppa repository?? A nice theme to suggest to Ubuntu Brainstorm ;)
Mito94's avatar
Very awesome!
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paradoXrogaStudent Interface Designer
someone has to make this theme available for windows also! great work
DrawerPal's avatar
Nice work !
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GlaDiaTor17's avatar
then open nautilus > edit > preferences > tweaks > enable breadcrumbs and disable places button. i dont find tweaks ??
jurialmunkey's avatar
Did you install nautilus elementary? Did you restart nautilus? (Perhaps try a "killall nautilus" as well as "nautilus -q"). Its the last tab in the preferences page of nautilus elementary.
dalucy's avatar
Totally agree. Best in class. With one small caveat. In Nautilus treeview, in the left pane (the directory tree) the arrows before the directrories are almost as dark as the pane background. One can hardly see, let alone click them.
Ellocomotive's avatar
Hey I love how this theme looks but I can't seem to get it to show up. I opened the install file via the terminal, but I'm not sure it's doing anything. Any suggestions?
jurialmunkey's avatar
did you run "sudo ./install.sh" in a terminal, or just click on the file and go "run in terminal"? Because you need to open up a terminal, cd to the directory you extracted the .zip and run "sudo ./install.sh"

If thats not working, you can extract the contents of Themes.tar and drag the individual theme folders over to the Appearance Preferences Window to install them.
abdusamed's avatar
nice.. but awokaneza really annoys me... i want the more of the monochrome action and crazy transparencys!
jurialmunkey's avatar
You could always just use the AwOken icon set instead.
martin10018's avatar
Looks great!

Installation went without problems, but the themes do no show up under "Themes". Any idea how to apply them?
jurialmunkey's avatar
Thanks :D

I'm not sure what is going on there. You could try extracting the Themes.tar manually, then dragging the folders inside it individually from nautilus over to the Appearance Preferences window.
martin10018's avatar
I found it out in the meantime. It was a problem with the file and folder attributes. I changed them to 755 and everything was okay. And they look great! Thanks!
jurialmunkey's avatar
Excellent! :D

I'm not sure what the deal is with the permissions. It doesn't always happen. I tested on another pc and nothing like that happened, but I have had it happen before when installing other people's themes. I really wish I knew so I could make sure it didn't happen.
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nice one, my favorite so far, thanks!

is there a way to make my gnome panel as bright or same as window color is? Cuz if I try to change the color the normal way it changes only the middle but not under icons and menus. Same goes for transparency.

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