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Gnome Shell 3.8 Panacea Mist Suite

Gnome Shell 3.8 > GTK3-GTK2 > Metacity theme. This the first in a series that we intend to make available for download. Do enjoy and please feel free to offer suggestions, critique or any other input deemed useful.

Requirements: GTK3 > Unico theme engine ( optional ).
GTK2 > Murrine theme engine ( required ).

Installation: Instructions are included in theme folder.

Backgrounds: Instructions are in folder backgrounds.

Fonts: Liberation Sans:10 > 11 for window title.
Hinting > Slight
Antialiasing > Rgb

Icons: Faenza - Desat.

Cursor: Oxygen ( oxy-white )

There are two extensions associated with this project that are featured here at top right both are available at [link]

1: Gno-menu > This is a full featured traditionally styled multifaceted menu - that aims to offer quite a bit of innovative functionality not present in the usual offerings.[link]

2: Workspace to dock > Transforms workspaces into a functional dock - with a wide range of customizable features facilitating better work flow and usability. [link]


Updated: 18/6/2013
GTK fixes

Updated: 1/7/2013
Gnome Shell > Various fixes & adjustments
GTK3 - GK2 > Various fixes & adjustments

Updated: 2/7/2013
Gnome Shell > Various fixes & adjustments
GTK3 - GK2 > Various fixes & adjustments
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Great theme! Really loved it. Just wonder if there will be an update for current gnome version (by now 3.14 lets say)
Clean interface. Love it
Real pleased that you like, do stay in-touch as an update will be uploaded shortly.
slawomirzon's avatar
Where can I get this icon set
They are not available just yet, I would recommend using Faenza in the mean time.
gabriela2400's avatar
Great theme but worst choice of wallpaper EVER.
Thanks - an interesting critique, Always we seek to improve on our offering and as such would appreciate links to a wallpaper or two. It would allow me to better appreciate your perspective and probably help in improving our work.
gabriela2400's avatar
The thing is altough your theme is really great those wallpapers have absolutely zero constrast, they get lost with the whites and blues and level down the visual effect by making it blend. (I dont know if a make sense)

Try using some nature wallpapers or a totally different flat color for backgroud.
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Those are a few things I could think of, thanks for accepting suggestions.
Yes - I believe I do understand and now have a better grasp of your perspective. I will therefore offer/recommend two walls for all of my future themes - one that visually blends theme and background completely - along with another that breaks that monogamy with a bit of contrast, thereby highlighting and bringing to the fore the themes visual style.
gabriela2400's avatar
And be sure to not mess with psycho guys with torches pursuing your death because of just a wallpaper... if you know what I mean.
lol.... Now that’s splendid advice.
xterminador's avatar
Very good theme.
Real pleased that you like, thanks for compliment.
Garfilth's avatar
Hi, great theme really beautiful. Just one problem, when i select the gtk theme my wallpaper vanishes and turns white. It appears under the dash but not the desk top. i have had this with other gtk themes aswell. im running fedora 19 and GNOME Shell 3.8.3. any ideas?
thanks.
Garfilth's avatar
UPDATE. found a work around so the wallpaper shows. If i uncheck have file manager handle desktop in gnome-tweak-tool it works fine. And since i NEVER have icons on the desktop thats fine.
Beautiful theme, thanks for your art.
Just popped in and saw your issue ,also that you found a solution and provided some feedback, splendid!
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mistersingh's avatar
Thanks for the compliment.
Real pleased that you like.
SearchProjects's avatar
I hope check my works
Will surely have a look.
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