A GTK, xfwm4, openbox-3, GNOME-Shell, and Cinnamon- Dark Mode Theme - Based on the Official Color Palette Created by Ethan Schoonover.
At last, a Solarized desktop theme is available with general appeal. Introducing Solarized-Material. Solarized-Material adheres to both Material-Design standards as well as those put forth by the official Solarized Color Palette. The fruits of this combination are a real bonus for those who need the scheme because they have to use their computers for hours - but still wish it to look elegant during those long periods.
Solarized-Dark-Mode - as originally created by Ethan Schoonover - is the highly valued color scheme for code editors and terminal emulators. Material-Solerized GTK dark-mode-scheme strictly adheres to Ethan Schoonover's original color scheme, which has been published for many major applications, with some including the scheme pre-installed. Coders and GUI users, alike, know that - once you try Solarized-Dark-Mode - it is hard to go back to anything else.
In His Own Words:
"Solarized is a sixteen color palette (eight monotones, eight accent colors) designed for use with terminal and gui applications. It has several unique properties. I designed this colorscheme with both precise CIELAB lightness relationships and a refined set of hues based on fixed color wheel relationships. It has been tested extensively in real world use on color calibrated displays (as well as uncalibrated/intentionally miscalibrated displays) and in a variety of lighting conditions." https://ethanschoonover.com/solarized/
Every element of this well-embraced theme package was re-built from the ground up, via the 1.4 version, to address any issues which have arisen over the lifetime of the theme. Chiefly, the Budgie radio-button/check-box issues have been wholly resolved in the Material format. We are glad to hear Material-Solarized has been performing well on most systems. Thank, again, secuvim - "https://github.com/secuvim" - for providing the additional package supporting GNOME 3.32.2 and Budgie to bridge the upgrade.
***Material-Solarized-Suru Icons are also available for download here***
The Suru icons and folders have been carefully crafted to match the Material-Solarized desktop scheme, but they can surely compliment other desktop themes that sport matching color hues.
The Suru-grounded icon set was initially designed and developed by Sam Hewitt - under GPL3. The original Suru icon set and concept was created by Matthieu James - Canonical Design Team. Core developers are Andrea Bonanni (original author) and Gustavo Costa . Devices icons are inspired by La Capitaine created by Keefer Rourke - under GPL3/MIT. Emoji icons are derived from the Twenoji created by Twitter Team - under MIT. Some icons are based on Numix mimetypes icons created by the Numix Team - under GPL3. Devices and places icons and several apps icons are inspired by Papirus icons created by Alexey Varfolomeev - under GPL3. Numberless icons are from Gravit Designer, under GPL3/MIT.
Manual Installation Is Easy:
1) Extract the "tar.xz" file into your "~/.themes/" folder - to install for current user only - or into the "/usr/share/themes/" folder - for the theme to be applied globally. 2) Use the GNOME Tweak Tool or an equivalent app to enable it for your desktop.
If installing manually, make sure to install the dependency: "Murrine theme engine" if you do not already have it; and update your GTK+packages if you have not.
Logging out and then logging back in may be necessary on some operating systems to fully implement themes.
17-09-19: Version 1.5.2 4 days ago
17-09-19: Version 1.5.2 4 days ago
08-09-19: Version 1.5.1 13 days ago
31-08-19: Version 1.5 21 days ago
Rebuild of GTK-2, Matching Suru Icons added.
23-08-19: Version 1.4 29 days ago
14-08-19: Version 1.3.2 1 month ago
13-08-19: Version 1.3.1 1 month ago
New Addition Introduced
06-08-19 1 month ago
28-07-19: Version 1.2.1 1 month ago
Shell Assets Updates