UPDATE: ---- Per Question in Comments below:
A user asked for a RED version of this theme. I have added Two Variants-- One is CSD
The other is for use alongside of gtk-3-nocsd. PLEASE ENSURE YOU DOWNLOAD THE CORRECT ONE. You will know if you need the -NOCSD file because gtk-3- is something you must install in order to use it.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Two New Files Added. BOTH INCLUDE CINNAMON DESKTOP THEME- Also includes Whiskermenu theme and Zorinmenulite theme.
I have Recreated This theme as per a conversation on the Advent Fusion theme page along with Prowler- I will continue to update all my uploads as time allows.
I have added a NEW FILE to this it is labled as REMAKE. It is a more condensed version with MANY fixes. Please report any issues with it. The Remake added as of today (4 March 2020) is only for the NO-CSD version, intended for Linux Mint, Mate, Cinnamon and XFCE ( I am no longer willing to make themes for Gnome Desktop, sorry).
To use gtk3-nocsd, please see PCmans: https://github.com/PCMan/gtk3-nocsd
It is in the Debian and Ubuntu Repositories, so you can install from Terminal with "sudo apt-get install -y gtk3-nocsd"
Highly recommended. In the meantime: I will do a remake of AzenisEX with CSD as soon as the other computer which has a CSD desktop on it stops being a bunghole. You CAN use this theme even if you are not using the NO-CSD add on- however any CSD apps you use will have some odd headers.
What GTK3-Nocsd does is it bumps the themed CSD headerbar down into the toolbar, using your Metacity3 or XFWM4 to supply the title bar- I make NOCSD Themes to account for this, replacing the headerbar background with the Toolbar Background, instead.
Fix for icon text being offset on desktop on XFCE4:
In terminal, please run:
xfconf-query -c xfce4-desktop -p /desktop-icons/center-text -n -t bool -s false
Given the current trend and the news that XFCE 4.16 will fully switch to CSD (Becoming like Gnome 3) and will remove XFWM4 (No more XFCE Window manager which is why many of us switched to XFCE desktop in the first place) - It is very important to let the developers know whether you disagree with this decision. (I have done so- Loudly.)
Currently, the developers do not seem to be listening. Rather, they feel they should explain to us, the users, why what they want for us (and themselves) is what we should want, too.
If you disagree with XFCE removing XFWM and replacing it with GNome 3 CSD, please use the links and Be Heard.
-----I have reformatted this theme to work with a desktop equipped with gtk-nocsd. This is available as a separate download package on this page. See last two images showing Nautilus and other GTK applications in this method.-----
If the -NOCSD Theme is applied to a desktop NOT equipped with gtk-nocsd, then the CSD apps WILL LOOK Very ODD. Please Be Sure to download and install the Correct File!-----
About three days before I posted this, I realized what AzenisEX looks like in all lower case letters. Hmmph...
Azenis EXtended. My aim was to go pretty much over the top, increasing depth, texture and feel.
What this includes: Icons set for AzenisEX; AzenisEX theme; Gnome Shell, XFCE xfwm window borders; fonts; wallpapers. Coming Soon: Cinnamon Desktop theme to compliment this pack.
Link to cursor
Link to Firefox theme: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/azenisexi/?src=search
-----Previous description for version inclusing CSD and Gnomeish stuff----You will notice right away that something looks odd about this new variant..
Gnome integrated the header and titlebars. This means that I had to "elevate" the header imagery to accommodate the buttons. In this sense, this is not so much mimicking the look of J.J. Yings Azenis as much as being Inspired by it to get creative.
I extended the buttons out to be larger and longer for Close, Minimize and Maximize. This is, like AzenisXFM, intended to make it harder to miss your target.
I themed the titlebuttons to "close the eyes" when inactive, much like my XFMi window borders listed. This makes it easier to tell which is your active window at a glance.
In these times, theming has moved away from images and toward linear gradients. That is a fine thing, in its place, and I used many but sometimes, an image is needed. However... In SOME cases, the developer of an app thinks in terms of Linear Gradients and designs something that can expand to huge sizes or tiny sizes without considering that a background image may be used.
For this theme, the pathbar button on the latest Thunar File Manager is a good example. It looks weird. ----- FIXED-----
On the Gnome Shell: I included a basic bg image for the panel. However, if your screen size, resolution matches, you can switch to the same Panel background you see in the images by renaming the image files. Rename "panel.svg" to "panel-alt-1.svg" then rename "panel-alt.svg" to "panel.svg."
Chrome has a fix for titlebuttons etc- by selecting "use system theme." As does Firefox.
Azenis was designed by J.J.Ying to compete in WindowBlinds (Microsoft) and won the championship. It was ported to KDE by EZY and later to Gnome by JamesHardy88. Yantar created AzenisXF window borders for XFCE. Cursor ported by Kuduk and by Ahyangyi.
Images show GTK apps as well as XFWM managed apps.
To Install, extract "AzenisEX-darkGTK+" to /usr/share/themes
Extract AzenisEX Icon set to /usr/share/icons
Mate and Cinnamon users, please look Here: https://www.pling.com/p/1340109/
Move font files to your ~/.fonts folder.
PLEASE report bugs, glitches, problems in the comments down below or email me at email@example.com. Criticism welcome, insults, derision, nudies, spam are unwelcome.
I hope you enjoy; and if you feel inspired, Get Creative. Modify - change the theme to suit you; add elements, take elements away, change the images, the colors, whatever floats your boat. Keep FOSS alive, keep customizing and expressing your individuality. I left MANY unused elements in the assets and borders folders that you can use.