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McHigh Sierra

GTK3 Themes 321 comments

Score 86.6%
Jan 24 2020
https://imgur.com/a/r1RTb

the image above is the problem - Jan 31 2018
Finally some competition on my Gnome-OSX. Great theming; I especially like the way you tried to mimic the blue combobox-arrows. Something I've tried also. But, while they are nice, they are not used everywhere: Not on GTK2-applications, not on Libre-Office. That is why I did not continue in that direction. In fact: in Libre-Office the white arrows are invisible on the white buttons on the toolbar.

Next, you should make 'restore'-titlebuttons, because Chrome-browser (using its own titlebar) does not show the maximize-titlebutton when maximized, because it expects a restore-button. (look into the GTK.CSS of my own theme (Gnome-OSX) for the solution). But, other than that, it looks good, but it needs further polishing. Anyway: great to meet another good themer. - Jan 30 2018
PRO-Dark-GTK

GTK3 Themes 87 comments

Score 85.0%
Sep 07 2018
Thanks, but gnome-shell is not really my thing. To awkward to theme. - Jan 28 2018
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-pixbuf

This is probably the answer; Standard there's no support for GTK2-Pixbuf-engine in 17.10. Why? Good question... - Jan 25 2018
As long as Cinnamon is not GTK 3.20+ compatible.... - Jan 20 2018
Thank you - Jan 09 2018
PRO-Dark-XFCE-Edition

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes 84 comments

Score 85.9%
Oct 28 2019
No, You should have shadowed menu's everywhere. This theme is developed under Xubuntu 17.10. Using the standard XFWM compositor. - Jan 21 2018
Thanks, I did not look at the sys logs. Stupid me... Anyway reuploaded the correct version to 1.5 - Jan 21 2018
Version 1.4 should have addressed most of the remaining issues. Unfortunately White-on-blue selection colors do not always work. But the lighter-blue should help... - Jan 20 2018
I'll see about removing the grey color als selected menu-items and then replaces them with some lighter blue version. This will take some time, as both GTK2 and GTK3 need to be changed. - Jan 17 2018
Due to the fact that there are no windowborders assigned to this theme, only top-leftcorner and toprightcorner shows the resizer. So Nothing to hold on to at the button.

I've experimented with fatter borders(left and right) en fatter bottomborders. And they indeed work at resizing, only: it looks so 80's... Other DE's do not have this problem.

So, I'm not going to change anything. use top-right or top-left of the window and look for the resizer, or right-click on the titlebar and choice resize, or use alt +hold right-click and move the mouse to resize. Or use the window-menu button and choose resize.. Enough alternatives available....
- Jan 17 2018
I'm looking into it
- Jan 17 2018
Strange, the last version 1.3 should have addressed the issue with the taskbar background and applications-menu-button too. I'm running standard 17.10 and everything is OK here... - Jan 16 2018
It's also build on top standard Xubuntu 17.10 - Jan 15 2018
New whisker menu and a solution for desktopicons - Jan 15 2018
the new version (1.1) should correct the window-control-buttons. Whisker-menu in Xubuntu 17.10 is using version 2.1.5, which uses GTK3 to draw its shape. In MX-17 Whisker is still at 1.7.5 which uses GTK2. Hence the difference.

I'm aware of the whisker-problem (I've tried a live-version of Xubuntu 17.10). But I have not yet got it installed properly. There is unfortunately allot of difference between MX-17 and Xubuntu 17.10.

Do you use the compton file? - Jan 14 2018
Gnome-Veteran

GTK3 Themes 20 comments

Score 76.4%
Apr 27 2018
You’re welcome - Nov 23 2017
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bT84JdHUKkpL719d6B2y7S6OG5usbpwI/view?usp=sharing - Nov 22 2017
Humanity-dark-aqua - Nov 21 2017
Ambiance-RW

GTK3 Themes 32 comments

Score 81.2%
Apr 30 2018
terminal command:

sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Or reinstall Ubuntu. There is something missing - Nov 11 2017
please post a screenshot, and what is your set-up - Nov 08 2017
I've uploaded a special version for you, hope you like it - Nov 07 2017
About theming GTK2-based apps: I use Inkscape and the Gimp mostly (for creating themes) which are still stuck in GTK2. So (out of self-interest)I make sure the GTK2-part of the theme is always fine too. - Nov 06 2017
This theme is 'old-school', in that it contains allot of images to create the buttons. (Which btw is no longer necessary in modern GTK3). Unfortunately the buttons(in focused and active state) have orange edges. So there is nothing you can do there. Or you can use Gimp to change the colors of these buttons (in the file 'assets').
About changing the selected_bg_color: well I did the same to test it. And I do not experience any dark grey in any drop down menu's of GTK3-apps. Make sure you change the GTK-3.20 file and not the GTK-3.0. - Nov 06 2017
In principle, yes. I've written it the same way as the original version. Although I'm not sure Canonical did, when adapting this theme to gnome. Here and there are '#xxxxxx' kind of color-definition. So it could be that you'll have to look into the file itself
- Nov 06 2017
I'm flattered, there is a new version now, with more 'improvements' - Nov 06 2017
Gnome-PRO

GTK3 Themes 119 comments

Score 79.5%
Apr 27 2018
The screenshot sows that Synaptic Package manager uses the usual toolbar- background, but then it stops when there are no more buttons to show. From then on, the original default background appears , which uses this gradient:
background-image:linear-gradient(to bottom left,rgba(235,240,244,1),rgba(221,227,232,1),rgba(221,227,232,1),rgba(238,244,246,1)); }
Which is a four-color-gradient. That moves from the right top to the left bottom of the area. So colors can different within the same background-area - Nov 09 2017
Well pesgo. The problem is not theme-related. The problem is that Synaptic Package manager is a root-application. Which do not follow the theme, because there is any in the root! So what you need to is this:
1. Make sure you have a .font, a .icons and a .themes folder in your home folder
2. We need to make symbolic links to these file in the root directory with these terminal commands :

sudo ln -s /home/[username]/.themes /root/.themes

sudo ln -s /home/[username]/.icons /root/.icons

sudo ln -s /home/[username]/.fonts /root/.fonts

And replace the username (and its brackets) with you home folder name. Then execute them one by one.
3. Restart your computer; et voila all is solved...
If, for some reason, it didn't work check your root folder with this terminal command: sudo nautilus, this wil open a root-nautilus window. Look in the file-system that pops up for thr root-folder. If the three files (.fonts/.icons/;themes) are there? then you have done you job right and everything should work if you restart - Nov 07 2017
Uploaded new version 1.1 - Nov 04 2017
Thanks, I will look into to it, and upload a new version - Nov 04 2017
There is a version available in the files-tab: Gnome-PRO -dark. Which is a totally dark theme. But I guess you mean just dark headerbars and the rest not dark? - Sep 20 2017
The sliderbutton, and any other button is related to the kind and the size of the font you use. So trim down the size, or change the font (I work with Droid Sans, size: 11) - Sep 20 2017
the issue in Solus OS is because Solus iincorporates an additional gnome extension on the headerbar. Unfortunately this is one that has the odd effect on the headerbar-theming. I have no solution yet... You can deactivate it using tweak-tool > extensions. Than, the theme should work. The double shadow on transmission is strange as I cannot reproduce it myself, could be a side-effect of the text-shadow that is used for the + version. Or the fact that you use Solus OS.
Please use the normal Gnome-PRO-version if it annoys you. I will look into it though. thanks for the comment. - Aug 26 2017
Read the solutions for the arrow-position in nautilus down in the comments. - Aug 15 2017
I know, applications that use the headerbar have bigger shadows, other use a titlebar, which is unfortunately shadowed differently. I have not found out yet, what I could do to change that. - Aug 15 2017
I've uploaded your request. You can now download it... - Aug 15 2017
thanx for trying anyway - Aug 09 2017
It will never work, because GTK2.0 uses an image for the menu-items-hover - Aug 09 2017
I've uploaded Gnome PRO+, a version with better (slightly heavier) font-rendering on the inteface-elements and GTK3-apps. This is experimental. I'm awaiting your reaction/comments on how this actually works on your screen. So please, download Gnome-PRO+, try it by comparing it with the normal version. Does it work for you?... - Aug 08 2017
Don't get your hopes up to high... GTK4's roadmap is such that it would not be until GTK 4.6 or so, that a stable version is available (you can make a theme for GTK 4.0, only to find out that it is completely broken at GTK 4.1, and so on...) I would not hesitate trying the 'expected' blur-effect (which gives true translucency like Mac OS), something I've been waiting for. - Aug 07 2017
tell me what you like as windows buttons, I can provide you a theme with them. - Aug 04 2017
thank you - Aug 02 2017
1.1 release now supports dark mode ! - Jul 31 2017
Poppy OS X Revieve

GTK3 Themes 31 comments

Score 73.8%
Sep 18 2017
so here is a screenshot: https://imgur.com/a/oLStT

I think the problem arises because you define a font-family: Myriad Set Pro and a font-size and font-weight to go along with it. But if you have not installed this font, it will not recognize it and replace it with the default-font. Which, in this case is allot bigger... - Sep 18 2017
I'm having the same problem here: font-size is way to big on context-menu's.

Using font-size within a theme conflicts with the user-defined font-size. Also the sort of font used has a major influence , Next, even if you use the gnome-desktop, it differs depending on the distro and on the use of X11 or wayland as the compositor.

So basically I tend to stay away from using a fixed font-size in a GTK.CSS - Sep 18 2017
Totally beside the point perhaps but what is 'revieve'? Do you mean revive or revival? - Sep 04 2017
for example the entry-error background not being red) - Sep 04 2017
I've been looking over your theme and noticed that - for the combo box -arrow - you use a double arrow-SVG. Which looks fine, but its fixed position is troublesome when the font is smaller or bigger than normal. It then gets out of its normal center place. If tried something similar and ran into the same issue. Unfortunately I couldn't come up with a decent solution, so I abandoned the idea.... Other than that, it looks promising. But still allot of ground to cover (for exa - Sep 04 2017
going in the right direction... - Aug 03 2017
Really appreciate the things you've done with my theme. It's an interesting learning experience to see the changes you've made to my CSS-code. So thumbs up! But you should check the logs: Your theme is flooding it with errors, mainly because you use depreciated code. It is easy to fix though.... - Aug 03 2017
Yaru-Colors

GTK3 Themes
by jannomag

Score 90.0%
Nov 01 2019
Electra REMIX

GTK3 Themes
by Shenron

Score 50.0%
May 12 2018
watch

GTK3 Themes
by elbullazul

Score 66.7%
May 15 2018
Shadow

Full Icon Themes
by Barud

Score 80.7%
May 13 2018
xenlism : Storm

Full Icon Themes
by exenatt

Score 70.0%
May 13 2018
Score 68.6%
May 13 2018
Numix

Plasma Themes
by x-varlesh-x

Score 70.0%
May 13 2018
UNITY8 - RE-DESIGNED

Gnome Shell Themes
by unc926

Score 83.6%
May 12 2018
Score 81.8%
May 12 2018
flat icons Oranchelo

Full Icon Themes
by zayronXIO

Score 87.1%
May 12 2018
Obsidian Icon Theme

Full Icon Themes
by madmaxms

Score 83.4%
May 12 2018
Score 80.6%
May 12 2018
McHigh Sierra

GTK3 Themes
by vinceliuice

Score 86.6%
May 12 2018
Snow

GTK3 Themes
by eliverlara

Score 84.5%
May 12 2018
Equilux Theme

GTK3 Themes
by ddnexus

Score 82.8%
May 12 2018
Ultimate Maia

GTK3 Themes
by bolimage

Score 89.8%
May 12 2018
Papirus

Full Icon Themes
by x-varlesh-x

Score 89.9%
May 12 2018
Score 81.5%
May 12 2018
Score 76.7%
May 12 2018
Suru Plus Ubuntu

Full Icon Themes
by Magog64

Score 84.7%
May 12 2018
Score 72.2%
May 12 2018
Ant Themes

GTK3 Themes
by eliverlara

Score 87.0%
May 12 2018
Qogir theme

GTK3 Themes
by vinceliuice

Score 89.9%
May 12 2018
Electra REMIX

GTK3 Themes
by Shenron

Score 50.0%
May 12 2018
focus effect update

Gnome Extensions
by dams69

Score 70.0%
May 12 2018

dima-k

Jun 06 2020

jdawgnoonan

May 05 2020
Score 78.6%
1   Feb 26 2020
Not orinigal, just a mod. Yet claims to be original (next to the title-name above)
Korla

Full Icon Themes
by tarma

Score 90.9%
10   Dec 15 2019
10 the best
Modjave

GTK3 Themes
by hunterjs

Score 71.0%
4   Jul 14 2019
4 soso the nautilus headerbar dual color is out of line with the sidebar-color, so it looks broken. And if you resize the sidebar the headerbar does not follow
Score 90.8%
9   Jun 11 2019
9 excellent
Canta theme

GTK3 Themes
by vinceliuice

Score 85.8%
9   Sep 21 2018
+ Nice idea with nautilus
LivingRoom

GTK3 Themes
by g-nome

Score 74.5%
9   Aug 27 2018
+
Shadow

Full Icon Themes
by Barud

Score 80.7%
9   May 13 2018
xenlism : Storm

Full Icon Themes
by exenatt

Score 70.0%
9   May 13 2018
Score 68.6%
9   May 13 2018
Great complete theme
Numix

Plasma Themes
by x-varlesh-x

Score 70.0%
9   May 13 2018
UNITY8 - RE-DESIGNED

Gnome Shell Themes
by unc926

Score 83.6%
9   May 12 2018
Score 81.8%
9   May 12 2018
flat icons Oranchelo

Full Icon Themes
by zayronXIO

Score 87.1%
9   May 12 2018
Obsidian Icon Theme

Full Icon Themes
by madmaxms

Score 83.4%
9   May 12 2018
McHigh Sierra

GTK3 Themes
by vinceliuice

Score 86.6%
9   May 12 2018
good job
Equilux Theme

GTK3 Themes
by ddnexus

Score 82.8%
9   May 12 2018
Great
Papirus

Full Icon Themes
by x-varlesh-x

Score 89.9%
9   May 12 2018
a + for working on this tremendous icon theme
Suru Plus Ubuntu

Full Icon Themes
by Magog64

Score 84.7%
9   May 12 2018
a + for your continous effort
Nimbus

GTK3 Themes
by elbullazul

Score 67.1%
9   May 11 2018
Score 73.8%
9   Aug 03 2017
going in the right direction...