19 days ago: "Total rebuild to accommodate Ubuntu: 19.10"

Hundreds of happy users since:

Best of luck to you.

- Jan 02 2020
Yep, that was the idea - to be wholly original. I'm glad you put plenty of thought into it, and then turned out to be ultimately satisfied. Thanks for trying! - Jan 02 2020
Let us know if we can be of any help to your quest for theming bliss; we are indeed lucky to have faithful users such as you. Best! - Dec 30 2019
We will help you with that, but not on this comment area; it is for quick comments though not for a semi-detailed tutorial. Just use the "PM" feature, designed for such a need, and someone from the team will gladly help you. Best Regards. - Dec 29 2019
You're welcome; thank you! - Dec 28 2019
Thank you! - Dec 28 2019
Thanks a bunch! - Dec 28 2019
Hah, I have actually been putting those together this week. Look for them by this upcoming Thurs/Fri (the very next update cycle). - Dec 28 2019
Thank you! - Dec 28 2019
Thank you! - Dec 28 2019
Thanks, Doc. - Dec 20 2019
Your welcome; and thank you, too. - Dec 20 2019
They are not published, at this point. Pleases look for them early next year. They will be part of a suite; though you will be able to keyword them. Thank you, as well. - Dec 20 2019
Me too, and it should. Happy Holidays, Roland! - Dec 20 2019
Thanks, bealsc, it should be quite a complete suite of variants, soon enough. Happy Holidays, my friend! - Dec 20 2019

GTK3 Themes by rtl88 5 comments

Oh, btw, thanks! - Dec 17 2019

GTK3 Themes by rtl88 5 comments

I wasn't able to tell vis-a-vis the number of DLs, if the reception was going to be worthy of such a rating; holiday anomalies in user visits are making it hard to gauge, I suppose. Well, at least you & I can see the virtue in the new theme. It really does perform better than its material parent. Material is still fledgling in mine, and others opinion - but people are nevertheless enthralled by it. - Dec 17 2019
Solarized Deluxe Icons and Animated Cursors

Full Icon Themes by rtl88 19 comments

Thanks; good to see you, again! - Dec 17 2019
Thank you! - Dec 15 2019
Thank you! - Dec 15 2019
You welcome; thank you! - Dec 15 2019
Thanks for noticing; yeah, I gotta keep our Solarized junkies in check. - Dec 15 2019
Because it was requested over the norma,l Numix architecture on the light variant. What I ended up doing is blending the favored elements of both on this update, here. By the way, we've all been testing the two variants, on several platforms. Looking good; come and get! - Dec 14 2019
Total rebuild to accommodate Ubuntu: 19.10 (others distros will notice a few nice tweaks too) - Dec 14 2019
Total rebuild to accommodate Ubuntu: 19.10 (others distros will notice a few nice tweaks too) - Dec 14 2019
Total rebuild to accommodate Ubuntu: 19.10 (others distros will notice a few nice tweaks too) - Dec 14 2019
Good deal, Give us a day or so. Keep your notifications on, or check back in a day (or two at the most). If it is isolated to Ubuntu: 19.10, then a file will be added for that version of the distro. We've had to do that before, in similar situations. Thank you for the feedback, and use of the theme, foobar. - Dec 13 2019
Okay, I'll put my best member on it asap, and see if we can figure out what is happening on your box versus ours. Solarized is an important theme to a lot of people.

It hasn't been updated in a month, so perhaps we're just dealing with a match up challenge vis-a-vis your distro's 3.34.1. The tester machine, here, is openSUSE, what is yours, so we can go from there? - Dec 13 2019
This is what it looks like, right now, on a GNOME tester machine:


I also noticed you put up this rating and review:


I'm not sure why your version of GNOME is doing that, but if you like the the full theme version of the shell, you can take the entire gnome-shell folder out of the theme's main folder and it will be just the shell at that point. Let me know, and thanks for the 10! - Dec 13 2019
That is really good to hear, bealsc. It seems like, with every update of this theme, my OCD kicks in on securing the tiniest improvement in definition. I think it is because, though I loved the original Arc-Dark, it was never dark enough - and the definition was somewhat muddled vis-a-vis my eyesight, at least. Arc-Darkest came on the scene to address all of that; so, I'm thinking it has to be perfect or what's the point. - Dec 09 2019
My pleasure; your welcome! - Dec 08 2019
Thank you! - Dec 08 2019
Almost... good eye! - Dec 05 2019
The first 7 colors are up (go look). I may do something different with the 'Kiwi... and make it a forest-green (your opinion?). No dust or wine, yet; but I wanted to get started with these (fairly) well-tested variants. - Dec 03 2019
I tore it apart yesterday, when I saw your note; I'm still trying to get that to line up. We'll get it; thanks! - Dec 02 2019
Yep, all of that is in the works; I appreciate the hue suggestions! I'll go over your palette again tomorrow. - Dec 02 2019
Hah, yep, Pistachio took a tad of effort this time. I think it turned out better than I expected this update though. Thanks! - Dec 02 2019
Arc-ICONS Complete Icon and Folder Set

Full Icon Themes by rtl88 44 comments

Likewise; take care. - Nov 21 2019
Arc-ICONS Complete Icon and Folder Set

Full Icon Themes by rtl88 44 comments

The official word has only been: "the horst3180/arc-theme repository has been unmaintained since March 2017." Those of us who are trying to foster Arc are threaded throughout the Linux universe - namely, via project administrators/packaging maintainers from Arch-Linux Debian and Ubuntu, for the three principle GTK-variants. I am now upstream for Arch-Linux, and others, vis-a-vis the official-based icons which horst3180 barely started; and a host of us do the peripheral variants. Maybe you already knew most of that; sorry I can't be of more help. - Nov 20 2019
Hey there old acquaintance; it has been lonely around here; thanks! - Nov 18 2019
We have a six-to-eight multi-color version of Arc-Black currently under testing. I wish they would hurry up too! ;) - Nov 13 2019
Okay, morphis, I took care of that text-brightening need in GNOME; it's up there now. Keep in mind, this theme dims the text here-and-there, anyway. GNOME had it real low, though, before. Thanks for the input! - Nov 11 2019
Thanks for trying the theme. The team did consider a little lighter text on the new scheme. Some of our machines rendered it darker/lighter than others; high-def versus no high-def, etc. Most testers were heavy-dark-mode users, so I'll make a determination before the next update, via a control group of around 15 testers, in an 8 hour office environment. Take care! - Nov 11 2019
Well, here's what we come up with 3.34 on Debian (screenshot). We just can't make it mess up like the example shows - it still looks terrific. Later, I'll run it on that new Ubuntu though.

https://cn.opendesktop.org/img/a/6/1/f/78f61941a1aebbbefd4d3341cbac419eaf94.png - Nov 07 2019
sorry, "get any of the rpm" rather. - Nov 07 2019
Hah, well if I thought you really had 3.24 in your computer, it would be explained. But, you actually have 3.34. Nevertheless, I cannot any of get the rpm based machines, where I'm at now, to produce a bug, but I'll check with someone with Debian I can get with.

In the mean time, make sure your not actually running your rig with 3.24 ;)

Take care. - Nov 07 2019
Please, eh8t, allow me to apologize for the accusation, in case there is a logical explanation for your situation. It is true, the drop-downs and app-menus are coded almost white text. Therefore, I cannot say why you are rendering anything differently. I will personally look into it though. Again, sorry if offense was taken by other's comments. This theme is not worth all that. - Nov 06 2019

System Sounds by rtl88 27 comments

Hi, sengchanh-46, thanks for trying the sound theme. The icons you ask about are from the set: Arc-Darkest-Frost Two-Flavors-Icons.

Now, you already commented, about a week ago, that you liked them. So, if I understand correctly, you are just verifying those are the ones; and they of course they are.

Take Care. - Nov 06 2019

System Sounds by rtl88 27 comments

You bet; thanks for trying the sound theme! - Nov 06 2019
Thanks, bealsc, I love it too; sometimes we surprise ourselves. The Material Design is a game-changer on this one, though; it will give it broader appeal (visually). Thanks for the keen eye! - Nov 04 2019