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Adwaita Elements

   0.4.1  

GTK 3.x Theme/Style

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Adwaita Elements
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Downloads:  11092
Submitted:  May 26 2011
Updated:  Jun 14 2013

Description:

This is Adwaita Elements, a theme inspired by Adwaita,Elementary & Clearlooks Revamp hence the name Adwaita Elements.

To fix the issue with the text of selected menu items in Firefox and
Thunderbird, copy the userChrome.css in both
~/.mozilla/firefox/xxxxxxxx.default/chrome/ and
~/.thunderbird/xxxxxxxx.default/chrome/




Changelog:

* GTK 3: .menu .menuitem
fixed background color
shrinked padding from 3px to 2px

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* GTK3: Cleanups
Removed DND borders
Removed button active,focused borders

* GTK3: Added entries shadows
Added tab gradients

* Metacity:
New metacity theme based of Cleaner Adwaita Buttons


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* Merged OSD from Adwaita

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* Fixed padding - GTK3 menuitem
* Fixed Nemo sidebar

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Now supported by Gnome 3.8

* Fixed Menubar menuitem background with propery background-color: transparent;
this should also be done upstream in the Clearlooks Phoenix theme

* Fixed GTKIconView should affect applications like
gnome-control-center, cinnamon-control-center, pavucontrol etc

* Fixed nautilus desktop icons
* Fixed Frames
* Some scrollbar changes

(The right-click menu in nautilus, is displayed in a darker color, i'll look into to this as soon as possible)

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* Fixed padding - GTK3 tabs
* Fixed padding - GTK3 menubar
* Fixed padding - GTK2 toolbar

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* Fixed GTK2 Menu, and removed warnings
* Fixed GTK2 Tooltip fixed & Menus
* Fixed Menus & Scrollbars

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Adwaita Elements is now based on the clearlooks-phenix,
note this is a preview release

* I want the theme buttons to look like the ones in the GTK2 theme, any help is nice =D




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 Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by Peyton on: Apr 24 2013
 
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Hey guys just wanted to point out that Gnome 3.8 broke the theme, i am waiting for my base-theme Clearlooks-Phenix to release an update, once that's done i will fix this theme, just have patience =D


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 Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by HamishWilson on: Apr 29 2013
 
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Yeah, I am holding up on upgrading until you can get around to that. Thanks for the heads up.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by Peyton on: May 1 2013
 
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New release go ahead and try it out with Gnome 3.8 =D


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 Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by HamishWilson on: May 2 2013
 
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It works fine, except for the the fact that application menu bars are once again inconsistent between GTK2 and GTK3, in both height and the spacing between items (I prefer the GTK2 spacing).

http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/17/elementsproblem.png/


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by Peyton on: May 2 2013
 
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Updated the theme, try it out now


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by HamishWilson on: May 2 2013
 
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That is definitely better, but the GTK3 menu bar now appears to be about 2 pixels too large (checked against each other in the GIMP) and GTK2 still allows for more horizontal space between entries.

Excuse my pedanticism. ;)


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by Peyton on: May 2 2013
 
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Try now



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by HamishWilson on: May 2 2013
 
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There are the now the same size, thank you. The horizontal space between entries is still different, but I suppose I could get used to that. It is not a real huge issue.

Thank you for putting up with my concerns.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish


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  Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by Peyton on: May 2 2013
 
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Don't worry keep reporting errors, i will certainly look into this, there's just old code from the old Adwaita Elements merged togheter with Clearlooks-Phoenix and, there's horizontal & vertical paddings specified in the menuitem property at the same time there's only a vertical padding specified in the menubar property, making things messy sometimes.

The theme does indeed need a clean up, but i will look into the issue and keep reporting until you are satisfied =D *I'll try to see if i can look into this tonight*

Thanks for using my theme.


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 Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by Peyton on: May 8 2013
 
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Try now Hamish Wilson


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 Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by HamishWilson on: May 9 2013
 
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Much better, though perhaps 2 pixels larger than with the GTK2 ones (again, checked with Gimp).


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by Peyton on: May 10 2013
 
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I am shrinking it 1px at a time, try again now


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Gnome 3.8 Broke The Theme

 
 by HamishWilson on: May 10 2013
 
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That does seem to fix that. :)

Speaking of nitpicks, I noticed the GTK3 text is ever so slightly paler than the GTK2 ones.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Wonderful button captions

 
 by Peyton on: May 28 2013
 
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Try this metacity theme togheter with Adwaita Elements http://jamiepgs.deviantart.com/art/Cleaner-Adwaita-Buttons-268982576

Yes it will not blend in perfecly, but those captions is the ones i want, though porting the metacity theme will be alot of work, for me atleast, since it does not use pixmaps.

If anyone would help me out i would love it, perhaps ask the designer, but this is just to much work for me.

I will try though, but any help would be great


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 Re: Wonderful button captions

 
 by Peyton on: May 29 2013
 
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The thing is this, my Metacity theme is written in Metacity 1.x code, and the wonderful adwaita theme is written in metacity 2.x code, i know it sounds odd,

Anyhow i cannot simply copy & paste the window captions from the new Adwaita theme, since it will not work togheter with metacity 1.x code since it's not compatible.

And i cannot take my code in the new Adwaita theme since it's not compatible with metacity 2.x 3.x code.

So my only option is this take the new Adwaita theme, learn the new code, and start over theming it to look like the old one, with just newer captions.

And that's why it's so hard, but i will try and see were it goes.


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 Re: Re: Wonderful button captions

 
 by Peyton on: May 31 2013
 
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I have tried to contact the author to the theme Cleaner Adwaita Buttons, asking for help to port those captions to this theme.


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 Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 6 2013
 
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Okey i have now updated the metacity theme, withe the codebase based of Cleaner Adwaita Buttons, hope you enjoy it =D


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 Re: Theme update

 
 by HamishWilson on: Jun 6 2013
 
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Sorry to keep harping on about this, but I did truly prefer the older thicker application menu bars. While the new ones are at least consistent between GTK2 and GTK3, which has been my main complaint before, I must admit to not taking much of a shine to the constrained text spacing on the newer, shorter ones.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 6 2013
 
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Can you send me a screenshot showing the difference between the GTK2 and GTK3 ones and i'll have a look at it, sorry if i missed that


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 Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 6 2013
 
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Or show me how the old ones looked compared to the new ones if possible?


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 Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 6 2013
 
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Or even better, join me at #adwaiata-elements on irc.freenode.org


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 Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by HamishWilson on: Jun 6 2013
 
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You did not miss a difference between GTK2 and GTK3, I just dislike the new shorter height. I notice that in LibreOffice no matter what the height is 25px, so maybe we could settle on that, just to make everything consistent.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 7 2013
 
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Ahhh yeah i made shrunk the menubar indeed since the window-border become a little bigger, i have reverted the changes and updated the theme package, the i can probably fix the window border by properly reevaluating the issue, just keep reporting further isssues, thanks for using my theme =D
btw is there anything else you want me to tix?



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 Re: Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by HamishWilson on: Jun 7 2013
 
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There is an odd thing which happens with the menus of nm-applet and and the one you get when you left clik in gedit.

http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/859/oddmenus.png


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish


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 Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 11 2013
 
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Hey i did not hear back from you, do you still have the issues with the menus? i do not myself have them, since i run cinnamon. You are running classic mode right? just give me a shout and i will try to reproduce you'r issue and try to find a solution.
When i get back today i will try running Gnome in Fallback/Classic mode.



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 Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 7 2013
 
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And this did not hapen i previous versions?
Wich DE are you running, MATE?
i'll install and try it out there


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 Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 7 2013
 
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Sorry stupid question of me, you are running Gnome 3 in Fallback mode right or is it called Classic mode nowdays?


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 Re: Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by HamishWilson on: Jun 11 2013
 
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Actually, I run the theme with Xfce and LXDE. So the GTK2 one is my main one, with GTK3 theming only being used for my GTK3 applications (primarily Audacious, Gnome Mplayer, Gedit, some newer system configuration GUIs, and the few other Gnome applications I still use).


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 11 2013
 
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Okey i'll install XFCE and try to reproduce the error and hopefully fix it.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by Peyton on: Jun 14 2013
 
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The odd GTK3 menu behaviour, should now be fixed, wich should affect the NM-Applet issue.

Regarding to the right click issue with gedit seems to be a gedit bug, Adwaita, Zukitwo, and others seem to have this issue as well, i would state that as a gedit bug.

When i tried this theme in XFCE i found out that GTK2 menuitems are smaller than the GTK3 ones, i personally would like to increase xthickness & ythickness with 1px to keep semi-consistency with the GTK3 counterparts.

I don't know what you would like of this, so i left that one out for the moment, meaning no change.

Also i would really recommend trying out the Cinnamon desktop with Nemo filebrowser, and xfce4-terminal, but it's all up to you, but i fell direcly in love with it since day one.

Thanks for being such a great supporter, and i will always appreciate your reports =D


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Theme update

 
 by HamishWilson on: Jun 14 2013
 
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Thanks for all your work, that does appear to have fixed the problem.

Regarding desktops, the main reason I am on Xfce is that I use Zaphod Mode for handling my two monitors, and other than KDE it is the only one that handles it properly.

http://img703.imageshack.us/img703/4026/j8o.png

Besides, I have now gotten myself quite comfortable with it, although interestingly I use certain LXDE applications (lxrandr, lxterminal, lxtask) to round out the desktop instead of using the prescribed Xfce tools.

Regarding the menus, consistency is what we have always strived for, so try it.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 GTK+ 3.10

 
 by HamishWilson on: Oct 7 2013
 
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So how are things shaping up for using the theme with GTK+ 3.10?


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: GTK+ 3.10

 
 by HamishWilson on: Oct 20 2013
 
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So no word on this?


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: GTK+ 3.10

 
 by HamishWilson on: Nov 5 2013
 
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I would really appreciate some information on this as it is the main thing keeping me from upgrading my Arch install.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Re: Re: Re: GTK+ 3.10

 
 by HamishWilson on: Nov 30 2013
 
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So I just went and finally got my updates and was pleasantly surprised to find that nothing seems to be broken when it comes to any of my GTK3 applications even though they are now using GTK 3.10.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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 Theme broken with GTK 3.12

 
 by HamishWilson on: Apr 16 2014
 
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The theme is now broken with GTK 3.12.


Thank you,
Hamish Paul Wilson

http://icculus.org/~hamish

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