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Elegant-Arch gtk3 by TheDeviantMars Elegant-Arch gtk3 by TheDeviantMars
Almost finished a new -dark- theme:

Elegant-Arch gtk3!

Based on Elegant-Brit gtk3 by ~grvrulz

-initial release

License: gpl

WARNING: this won't work (yet) with gtk 3.1, so stick with 3.0 or use another theme while i'll fix it :)
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GamingVideosRS Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013
I really liked your conky, please share it :)
Zenolijo Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013
That transparent statusbar looks wonderful!
How did you do that? I have installed cairo, loaded it into awesome and set transparency to 0.8, but what's awesome wms class? I am pretty new to awesome btw
TheDeviantMars Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2013
Sorry It's been 2 years I don't use awesome anymore...
I don't remember
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Saedroth Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2011
Hi TheDeviantMars. Congratulation and thank you for this beautiful theme. I hope you will upgrade it soon, it really adds something to Gnome.
TheDeviantMars Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012
did you try it in gnome 3.2 and tell me what works and what no? :)
Saedroth Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2012
Yes I did. First, let's speak about nautilus:


As you can see, the text is black and should be white, the left and top panels background is white and should be black, with orange bars instead of blue ones.

The right-click menu is okay but the selected items are orange (they should be blue, no?). Selected buttons become pink.

The system settings window also look strange:


That's the main problems I've noticed so far, but I will send you some feedback if I find other bugs.
gorillanobaka00 Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2011
Hi TheDeviantMars

Awensome work

I have just installed elegant arch on my ubuntu 11.10 gnomefallback

I was looking trough the code in the gtkcss..

@define-color toolbar_color_b #cfcfcf; that was the default color

With the original value for some reason the selected buttons were pink see the screenshot taken at 2011-12-23 14:00:24 [link]

I modified the original value to @define-color toolbar_color_b #000000; ##

And the problem corrected as you can see in the Screenshot at 2011-12-23 13:55:09


JUst wanted to ask you .. can you replicate the problem?

TheDeviantMars Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012
in 2nd screenshot i see you solved the pink bug,
but it's now a totally different theme.
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