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Guilmour ASC São Paulo - SP, Brazil

Pho-Herb

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Pho-Cinnamon

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Pho-Champagne

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Pho-Deviant

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Pho-Gilded

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Pho-Rosepetals

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Pho-Rosewood

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Pho-Myrtus

GTK3 Themes 2 days ago
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Fruta-Mint

GTK3 Themes Jan 07 2016
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Pho-Rosewood

GTK3 Themes 5 comments

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2 days ago
On GTK2, go to line 112. There's a "roundness" property, so changing its value to "0" will be the trick. Also, change the roundness to "0", on line 340. - 2 days ago
Thanks for the appreciation!
Responding to the questions:

1 · Try changing the sidebar's border-right (and border-left) to "none" [gtk-contained.css : Lines 4193, 4196].
2 · Buttons' roundness is defined in line 573 [gtk-contained.css]. To combine the roundness also on text entries, combo buttons, etc., search in the CSS file for every "border-radius: 5px", "border-top-left-radius: 5px", "border-bottom-left-radius: 5px", "border-top-right-radius: 5px", "border-bottom-right-radius: 5px", and change the value to 0px (if you really want the square form).

Also, don't forget to make the changes to "gtk-contained-dark.css". - 2 days ago
Pho-Gilded

GTK3 Themes 4 comments

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2 days ago
Hey, wassup... So, there's the option to move these controls to the left in Gnome Tweaks, right on the "Windows" section. It will be the last option ("positioning"). - Jun 06 2018