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Dirk Mcbratney
United GNOME

GTK3 Themes 179 comments

Score 76%
76 Likes
24 Dislikes
Nov 22 2017
Better screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/z07ILqk.png - Nov 29 2017
Still the best theme ever, always getting better. Two minor quibbles - would it be possible to better articulate the division between two left-and-right snapped windows? Also, any chance of fixing this bug with curved corners trying to render in the split headerbars that appear in some apps?

https://i.imgur.com/LZFjLBX.png

The window screenshot makes it look transparent since it only renders toolkit elements I thnk, but normally it's a black triangle on one side of the division and a little distracting. - Nov 29 2017
How odd. I have another machine where I don't have any Qt apps installed and just installed KCalc (and all the KDE dependencies) to check, and it's falling back to something that looks like Oxygen, not that "naked" Windows 95 look. I get the same result regardless of what theme I have selected (At least with High Contrast, Adwaita, or United, since that's all I have installed on that machine.)

There are a couple of different ways to force Qt apps to follow your GTK styling - my preferred one is by installing qt5ct and setting the theming to GTK. But if this can be fixed via a theme index, that's good to know. - Jun 06 2017
I, uh, I broke something by removing existing default themes. Fixed. Ignore this comment. Love all the new changes, thanks again. = O - Jun 06 2017
I might be missing something obvious, but with qt5ct set to inherit my GTK theme under GNOME, my Qt apps definitely don't seem naked. What desktop are you using? Metacity shouldn't be involved, should it?

http://i.imgur.com/1ypYEGQ.png - Jun 05 2017
Are the new blue buttons that appear in certain places a Suru element? I've really appreciated all the other changes I've noticed, but those stick out a little! - Jun 05 2017
Yes please! - Jun 05 2017
That's not a theme thing - there are a number of ways to fix it, but Qt apps don't seem to inherit GNOME theming by default. I use qt5ct, which is a neat little settings app that allows you to configure Qt theming, including inheriting the system GKT2 theme. - May 25 2017
That's not a theme thing - there are a number of ways to fix it, but Qt apps don't seem to inherit GNOME theming by default. I use qt5ct, which is a neat little settings app that allows you to configure Qt theming, including inheriting the system GKT2 theme. - May 24 2017
Possible issue in Nautilus popover menu? Odd little edge case, I think, with an icon on a button where both have take the orange selected bg color.

http://i.imgur.com/pzW7Wsn.png

Not a thing, but if you're collecting. = ] - May 12 2017
Just want to say thanks again for all the work you've put into this theme over the last few days. It's come a long way since the first version and I think I've used each version you've uploaded. XD The result is really gorgeous. - Apr 17 2017
Fair enough. I don't know, the only text / fg color I can find in the .css is at the very end, and it's the #312830 used in the buttons and dropdown menus and so on, not the main window text color. - Apr 17 2017
As much as I liked the sedate effect of the gray text, I had trouble at times identifying inactive items vs. active ones. I think this more standard nearly-black text is a bit more practical even if it's not quite as unique! - Apr 17 2017
I largely preferred the original, too, even though it's less authentic. I like purple and the contrast with the orange widgets. I did fix my gtk.css to correct the checkboxes and radio buttons - though I might have missed some! Here's my fix.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/jn6vbqzz6j0nzd3/gtk.css?dl=0 - Apr 15 2017
How hilarious would it be for the United theme to be forked? XD - Apr 15 2017
Awesome, thanks! - Apr 15 2017
Okay, what am I doing wrong - I tried adding Chromium styling based on that of the Flat-Pat based version to apps.rc, so I can use system titlebars without it looking weird, but it changes nothing. = [

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/n59q6kccdf71ako/2017-04-15_00-09-53.png - Apr 15 2017
Such a beautiful theme, and a wonderful place to land after transitioning to GNOME from Unity - I'm on 16.04, so this was the impetus for me to switch to the Staging PPA, upgrade to GNOME 3.20 and uninstall Unity. This theme is such a beautiful symbol for the "united" future of the Ubuntu desktop. I hope there's a fix for those checkboxes soon, though! - Apr 14 2017
Uniform+

Icon Themes 77 comments

by ZMA
Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Jul 15 2018
Wow, this is just the shot of fun and color I needed. I love this icon set. And it's so complete! Thank you! - Jan 19 2016
Flattus norvegicus blue

GTK3 Themes 13 comments

Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
Nov 04 2012
Hmm. That was with Gnome 3.4 in Ubuntu 12.04. In 12.10, the current version, which has Gnome 3.6 but Nautilus 3.4, there's an odd break in the Home button between the icon and text.
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/17749392/Image%20Hosting/Screenshot%20from%202012-11-16%2019%3A33%3A07.png. - Nov 16 2012
Hmm. That was with Gnome 3.4 in Ubuntu 12.04. In 12.10, the current version, which has Gnome 3.6 but Nautilus 3.4, there's an odd break in the Home button between the icon and text.
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/17749392/Image%20Hosting/Screenshot%20from%202012-11-16%2019%3A33%3A07.png. - Nov 16 2012
Simple, modern, and attractive - I love this. Thanks for an awesome theme. - Nov 16 2012
kreator_theme

GTK2 Themes 38 comments

Score 70%
70 Likes
30 Dislikes
Mar 26 2010
I just wanted to say, I've been using this theme for over a year now and love it to pieces. = ) - Dec 30 2010
Uniform+

Icon Themes

Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Jan 19 2016
Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
Mar 11 2011
United GNOME

GTK3 Themes

Score 76%
76 Likes
24 Dislikes
Apr 15 2017
Uniform+

Icon Themes

by ZMA
Score 73%
73 Likes
27 Dislikes
Jan 19 2016