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GTK3 Themes

HackStation

GTK3 Themes Oct 08 2014
Score 59%
59 Likes
41 Dislikes
Icon Themes

Ghost Flat

Icon Themes Oct 04 2014
Score 50%
50 Likes
50 Dislikes
HackStation

GTK3 Themes 10 comments

Score 59%
59 Likes
41 Dislikes
Oct 08 2014
sadly no. You will have to re-size the icons. - Aug 01 2015
Yeah, sorry. Forgot to write requirements.

Requirements for gtk3 theme is only gnome-themes-standard package.
Requirements for gtk2 theme is gtk-engines and gtk-engine-murrine. - Oct 08 2014
Yeah, sorry. Forgot to write requirements.

Requirements for gtk3 theme is only gnome-themes-standard package.
Requirements for gtk2 theme is gtk-engines and gtk-engine-murrine. - Oct 08 2014
Yeah, sorry. Forgot to write requirements.

Requirements for gtk3 theme is only gnome-themes-standard package.
Requirements for gtk2 theme is gtk-engines and gtk-engine-murrine. - Oct 08 2014
McHigh Sierra

GTK3 Themes 280 comments

Score 81%
81 Likes
19 Dislikes
1 day ago
that should have gone to later comment which was menu problem. Regardless, as addition, remove menu in button-layout to get clean title bar. - Dec 20 2014
Again, solved by myself alone -.-

Anyhow, just reverse the order of buttons in dconf:
close,maximize,minimize:menu

that should do the job. Happy computing or whatever you do. Cheers! - Dec 20 2014
Im using Linux Mint 17.1 and my exit, minimize, maximize buttons are on right. dconf is not doing the job since it just moves them to the left with same order(exit button is on right, regardless side). Any fix? - Dec 20 2014
EDIT: You have to add 2 more lines to your index.theme to make Metacity to work.

Under MetacityTheme=Snowbird, add:
IconTheme=ICON THEME HERE
CursorTheme=DMZ-Black

This should do the trick. - Oct 08 2014
Unable to open with MATE. - Oct 08 2014
McHigh Sierra

GTK3 Themes

Score 81%
81 Likes
19 Dislikes
Oct 08 2014
McHigh Sierra

GTK3 Themes

Score 81%
81 Likes
19 Dislikes
Oct 08 2014