Prof-Gnome-theme

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 452 comments

https://www.pexels.com/photo/aerial-photography-of-people-on-beach-1936936/ - Dec 09 2019
McOS-themes

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 270 comments

much appreciated - Dec 08 2019
Prof-Gnome-theme

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 452 comments

nope, this is the gnome-desktop with dash-to-panel extension. Thanks - Dec 07 2019
McOS-themes

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 270 comments

appreciate it, thank you - Nov 26 2019
Prof-Gnome-theme

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 452 comments

Thank you. Blue folder icons? Those are part of an icon-theme. So not supplied. - Nov 26 2019
Prof-XFCE-theme

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes by paulxfce 30 comments

Thanks, performance should be good. Because gtk3 uses minimal graphics. - Nov 17 2019
Prof-XFCE-theme

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes by paulxfce 30 comments

thanks - Nov 16 2019
Prof-XFCE-theme

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes by paulxfce 30 comments

The thing is: you can not achieve the same level of theming with XFCE. Nautilus is allot easier to change than Thunar. XFCE-applications are more difficult to modify in CSS than Gnome-applications.
Things are changing however, as XFCE moved to GTK3. But most distributions stick to old fashioned applications. Still using GTK2 or QT, it is horrendously difficult to unify the look.
Themingwise my focus (lately) is to mimimize the graphics: this theme's GTK3- buttons, for example, are almost entirely written in CSS. Buttons, titlebuttons, sliders switches,... are pure CSS. This is meant to increase the snappiness of the theme. Next, this theme also uses REM (instead of pixels) at key-places , so it is better at changing, when you choose to increase the scaling.

Colourful themes ? Perhaps. I do prefer an easy-to-eyes-colorpallet. - Nov 06 2019
Prof-Gnome-theme

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 452 comments

Thank you for pointing that out.
It seems all my themes had the same problem...
But I found the solution. In version 1.1 the dialog focused buttond whil show a dashed line within the button.
So thank you again denezpariz ! - Nov 05 2019
Prof-XFCE-theme

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes by paulxfce 30 comments

thank you
- Nov 05 2019
Prof-XFCE-theme

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes by paulxfce 30 comments

Appriciate it , thanks - Nov 05 2019
Prof-Gnome-theme

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 452 comments

Look for Prof-XFCE-theme. This is the XFCE-version. - Nov 04 2019
Prof-Gnome-theme

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 452 comments

thanks - Nov 04 2019
Prof-Gnome-theme

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 452 comments

I will - Nov 03 2019
Flexi-Gnome

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 17 comments

thank you - Oct 27 2019
Flexi-Gnome

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 17 comments

Thanx - Oct 27 2019
Flexi-Gnome

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 17 comments

Thank you, I did spend more than a little effort in perfecting this - Oct 27 2019
McOS-themes

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 270 comments

That has nothing to do with this GTK-theme. It is the icon-theme that you are using , that shows you the apple logo. - Oct 14 2019
Modjave

GTK3/4 Themes by hunterjs 10 comments

Giving the nautilus-window headerbar a fixed gradient of 210 pixels is simply not enough. Because if people manually resize the sidebar it is more (or less) then the 210px), so the headerbar's first color is out of line. This defeats the purpose of your idea to make it look as if it is one straight column.
Next it will only look that way if the titlebar window-controls are all active and at the left-side; and if the users has no other extensions installed that show on the headerbar.
Finally, it only works in gnome with nautilus, no other DE - Jul 14 2019
Modjave

GTK3/4 Themes by hunterjs 10 comments

4 soso
the nautilus headerbar dual color is out of line with the sidebar-color, so it looks broken.
And if you resize the sidebar the headerbar does not follow - Jul 14 2019
Layan gtk theme

GTK3/4 Themes by vinceliuice 233 comments

As one themer to another, really excellent work. Especially the rounded bottom-corners. Too bad they only work on true gnome-applications. Technically a fine job, and original in concept.

Too bad, we need to earn most of our plings with yet another osx-clone. But people here should really pay more attention to original themes like this one. They should be rewarded more. I know how much work you have put into it. But generally the effort is not really rewarding in plings. - Jun 11 2019
Layan gtk theme

GTK3/4 Themes by vinceliuice 233 comments

9 excellent - Jun 11 2019
McOS-themes

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 270 comments

You're right! uploaded a corrected version (2.1) for the gnome 3.32 desktop. This version is ready for Ubuntu 19.04 - Apr 01 2019
Flexium

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 28 comments

Thanks, I've changed the description of the theme accordingly. - Mar 18 2019
Flexium

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 28 comments

V2 has improved radio-and checkbuttons - Mar 18 2019
Flexium

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 28 comments

Looks good - Mar 17 2019
Flexium

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 28 comments

I have uploaded semi-transparent versions - Mar 11 2019
McOS-themes

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 270 comments

Very strange. I use the latest manjaro XFCE-edition. Your distro does not seem to read the code for the panel. Anyhow, theming for XFCE is difficult, because of the transition to GTK3. Every distro uses different components (either GTK2 or GTK3), so my theme may seem fine on my end, not at yours... On top of that, some XFCE-distro's decided to default-install the GTK-Classic package (or mushrooms) to do away with the gnome-headerbar. This rapes the theme's layout.

I decided to hold of any further development on XFCE until it settles down. - Mar 10 2019
McOS-themes

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 270 comments

Which version are you using? The newest (gn-3.32) only supports gnome, not xfce. - Mar 09 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

True, I'll have a look at it. - Mar 08 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

Please comment on how this theme (Nextwaita.SCALE) performs on high resolution-screens. I can not test this myself.... - Feb 20 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

Looks fine :) - Feb 20 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

Ya, hmmmm.... - Feb 19 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

Many thanks - Feb 19 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

Coming up - Feb 19 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

I'll check it, thanks - Feb 18 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

The 1.4 release will address that
- Feb 17 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

in the 1.3-release there is now a separate 'Nextwaita-dark ' available - Feb 15 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

there is no support for XFCE for the moment. It's on the TODO-list though... - Feb 15 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

Read further down in the comments. - Feb 15 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

thanks - Feb 14 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

much appreciated - Feb 14 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

thank you - Feb 14 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

thanks,
I'm still working on it.
The dark-theme NewAdwaita uses, is in my opinion to dark, and the fontcolor too white. So I'm trying to improve the readability. - Feb 13 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

you're welcome - Feb 13 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

Never mind, I understand it needs to be available at flathub. - Feb 12 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

If you apply the theme systemwide (usr/share/themes) ? - Feb 12 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

There is a trimmed version now available :) - Feb 12 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

I see, you want an even slimmer version. I'll try to find a solution. - Feb 12 2019
Nextwaita

GTK3/4 Themes by paulxfce 138 comments

The shell is basically the standard shell that comes with Ubuntu 18.10. as of March, I believe, Gnome will come with a new version of shell. So I'm hesitant to commend you anything at this point. - Feb 12 2019