Zukitwo
GTK3 Themes
Description:

Important note: This theme is designed for Gnome 3.18 and Gnome 3.20.

Get the absolute latest version from github: https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes

Get it for Gnome 3.18: (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS users get this one.) https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes/tree/3.18

To download click Download zip button on github or clone from git with:
git clone https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes.git

Older unsupported release: https://github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-themes/tree/v.3.14-1

OTHER INFO
Wallpaper: http://fiftyfootshadows.net/2011/09/14/between-here-and-there/
Font: Droid Sans
Icons: Faenza-Dark

Note: Current screenshot is very old and the theme has changed a little bit since then. Just cba taking a new one. ;-)
Last changelog:

1 year ago

2016.04.18
- Theme updated to 3.18 and 3.20.

temagenom

1 month ago

maknyus......... i use zukitre and numix icons

thanks

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a7med7amdy

1 year ago

This is the best theme for the computer (not only linux) in the world

everything works very well, no bugs anywhere

please continue support it

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Magnusmaster

1 year ago

I liked the darker shade of blue of the old version of the theme better. Also, the theming on the Preferences dialog of Monodevelop is wrong. Wrong text color, invisible text boxes and combo bars, etc. Zukitre works fine with Monodevelop though.

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DeadMetaler

1 year ago

I make a small video with a demonstration.
https://youtu.be/qRr_ZkOoQ5M

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gunvolt

1 year ago

I use Linux Mint 17.3. When Mint 18 comes out, I might do a continuation of this and Faenza.
Zukitwo is amazing. It is the only theme I have found that is consistent and blends well, but isn't flat(a good design style, but lazy)

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gunvolt

1 year ago

Actually, there is a Faenza continuation (RAVE-X-CX), I'll use that. But, still, there is the possibility of Zukitwo continues

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gunvolt

1 year ago

Found a Zukitwo continuation that itself was discontinued, this is my codebase now
Versions of the continuation will be here:
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=174992

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itsjustarumour2

1 year ago

The best GTK3 theme ever made, which has done so much to make Linux desktops bearable.

Is Zukitwo abandonware now? :-(

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gunvolt

1 year ago

Nothing GPL'd and popular is abandonware. Just saying. It's only abandonware for a year or two.

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gunvolt

1 year ago

Actually, I recently uploaded a GTK 3.16 version of Zukitwo, which I plan to update to GTK 3.18: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Zukitwo+Reloaded?content=174992

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RenHoek

2 years ago

Hey Lars, Your awesome. and so are your themes.

I am not sure what to do I have been racking my brain trying to fix this (And I would send that fix to you of coerce).

Basically there is a bug in Ubuntu 15.04 & GTK 3.14 with Unity where you can not re-size the Gnome-Terminal window when using the Zukiwo theme. The window just curls up like a turtle going into it's shell. And you have to close the window. And if you keep trying to resize it xorg usage will spike to high CPU usage.

This is clearly a bug in the Gnome-Terminal implementation in unity and not really your themes fault but I am wondering if a work around can be found. (I am looking as well)

This does not happen in any other desktop besides unity and does not happen in any other apps I can tell. Even other terminal apps.

I am not sure where to start but I have been slowly going though looking for what could be going wrong. Just wanted to report it to you.

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chroot

2 years ago

Hi! Thank you for the great theme. It's really awesome, and very please for eyes. Thank you very much! The only thing why I use Gnome instead of KDE.
Found some color problems in totem 3.14 & baobab (dysk space analyzer), can you fix it, please?
Here's screen:
http://i.imgur.com/XcoY7yL.png
Good luck! May the Force be with you!

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johnnada

2 years ago

Hi, this is one one of my favorite theme ! Could you add support for the gnome flashback session ? I use Debian Testing (Jessie) and the panel looks like this : https://imgur.com/gWhxNPf
Thanks !

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Vortex0965

2 years ago

There is a small bug in the new version(gnome 3.14), the maximize button is still present even if I remove it with gnome- tweak -tool

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lassekongo83

2 years ago

If you only use the close and minimize button that maximize button should still be the minimize button. The CSS can't know if there are 3 or 2 buttons on the titlebar and will use whatever nth-child in order. So you either have to use 3 buttons or just 1, or edit the CSS manually to not use the maximize glyph.

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Vortex0965

2 years ago

Ok,thanks for reply :)

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Magnusmaster

2 years ago

Please port this great theme to 3.14! GNOME broke stuff again :(

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farnsworth

2 years ago

Very nice theme!
I have a question, is there a way to reduce height of gtk3 tabs (like tabs in nautilus/files) ?

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farnsworth

2 years ago

I just noticed that nautilus and gedit tabs have not the same height, nautilus tabs are taller than other gnome apps.

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costil

3 years ago

I have a round close button and not a plain "X" as shown on the images, is this the way it's supposed to be?

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lassekongo83

3 years ago

Yep, that's a change I did after I made the preview.

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indieross

2 years ago

Is there a simple way to revert back to the default adwaita buttons? I think the new buttons aren't that pretty and stick out like a sore thumb. Other than that this theme is simple wonderful.

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Magnusmaster

3 years ago

When I run an app with CSD in Xfce the icon for the fallback app menu is the same as the close button. The icon should be a circle with a ring around it, like in the Adwaita theme.

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lassekongo83

3 years ago

Can you provide more information on what apps you use? Any XFCE settings to get a "fallback app menu"?

I currently just have file-roller installed in my xfce WM and it just displays a common menubar below the CSD titlebar and nothing else out of the ordinary.

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lassekongo83

3 years ago

I understand what you mean now. This could be tricky or impossible to fix unless I completely remove the CSD buttons. I can only fix this for people using window buttons on the right side. So Ubuntu users would get a menu icon there instead of a close icon as it should be for them.

Hmm...

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1 year ago

2016.04.18
- Theme updated to 3.18 and 3.20.

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