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Arrongin

GTK3 Themes 1 day ago
Score 74%
74 Likes
26 Dislikes

Gnome-OSX

GTK3 Themes Feb 16 2018
Score 82%
82 Likes
18 Dislikes

Orangini

GTK3 Themes Feb 16 2018
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes

Gn-OSX-XFCE-Edition

GTK3 Themes Jan 28 2018
Score 57%
57 Likes
43 Dislikes

PRO-D-XFCE

GTK3 Themes Jan 21 2018
Score 63%
63 Likes
37 Dislikes

PRO-Dark

GTK3 Themes Jan 09 2018
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes

T4G-theme

GTK3 Themes Nov 24 2017
Score 72%
72 Likes
28 Dislikes

Gn-Silver

GTK3 Themes Nov 24 2017
Score 65%
65 Likes
35 Dislikes

Gnome-PRO

GTK3 Themes Nov 23 2017
Score 71%
71 Likes
29 Dislikes

Gnome-Veteran

GTK3 Themes Nov 21 2017
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes

Ambiance-RW

GTK3 Themes Nov 11 2017
Score 71%
71 Likes
29 Dislikes

Space-Grey FV

GTK3 Themes Nov 02 2017
Score 54%
54 Likes
46 Dislikes

Gnome-CM

GTK3 Themes Sep 30 2017
Score 64%
64 Likes
36 Dislikes

MOBO-theme V2

GTK3 Themes Aug 27 2017
Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes

Arc-Red-OSX

XFCE/XFWM4 Themes Aug 23 2017
Score 57%
57 Likes
43 Dislikes

Gnome-OSX-T

GTK3 Themes Aug 02 2017
Score 53%
53 Likes
47 Dislikes

T4G-3-Blue theme

GTK3 Themes Jul 31 2017
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes

Vimix-winter-edition

GTK3 Themes Apr 10 2017
Score 67%
67 Likes
33 Dislikes

T4G-V2

GTK3 Themes Feb 14 2017
Score 70%
70 Likes
30 Dislikes
Gnome-OSX V -1-3-6 GTK3 Themes
314 comments
Score 82%
82 Likes
18 Dislikes
Feb 16 2018
I cannot reproduce the error in the screenshot. Please restart your computer ans see if the error remains. Switching themes can have awkward effects in Libre-office. 9 hours ago
it is a general problem (all themes) cannot download. Please try again later 15 hours ago
AS of 1.3.6 all themes have a NT (No Transparency) version. Feb 16 2018
Please specify your desktop and distro, and the app's in which this occurs. I can not reproduce the error on my desktop (ubuntu 17.10) Feb 13 2018
thanks, please tell me about the dock when finished Feb 08 2018
You're welcome Jan 30 2018
As I've mentioned before in the comments below: The space-grey-variant is an almost exact copy of the colors that Garageband and Logic PRO uses. The slightly 'duller' blue (also part of the colortheme ) is there for a reason: it is less of a strain on the eyes than the standard (more vivid) blue because of the dark surrounding. Which, if you use it for a long time, becomes really annoying. Designers of the LogicPRO-interface have tested it thoroughly I believe. Jan 08 2018
Backgrounds on menu's on a real mac (because of the translucent engine) are a washed-out version of the background-image. So they are never really white are grey. Unfortunately present GTK3 does not support true translucency yet. So I have to make do, with whatever there is available.The lightblue-gradient I use for the menu's is a design-choice. I feel this interprets the look.

Focused buttons is something I've been thinking about too. But my code is not using focused buttons, so I will have to review every button-code to make room for the focused state. This takes some time. But expect something in future versions. Jan 07 2018
The Space-grey is a gnome-interpretation of the Mac-OS-application Garageband and Logic-Pro. But apparently people's mindset about a dark theme is what they expect: completely dark. I will rethink this trough and perhaps build a new version. Jan 07 2018
I'm a bit confused. In the latest (V-1-3-2) there is no image set as .background. Only a background-color, ( rgba(236,236,236,0.999) which is necessary to enable transparency. Dec 20 2017
It is not as easy as it looks. Scaling in gnome is somewhat build in. But not without issues: Within this theme, many distances and sizes are set in px; which is fixed by default. This works fine with standard-resolutions. But look terrible, once you try to upscale, as it is in your case.

Next, Icon-size it something I cannot really control completely. So there are always some that remain small.

To get a decent result I would have to rewrite it from the ground up with the 150% increase in mind. Or I would have to rewrite it with using 'em' instead of 'px'. This 'em' is a relative-size-to-something (in this case the standard 'em'-size is 10px. ),but is not without issues either though.

To be frank: I'm not really equipped to address this. I have neither the expertise, nor the 4K-monitor to test it. I'm just a autodidact by trial and error. I'm not a developer, so I do not have full knowledge of GTK-theming. Dec 20 2017
Originally I developed Gnome-OSX and Gn-OSX-HighSierra as different themes. (and they were more different than now)

Now they are put together under one name: Gnome-osx. So I named the original Gnome-OSX to Gnome-OSX Traditional.

The differences are basically colors: the headerbar and titlebar are darker (and have more bulkiness because of the gradient-colors) in Gnome-OSX-traditional. Gnome-OSX-HighSierra has a flatter and lighter color-pallet in the headerbar-background, buttons and menu-titlebar. Dec 13 2017
Yes, is fixed in the latest version. Thank you for telling me! Dec 12 2017
That is what I did too, with my older versions (removing the gradient), but I was trying a elegant way out. But if you are happy with your solution, go ahead Dec 08 2017
You are right: the tabs need to be redesigned...another topic on the growing TODO-list Dec 08 2017
Deepin has a lot of custom-made apps that do not follow gtk properly. to make it work properly, would require to much work and expertise (I do not have). But, hey, if anyone cares to try.... Dec 08 2017
In sort: no. To much work, and it is a 'dead' end-job, because most distro's switch to higher (3.22+) gnome versions. That why I keep away from making a cinnamon-version (still use 3.18). Just upgrade to a newer distro that supports 3.20+. Dec 08 2017
Please test this version (download-link:)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ddKph3fvWTAyOP5o4DUvqMDb-4Jel3-_/view?usp=sharing

It is a bit difficult to correct something that I can't reproduce myself, so try this one, see if it works? Dec 07 2017
Well, I'm working on it. Replacing the hover-colors without transparency. I'll get back to you. Dec 07 2017
Arrongin 1.2 GTK3 Themes
17 comments
Score 74%
74 Likes
26 Dislikes
1 day ago
Yes, but I don't think the nautilus-hack would pass their requirements... 10 hours ago
This site has problems. Nothing can be downloaded for now 12 hours ago
Thanks, but job only half done for now. Just trying to find the right note for this theme and at the same time experimenting with new things. 1 day ago
yes, if only I knew how to address the specific gnome-settings application css-code. .. Feb 19 2018
Appreciate it, thank you. Do you think the sidebar ( not moving) is something i should keep? Feb 19 2018
Gn-OSX-XFCE-Edition 1.1 GTK3 Themes
3 comments
Score 57%
57 Likes
43 Dislikes
Jan 28 2018
you are using nautilus in a xfce-desktop? This is asking for trouble, because gnome uses a different windowmanager, the window-shadow is thus drawn by two subsequent managers, hence the black border. 2 days ago
Orangini 1.0 GTK3 Themes
7 comments
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes
Feb 16 2018
Well, it was made on Ubuntu 17.10. So, yes, it should... Anyway, thanks for thé appreciation Feb 17 2018
Well, it was about time that i made something else than another OSX theme. Feb 16 2018
True, there is room for improvement concerning the tabs. I'll look into it.
Although this theme has its merits, I do struggle with the general feeling. sometimes buttons are elevated, than dark, than lighter, than the buttons are sunken. than not. Also I'm not really satisfied with the title-buttons. So I'm not sure the direction this theme will go. Feb 16 2018
T4G-theme 3.1 GTK3 Themes
22 comments
Score 72%
72 Likes
28 Dislikes
Nov 24 2017
Thanks Feb 06 2018
macOS High Sierra 2.5 GTK3 Themes
81 comments
Score 69%
69 Likes
31 Dislikes
1 day ago
You should know how many great idea's I had to throw away, because there is always something, or some app that will not comply... I like you Vimix-themes, but for some reason it consumes 100% of CPU and the fans are blowing like hell. The animations conflicting?... Jan 31 2018
Well, it works!
Now, if you were able to find a solution for the blue combobox -arrows to work on GTK2 and Libre-Office (gtk3/gtk2) ..... Jan 31 2018
I've got it fixed too:

Here is what I have added to your titlebuttons:

headerbar button.titlebutton.restore,
.titlebar button.titlebutton.restore {

background-image: -gtk-scaled(url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize.svg"), url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize@2.svg")); }

headerbar button.titlebutton.restore:backdrop,
.titlebar button.titlebutton.restore:backdrop {

background-image: -gtk-scaled(url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize-backdrop.svg"), url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize-backdrop@2.svg")); }

headerbar button.titlebutton.restore:hover,
.titlebar button.titlebutton.restore:hover {

background-image: -gtk-scaled(url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize-hover.svg"), url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize-hover@2.svg")); }

headerbar button.titlebutton.restore:active,
.titlebar button.titlebutton.restore:active {

background-image: -gtk-scaled(url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize-active.svg"), url("title-assets/titlebutton-maximize-active@2.svg")); }
Jan 31 2018
At Ubuntu 17.10, it says my software is up to date. So it could be that Ubuntu lags behind. But so will others who have ubuntu Jan 31 2018
Version 62.0.3202.94 (Official Build) (64-bit) is my version Jan 31 2018
https://imgur.com/a/r1RTb

the image above is the problem Jan 31 2018
Finally some competition on my Gnome-OSX. Great theming; I especially like the way you tried to mimic the blue combobox-arrows. Something I've tried also. But, while they are nice, they are not used everywhere: Not on GTK2-applications, not on Libre-Office. That is why I did not continue in that direction. In fact: in Libre-Office the white arrows are invisible on the white buttons on the toolbar.

Next, you should make 'restore'-titlebuttons, because Chrome-browser (using its own titlebar) does not show the maximize-titlebutton when maximized, because it expects a restore-button. (look into the GTK.CSS of my own theme (Gnome-OSX) for the solution). But, other than that, it looks good, but it needs further polishing. Anyway: great to meet another good themer. Jan 30 2018
PRO-Dark 1.0 GTK3 Themes
15 comments
Score 61%
61 Likes
39 Dislikes
Jan 09 2018
Thanks, but gnome-shell is not really my thing. To awkward to theme. Jan 28 2018
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-pixbuf

This is probably the answer; Standard there's no support for GTK2-Pixbuf-engine in 17.10. Why? Good question... Jan 25 2018
As long as Cinnamon is not GTK 3.20+ compatible.... Jan 20 2018
Thank you Jan 09 2018
PRO-D-XFCE 1.5 GTK3 Themes
25 comments
Score 63%
63 Likes
37 Dislikes
Jan 21 2018
No, You should have shadowed menu's everywhere. This theme is developed under Xubuntu 17.10. Using the standard XFWM compositor. Jan 21 2018
Thanks, I did not look at the sys logs. Stupid me... Anyway reuploaded the correct version to 1.5 Jan 21 2018
Version 1.4 should have addressed most of the remaining issues. Unfortunately White-on-blue selection colors do not always work. But the lighter-blue should help... Jan 20 2018
I'll see about removing the grey color als selected menu-items and then replaces them with some lighter blue version. This will take some time, as both GTK2 and GTK3 need to be changed. Jan 17 2018
Due to the fact that there are no windowborders assigned to this theme, only top-leftcorner and toprightcorner shows the resizer. So Nothing to hold on to at the button.

I've experimented with fatter borders(left and right) en fatter bottomborders. And they indeed work at resizing, only: it looks so 80's... Other DE's do not have this problem.

So, I'm not going to change anything. use top-right or top-left of the window and look for the resizer, or right-click on the titlebar and choice resize, or use alt +hold right-click and move the mouse to resize. Or use the window-menu button and choose resize.. Enough alternatives available....
Jan 17 2018
I'm looking into it
Jan 17 2018
Strange, the last version 1.3 should have addressed the issue with the taskbar background and applications-menu-button too. I'm running standard 17.10 and everything is OK here... Jan 16 2018
It's also build on top standard Xubuntu 17.10 Jan 15 2018
New whisker menu and a solution for desktopicons Jan 15 2018
the new version (1.1) should correct the window-control-buttons. Whisker-menu in Xubuntu 17.10 is using version 2.1.5, which uses GTK3 to draw its shape. In MX-17 Whisker is still at 1.7.5 which uses GTK2. Hence the difference.

I'm aware of the whisker-problem (I've tried a live-version of Xubuntu 17.10). But I have not yet got it installed properly. There is unfortunately allot of difference between MX-17 and Xubuntu 17.10.

Do you use the compton file? Jan 14 2018