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This theme is a mod of Minty: http://gnome-shell.deviantart.com/gallery/28081982#/d4fuq2n (which I suspect is a mod of Faience) I like the style, but not the green-ness. So I made a blue version.

satya164

7 years ago

Btw please correct the link - http://satya164.deviantart.com/art/Gnome-Shell-Minty-268492415

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satya164

7 years ago

Nice work. I already had a blue version of Minty, just never published :)

Btw, for clarification, Minty is not a Mod of Faience, you see, the looks are too different! What makes you think that?

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Ahmose

7 years ago

Very niice!
i dont usually dig blue themes, but this is pleasant! nice job.

How about an ubuntu orange version? lol :P

<3

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mpnordland

7 years ago

I could do that, It's really quite simple, I just replaced the ripple effects, colored over the green in the switches and did find and replace with the colors in the gnome-shell.css file. I'm glad you like it.

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Ahmose

7 years ago

That would be awesome! :)
Ive been trying to figure out how to do it. (change colors in certain themes), and ive only been slightly successful. lol

the "Hope" Gnome shell theme is one of them Ive been wanting to do it to. :P

The only theme i attempted it on was the "Plastiq" theme, and I only changed the colors of the gtk 3 css file.

What else needs to be changed?

Thanks mate! Nice work.



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mpnordland

7 years ago

Well, in gtk 3 themes, unless they're like zukitwo, You probably have to go into gtk-widgets.css, or some other appropriately named file and search for and change any colors that are coded there, With shell themes, it's really the same, it's just you have to change the stuff in the gnome-shell.css, or gdm.css. I'm using right now a version of zukitwo that I modded to be a dark and #0088cc theme. In my opinion, if your looking to mod themes, start with adwaita and zukitwo, as they are best optimized towards that kind of thing. Oh, and for picking and figuring out colors, I use the gimp. The color picker in there can handle anything from hex to rgb() colors. For hex colors you can just copy and paste, for rgb() colors you have to put the different values into the boxes for that color. It's all rather straight forward.

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