Kohlenstoff (Carbon)
GTK2 Themes
Description:

I completed the new theme today and named it Kohlenstoff (german word for carbon).

The theme has still some problems I can't fix because they are caused by the applications.
Bugs:
-Firefox menubar-text is black (there is a userchrome.css in the theme included which fixes this problem)
-OpenOffice menubar text is black
-Rhythmbox sidebar listexpanders are light grey (why???)
-Unreadable colors in non-native gtk apps (O.Office, Firefox etc.)

If somebody has a solution for these problems, please share it.

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You can see bigger screenshots on my blog (follow the download link).

azawi

6 years ago

gnome-look is full of orphans, would be a good thing to remove them

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CSGuy

9 years ago

I really like the theme a lot, but there are some parts that are not working for me. The background for all my windows is still white and the text is still black. the tool bars up at the top of the windows have changed to the correct theme colors resulting in white on white text.
I use Fedora 8. Anyone else having issues like these or know what could be causing the problem? Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

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eitreach

9 years ago

I like this a lot - one of the nicer dark themes around. I'm not much for the blue/black menu gradients though.. They ruin it a bit, imo.

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infodroid

9 years ago

wow

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ChAnGFu

9 years ago

I like it, Fresh and Smooth Good Job.
Wonder if you could make a white version?

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lucazade

9 years ago

A* theme, maybe too dark for my tastes but still impressive!

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TheRob

9 years ago

Very nice work once again kimmik!

I have yet to figure out how on earth you
did integrated menues (menu integrates with
the menubar prelight effect) if you know
what I mean, and it looks awesome!

good vote as always!

Keep up the good work!

//Robert

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