NumixPack (Icons, Cinnamon, GNOME3, LXDE, MATE, Unity, Xfce)
Gnome Shell Themes
Description:

Theme — Cinnamon, GNOME Shell, GTK+ 2, GTK+ 3 (up to 3.22), Metacity, Openbox, Unity, Xfwm, Xfce notifications
Icons — PlataroNumix (extended and recolored from tsujan's Plataro — https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1002412) and SoftNumix (extended and recolored from Ghostdmn's Soft-gray — https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1002355)
Fonts — Play, Cuprum, Terminus Re33
Wallpapers by DaKoder — https://dakoder.deviantart.com
Color Schemes — Blender, Gedit, Telegram Desktop

How To Install:

- download archive
- open archive and drag and drop all 5 folders: ".config" (for Blender), ".icons", ".local" (for fonts & gedit color sheme), ".themes", "wallpapers" from archive manager window to your personal (/home/$USER) folder (apply merge and replace to all files and folders if these ones already exist)
- change the widgets/windows appearance, icons, fonts, wallpaper via distribution specific tool (Unity Tweak Tool, GNOME Tweak Tool, Xfce Settings Manager etc)
- for Telegram Desktop — drag-and-drop the NumixDark.tdesktop-theme file onto the Telegram Desktop Chat Mode window, then click on a result message and press "APPLY THIS THEME" button

//the folder that starts with a dot character (for example, /home/$USER/.themes) is hidden in the filemanager, so turn on show hidden files if needed

3 months ago

skull-y

The tar-ball includes only Wallpapers. There are no themes inside.

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3 months ago

amorpher

Read again from "How To Install":
- open archive and drag and drop all 5 folders: ".config" (for Blender theme), ".icons", ".local" (for fonts & gedit colorsheme), ".themes", "wallpapers".

And this my comment:
3 months ago
amorpher
>By the way now you may have made a mistake with the update version tarball (0.2.6) : it only contains wallpapers. ;)

No, there are "hidden" folders (.local & .themes).

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3 months ago

amorpher

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hidden_file_and_hidden_directory#Unix_and_Unix-like_environments

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4 months ago

dchris

Hi!

Sorry mate, but you're using parts of Boston icons mixed in Plataro-Numix, and I remember that Boston icon theme is under Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial - No Derivative Works 3.0 License, so is incompatible with other themes and derivations/alterations.

So, please, respect the license and erase the Boston icons parts used here. Thanks!

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3 months ago

amorpher

Are Boston icons originaly? There're many icons and some parts of icon pack created by me.

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3 months ago

amorpher

and show some icons from Boston

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3 months ago

dchris

Of course, Boston icons was totally designed by me. Is very easy to see Boston icons in your theme, totally original or edited. The images show some of them, and inside the package anybody can see it. All Boston icons contains metadata about my authorship and is easy to see it for more information or legal issues.

Some icons clearly taken from Boston BETA 5 are, for example:

- Abiword
- System colors
- Agave
- Language settings
- Weather
- Brasero / CD burner
- Power manager / Settings (original from Boston and edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- Chrome
- Mail (taken from Evolution)
- CMake Setup
- Credentials preferences (taken from goa-panel of Boston icons, edited by you and keeps original metadata)
- Deluge and other torrent clients (taken from Transmission in Boston icons, edited by you and keeps original metadata)
- EasyTag
- Emerillon (taken from GNOME Maps)
- Empathy
- Evince
- Fceux
- Flash Player propesties (taken from Boston, edited by you and keeps original metadata)
- Fluid
- Gitg
- Aisleriot
- GNOME Books (taken from Boston, edited by you and keeps oroginal metadata)
-GNOME Boxes
- GNOME Calendar (Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- GNOME Characters (Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- GNOME Chess (Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- GNOME Clocks
- GNOME Documents
- GNOME Multi Writer (Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- GNOME Mines (Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- GNOME Music
- GNOME Photos
- GNUmeric
- GThumb
- ISOMaster (edited from Brasero)
- LMMS
- Lollypop
- Notifications (Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- Nautilus actions
- Netbeans (taken from vistualization icons of Boston, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- Opera icons (Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- Bijiben
- Polari
- Totem
- Package Games (snes9x Boston icons, edited by you, keeps original metadata)
- Pitivi
- Quadrapassel
- Soundconverter

So, please, respect the work of other people. I understand that many users want to change some things for personal use, but if the license restricts the public changes, respect this.

Many of us expense many time to create art, and many of us offer it totally free (no money) for enjoy, but this is not an excuse for this thing because is a very lack of respect (and legal issues, Creative Commons and GPL are global licensing).

Please, make you own work but respect other authors wishes about their creations. If everyone does this, those who offer free content will stop doing it because we will be undervalued.

Thanks a lot. :)

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3 months ago

amorpher

Of course, I respect the work of other people. What should I do more? I can delete all the Boston icons if you (or license) need.

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3 months ago

dchris

Nothing more. Only delete Boston icon parts and derivations.

Thanks a lot. :)

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3 months ago

amorpher

ok

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4 months ago

armageddon51

Really beautiful. Still with that icon set, I prefer your other work (arc-dark-red) which is awesome. You seems to have a thing for RED but as Russian it's understandable ! Anyway, you are doing a great job, please give us more. Thank you very much for your work !

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4 months ago

amorpher

Thnx! )
About red color— I've a laptop with red backlit keyboard and other red elements )

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4 months ago

amorpher

/Lenovo Y50-70

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4 months ago

armageddon51

Hopefully, you are not seeing red too ;-)

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6 months ago

cisilio

will be release in another colors (like green instead red) ?

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5 months ago

amorpher

maybe later...

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6 months ago

burningSmile

Just wondering how much work it would be to edit the gtk theme so that the inside of gtk applications also appear black? I am mainly wondering about obs and Vlc. How could I go about editing them myself for future use?

Thanks!

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5 months ago

amorpher

obs and Vlc are Qt apps
https://wiki.gnome.org/Attic/GnomeArt/Tutorials/GtkThemes

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2 months ago

amorpher

Added dark variant.
Use qt5ct/qt4config.

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6 months ago

Marco

my Desktop background can't display if i am use Numix as Gtk in gnome tweak tools???

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6 months ago

amorpher

The desktop backgrounds are independently itself.

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6 months ago

burningSmile

Is there a way you could make a blue version of the icon pack? or is there a way I can edit it?

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6 months ago

amorpher

You can edit icons. I do it with Inkscape.

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6 months ago

amorpher

BTW, from description — https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1002412 are blue folders.

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6 months ago

burningSmile

Thanks for your help :)

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