Human (New version of macOS shell theme)
Gnome Shell Themes
Description:

---------------------------- HUMAN SHELL THEME -----------------------------
................... Designed for humans ( Not for animals ) .....................

A macOS/iOS like theme for GNOME-Shell

----------------------------- WHAT'S NEW
-- V 4.2
* Change the background hover color of change month (month forward/backward).
* Darken the assets of change month.
--- V 4.1
* Make the dashboard (dash-to-dock) more cute.
* Did some little changes to colors.

--- V 4.0

* Changed the name of the theme to "Human" from "macOs shell theme".
* Completely ready for GNOME 3.24.
* Discontinue the "Blue hover color" version.
* New look for the popup-menu (Calendar + Notification menu).
* New assets for "show apps" icon and "Activities" icon (Created by myself. Didn't stolen from anywhere this time).
* Change the background color of the dashboard (Dash to dock).
* Remove new vertical separator in the popup-menu of GNOME 3.24.
* Fixed the missing styles for "days of other months".


* TESTED ONLY ON GNOME 3.24 in Ubuntu 17.04.
* Some changes may happen to previous versions of gnome.
* Never tested on GNOME 3.22 or any old version.

* Inform me if something looking wired on any old versions of GNOME.

* Screenshots are taken on GNOME 3.22, Ubuntu 17.04




Based on original MacBuntu theme.


Please comment your suggestions, complains and everything.


Special Thanks : Noobslab team

NOTE: Only for GNOME desktop.


Recommended GTK+ theme: Gnome-OSX
Recommended icons theme: La-Capitaine, macOS icons/ MacBuntu
Recommended cursor theme: Capitaine


Thanks for read the product description.
Last changelog:

Version 4.2 5 days ago

* Change the background hover color of change month (month forward/backward).
* Darken the assets of change month.

Trinity

8 hours ago

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Trinity

8 hours ago

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Trinity

1 day ago

In version 4.2, the "Show Applications" icon disappeared.
In previous version it shows.
Thank you for the update!
Great theme! :)

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irfanmawey

4 days ago

awesome

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bill-mavromatis

10 days ago

Hey @UMAYANGA, I have a question! If I try to enable global menu extension I get this problem: http://i.imgur.com/XmxLd4z.png (white fonts instead of black). I tried going to gnome-shell.css to #panel and set color: black; but didn't work =// any ideas?

I can play around with my own fork of the extension here (https://github.com/bill-mavromatis/Gnome-Global-AppMenu) and trying to change stylesheet.css. (add color black into *) but then the top left icon gets messy...

Thanks!

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Trinity

15 days ago

This theme is simply Magnificent !!
Thanks a million!
Best theme around, seriously :)

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Trinity

15 days ago

Edit: Please, keep the transparencies throughout, as it is now!
They give a subtle and elegant feeling. Excellent choices!

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umayanga

14 days ago

Thanks mate <3

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raulmvp

17 days ago

Hi, it looks great! Great work, just a quick quest. How do I install it?
Was thinking on unzip and then copy to ~/.themes and finlally using tweaks?
Thanks :D

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umayanga

17 days ago

yes. unzip and copy to ~/.themes
Then you can find this theme in the shell themes list of gnome-tweak-tool

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sigahotcore

1 month ago

Love it ! Thank you !
One favor may i ask ?
Love your theme in every detail , how ever , would it be possible to have generic gnome version with Gnome foot available ,as well , please ?

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umayanga

1 month ago

Thanks for the comment. Next version will come with many changes.
A new "show apps" icon, new "activities" icon and many. I don't use apple logo or gnome foot in the next version. I like to use ios signal strength icon ( "00000" icon ). But I don't have svg editor. That's why I take this much time for the next version. Thanks for the comment again. Have a nice day.

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umayanga

1 month ago

Added new assets. Are they good or bad?

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evilwillneverdie

2 months ago

Hi, congratulation for your theme, but I think there is some conflict with the extension "pixel saver" that integrates the button of the maximized windows into the panel: when I maximize a window, they disappears!

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umayanga

2 months ago

OK> Let me check. Thanks for informing this issue. Have a nice day.

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brunnogama

2 months ago

Great Theme!
But, the dark notification area is not good. Is there any way to make like transparent white like the rest of the UI?

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umayanga

2 months ago

In OSX El Capitain and iOS, the notification area is black.
But in macOS Sierra, notification area is white. So I'll change it to white in the next version.

Thanks for the suggestion. Have a nice day.

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umayanga

2 months ago

Did it. Download the latest version (v3.0).

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brunnogama

2 months ago

Very nice! Good work. Thanx!

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umayanga

2 months ago

You're welcome mate

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brunnogama

2 months ago

I love this update!
Just one question: how can I change the start launcher (the rocket) icon?
Thanx!

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umayanga

2 months ago

It has to change automatically in version 3.1 ? Do you using the v3.1 ?

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umayanga

2 months ago

Is it not working? Please tell me your distro name and version and the version of GNOME desktop ?

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brunnogama

1 month ago

Hey man. I´m using Gnome Ubuntu 16.10 with Gnome 3.22.

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spider623

3 months ago

love the theme, any matching icon set and a chrome theme to recomend?

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Version 4.2 5 days ago

* Change the background hover color of change month (month forward/backward).
* Darken the assets of change month.

Version 4.1 24 days ago

* Make the dashboard (dash-to-dock) more cute.
* Did some little changes to colors.

Version 4.1 24 days ago

* Make the dashboard (Dash-to-Dock) more cuter.
* Did some little changes in colors.

Version 4.0 1 month ago

* Changed the name of the theme to "Human" from "macOs shell theme".
* Completely ready for GNOME 3.24.
* Discontinue the "Blue hover color" version.
* New look for the popup-menu (Calendar + Notification menu).
* New assets for "show apps" icon and "Activities" icon (Created by myself. Didn't stolen from anywhere this time).
* Change the background color of the dashboard (Dash to dock).
* Remove new vertical separator in the popup-menu of GNOME 3.24.
* Fixed the missing styles for "days of other months".

Version 3.6 1 month ago

Did some changes to get more compatible with GNOME 3.24.
Change the workspace style.
Change the day-with-events style in the calendar of the popup-menu.
Change the style of system-menu-action icons.

Version 3.5 2 months ago

Theme is now more compatible with GNOME 3.24

Version 3.2 2 months ago

Introduced blue color hover theme other than the black (dark) color hover theme.
Change the design of system-menu icons.
Change the design of Notification-banner icons.

Version 3.1 2 months ago

Change the "Show Applications"/ 9 dots in the dash to a launcher icon.
Change the color of the slider to blue.
Change page indicators.
Change the active "App-view-grid" / top left icon to white color.

Version 3.0 2 months ago

Change the color of the Notification tray from black to white.
Change the style of the notification list to the style of macOS Sierra.
Change the search box to look of macOS.
Change the color of the slider and change the height of it.
Change the "Today color" of the calendar from gray to blue.

Version 2.0 2 months ago

Change colors of the shell theme.
Did some tweeks to get the look of macOS

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