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Gnome shell theme for 3.30 & should work with 3.28, 3.26.

Added a small screen variant called Cyanogen-Mini, please let me know if I scaled it down too much

Gtk3 is version 3.24 so if your distro runs earlier version I'm not sure how it will look. (Derived from Adwaita)
Includes the gnome-shell-theme.gresource file for a themed gdm login screen ** Backup your installed version first but if it will not boot for some reason simply reinstall gnome-shell and it will revert to default file **
Adding my bundle of conkys for those that want to fiddle with those. Some require Pizzadude Bullet fonts be installed. The Cyanogen configs also require Neuropol X (Included with the shell theme and can be found via Google for download)
Also making the icon set available for optional download.

Requirements to run everything as in the screenshots:
Neuropol X fonts (Shell theme & conky)
ttf-pizzadude-bullets (conky)
Murrine gtk engine (gtk-2.0)

I found this site helpful when installing Neuropol X fonts so that gdm could use them (not required if just using them on your desktop and in the shell) Install and configure Unicode TrueType fonts in Linux
Last changelog:

16 Nov 2018 4 days ago

Icons:
Corrected some colors in the 16px status icons

Paz-it

2 days ago

+Beautiful and creative as always !

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Buelligan

2 days ago

Thanks Paz. :-)

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gryaz

4 days ago

Hello! Great topic, but I have two questions! I'm new to linux arch, I need help. How to install fonts Neuropol X and How to remove from conky item about wi-fi, so I do not use wi-fi? Thanks in advance!

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Buelligan

4 days ago

I can't explain conky in this comment section, but if you simply want to eliminate the WIFI information delete this from the Cyanogen-system file:
${color0}WIFI ${color1}${voffset -1}${color3}${font PizzaDude Bullets:size=11}O${font}${color1}${voffset -3.2} ${upspeed wlp2s2}${font} ${voffset -.7} ${color3}${font PizzaDude Bullets:size=11}U${color1}${font}${voffset -4.5} ${downspeed wlp2s2}${offset 25}

For fonts on Arch Linux, simply copy the included neuropol-x-free.regular.ttf file to /usr/share/fonts/TTF; open a terminal as root in that directory and enter:
mkfontscale && mkfontdir
fc-cache

There's a link in the product description that goes into more depth if you want to look at that.

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Buelligan

4 days ago

Alternatively you could open Cyanogen-system with Conky Manager, change Network to Ethernet, which will replace my wlp2s2 with eth0, then with your text editor change WIFI to LAN or ETHERNET, or whatever you want to call your connection.

I like the ability to monitor up & down speeds on my desktop personally. ;-)

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gryaz

3 days ago


Thank you! Your advice helped to understand!
Unfortunately, Neuropol X fonts has no support for the Russian language, so I will replace it with a different font.

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gryaz

3 days ago


One more question. How to make the clock divided by the sign:. For example now: 1531. For example, how I want: 15:31??

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Buelligan

3 days ago

Teaching people how to use conky goes beyond the scope of this comment section.
Have you tried putting : between the %H & %M ?

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gryaz

3 days ago

Thank. You solved my problem!

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bourbon

4 days ago

Hi Buelligan :) wishing to spread Cyanogen Theme I made a simple video on YouTube for Italian audience showing how to install it, here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Fbj-8SRQxg&feature=youtu.be

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Buelligan

4 days ago

Cool. Thank you very much.

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ph0t0nix

6 days ago

+Well done! Nice looking, well thought-out theme.

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ph0t0nix

6 days ago

By the way, can I find that background image somewhere online?

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Buelligan

6 days ago

I found the original here https://wallpapercave.com/genetic-wallpapers
But I put a copy of the one I customized in Files for download.

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ph0t0nix

6 days ago

Great! Thanks.
I didn't know about wallpapercave.com. Thank you for pointing it out.

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dummy

6 days ago

Hi, can you replace the source link with a link to the actual source of the theme? Please also split icons into a seperate product with the appropriate category. Thanks.

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Buelligan

6 days ago

For which part? The Gtk theme is from gtk & gtk3 (Adwaita), the shell theme is from gnome-shell.
I had the option of one link, so it's a link to GNOME Gitlab.

The icons are available as an optional download and I'm not inclined to put them in a separate category as yet.
The icon theme was derived from Sardi Ghost Flexible, with some additions and improvements I've made over the past couple years. https://sourceforge.net/projects/sardi/

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dummy

6 days ago

Hi Buelligan, the source link is meant for your modifications, so do you have any git repo for those? If not, you can easily add as many repos as you like for your projects here (which is based on 100% opensource gitlab and will have many benefits of automating things and releases in the near future):
https://git.opendesktop.org/Buelligan

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xzj8b3

6 days ago

Is it beautiful but can you reduce the size of the calendar to make it a little more compact even for 1366x768 (16.9) monitors?

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Buelligan

6 days ago

Reducing the calendar size requires that the font size be reduced, frankly I'm not planning to customize font sizes just for the calendar.

You can reduce the global font size which will scale down most everything. I'm old, my eyes aren't what they used to be & I use a large monitor. ;-)

But adjust this and see if you can find a happy medium for you (gnome-shell.css)
/* GLOBALS */
stage {
font-family: Neuropol X, Cantarell, Sans-Serif;
font-size: 10pt;

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Buelligan

6 days ago

You could also change the font to one that works best for you.
With Neuropol X I had to increase the size to make it legible for me, but if you're using a small monitor you may have a style of font that scales down and remains legible.

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Buelligan

6 days ago

Sorted. After taking your comment into account I realized that other people may have the same request but they didn't want to ask. ;-) https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1273486/startdownload?file_id=1542135628&file_name=themes-mini.zip&file_type=application/zip&file_size=1123733

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bourbon

6 days ago

Hi Buelligan, Cyanogen is stunning in my opinion. One of the best themes around, installed yesterday. Maybe working on it you can see if possible to improve fonts' visibility on desktop, mounted volumes, for instance. Cheers!

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Buelligan

6 days ago

Thanks. What DE are you using it on? Because Gnome 3.30, at least the Arch Linux version doesn't give me the option to show icons on the desktop. I have to use an extension for that and it's rather limited.

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bourbon

6 days ago

Hi Buelligan :) sorry, I forgot to write down details, when noticed it I did'nt find button to modify my mesage. I have been installing Cyanogen on Ubuntu 18.04 - Gnome Shell 3.28.3. I have volumes automatically mounted and icons coming out on the desktop, nothing to complain for the icons, I like gren color but should be good if the name comes out black or white instead of green. Green text is not easy to see at least with light wallpaper :) Ciao

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16 Nov 2018 4 days ago

Icons:
Corrected some colors in the 16px status icons

15 Nov 2018 5 days ago

Gtk3:
re-Rendered the sliders & text markers
Gnome shell:
Colored close buttons for consistency
Corrected some colors in onscreen keyboard
Improved look of dash labels and window captions
Corrected color of search icon
Xfce:
Corrected some visual problems in active panel button & workspaces

14 Nov 2018 6 days ago

Gnome shell:
Improved the appearance of text in the panel by adjusting icon & text shadow
Recolored the toggle switches
Corrected the appearance of active & hovered show apps controls
Adjusted text size in the mini version (still looking for some feedback on that)
Gtk3:
Reduced vertical padding in the mini version for better screen usage


Gtk2:
Adjusted what I could to scale down mini version as well

Made the wallpaper shown in the screenshot available.
Link to site of the original it was derived from.
(I made some slight color changes & enhancements)

13 Nov 2018 7 days ago

No longer Preview/WIP
Added a scaled down version for small monitors, i.e. Notebooks, Laptops, etc... Cyanogen-Mini

Gtk3:
Recolored sliders & text markers
Gtk2:
Finished
Icon theme:
Using the Desktop Icons extension uncovered an inconsistency in the full/empty trash cans. FIXED
evince.svg > og.gnome.Evince

12 Nov 2018 8 days ago

Shell theme:
A few slight mods, mostly the gdm login screen
Gtk3:
Darkened the titlebar a wee bit
Corrected a typo
Xfce:
Added theme, should look pretty good
openbox:
Added a rudimentary theme, not complete but should be functional

11 Nov 2018 9 days ago

Shell theme:
Revamped the gdm login screen again (you'll only notice it if you're using the gnome-shell-theme.gresource file)
Started recoloring some of the image files
Tidied up the look of the active panel buttons (I think)
Gtk3:
Removed some superfluous borders
Gave the tooltips some more consistent background color
Changed the look of the check & radio boxes

** Preview images have not yet ben updated to reflect current state

9 Nov 2018 10 days ago

Icons:
boxes.svg > org.gnome.Boxes.svg (current GNOME naming convention)
Shell theme:
A lot of changes for consistency. Currently about 90+% complete.
Heavy focus on gdm login appearance.
Gtk3:
A few minor changes, mostly text colors. Currently 98% complete.
Gtk2:
Adjusted some colors. Currently about 75% complete.
Still needs changes to buttons, entries, tabs, radio & checkboxes.

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