Source (required if based on other people's work): https://github.com/paullinuxthemer/Telinkrin-Gradient
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A modern and refined re-interpretation of Ambiance for Ubuntu 18.04
Nautilus and Tweak-tool have a new and modern look. And theming is persistent to the smallest detail. Combined with the Shell-theme, background, and icon-theme it really looks consistent.
A variant of Telinkrin: Telinkrin-Gradient wich is the theme using gradient-colors, both available for gnome version <=gnome 3.29, and one for gnome 3.30+.
For now: only versions with the intent to use the titlebuttons on the right side.
Please, try and rate, comment. Any input or criticism is welcome.
There is an matching iconset avaliable : Arrongin-Telinkrin-icon-themes
The iconthemes have a common but seperate downloadsection here at Gnomelook.ORG
You will notice that resizing the sidebar in nautilus behaves strange. This is not a bug. Visually the sidebar will not change (to keep it alligned with the headerbar), but you will still see the pointer for resizing. For this to work properly, pleas keep the sidebar-size small as possible.
GTK+ 3.20 or later. Only standard (or Ubuntu) gnome-desktop is supported. Ready for Ubuntu 18.04
Disable gnome-extensions that reside on the headerbar because they mess up the headerbar-theming.
Because of the special theming, window-buttons-layout (min/max/close) are to be put at the correct side. You can choose the left or right side version of the theme in the downloads.
GTK2 ENGINES REQUIREMENT
- GTK2 engine Murrine
- GTK2 engine Pixbuf
yum install gtk-murrine-engine gtk2-engines
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf
pacman -S gtk-engine-murrine gtk-engines
What to do:
Extract and put it into the themes directory i.e. ~/.themes/ or /usr/share/themes/ (create it if necessary).Then change the theme via distribution specific tool like Gnome tweak tool or Unity tweak tool, etc. (If you use Snap-packages instead of app's from the normal repositories than definitely put the theme to /usr/share/themes/.