Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://www.wincustomize.com/explore/windowblinds/5329
We all know and love the Azenis2 theme.
Before The Azenis 2 GUI championship winner was made, J. J. Ying created the Azenis theme. This was never ported to Linux.
I contacted J. J. Ying and asked his permission to move it over and he kindly agreed.
So, here, I offer you "Azenis-One." Beautiful, elegant, functional... and badly mangled by me trying to get it to work on GTK3.
---UPDATE---- Synaptic Icon Fix. Added Icon package with Synaptic icon fixed in separate download on this page.
NOTE: This theme in full will not work currently on Cinnamon or Mate desktops.
NOTE: I created a Metacity Theme for this. However, I do not use a distro that uses Metacity so I was unable to test it. In other words, it's creation is based on guesses. If you use cinnamon or mate and download this to get the Metacity, Please let me know if you have any problems.
Please note: I am using XFCE and my screenshots reflect the use of a Window Manager. However, I took several screenshots showing Gnome Shell Apps and how they look. With GTK3, I can set margins that work perfectly on one app and are off to one side on another. It. Is. Very. Frustrating. The offering here is yet another attempt at resisting GTK3 themeing being boring and flat.
But it's not perfect.
This is inspired by the Original Azenis. I needed to re-create certain aspects of it and while Azenis uses a light colored background within the window content view, I decided to stick with the dark theme base. Certain elements that normally would have been light needed to be modified to suit. Including check-radio and range sliders.
The Original Progressbar cannot be duplicated since the theme engine we use stretches the image and Yings original is incremental. (I could not figure out a way to get GTK3 to allow an overlay to be used on the progressbar in css.) The taskbar has been re-employed as the toolbar.
Scrollbars highlight as do the titlebuttons.
Additionally, I wanted to stick with the theme of making an homage to Yings Original Work by using the Original Azenis Icons.
You see, the "Azenis Icons" we have been using in Linux are actually "The Preface by the Cyan Magic" by 0dark0x.
This theme includes an icon set formatted to work on Modern Linux based on the Original Azenis Icons by Ying. In creating this set... I gotta tell you... I have been banging out creations for full icon sets over a short period of time... My creativity and Patience ran out. I reused many from the Azenis Preface Set to fill in some gaps, although I did re-create a great many icons to complete this set.
This includes a Gnome Shell theme that works well on Zorin 15 with the Zorin App Menu. Please let me know of issues with Other App menus.
XFCE4 XFWM users get a small bonus- an Alternate XFWM4 Window Border that has titlebuttons more reminiscent of the Azenis 2 theme: The Max and Min titlebuttons are elongated and the Close button enlarged but on the Azenis-One backdrop.
Please Watch for Updates.
I continue to test themes long after I upload them. I am a novice, not a professional. I am enthusiastic, but I make mistakes. If You Spot a Glitch or Error, Please Let Me Know. I cannot predict how this will work on the great variety of machines out there.
Extract download to your downloads folder
Extract Azenis-One.tar.gz to your /usr/share/themes folder (Or to ~/.themes)
Extract Azenis-OneXFM.tar.gz to your /usr/share/themes folder (Or to ~/.themes)
Extract Azenis-One Icons.tar.gz to /usr/share/icons folder (Or to ~/.icons)
Select your Gnome Shell theme, your applications theme, your icons theme by using Gnome Tweak Tool,
sudo apt-get install gnome-tweaks
Or by your distros Theme manager.