ChromeOs-Dark

GTK3 Themes chrome chromeos dark material multicolor

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/rtlewis88/rtl88-Themes/tree/ChromeOS-Dark

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Description:

Great news: ChromeOs-Dark is finally releasing ''Stable' versions; and, likewise, is now available for download on GTK-Linux. Four fabulous Material Design flavors have been going through extensive testing, the past couple of months; and, at last, we can all start enjoying them. A half dozen more flavors are still in testing; hence, soon, there will be even more to choose from. ChromeOs-Dark is the new, highly anticipated - GTK, xfwm4, GNOME-Shell, and Cinnamon- Dark Mode Theme grounded on Material Design standards; and aims to bring a warm, colorful, and elegant experience to your desktop.

Choose from the four official-based hues of: ChromeOS-Marsala, ChromeOS-Oceanic, ChromeOS-Slate, and ChromeOS-UltraViolet. All four flavors are available in both 'Dark' and 'Darker' modes.

***The 'Darker' Flavors also have an additional full-theme-version with extra dark menus, notification-banners, and dialogs.***

Over the last couple of years, Google has been moving towards a unified user experience with its Material Design interface. It started with Android, and we’ve seen many Google Apps—like Drive, Docs, and Sheets—get this clean, modern makeover. Chrome (and, by extension, Chrome OS) has seen touches of Material Design here and there, but many of these design remakes have still been in testing.

Notably, Google’s developers have recently been working diligently on creating “Dark Mode” Chrome for Desktop. They have been implementing bits and pieces for dark themes, for some time; but these latest updates are good indicators that Chrome and Chrome OS will soon be very adept at handling dark mode across the board. There’s still some fine tuning to be done, but overall, it looks great; and lots of users are really excited to see it starting to land in 'Stable' so they can go fully lights out on their Chromebooks. These first four releases, for GTK-Linux, are all tuned up and ready to go.

Material Design makes better use of grid-based layouts, responsive animations and transitions, padding and depth effects, such as, lighting and shadows. In desktop Chrome, Material Design is limited to a more rounded appearance, which currently excludes rounder tabs that first appeared in developer builds of the browser in April 2018. Most importantly, we can start enjoying ChromeOs dark mode, on GTK-Linux. Special thanks to the The Chrome team for their inspiration, expertise and contributions.


Manual Installation Is Easy:

For themes: 1) Extract the "tar.xz" file into your "~/.themes/" folder - to install for current user only - or into the "/usr/share/themes/" folder - for the theme to be applied globally. 2) Use the GNOME Tweak Tool or an equivalent app to enable it for your desktop.
Last changelog:

22-02-20: Version 1.3.7 9 hours ago

This update comprehensively improves and beautifies menu function, for GNOME, vis-a-vis ChromeOS-Oceanic, ChromeOS-Dark-Oceanic, and ChromeOS-Oceanic-Ex-Dark-Menus flavor variants. All flavor variants have now been completed vis-a-vis this stage. New, ongoing menu improvements will continue to be universally adopted via upcoming updates. Commit: a9fc791

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justin2020

7 days ago

9 9 excellent

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linuxoed9

28 days ago

10 10 the best

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liamarvidsson-se

29 days ago

10 10 the best, this is very authentic, thank you.

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BBOSAK2143

30 days ago

Nice to see coloring! Finally can side with this, Am hoping to be back soon with my own again. Am also hoping you will take a look at last themes I produced as may help in reducing lines in gtk. Still I commend you as is quite a bit of effort you have taken here and hope no one will give any negativity to you, so you will continue your creativity. I know as last efforts I made took months. I just hope I can help> Once again great to see great works like this!

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rtl88

30 days ago

Thank you for the input, BBOSAK2143, and inspiration! No doubt, some of your Cyana work will continued to be missed (by Solarized junkies). Your work displays you have shied away from flat themes; so I'll take it to heart that you compliment the one here. Much of the Cyana, the BeiTanbro, and even the some of the Black Beauty works, are surely art in their own right. PM me, sometime; I would love to collaborate, when you get the notion in the future.

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2ww2

1 month ago

9 9 excellent.
Great, so many variants, I love the fact that it doesn't have too be always in "full black" mode, but you can set a scheme with a better contrast. Plus all color schemes are very well adjusted. There are very few dark themes that aren't too dark for me. This one has some great options that are much more readable that typical black theme.

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442206

1 month ago

10 10 the best -> at first I wasn't sure, after I finally tried it a much nicer look that didn't look like mac and win

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rtl88

1 month ago

Yep, that was the idea - to be wholly original. I'm glad you put plenty of thought into it, and then turned out to be ultimately satisfied. Thanks for trying!

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gracecook

1 month ago

10 Wow, this is really nice thanks!

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sengchanh-46

1 month ago

10 10 the best you always best to me ohh! thanks you!!

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brgill

2 months ago

9 Thanks!

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bealsc

2 months ago

10 Nice work. I thought about getting a Chromebook as my new computer a while back but decided on a custom built desktop PC instead. Now one can get that ChromeOS look while using one's preferred distro. Much obliged.

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rtl88

2 months ago

Thanks, bealsc, it should be quite a complete suite of variants, soon enough. Happy Holidays, my friend!

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bealsc

2 months ago

Cool. I'm sure you have some good colors planned, looking forward to it. Happy holidays to you too

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crainium

2 months ago

10 10 the best
Congrats on this one, rtl88! I hope to see it grow in content, good job.

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rtl88

2 months ago

Me too, and it should. Happy Holidays, Roland!

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jozefkuiper142

2 months ago

9 Can I see where icons "brushed-chrome please be found? (it was shown here) Thank you for new theme.

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rtl88

2 months ago

They are not published, at this point. Pleases look for them early next year. They will be part of a suite; though you will be able to keyword them. Thank you, as well.

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accessibilitydoc

2 months ago

10 The slate is a keeper, both of them. Is that one of those medium contrast schemes? I have been hearing a lot of hype about that material stuff. Thank you!!

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rtl88

2 months ago

Thanks, Doc.

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toddr9

2 months ago

10 cool, thanks!

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rtl88

2 months ago

Your welcome; and thank you, too.

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22-02-20: Version 1.3.7 9 hours ago

This update comprehensively improves and beautifies menu function, for GNOME, vis-a-vis ChromeOS-Oceanic, ChromeOS-Dark-Oceanic, and ChromeOS-Oceanic-Ex-Dark-Menus flavor variants. All flavor variants have now been completed vis-a-vis this stage. New, ongoing menu improvements will continue to be universally adopted via upcoming updates. Commit: a9fc791

16-02-20: Version 1.3.6 7 days ago

This update comprehensively improves and beautifies menu function, for GNOME, vis-a-vis ChromeOS-Slate, ChromeOS-Dark-Slate, and ChromeOS-Slate-Ex-Dark-Menus flavor variants. All but three variants have now been completed; as these ongoing menu improvements are being universally adopted by the other remaining variants, via upcoming updates. Commit: e9314a5

07-02-20: Version 1.3.5 15 days ago

This update comprehensively improves and beautifies menu function, for GNOME, vis-a-vis all three UltraViolet flavor variants. With 6 variants now completed (also Deep-Slate, Deep-Oceanic, and Marsala), these ongoing menu improvements are expected to be universally adopted by the other remaining variants, via upcoming updates. Commit: 2c21b24

31-01-20: Version 1.3.4 23 days ago

This update comprehensively improves and beautifies menu function, for GNOME, vis-a-vis all three Marsala variants. With five variants now completed (also Deep-Slate and Deep-Oceanic), these ongoing menu improvements are expected to be universally adopted by the other variants, via upcoming updates. Commit: 0924abf

23-01-20: Version 1.3.3 23 days ago

This update comprehensively improves and beautifies menu function, for GNOME, vis-a-vis the Deep-Slate variant. With two variants now completed, these ongoing menu improvements are expected to be universally adopted by the other variants, via upcoming updates. Commit: 5254614

16-01-20: Version 1.3.2 1 month ago

The ChromeOS-Deep-Oceanic: version 1.3.2 was slightly redesigned, across all platforms, to better align with the contrasts existent in the totality of the other variants. Modifications are notable for Cinnamon, GNOME-Shell, GTK-2.0, GTK-3.0, GTK-Assets, Metacity-1, and xfwm-4. As well, this update comprehensively improves and beautifies menu function, for GNOME, vis-a-vis the Deep-Oceanic variant. These menu improvements are expected to be universally adopted by the other variants, via upcoming updates. Commit: 3ec93c

05-01-20: Version 1.3.1 1 month ago

ChromeOS-Deep-Oceanic and ChromeOS-Deep-Slate are introduced via this update

29-12-19: Version 1.3 1 month ago

ChromeOS-Marsala underwent color modifications to correct a reversal in background/view elements.

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product-maker justin2020 Feb 16 2020 9 excellent
9 excellent
product-maker linuxoed9 Jan 26 2020 10 the best
10 the best
product-maker liamarvidsson-se Jan 25 2020 10 the best
10 the best, this is very authentic, thank you.
product-maker 2ww2 Jan 04 2020 9 excellent
9 excellent. Great, so many variants, I love the fact that it doesn't have too be always in "full black" mode, but you can set a scheme with a better contrast. Plus all color schemes are very well adjusted. There are very few dark themes that aren't too dark for me. This one has some great options that are much more readable that typical black theme.
product-maker 442206 Jan 01 2020 10 the best
10 the best -> at first I wasn't sure, after I finally tried it a much nicer look that didn't look like mac and win
product-maker gracecook Dec 29 2019 10 the best
Wow, this is really nice thanks!
product-maker sengchanh-46 Dec 29 2019 10 the best
10 the best you always best to me ohh! thanks you!!
product-maker brgill Dec 21 2019 9 excellent
Thanks!
product-maker bealsc Dec 19 2019 10 the best
Nice work. I thought about getting a Chromebook as my new computer a while back but decided on a custom built desktop PC instead. Now one can get that ChromeOS look while using one's preferred distro. Much obliged.
product-maker crainium Dec 19 2019 10 the best
10 the best Congrats on this one, rtl88! I hope to see it grow in content, good job.
product-maker jozefkuiper142 Dec 19 2019 9 excellent
Can I see where icons "brushed-chrome please be found? (it was shown here) Thank you for new theme.
product-maker accessibilitydoc Dec 19 2019 10 the best
The slate is a keeper, both of them. Is that one of those medium contrast schemes? I have been hearing a lot of hype about that material stuff. Thank you!!
product-maker toddr9 Dec 19 2019 10 the best
cool, thanks!
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Dec 21 2019
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Dec 19 2019
crainium
Dec 19 2019
accessibilitydoc
Dec 19 2019
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Dec 19 2019
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