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Ambiance Crunchy

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Ambiance Crunchy
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Downloads:  39736
Submitted:  May 28 2012
Updated:  Oct 21 2014

Description:

It's an Ambiance like Theme for Fluxbox, Icewm, Openbox, Lxde, Xfce, Gnome2/Mate & Gnome3 (Unity, Gnome-Shell, Gnome-Classic & Cinnamon). Gtk-3.12 and Cinnamon 2.2 compatible.

The objective is to have it working very well in all that environnements with a choice of 4 flavours.

NEW : Fluxbox Theme fixes + Nautilus in Unity fix + gnome-shell gtk-3.12 & Cinnamon 2.2 tests..

INSTALLATION:
* open a Terminal in the folder where the file 136162-Crunchy-themes.tar.gz is
* and copy/paste this command line (Ubuntu/Debian like distros):
sudo tar -zxvf 136162-Crunchy-themes.tar.gz -C /usr/share


Setting the theme in Gnome
* Unity: install Unity-tweak (13.04 and above) or Ubuntu Tweak (Ubuntu 12.04LTS)
* Gnome-Shell: Gnome-tweak (Advanced settings) must be used and the user theme plugin activated
* Cinnamon: in the control center / themes (not only the Cinnamon one but also for windows and controls one's)

Openbox rounded Buttons
If the display of the buttons is weird, just set the "active window title" font to the right size. Example : Ubuntu (regular) 11.

Gtk engines dependancy
Murrine & Unico are needed by the theme and Pixbuf by LibreOffice. To be sure they are installed:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf gtk3-engines-unico


Customization
The source drawings of the buttons for all window managers are included.




Changelog:

2010: Openbox theme + gtk2 theme later on

2012
* theme rewritten with gtk3 and Xfce/Lxde support
* gnome2/mate compatibility checked
* new Gnome-shell Theme
* new Cinnamon Theme
* flavour orange added

2013
* Openbox theme rewritten
* GTK-3.8 & Cinnamon 2.0 compatibility
* new Fluxbox theme
* new set of buttons for Metacity/Unity and Xfwm4

2014
March: Gtk-3.10 compatibility + fixes for Xubuntu 14.04
April: New Gnome-shell theme + Gtk-3.10 fixes
October: MintMenu fix in Mate + New Icewm Theme + rewriting of the Fluxbox theme
Nautilus fix in Unity, fixes in Fluxbox, work in progress on Metacity, tests under new Ubuntu versions,..




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 Coins supérieurs arrondis/blancs

 
 by Seebyo on: Apr 23 2014
 
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Bonjour,
Bravo pour votre thème, je l'aprécie grandement ! Cependant, j'observe un défaut lorsque j'ouvre une fenêtre de l'explorateur des dossiers. En effet, les deux coins supérieurs de la barre d'adresse sont arrondis/blancs.
Je suis sous Ubuntu 14.04 x64 avec Unity.
Dans l'espoir que ce léger désagrément soit corrigé.
Image: http://img4.hostingpics.net/pics/794582Capturedu20140423030758.png
Merci.


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 Re: Coins supérieurs arrondis/blancs

 
 by Seebyo on: Apr 23 2014
 
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Et j'ai oublié de préciser que le bouton (X) pour fermer la fenêtre est positionné légèrement plus haut que les boutons réduire/agrandir. Je ne sais pas si cela est voulu mais je tenais à le signaler.
Merci et bravo ;)


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 Nautilus bar issue

 
 by viii on: May 6 2014
 
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http://imgur.com/w0HAbQe

Just want to start off by saying I really like this theme. The only thing that bugs me about it is in the picture; the bar in Nautilus (I don't know what it's actually called) has rounded top corners and a gradient which doesn't fit. Hopefully you could get this fixed because I love everything else. I'm using Ubuntu 14.04


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 Re: Nautilus bar issue

 
 by frombenny on: May 6 2014
 
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I know it but didn't find a way to fix it yet. I'm on hollidays for now. The only work around is to install Nemo. I need the rounded corners in GNOME-SHELL. GNOME made some changes in Nautilus. I haven't understand how to code the theme for it.


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 Re: Re: Nautilus bar issue

 
 by Ravefinity on: May 6 2014
 
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This is a weird issue I am having it too with my themes Ambiance Colors, The funny thing is if you copy the original Ambiance theme and rename it making no modifications it will happen too. Meaning we didn't break anything it's not our fault. It appears to be a bug in Ubuntu or Nautilus (They ship a custom forked build of it now) Any theme that is not stock Ambiance appears to have this issue, except for 1 or 2 some other custom themes. I am trying to articulate a bug report but I fear they won't care. I am looking for a workaround I will share if I find one. So far the solid answer is to use Nemo.


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 Great work as always!

 
 by Ravefinity on: Oct 3 2014
 
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Awesome work as always, Always glad to see you back with a new version :)


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 Re: Great work as always!

 
 by frombenny on: Oct 4 2014
 
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Thanks.

Glad to have seen you back with a huge work on your themes since april!

And thanks for your answer (that saved me a lot of time) for the nautilus behaviour since Gnome choosed to incorporate the window manager buttons in it. In Unity, it's impossible to make a choice between the gnome-toolbar code and the one when a window decorator is present..


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 Re: Re: Great work as always!

 
 by Ravefinity on: Oct 11 2014
 
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Thanks Benoit, I actually just came across a fix for the nautilus gap issue yesterday after many hours and days and weeks of torment (I worked like crazy to push it out to users right after discovering it)

Basically Open the GTK3 gtk-widgets.css and goto line 1938 under primary-toolbar and add "border-radius: 0;" right under "border-width"

Have a good one.


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