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Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  91512
Submitted:  Dec 31 2011
Updated:  Apr 22 2016

Description:

Ambiance & Radiance Colors Suite An enhanced version of the Ubuntu Themes in 13 Amazing New Colors With many other new features. Works On Ubuntu, Mint, Arch, Debian Or Any Distro. Now Featuring Gnome Shell Support in the 15.x and later versions!

March-April 2016. We have pushed a big/new update that adds: Full support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS & Mint 18 And Fixes a issue with Mate & Compiz Window Border and CSD not working.

Please Note: A user (One person, multiple accounts) has voted our two themes down to a very low percent because they where upset with us... We have since forgiven them but if you like this theme please give it a like so we can get back to 75% ? Thanks

New Update for 16.04 LTS! Full support for GTK 3.16 & 3.18 Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Debian 8, Linux Mint Debian 2, Arch, OpenSuse and more! GnomeShell support in 15.04 and later builds.Fully Supports 16.04 LTS & 14.04 LTS

Full and tested support for most of the popular GTK desktops Including:
Unity, Cinnamon, MATE, XFCE, LXDE, OpenBox, Gnome Classic & Fallback. Gnome Shell is now supported in 15.04 and later builds... GTK 3.14+

"ZRAVE" Beautiful Symboless Window Buttons are back! for 15.04+ users! (Symboless Works on all desktops expect for GnomeShell) Just select Ambiance-ZRAVE-ColorYouWant Or Radiance-ZRAVE-ColorYouWant

This Theme Supports Most GTK 2/3 Desktops:
Including full and tested support for: Unity, Cinnamon, Gnome Classic, Gnome 2 (Mate), XFCE ,LXDE & Openbox desktops. Gnome Shell is now fully supported in 15.04 version and newer.

Features:

This Theme Fully Supports:
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS ,15.10, 15.04, 14.10 & 14.04 LTS. Linux Mint 18, 17. Linux Mint Debian 3 & 2, Debian 8 And Linux Or BSD Distros With GTK Versions 3.10, 3.12, 3.14, 3.16, 3.18+ Just be sure to select the correct version when downloading or use the PPA or AUR. If on Mint Ubuntu or Arch.

We try go above and beyond to make this theme work on most desktops. We already support many. Alot more then most. This takes us a bit longer but we feel it is worth it.

We have just added Full Gnome Shell Support in the 15.04 version and newer.

New Unified Window Borders, Menus, and tool-bars for all desktops. (With Almost Unified on OpenBox and LXDE)

Fixes a issue where XFCE Window borders would not display properly on Fedora, Arch and OpenSUSE or any non Debian Distro.

Other Fixes and enhancements for XFCE Users & MATE Users

Full support for Nemo File Manager & The Cinnamon Desktop.Completely integrated support.

Dark sidebar for Nautilus/Files & Nemo.

2 New (Optional) Window Border Themes Available for Mate and XFCE with Classic Big Window Borders For easier resizing. 4PX wide as apposed to 1PX. This is for use on MATE and XFCE without Compiz if you have issues with the window border resize area being too small. A issue that was introduced with all new themes with "Borderless" Window Themes.

Other under the hood fixes and enhancements.

Check out Vivacious Colors Icon Theme (Our brand new icon theme.)
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Vivacious+Colors?content=170323

Or Check out Vibrancy Colors Icon Theme (Shown in screen-shots)
http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Vibrancy+Colors?content=167771

Or Check Out Vibrantly Simple Icons Built to be more like the stock Ubuntu Icon theme but with new folders/colors:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Vibrantly+Simple?content=167864

Features at a glance:

- Comes in 13 Vivid New Colors,
Colors include: Red, Orange (Different from Ubuntu orange), Yellow , Green , Blue, Blue Spring, Purple, Graphite(Grey), Pink, Brown. Aqua, Teal and Manila.

Includes both: Ambiance & Radiance GTK2&3 Widget and Window border themes.

* Installs as separate theme from the main Ambiance/Radiance.

This Theme is NOT by the Original Ambiance/Radiance Authors but fallows it very closely for the most part.

Brought to you by:

RAVEfinty, Jared Sot.
Lead developer and designer.

With HUGE Contributions by:
Dr. Amr O , Benoit T, Umair R

Based On Work (GPL) By:

Kenneth Wimer, James Schriver, Andrea Cimitan ,Canonicol LTD,David Barr ,P0ng

Brought to you by RAVEfinity! An Open Source Design Project! If you like this theme, Check out our other work or just support us by visiting:http://www.ravefinity.com/




Changelog:

Need Help Installing Or Using This Theme?
Read The Easy Howto Guide. And Other Theme Related Help At Our Website's Help Section: http://www.ravefinity.com/p/help-faq.html

Needed Theme engines:
(All engines but pixmap should be already installed on Ubuntu and Mint)

1.) "Murrine" gtk2 theme engine version 0.98+

2.) "Unico" Theme Engine.

3.) NEEDED FOR XFCE & LXDE Version
"Pixmap Theme Engine"
Package name: "gtk2-engines-pixbuf"

Can be found in the REPOS Install VIA:
sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-pixbuf

Ubuntu,Mint or Debian: In a ".Deb" Package or Via Our Official PPA.

Any Distribution in a generic theme tar.gz

Instructions for Installing this theme from the Official RAVEfinity PPA can now be found on the download page!

Theme is now available in Debs Packages and in our PPA! Thanks to Andrew & Umair.

If You Like The Theme Please Consider Spreading the word/link to our site. Not just the PPA Install Instructions... ravefinity.com - Thanks




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  Caja window tab - font not visible in Icon mode

 
 by PGG on: Dec 14 2014
 
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Upgrade from Mint 17 Mate to Mint 17.1 Mate all OK, except...

For the Window Appearance I use [RAVEfinity] "Ambiance-Orange" with Ubuntu font to get back to the Ubuntu 10.04 look.

Now, in Caja, opening initial file manager window view OK, but when opening a new tab, default displaying as Icon mode, the caption font is not visible, greyed out, or only the faint shadow emphasis. Changing to list mode the font is perfectly OK, in Compact view the font again is not visible. All subsequent tabs opened exhibit the same behaviour. Only in Caja file manager, all other applications OK.

There is some disscussion on the Mint Forum: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=206&t=184732


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 Re: Caja window tab - font not visible in Icon m

 
 by Ravefinity on: Dec 28 2014
 
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Thanks for your comment and report on this. I will look into getting this fixed, Not sure why this broke for you on a small update to 17.1. Gonna do my best.

Small workaround: Try dragging a background color into caja under backround preferences.


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 Ubuntu MATE context menu appearance

 
 by Denni on: May 22 2015
 
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Some context menus don't have solid background color. For example, you can see it clicking on trash icon on the panel(not desktop). I hope I'm not alone with this problem. Please, fix it.


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 Re: Ubuntu MATE context menu appearance

 
 by Denni on: May 22 2015
 
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http://i58.tinypic.com/2cnhao2.jpg


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 Re: Re: Ubuntu MATE context menu appearance

 
 by Ravefinity on: May 29 2015
 
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Thanks for your comment on this.

Unfortunately this is a long running issue that appeared a few years ago in stock ambiance. It has something to do with MATE (And Gnome 2 back in the day) Using the panel background instead of a menu background for those menus. I can check what can be done again but If I recall changing it made part of the panel a solid color and not use a panel image. But things may have changed and I might be able to find a way to fix I will see what can be done about it.

One other thing of note is this is not a issue on Ambiance & Radiance Flat because it does not use a panel image just a solid color.


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 A bug in Mint 17.2 Cinnamon

 
 by rust313 on: Aug 3 2015
 
Score 63%

Thanks for all the great work!

There's just one thing I came across - when I apply any Ambiance/Radiance Colors or Ambiance Blackout Colors theme (specifically, in the Controls section, pic 1), and select an item on the Desktop, its icon turns completely black (making it invisible on a dark background) and there's no shading around the text (2, 3). As usual, it's a bit lighter with right-click, but still too dark (4). Other themes remain unaffected (5, 6).
Apparently, it's a bug only in Mint 17.2 Cinnamon (either upgraded or freshly installed). Not in 17.1 or 17. Not in Mate, for example. Also, only on the Desktop, not inside a file manager (7, 8), and with any icon theme (default or custom) applied.

The pics:
1 - http://i.imgur.com/w2gRFm5.png
2 - http://i.imgur.com/mKqJgTx.png
3 - http://i.imgur.com/hhM1NU1.png
4 - http://i.imgur.com/ME10aGC.png
5 - http://i.imgur.com/aiqCyxz.png
6 - http://i.imgur.com/p7qFXsZ.png
7 - http://i.imgur.com/uEOeXLi.png
8 - http://i.imgur.com/Ws9xijF.png

Other than that, it works awesome.


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 Re: A bug in Mint 17.2 Cinnamon

 
 by Ravefinity on: Aug 20 2015
 
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Thanks for letting me know about this. 17.2 is supported by our the 14.04.8 branch. Its nearly 1 year old GTK code now so I figured they would leave it alone but I guess they are trying to add new stuff or change how nemo works. I am gonna have to backtrack to fix this. The issue is I don't want it to break other desktops since Mint and Cinnamon are the only ones who changed this it may pose issues to other desktops if I change what needs to be changed.

But I will test and do my best to get a fix out very soon. Thanks for the heads up.


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 Re: Re: A bug in Mint 17.2 Cinnamon

 
 by Ravefinity on: Aug 25 2015
 
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Ok I spoke with the Mint guys and they where super helpful. I found the fix and it was super trivial it's bassily Cinnamon expects the selected color to be defined as "theme_selected_bg_color" but some themes define it as "selected_bg_color" They may fix this in a later Cinnamon update but in the mean time we can fix it on our end. Hope to do that soon. Thanks again I was running LMDE so I did not come across this.


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 Re: Re: Re: A bug in Mint 17.2 Cinnamon

 
 by rust313 on: Aug 26 2015
 
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Thanks! It works awesome. I'm glad it wasn't a more complicated issue.
If you could just update the Ambiance Blackout Colors Suite too, that would be perfect.

Cheers!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: A bug in Mint 17.2 Cinnamon

 
 by Ravefinity on: Aug 27 2015
 
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We are glad as well :) Just sent out a fix/update for Ambiance Colors 14.04.8, Now Working to send out one for Flat and blackout suites. Thanks.

Edit- Fix is out for all versions. Thanks again for letting me know.


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 scss in ambiance 3.18?

 
 by bluedxca93 on: Jan 27 2016
 
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hi,
your port of ambiance is great, in fact the original one is so bug intensive,your versions should be default.

am just wondering if every gtk3 theme has to be ported to scss?.

It only makes sense if a theme has heavily backdrop support (to keep code at half of total size) and a very similar look for every element that is defined in the same way.
on ambiance i don't know if its worth the effort porting it (think no, cause of its not really repeating source code structure).

on the other hand, adwaita has scss ?compiled? to css.

regards
bluedxca93


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 Re: scss in ambiance 3.18?

 
 by Ravefinity on: Jan 28 2016
 
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Ya know. I am not 100% sure whats going on with that. Its not going to be a simple thing to do. Its highly unlikely I will be doing that for the Non-Flat color version as I simply dont have the time and this theme is a lot more complicated then the flat one. I am considering it for a new theme I am re-writing.

I dont know if the Ubuntu Team will be doing that in 3.18 the theme seems a litte neglected at this point in time. And I guess it is understandable as there re-writing Unity in QT. But I think they still need a gtk theme. Ambiance is in pretty ruff shape (The GTK 3 half) I have tried to fix things up and even send them back but no one really seems to care right now.

At this point in time however SCSS is not required on GTK 3.18 it will work with both. I dont know if and when they they make it mandatory. There really isnt much info that I can find on it. I get the proposed benefits of being more efficient and better? But ~700 kb for a CSS theme is not that bad in my opinion and they run pretty fast and fine... have for years.

Not sure. but SCSS may make themeing out of reach for some. Quite of few theme people I know are not going for it and are making a exit from the scene but they are tired and burned out anyway I think.

Sigh I dont know.


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 Theme style

 
 by Orenaudot on: Apr 6 2016
 
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I like this theme style ! Very great !


Passionnée par la voyance gratuite immédiate ( http://voyance-gratuite-immediate.net ), je mintéresse sur tout ce qui concerne à lésotérisme.
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 Re: Theme style

 
 by Ravefinity on: Apr 18 2016
 
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Thank you for the support. enjoy :)


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 Window border

 
 by outerside on: Jun 1 2016
 
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Hey, I just have a few questions (I guess the answers apply to any Ambiance suite?). I'm on Mint 17.x series, Cinnamon.
I want to edit a theme (considering the existing number of themes in every suite, making a feature request would be ridiculous :D) in a few ways. The problem is, I don't know anything about coding :D

I want to make the window titles appear at the center, instead of the left corner. Somehow, I figured out that I need to edit metacity-theme-1.xml in the metacity-1 folder; specifically, the values of x under <draw_ops name="draw_title_text_normal"> (line 54) and <draw_ops name="draw_title_text_unfocused"> (line 62).
After a lot of trial and error, I've found something that finally works the way it should (other solutions sort of worked, but the titles were always a bit offset, usually to the left; it's the case even in built-in themes - it seems only Adwaita and Mint-X have perfectly centered titles). I've copied "(0 `max` ((frame_x_center - title_width / 2) `min` (width - title_width)))" from Mint-X's metacity-theme-3.xml (below line 209). Is this ok? Is there anything else I should change (for any reason)? It looks fine, behaves normally. Just asking.

Also, I'd like to trim down the window border a bit. If I'm not wrong, in Ambiance it's 30px thick. I'd like it a bit thinner, kind of like in Mint-X, where it's like 26px, I think. How do I do that, without ruining anything (like the y axis of the window title and buttons, the gradient, etc.)?

Sorry for all of this nitpicking.

Cheers


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